In this In-house Legal Advocate role, you will provide specialist advice, representation and support to Housing Associations and Charities who provide supported accommodation in the UK.
The firm offer flexible working and you will be able to split your time between working at home and in the office, depending on your other commitments. This is a really interesting opportunity for someone with a legal background who would like to work flexibly and make a real difference.
In-house Legal Advocate – Greater Manchester
A newly formed organisation that works closely with registered charities, social landlords and voluntary organisations
You will deal provide advice relating to housing benefit claims, housing benefit decisions, Section 21 notices and applications for possession
You will also represent clients at housing benefit appeal hearings and possession hearings
The founders of the company have extensive experience in resolving complex disputes and supporting clients through the Housing Claims process
Commutable from Manchester, Bolton, St Helens, Wigan, Bury and Chorley
Added extras and benefits
A Legal Advocate with experience of dealing with housing benefits claims, housing possession claims and exempt accommodation regulations
Will have a law degree or completed the LPC
Will have a full UK driving licence to meet clients or travel to Court/tribunals
Will have excellent communication and problem-solving skills
Will have good time management skills and attention to detail
How to apply for this In-house Legal Advocate role
If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’ above. Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Duane on 03300 245 606 or email email@example.com.
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