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Finsbury Park
£25,221 - £28,455 per year
Exciting opportunity to join the casework team of an influential charity, providing essential advice and support to bereaved families.
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Multiple System Atrophy Trust
£19,747 - £22,000 per year pro-rated. We are a London living wage employer
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£33,360 per year
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University of West London - Student Union
£24,500 - £28,355 per year
James' Place
£25,000 - £28,000 per annum, pro rata (plus London weighting)
Seeking an exceptional candidate to join James' Place as Outreach & Engagement Manager in our mission to support men in suicidal crisis.
Equal Education
£25,000 - £32,000 per year
We are hiring to coordinate our network of over 600 teachers to support the most vulnerable children in society!
Greater London
£31,500 - £35,000 per annum dependent on experience
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Finsbury Park, Greater London
£25,221 - £28,455 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description


Founded in 1981, INQUEST is the only charity in England and Wales providing expertise on contentious deaths and their investigation to bereaved people, lawyers, other advice and support agencies, media, parliamentarians and the general public. Our range of cases includes custody and detention, multi-agency failings or where wider issues of state and corporate accountability are in question, such as with Hillsborough and Grenfell. You can find more information on our website, particularly in our Impact Report, and on our Campaigns, and Media Releases webpages.


The Casework Team provide specialist casework advice and support to bereaved families and individuals following a contentious death in statutory settings or through multi agency failings requiring an inquest and investigation. You will be working alongside a Casework Team of three Senior Caseworkers including the Grenfell Project Coordinator, three Caseworkers, and two  Casework Assistants, overseen by the Head of Casework. You will have regular contact with the Family Participation Officer and policy team.

The purpose of the role is to provide specialist legal advice to a bereaved family facing an investigation and inquest process into a state related contentious death; secure legal representation for families through the INQUEST Lawyers Group; liaise with external organisations, including lawyers, coroners and public bodies such as the PPO and the IOPC, work alongside the Communications Officer on media engagement; and identify key cases as part of INQUEST’s strategic work.

The successful candidate will have experience of casework and advice provision, preferably  in inquest law and related investigations. They will be expected to identify themes and trends arising from cases and contribute to the organisations strategic work. In addition, they will be required to organise stakeholders meetings and occasionally represent INQUEST at external meetings

They will possess outstanding communication and organisation skills, will enjoy working in a very fast paced environment, and will adhere to INQUEST values and commitment to social justice, equality and diversity as well as our commitment to tackling racism and discrimination.

INQUEST is an equal opportunities employer. We actively promote diversity and strongly encourage applications from within BAME communities, other under-represented groups, and from those who have overcome significant adversity in their lives.

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“INQUEST is an organisation that shines a light into the state’s darkest corners, often on behalf of society’s mo... Read more

Refreshed on: 12 April 2021
Closing date: 26 April 2021
Tags: Advice, Information,Advocacy
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