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As usual, we’ll be closed between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, and returning on Monday 04 January.
We’re looking for someone special to lead and develop our new employment law service. We’re delighted to have the chance to extend our services to our East End community in this way, particularly since we know that more and more people will need legal advice about employment rights as the Covid 19 crisis continues.
For the moment, we are offering the post as a fixed-term contract for one year (although we’re open to discussion about the length). During that time, we want the appointee to identify and grow sources of funding for the future (including a legal aid Discrimination Law contract) that will sustain both the post and the service far into the future. You’ll notice that the Job Description expresses the role as leading and supervising a team, which reflects our ambition for both you and the service – but on appointment, you’ll be our sole employment lawyer.
For the moment, Covid-19 means that our team is working remotely from the law centre for most of the time. Interviews for this post are likely to be held using Zoom and you should be prepared to work remotely if appointed.
Visit our jobs page to download an application pack.
Completed applications should be returned to email@example.com by the closing date, Sunday 01 November 2020.
Our housing law and immigration law advice clinics have reopened as telephone services, joining our employment law advice clinic which reopened last week. Housing law advice clinics are already taking place and will be held every Tuesday. Immigration law advice clinics will be held fortnightly on Wednesdays, starting on 29 April. Call us on 020 7538 4909 to see if we can help and make an appointment.