Due to rising demand, SBA The Solicitors’ Charity seeks a full-time
SBA The Solicitors’ Charity was founded in 1858 and is focused on solicitors, former solicitors and their dependants who are in personal financial need, often resulting from ill-health. In recent years, the charity has distributed over £1m annually in grants and interest-free loans to its beneficiaries.
We are seeking an additional beneficiary caseworker to assist with a rising workload. This is a full-time post, 35 hours a week. Some flexibility is available on start and finish times but working from home is not envisaged.
The role would particularly suit someone who will readily put aside routine work to listen and empathise with beneficiaries who make contact, often in very difficult circumstances.
This is a small office and a willingness to share in general office duties, especially when colleagues are absent, is most important.
Salary: £34,000-£38,000 depending on experience, with a generous contributory pension scheme and 6 weeks paid annual leave plus public holidays.
The team is currently six strong, consisting of both full-time and part-time employees, plus a national network of volunteer caseworkers, all of whom are solicitors. The charity owns its own premises, beside Wandsworth Common railway station, which is served by a frequent service from Victoria (12 minutes) via Clapham Junction (3 minutes). There is also private parking available.
To learn more, visit SBA’s website at www.sba.org.uk
Click on this link for the Job Description & Person Specification.
If you would like to have an informal discussion about the role, contact SBA’s CEO, Tim Martin, on 0208 675 6440.
How to apply:
By CV and covering letter which should illustrate how you meet the person specification. Hard copy or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) are both acceptable.
Deadline for applications:
5pm on Thursday 7 September 2017
Selected applicants will be called for interview at SBA’s offices during 21-22 September 2017
SBA The Solicitors’ Charity
1 Jaggard Way
No agencies please.