Do you want to play a role in tackling the evil of modern slavery and supporting victims regain control of their lives?
If so, you can do this by becoming a Chair of one of the Government’s independent multi-agency assurance panels, which form a key part of the Government’s programme of work to improve the way we identify and support victims of modern slavery. The panels will review decisions on victims’ status to ensure fairness and consistency in the decision-making process.
As a Chair, you will have key responsibility for:
- Chairing the panel and achieving a consensus among panel members in its review of modern slavery decisions and;
- Recording and reporting back the decisions made by the panel, highlighting significant discussion points to inform the continued development of the process.
We are seeking candidates with experience of working in a multi-disciplinary environment, excellent communication, interpersonal and influencing skills, as well as an ability to analyse complex information to identify key issues and make effective decisions. Given the nature of the role, we are ideally looking for candidates who understand vulnerabilities, including modern slavery, but who are not currently employed by a statutory agency or linked to a modern slavery related non-governmental organisation.
This will be an 18 Month fixed term appointment with the possibility of extension. No existing knowledge of the decision-making process is required as successful candidates will be provided with training on appointment.
- National Referral Mechanism Independent Multi-Agency Assurance Panel Chairs
- Location: National
- Number of roles: Up to 10
- Time commitment: Expected 30 days per annum
- Remuneration: £300 per day
For further information and details of how to apply, please click here:
The closing date for applications is midnight Sunday, 14 October 2018.
We encourage a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all suitably qualified people.