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In relation to the immigration caseworker/solicitor position previously advertised we have amended the job specification and the skills that we are looking for. This is to encourage applicants from a variety of backgrounds with differing skillsets to apply, so please take another look if you had looked before.
New application deadline: end of Monday 14 February 2022
Interviews: Friday 18 February 2022
Bristol Law Centre is seeking to expand its Immigration & Asylum team and is looking for an energetic senior caseworker or solicitor to work both on grant funded projects and work taken on under our legal aid contract. Your caseload would be a varied mix of asylum and protection cases, family and private life work, EUSS, nationality and citizenship and work for survivors of domestic violence and trafficking. You will be representing longer-term residents, new arrivals to Bristol, including those under resettlement projects and particularly, children and young people as they navigate the asylum and immigration system.
This is an opportunity to work in a friendly and supportive team in a vibrant, artistic, historic and diverse city; surrounded by beautiful countryside at the gateway to Wales and the South-West. Our modern offices are situated close to Bristol Temple Meads station and the city centre, and we are open to discussing a blend of home and office working.
You will be part of a growing team seeking to continue to meet demand and serve our clients in Bristol and neighbouring areas, as well as working on developing projects to expand access to immigration advice throughout the South-West region.
If you like the sound of this challenge we would be very interested to hear from you whether you are looking for a full or part-time position. If you would like an informal chat about this role please contact Mike Booker on 0117 916 7705 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bristol Law Centre aims to be an equal opportunities employer.