Potential employees working at a controversial refugee center set to be located in a village of just 700 residents in the UK have been told they should prepare to deal with violent situations, anti-social behavior and “death”.
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As we previously highlighted, despite indicating it may back down on the scheme, the government is already hiring staff to work at the facility in Linton-on-Ouse, a small village in northern England.
Despite the fact that the village has just one shop and only 700 permanent residents, 1500 asylum seekers, the vast majority young men, are set to be housed at the facility, a former RAF base.
Locals thought they had defeated the plan after staging vociferous protests, but last week it was revealed that the government had already begun hiring staff to work at the site.
According to MP Kevin Hollinrake, recruitment has already begun for 300-400 employees to staff the center and “facilities are also being moved onto the site.”
A job advert that was posted by Serco, the outsourcing company used by the government, warned potential recruits of what they would have to deal with.
This included, “Urgent medical needs, suicide risks, domestic violence situations, violence and anti-social behaviour, death, and child safeguarding needs.”