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Job Ad: South West London Law Centres are recruiting for 3 x Immigration Solicitor/Caseworkers


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South West London Law Centres are recruiting (3 x Immigration Solicitor/Caseworker positions)

Salary up to £36,377 per annum depending on experience.
Hours – Full Time or Part Time Considered

South West London Law Centres (SWLLC) is recruiting 3 x new Solicitor/Caseworker (permanent positions), expanding our highly respected and friendly team through two new projects.

  • Domestic Violence Project working with refugees in Surrey to improve the immigration status of their residents through casework and second-tier advice.
  • GLA Homeless and Wandsworth Project – we are part of a London-wide project to assist homeless people or those at risk of homelessness to improve their immigration status. The post will also involve work in Wandsworth to continue our EUSS work.

The successful candidates will join a small and friendly immigration team of experienced and respected caseworkers and solicitors. We have a strong emphasis on quality – the team was again recently rated as “Excellent” in an independent Peer Review for the Legal Aid Agency. Feedback from the review included “An exceptional level of client care was provided to vulnerable clients”

The successful candidates will need to be accredited to IAAS Senior Caseworker Standard and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

We offer:

  • 35 hour working week
  • Flexible working hours and hybrid working arrangements
  • 29 days holiday plus statutory days
  • Pension scheme membership

About the Law Centre

South West London Law Centres is one of the largest law centres in the UK. Each year we support around 7,000 people from our community. We work in the 6 London boroughs in South West London and the surrounding areas.

Our award-winning team helps local people on low incomes at some of the most difficult times in their lives by providing legal advice and representation that they wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford.

How to Apply

We encourage interested candidates to download our Recruitment Pack for these roles from our website Jobs — South West London Law Centres – Helping local people access justice (swllc.org) to find out more about the roles, our application process and working for the Law Centre.

Closing Date 9 am 24th July 2023

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