Govan Law Centre is delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new City Rights Hubs service funded by the Big Lottery Fund, from the Support and Connect Project. We will be providing outreach surgeries to Glasgow City Mission, The Marie Trust, Lodging House Mission Homelessness Day Centres, along with Base 75 and Grand Central Savings and other organisations.
The aim of our new project is to provide vulnerable
and marginalised people in Glasgow access to their rights in terms of welfare
benefits, debt, housing and homelessness law, and access to sustainable financial
services. We will bring tailored packages of services to where the greatest need is in the City of Glasgow. The project will work closely
with our established Govan Law Centre team to develop and deliver the service. We
are recruiting the following new posts:
Part Time 18.5 hrs per week, Salary Pro Rata £29,405 p.a. We require a Senior
Solicitor with significant court and tribunal experience to work within our new
City Rights Hubs service funded, by the Big
Lottery Fund. Job specification is here.
Financial Inclusion Caseworker, 34 hrs per week, £25,000 p.a. We
require a Vulnerable Client Financial Inclusion Caseworker with current welfare
rights experience to work within our new City Rights Hubs service, funded by the Big Lottery Fund. Experience of working with vulnerable groups is essential. Job specification is here.
Rights Hubs Project
Administrator, 34 hrs per week, Salary
commensurate with experience. We require an administrator with legal clerical experience to work within our new
City Rights Hubs service, funded by the Big
Lottery Fund. Job
sharing will be considered for this post. Job specification is here.
To apply for any of the above posts, please send a CV and personal covering letter to: “GLC City Rights Hubs Project”,
Govan Law Centre, 18-20 Orkney Street,
Glasgow, G51 2BZ. Closing Date:
Noon, 9th August 2013. E-mail: