JOB ADVERTISEMENT: PUBLIC/IMMIGRATION SOLICITOR & TRAINING LEAD: BASED IN SHEFFIELD & WORKING FOR THE ANTI-TRAFFICKING AND LABOUR EXPLOITATION UNIT

Giles Peaker in the  Nearly Legal Housing Law blog does a major public service in providing advertising for jobs in housing and social welfare. Giles is taking a rest from blogging at the moment and I have taken up the mantle of providing free advertising until he returns.  This is an advertisement for the Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit.

The job is based in Sheffield, the details are below

THE ADVERT

Public / Immigration Solicitor & Training Lead
Salary:  circa £33,000 p/a + 5% employer pension contribution
Hours:  35 hours per week (flexible or part-time working also considered)
Location:  Sheffield
Flexible / remote working and part-time considered

We are recruiting for a new role to be based in ATLEU’s Sheffield office. It is an exciting opportunity for an experienced public or immigration lawyer who will be leading on ATLEU’s training and capacity building work.

The successful candidate will lead on a 3 year project which aims to empower support organisations to use the law to assist victims of trafficking to obtain their legal entitlements.They will help to identify potential strategic litigation and co-ordinate the collection of data that can help to underpin this activity.

Alongside training and capacity-building activities the successful candidate will maintain a small legal aid caseload which will enable them to fee earn and keep their knowledge up-to-date.

This is a fantastic role for someone who is passionate about developing others and using the law to effect change.

Further information: https://atleu.org.uk/job-vacancies

Deadline for applications is 10am on Monday 15th July 2019

Victoria Marks

Director and Solicitor

Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit

ATLEU

Blackfriars Settlement 

DX 155287

Southwark 13 

Tel 020 7700 7311

Fax 020 7112 4943

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