St Augustine’s Centre is looking for an Advice Drop In Manager, 30 hours per week

Are you looking for a fresh managerial challenge in a great team? Experienced in giving advice and supporting others? Compassionate about those fleeing war and persecution? Resilient in setting clear boundaries for yourself and others? Read on…  

This is a new role, created to add capacity and support within the wider Support Team.  We are looking for someone to take on the leadership of our Advice Drop Ins, co-run by staff from the Support Team and Casework volunteers.

This is a chance to work with a fantastic staff team and wider community of people. We will provide on the job support, additional external training as required and free hot lunches!   

You’ll be line managed by Maeve, our temporary Head of Support until Becky is back from her 6-month Sabbatical in March ’23. 

Key information about the job 

  • 1 year fixed term contract, very likely to become 2 years (plus) subject to funding.  
  • £21,978 per annum for the 4 day a week role (with a pay rise in April ’23), which equivalent to a full-time salary of £27,472. That’s £14.05 per hour rising to approximately £14.40 per hour in April.  
  • 30 hours a week to start in September ’22  
  • 3 month probationary period 
  • 7 weeks holiday per annum (including bank holidays) 
  • Flexi-time system  
  • Access to clinical supervision or counselling as required 


Take a good look at the full Job Description and Person Specification here. 

How to apply:

Please write us a letter of application, setting out on no more than 3 sides of A4 the following: 

  1. Why you want to work with the St Augustine’s team 
  2. What you bring to the role  
  3. How your experience, knowledge and skills fit the role and person specification 
  4. Two referees  

Submit your letter, along with your CV to us via email: by 5pm Monday 8th August ‘22.    

You will be notified if you have been shortlisted for an interview by 5pm Wednesday 10th August.   Interviews will take place in person on the afternoon of Tuesday 16th  August.  


Becky Hellewell, Head of Support and Immigration 07743 045625 or by email: