Job Vacancy: Coordinator for Basic Integration Support Services

Call for applications for the post of

Coordinator for Basic Integration Support Services

JRS Malta is seeking to recruit a full time COORDINATOR FOR BASIC INTEGRATION SUPPORT SERVICES to work with forced migrants and asylum seekers.

Terms and conditions

The selected candidate will be offered a one year definite contract, with the possibility of renewal. Salary offered will be commensurate to experience.


Applicants must:

  • Hold a recognised degree be in possession of a degree equivalent to Level 6 of the Malta Qualifications Framework.
  • Have an excellent command of written and spoken English.
  • Possess extensive organisational and communication skills.
  • Be able to work independently and on their own initiative within a fast-paced environment.
  • Possess a driving license, and preferably have their own means of transportation.

The following will be considered an asset:

  • Knowledge of other relevant languages, such as French and Arabic.
  • Previous experience working in the refugee/humanitarian field.
  • Driving licence and own transport.

Job description

The selected candidate will be expected to work as part of the JRS Malta Team which is a multidisciplinary team of professionals from different academic backgrounds.

The Coordinator (Basic Integration Support Services) will be responsible for:

  • Coordinating and implementing the JRS basic integration support services, i.e. support to access employment and basic services, the bus card service, info about language classes, banking services, etc;
  • Coordinating the JRS language classes;
  • Recruiting, training and mentoring volunteers for the service, in collaboration with other members of the JRS team;
  • Working with other organisations providing basic integration support services to move towards a more coordinated and consistent services;
  • Organising/Conducting info sessions for asylum seekers and beneficiaries of protection on employment-related issues;
  • Conducting basic needs assessment, in collaboration with the Team Coordinator, to determine if clients should be referred for in-depth support;
  • Any other tasks that may be necessary.


Application and selection process

Applicants are to submit a letter of application by email addressed to, together with a recent police conduct certificate and detailed Curriculum Vitae, and the names and contact details of two referees by not later than 19th March 2021.

Should there be difficulty in obtaining a recent police conduct certificate due to Covid-19 restrictions, this may be supplied at a later date.

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