Accredited Immigration Supervisor
|Role:||Accredited Immigration Supervisor|
|Salary:||£29,174 – £32,798|
|Hours:||Full-time (35 hours per week)|
Flexible. For the right candidate, we are open to this role being undertaken remotely. Alternatively, this role can be undertaken within our offices in Bury & Bolton. Or, a hybrid of home & office working.
Friday 22nd April, 12pm
DEADLINE EXTENDED – WILL CLOSE AS SOON AS WE ARE ABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY APPOINT
Citizens Advice Bury & Bolton (CABB) is a leading provider of legal advice and information, supporting thousands of clients every year. We are a busy, client focused and dynamic service with a track record of delivering high quality advice. Across Bury & Bolton, we are the only organisation whose advice is independently verified for legal compliance. Our services are delivered between 8am – 6pm.
At CABB, we are at the forefront of service delivery across a number of specialist areas. We have a national reputation across the Citizens Advice network, as experts of immigration knowledge and service delivery.
As an organisation, we are accredited to the highest level within the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) and Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme (IAAS) – this means we are able to provide immigration advice to all levels, including to appeal and judicial review.
The organisation offers both Legal Aid funded services to clients and a private, not for profit, fee-paying service. The post holder will be required to work across both these areas and engage with clients over the phone, email and face to face.
Working across CABB, the post will hold a reduced caseload and conduct supervisions for, up to 4, individuals within our immigration team. In addition, you will be the first port of call for queries within the team, monitor caseloads, conduct file reviews and be able to allocate cases to the team in line with their qualifications and experience and support the Immigration Services Manager in training of the team.
At CABB, we value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from disabled, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) as these communities are currently under-represented throughout Citizens Advice. We also welcome applications from, LGB and Trans and non-binary candidates.
Here is the full job pack, which includes full details of the role and person specification.
Your CV & covering letter should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, clearly stating the role you are applying for.
Applications received after the closing date & time (see top of page), will not be considered.