Jobs at LawWorks

Are you passionate about access to justice and how volunteering can positively impact lives? Join our team.

Details for current job opportunities at LawWorks are listed below

Current vacancies

 

Digital Services Support Officer

This is an exciting opportunity to join LawWorks, a leading charity working to support pro bono and enable access to justice.

Salary: £27,000
Hours: Full time (35 hours) 
Term: Permanent
Holiday: 25 days paid holiday per annum (plus bank holidays and Christmas closing) increasing with service
Benefits: 5% contributory pension scheme & private healthcare cashback plan
Location: Homeworking initially (due to Covid-19); flexible arrangements when able to return to office working (Central London)

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To apply please send a CV and a covering letter to applications@lawworks.org.uk citing ‘DSSO’ in the subject line.

The closing date for applications is 5:00pm on Thursday 29th July.

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External vacancies

Vacancies from LawWorks Members, clinics and organisations passionate about access to justice are located here on our website.

Equal Opportunities

LawWorks is committed to equal opportunities and opposes all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination on the basis of race, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, nationality or national origin, disability, religion or age. 

Under this policy LawWorks wishes to monitor its progress towards implementing equal opportunities. When applying for a job at LawWorks please help us with this by completing our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

You can either print off the form, or we can post you a form on request; alternatively you will have the opportunity to fill the form out online (again anonymously) when you submit your application. Please return the completed form anonymously (no cover letter required) to LawWorks, DX 115, 50-52 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1HL. The form is separate from your application, and will not be seen by the recruitment panel and plays no part in the recruitment process).

The equal opportunities forms will not be processed until after the recruitment process has been completed. 

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