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Z2K (Zacchaeus 2000 Trust)
Greater London
£22,000 - £22,500 per year
Exciting opportunity to join Z2K, anti-poverty charity, directly helping people with their welfare benefits problems
Citizens Advice Wirral
£23,001 per year
Trafford Carers Centre
Part Time 17.5 Hours a Week *( Wednesday to Friday )
Trafford Carers Centre is looking for an experienced and passionate Caseworker to work with unpaid Carers. This is a part time role 17.5 PW
Single Homeless Project
Starting at £24,732 rising incrementally to £26,767 per annum
International Organization for Migration
Greater London
£28,000 - £36,000 per year
The Refugee & Migrant Centre
West Midlands
£20,456 - £25,694 per year depending on OISC level and experience
Hertfordshire Mind Network
Multiple Locations
£21,500 - £24,000 per annum including Outer London Weighting (OLW) dependent on skills and experience
Release - L.E.A.D.S
£22,000 - £27,000 per year
Finished your LLB, GDL, LPC or BTPC and eager to develop your legal skills addressing social justice issues. Then here's your chance.
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Greater London
£22,000 - £22,500 per year
Contract, Full-time
Job description

Z2K is an anti-poverty, with a focus on a fairer social security system that works as a safety net.  Our work combines campaigning and policy with casework and additional support services. We work collaboratively as a team of fifteen paid staff and a wide range of volunteers who work across all our projects and support services.  The role is offered in partnership with South West London Law Centres with offices in Wandsworth, Merton and Lambeth.

The post is an opportunity to use your casework skills and experience to provide a holistic service to low-income Londoners and help us to achieve our ambitious goals.  Not only do we work tirelessly to ensure positive outcomes for our clients, we work to empower our clients and support them to take an active role in solving their own problems as well as helping us to expose injustices in the system.

The Stepping Stones to Stability project is funded through the Big Lottery’s Help Through Crisis Fund and was launched in 2015 specifically to support projects that draw on the strengths and personal experiences of people facing hardship crisis so that they can overcome immediate difficulties and be ready for future opportunities and challenges.

Through the project we support clients facing problems with their benefits and income in the boroughs of Wandsworth, Westminster and Lambeth. It aims to combine welfare rights work with additional support services, working with clients holistically to address multiple issues that are impacting on their circumstances.

The main project team is a part time Welfare Benefits Caseworker and a full time Support Officer offering additional wrap around support to clients.  The new Casework Assist role will be responsible for supporting the co-ordination and delivery of our holistic casework, including building up your own caseload under the supervision of the Head of Casework and Support Services .  You will build up your knowledge of welfare rights, housing and Universal Credit to provide greater assistance to clients.  This includes representation at tribunal level. You will be trained by our Head of Casework, of has extensive experience in housing and welfare benefits.

About You

You will have gained experience of welfare benefits and/or disability advice work through voluntary or paid employment. You will have a commitment to working with communities who are highly disadvantaged and a passion for helping people to overcome homelessness and poverty. You will have the ability to interview, advise, and work with service users empathetically, and have the willingness to try new tasks and support the wider team with policy work and online communication such as blogs and tweets.  From time to time you will be asked to work outside of usual working hours.

More about Z2K (Zacchaeus 2000 Trust)
Z2K (Zacchaeus 2000 Trust)

Z2K (Zacchaeus 2000 Trust) is an anti-poverty charity that combines direct help for people with national campaigning to fight for a welfare ben... Read more

Posted on: 05 December 2019
Closing date: 10 January 2020
Tags: Legal,Advocacy
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