Vacancy at Seraphus

Seraphus is pleased to announce the following vacancy.

Vacancy: Immigration Caseworker

Expected Start Date: September 2012

The Vacancy

Seraphus is a law firm specialising in private and publicly funded immigration, asylum and nationality advice. Seraphus was awarded the LSC Quality Mark in June 2012 and is aiming for Lexcel Accreditation in early 2013. Seraphus is committed to maintaining and building its reputation for high quality advice. As a result Seraphus is currently in high demand and is ready to expand the Immigration Team.

The new team member is expected to work on a supervised caseload and cover the team where required. It is expected that the majority of the work will be related to asylum applications and appeals. The new team member is also expected to be enthusiastic and willing to be engaged in the evolution of the immigration team by, for example, writing blog posts for the firm’s website, Facebook page and Twitter feed, developing links with outside organisations, reporting cases, and evolving the team templates. The new team member will be responsible to the Supervisor for fee earning and case management. For other purposes the new team member will be responsible to the Director.

Seraphus is a small, growing practice, as such the new team member will need to be flexible and willing to work in, and around, an expanding firm. The new team member is expected to have excellent case and time management skills, strong organisational skills, and able to work under pressure.

The new team member must be accredited at the IAAS Level 2 or be very experienced at IAAS Level 1 and able to achieve Level 2 accreditation shortly after joining Seraphus.

Competitive salary and dependent on qualifications and experience.

How to Apply

If you are interested in applying for this role, please download the application pack and return it to recruitment@seraphus.co.uk or post by the closing date.

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