ASAP Asylum Support Appeals Project


Jobs & Volunteering


All ASAP vacancies are posted here. Please see below for information about current recruitment. We are not currently recruiting.

Project Co-ordinator – Webinars 

Length of contract: 6 months contract for 10.5 hours per week (working days negotiable, could be completed in 4 or 5 months for the same total amount of hours)

Salary: £33,218 pro rata’d

Leave: 30 days pro rata’d

Location: Either in our East London offices or working from home with at least one day each month in our East London offices 

ASAP has an exciting new temporary post of Project Co-ordinator – Webinars. We are looking for someone to assist in developing a new internet-based training delivery model which enables us to skill up our second-tier user organisations in the area of asylum support. We want to assist advisors to challenge unlawful asylum support decisions and prevent asylum destitution.

For more information and an application pack click on this link - ASAP – Project Co-ordinator Webinars – Application pack March 2015

The closing date for applications is 6th April 2015

Interviews will take place the week of the 20th April 2015

Please email completed applications to with the header PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL or post them marked “private and confidential” to Hazel Williams, Director, ASAP, Ground Floor, Anchorage House, 2 Clove Crescent,  East India Docks, London E14 2BE.

 If you would like to have an informal conversation about the post, please contact Hazel on 020 3716 0284 (ex 208)


Duty Scheme Volunteering

Please note that duty scheme volunteer opportunities are not suitable for students.

Solicitors: Solicitors are recruited on an annual basis to participate in our duty scheme for free legal representation at the Asylum Support Tribunal through agreements between ASAP and law firms. If you would like to discuss the possibility of your firm joining our scheme please contact us and choose “volunteering/duty scheme.”

Barristers: ASAP recruits barristers on an annual basis who can help us with our Duty Scheme at the First-tier Tribunal (Asylum Support), London. The Duty Scheme provides free legal representation for asylum seekers who are otherwise unrepresented during their asylum support appeal hearings. If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting volunteering opportunity, please send an email to and and put “FAO Duty Scheme Coordinator” in the subject line. You need to have your own insurance and court/tribunal advocacy experience.

Office volunteering / internship

ASAP advertises occasional opportunities for office volunteering and a paid Office Intern on this page.

We are not recruiting at the moment.