Date Added: 18 October 2019
: 15 November 2019
Job Title: Director
Working For: The RAMP (Resettlement, Asylum & Migration Policy) Project
Salary: Starting salary circa £40k depending on experience
The RAMP (Resettlement, Asylum and Migration Policy) project is a cross-party initiative which seeks to reimagine a world-class ethical migration system for a successful and integrated Britain. A system which works for all of us: for communities, for businesses and for migrants.
Started in January 2018, RAMP achieves this by:
- Seconding high-quality researchers and advisers to a range of politicians, both within parliament and across our cities, so that they can think more deeply and collaborate more widely on migration and integration issues.
- Bringing together leaders from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives to work together on policies and programmes that can command support across the spectrum of public opinion.
- Providing secretariat support for the APPG on Migration
Advisers are currently working with Kate Green MP, Tim Farron MP, Steve Double MP, the Bishop of Durham Paul Butler, and the Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees (RAMP Principals).
The project has been developed and incubated by the Good Faith Partnership, a social consultancy that exists to solve difficult problems by bringing together surprisingly different people. From early 2020 the RAMP Project will be spun out as a separate organisation to better enable the next phase of the its development. The new RAMP Director will lead the project and new organisation, representing an exciting opportunity for someone to shape and grow this work.
For more details please see https://rampproject.org/jobs.html
Closing Date: 15 November 2019
Interviews in late November/early December. Start date as early as possible in 2020.
Please send applications by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on the closing date, and use ‘RAMP Director’ in the email subject line.