Nottingham Arimathea Trust is a small housing charity based in Nottingham that provides accommodation for destitute asylum seekers, newly recognised refugees and victims of modern slavery and trafficking. It was set up in 2007 to meet an overwhelming need to house asylum seekers whose cases had been refused and was initially set up by the C of E Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham who allocated a house to the Trust from their surplus stock. Now the Trust has 20 houses and houses over 70 residents.
The Trust is seeking applications for the role of Director (closing date for applications 14th February). The role of the Director will be to oversee all operational aspects of the Trust to its clients as well as the development and expansion of current services and the development of new services that will benefit their clients.
Full details of the post and application form can be found here