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Job Ad: OISC Level 2 Immigration Caseworker or Solicitor


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£33,000 – £36,000 (pro-rata) depending on qualifications + 6% pension

Pay grades: OISC level 2 – £33k, OISC level 3/solicitor – £36k

Contract: Permanent, 35 hours/week (applications from those seeking part-time working will be considered)

LRMN is looking for enthusiastic and passionate immigration advisors accredited to OISC Level 2 or above to join a dedicated and expanding team.  We work on a mix of grant funded projects for migrants unable to afford private representation supplemented by Legal Aid work for more complex cases and appeals, providing opportunities to work within a supportive environment and to develop your areas of expertise.  Awareness of issues and barriers faced by refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants in accessing appropriate services is important and experience of working in the voluntary sector is desirable.  You should be highly motivated and able to work alone and as part of a team.

IAAS accreditation and experience of Legal Aid is an advantage.

LRMN is an equal opportunity employer and committed to safeguarding and fulfilling its duty of care to people working and volunteering in the organisation and to those we come into contact with.

We are currently working in a hybrid model. You would be expected to work two days from our office in Deptford.

We offer our valued staff the following:

  • 26 annual leave days entitlement (pro-rata) plus bank holidays
  • additional days off between Christmas and New Year (normally 3 days)
  • well-being support including access to clinical supervision, Employee Assistance Programme and massages
  • hybrid working and core hours
  • access to courses and training materials for professional development

To apply, please find the job description, person specification and online application form on our website.

The successful candidate will be required to complete an Enhanced DBS check.

We reserve the right to shortlist and interview before the closing date for exceptional candidates.

Closing date: 9am 2nd April 2024

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