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Director, Responsibility for Finance and Operations (Bristol)

Full Time - 40 hours per week
£50,208 - £53,453

Deadline for applications is Thursday, 15th June 2017 at 17:00.

Unseen is an award winning, fast moving, dynamic and growing organisation that works directly with survivors of trafficking and modern slavery. We are recruiting a new member of our Senior Leadership Team to take on the role of Director with responsibility for Finance and Operations. This position entails the oversight of all operational functions of Unseen including Finance, Fundraising, Administration, IT and Human Resource.

We are seeking a fully qualified accountant and experienced individual, confident in a position of leadership and sensitive to promoting ‘friendly efficiency’ within our expanding organisation. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate excellence in influencing, leading and managing change, and in inspiring others.

The role will guide and monitor the overall workflow of the organisation to ensure we are both flexible to emerging situations and disciplined in our application of finances and resources. Reporting to the CEO, the Board of Trustees, and working alongside members of the Senior Leadership Team, this role requires providing timely and relevant information in order to inform decision-making, measure performance, and facilitate the delivery of the organisation's strategic goals.

The candidate will have held a previous role as a Finance Director, Operations Manager or Managing director, and have experience in overseeing a range of disciplinary teams. Professional accountancy qualifications (CIMA, ACMA, ACA, ACCA) are essential. The role also requires a rare mix of charity sector and commercial, technical and ICT skills; with a strong grasp of a range of software (including SAGE). Additionally, the candidate will be able to deliver on the role and requirements of Company Secretary; including an understanding of charity compliance.

Please look at the Person Specification in the below Job Description and submit your application based on the requirements outlined for the person/role.

Director, Finance and Operations Job Description

Deadline for applications is Thursday, 15th June at 5pm.

Successful applicants shall be invited to a first interview on Monday 26th June.

Unseen is an equal opportunities employer. The application form and equal opportunities form can be downloaded from the links at the bottom of the page. Once completed please return all forms to jobs@unseenuk.org. You are requested to also submit a cover letter. CV’s are not accepted.

Any queries, please email jobs@unseenuk.org


Training Coordinator, Temporary - 24 months (Bristol)

Part Time - 22.5 hours per week
£16,488 per annum

Deadline for applications is Tuesday 20th June 2017 at 17:00.

Unseen is a fast moving, dynamic and growing organisation that works directly with survivors of trafficking and modern day slavery. Based in Bristol, but expanding operations across the South West, we are recruiting an experienced Training Coordinator to take operational and administrative responsibility for the delivery and development of Unseen’s training for stakeholders. The Training Coordinator will be based at Unseen’s head office in central Bristol but will be required to travel regularly to carry out the role, particularly to Unseen’s office in Biggleswade.

Working with the Senior Leadership Team and the Office and Support Manager, the Coordinator will maintain existing training packages and resources, and help to develop new training packages and materials to meet requirements and demands of current and potential clients. The role holder will be expected to build and coordinate a team of trainers to deliver our training packages as well as deliver training packages to a variety of clients including businesses, statutory agencies, NGOs and community groups.

Please look at the Person Specification in the below Job Description and submit your application based on the requirements outlined for the person/role.

Training Coordinator Job Description

Deadline for applications is Tuesday 20th June at 5pm.

Successful applicants shall be invited to a first interview on Wednesday 28th June.

Unseen is an equal opportunities employer. The application form and equal opportunities form can be downloaded from the links at the bottom of the page. Once completed please return all forms to jobs@unseenuk.org. You are requested to also submit a cover letter. CV’s are not accepted.

Any queries, please email jobs@unseenuk.org



Senior Support Worker - Men's Safe-house (North Somerset)

Full Time - 37.5 hours per week, including on-call, evenings/weekend/sleep-in shifts.
£20,704 (starting salary)

Deadline for applications is 24th May 2017 at 17:00.

Unseen is a fast moving, dynamic and growing organisation that works directly with survivors of trafficking and modern day slavery. Based in Bristol, but expanding operations across the South West, we are recruiting an experienced Senior Support Worker for our men's safe-house to assist with the delivery of services, with a focus on engaging with the men, coordinating their support and helping them to access the services that they need.

This is a relatively new project, which opened its doors in June 2016. This project is based in North Somerset.

Experience of managing your own caseload in a social care or residential setting is essential. Experience of supporting vulnerable clients with complex needs including drug and alcohol issues and / or of working with victims of human trafficking is preferred.

You will join a small, friendly and committed team as we run 24/7 safe supported accommodation for men who have experienced trafficking and exploitation and may have health / social / emotional / physical / trauma based support needs. Full and on-going training and external supervision is provided.

The post-holder will be placed on a shift pattern including 8am to 4pm, 3pm to 9.30 pm and 9pm to 8.30am (Sleep-in shift), with participation in the on-call rota. This is a full-time role and you will be expected to work on average 37.5 hours per week.

Please look at the Person Specification in the below Job Description and submit your application based on the requirements outlined for the person/role.

Senior Support Worker Job Description

Deadline for applications is Wednesday 24th May at 5pm.

The role will be based in a male safe house but we accept applications from all interested parties regardless of sex or gender. Unseen is an equal opportunities employer.

The application form and equal opportunities form can be downloaded from the links at the bottom of the page. Once completed please return all forms to jobs@unseenuk.org. You are requested to also submit a cover letter. CV’s are not accepted.

Any queries, please email jobs@unseenuk.org


Volunteer One Year Live-In House Parents (North Somerset)

1 Year Placement
Living package, including board & lodgings, will be paid.

Deadline for applications is 5th June 2017 at 17:00.

Do you want to change lives? Ready to seize a once in a lifetime opportunity?

Hundreds of children every year are trafficked into and around the UK. Boys and girls who should be at school, are subjected to horrendous treatment, are exploited and are often all alone.

Unseen, the UK’s leading anti-slavery charity, is committed to putting an end to trafficking. We want to get every single young person to a place where they are safe and cared for.

To do this, Unseen is launching our first ever safe accommodation project for young people who have been trafficked, and we are looking for an extraordinary team to join us as we do this.

We are looking for couple to join us as volunteer live-in House Parents and to provide a homely, supportive and safe home for up to three trafficked young people (16+). You will work alongside a multi-disciplinary Unseen staff team to ensure loving and caring environment is developed and delivered.

The project is based in North Somerset. All positions advertised are voluntary and the full-time house parent role would be a one year placement for a couple. Basic living package, including board and lodgings, will be paid. Please read the House Parent Information Pack, Further Information document and FAQs for further information. Do contact us if you have any more questions about these roles.

We are also looking for volunteers to be reserve House Parents and House Aunty and Uncles to cover support the young people when the House Parents are away or having time off, again please read the supporting documentation if you are interested in applying for these voluntary positions, a minimum of one year’s commitment is required for all volunteer posts.

Further information about the House Parent roles, the CHIPS project and answers to some FAQs can be accessed via the links below.

Information Pack for House Parents May 2017

FAQs CHIPS

Further Information Pack about CHIPS May 2017

Deadline for applications is 5th June 2017. We hope to interview candidates on 12th June 2017.

If successful, it is anticipated that you will need to be available to start from August 2017 (subject to satisfactory references, DBS check and completion of induction).

Please see the application form and equal opportunities form below. Once completed, please return all forms to jobs@unseenuk.org. You are requested to also submit a cover letter; CV’s are not accepted.

Volunteer HP Application Form

Equal Opportunites Form

Any queries, please email jobs@unseenuk.org.


Modern Slavery Helpline Supervisor (Biggleswade)

Full Time - 40 hours per week
£23,672 - £25,962 (depending on experience)

Recruitment for this position is ongoing and interviews will be held to suit the applicant.

We are recruiting an experienced leader to support the development and running of our new UK-wide Modern Slavery Helpline and resource centre, based in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.

Experience of leadership, critical thinking, prioritising and managing risk and excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. Experience of working in the field of modern slavery or a related field within civil society, local government, healthcare or law enforcement or the ability to speak a second language are highly desirable.

You will be required to join a small, friendly and committed team as we build and establish a UK-wide helpline and resource centre to assist modern slavery victims and those who may come into contact with potential victims. Full and on-going training and supervision is provided.

You will be required to work weekends, bank holidays and evenings to provide 24/7, 365-day support to Helpline Advisers on a rota basis, including as part of an on-call rota. Due to the nature of the role we are looking for a full-time candidate.

Recruitment for this position is ongoing and we are looking for people to start as soon as possible (subject to satisfactory references and DBS check if required and completion of induction).

Please click on the link below for the full job description:

Helpline Supervisor Job Description

The application form and equal opportunities form can be downloaded from the links at the bottom of the page. Once completed please return all forms to jobs@unseenuk.org. You are requested to also submit a cover letter. CV’s are not accepted.

Any queries, please email jobs@unseenuk.org