My client requires a Housing Legal Officer for a part time locum vacancy which has arisen in their team. As a housing legal officer you will join an existing supportive team of 5 people handling housing work on behalf of a busy local authority. This is a part time vacancy which is for 3.5 days per week.
This role will see you providing advice to housing officers at an early stage of proceedings. You will be required to possess a sound knowledge of local government housing law, particularly in relation to drafting notices and statements of evidence. Any experience of ASB law would also be advantageous. On a daily basis this role will see you handling a wide range of interesting housing related tasks, including:
- ASB cases
- Possession proceedings
- Drafting of notices
- Statements of evidence
- Particulars of claim
This is an ideal opportunity for candidates with experience of working in public sector organisations - either housing associations or local or central government. You must have experience of working in a claimant capacity, and a sound understanding of housing and ASB law. You must be available to commence work at short notice and be looking for part time opportunities.
For more information, please do not delay in contacting me today.
We encourage interested applicants to apply immediately to be considered for short listing. Alternatively should you require further information or wish to discuss your suitability before applying please contact Kate Jasper in our Manchester office for a confidential discussion.
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