Naval Families Federation – Immigration Adviser

Are you a team player looking to apply your expertise and help Royal Navy and Royal Marines families navigate the visa and immigration process? Join the Naval Families Federation as an Immigration Adviser to support serving personnel and their families with the complexities of immigration and visa process. You will work alongside our current OISC Level 1 qualified Immigration Adviser to provide effective support and guidance to Commonwealth and Non-UK families.

The successful candidate will ideally be a qualified OISC Level 1 Immigration Adviser, with a full understanding of the Armed Forces Appendix of the Home Office Immigration Rules. Training can be provided for the right candidate.

To view the Terms Of Reference, click here

Location: Hybrid – HMS Excellent – Portsmouth/Remote (South East Region)

Contract: Fixed Term – 3-year contract

Part -Time: 26 hours per week worked flexibly between our core hours – 0900 – 1700 Monday –Thursday 0900 – 1300 – Friday.

Annual Leave: 30 days paid leave pro rata and an additional 3 days for Christmas closure.

Reports to: Director of Operations

Salary and additional benefits: £26,500 pro rata (£19,139pa) includes pension contribution of 5% after 3-months employment. Free on-site secure parking when working from Portsmouth office.

This role is subject to a successful DBS check and UK Security Vetting Clearance

Watch our short video about the Naval Families Federation here

Closing date for applications: Midday on Friday 24 February

Interview date: Thursday 2nd March @ HMS Excellent, Portsmouth, PO2 8ER

We will not accept applications submitted via NFF social media channels.

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If you would like further information about the role, hybrid or flexible working hours please contact Nicola Thompson, Director of Operations on 023 9265 4374

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