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10/10/2021

Job ads – Havant and Wales

Swain & Co

Swain & Co is seeking a Housing Paralegal to join their successful, well-respected and growing Housing Law Team based in Havant. Working in both private and publicly funded Housing matters, including Evictions, Disrepair, ASBOs, to list but a few, this is a new and exciting role which offers excellent career prospects. The successful individual is likely to have gained some experience in a law firm, although this is not essential as training will be provided. However, the successful candidate is likely to have a good business acumen and self-motivational skills, be reliable and be able to work as part of a team as well as being proficient in the use of Microsoft applications.

Swain & Co is an established firm, holding a Civil Legal Aid Contract under which they advise the most vulnerable people in society in respect of a wide range of matters,  although there is plenty of scope to develop other related work.

Their motto is “To empower people to make positive change.”  If you share in their ethos and have an interest in long term development and progression and want to be part of a firm who has exciting plans for the future and offers salaries which reflect skills and experience obtained, recognises and rewards on achievements and milestones etc. then please email your CV to:juliepainter@swainandco.com


 

Shelter Cymru

Shelter Cymru exists to defend the right to a safe home in Wales and fight the devastating impact the housing emergency has on people.

We help thousands of people each year by offering free, confidential and independent advice and campaigning to overcome the root causes of the housing emergency.

We are now looking to recruit for the following positions to join our Housing Services team.  If you want to help end homelessness in Wales, we would love to hear from you.

Housing Law Caseworkers

Vacancies across North and South Wales

Various hours available

 £24,604 per annum (pro rata if applicable)

Exciting opportunities have now arisen at Shelter Cymru for Housing Law Caseworkers who will work within our Housing Services teams across Wales.

The post holders will be part of a team who provide a National Housing Advice Service through a mixture of centre, court and surgery based services across different regions of Wales.

During the current period of uncertainty around Covid-19, the team are temporarily working remotely, however following any general return to office working the posts will be based at one of our offices in Wales.

Shelter Cymru offers a high level of support, a welcoming work environment and an excellent package of benefits – for further details of the key benefits available please visit the recruitment page of our website

 To apply, visit our website at www.sheltercymru.org.uk or telephone 01792 469400

CLOSING DATE:  19 October 2021

Shelter Cymru recruits based on merit and wants a workforce that reflects the diversity of individuals in housing need. We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people who are currently under-represented within our workforce.

Rydym yn bodoli i amddiffyn yr hawl i gartref diogel yng Nghymru ac i frwydro yn erbyn yr effaith ddinistriol mae’r argyfwng tai

Rydym yn helpu miloedd o bobl bob blwyddyn drwy gynnig cyngor tai arbenigol, annibynnol ac am ddim, ac ymgyrchu i oresgyn yr hyn sydd wrth wraidd yr argyfwng tai

Rydym am recriwtio ar gyfer y swyddi canlynol i ymuno â’n tîm Gwasanaethau Tai.  Os hoffech chi helpu i ddod â digartrefedd i ben yng Nghymru, byddem wrth ein bodd yn clywed gennych.

Gweithwyr Achos Cyfraith Tai

Swyddi gwag ledled Gogledd a De Cymru

Oriau amrywiol ar gael

£ 24,604 y flwyddyn (pro rata os yw’n berthnasol)

Mae cyfleoedd  cyffrous bellach wedi codi yn Shelter Cymru ar gyfer Gweithiwyr Achos Cyfraith Tai a fydd yn gweithio yn ein tîm Gwasanaethau Tai dros ledled Cymru.

Bydd deiliaid y swydd yn rhan o dîm sy’n darparu Gwasanaeth Cyngor Tai Cenedlaethol trwy gymysgedd o wasanaethau canolfan, llys ac allgymorth ledled ranbarthau gwahanol Cymru.

Yn ystod y cyfnod ansicrwydd presennol ynghylch Covid-19, mae’r tîm yn gweithio o bell dros dro, ond yn dilyn unrhyw ddychweliad cyffredinol i’r swyddfa bydd y swydd wedi’i lleoli yn un o’n swyddfeydd yng Nghymru

Mae Shelter Cymru yn cynnig lefel uchel o gefnogaeth, amgylchedd gwaith croesawgar a phecyn rhagorol o fuddion – i gael mwy o fanylion am y buddion allweddol sydd ar gael ewch i dudalen recriwtio ein gwefan

I wneud cais, ewch i’n gwefan yn www.sheltercymru.org.uk neu ffoniwch 01792 469400

DYDDIAD CAU:  19 HYDREF 2021

Mae Shelter Cymru yn recriwtio ar sail teilyngdod ac eisiau gweithlu sy’n adlewyrchu amrywiaeth unigolion mewn angen tai. Rydym yn croesawu ceisiadau yn arbennig gan bobl Ddu, Asiaidd a Lleiafrifoedd Ethnig sydd heb gynrychiolaeth ddigonol yn ein gweithlu ar hyn o bryd.

 

 

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.

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