IAAS level 2 Caseworker / Solicitor

Salary: £29,900 per annum.
The vacancy is full time and permanent based on working from our offices in W11. Some remote working is required in order to comply with our ‘work bubble’ policy post Covid – 19 pandemic.
This post is full time – 35 hours per week. The post holder will normally be required to work 5 days per week during the core hours of 10-5pm.

The role requires an enhanced DBS clearance within 4 weeks of commencing employment and the post will remain dependent on the outcome. Candidates are required to make a full disclosure of previous or pending civil and criminal matters against them and of any other suitability matters relating to the role. These must be highlighted at the end of their personal statement

To apply for the post, please email your CV with a detailed statement of no more than 1000 words to demonstrating how you meet the Person Specification criteria and Specific Details section. You must cover all three sections of the Specification in the same order.

Download the Job Description and Person Speification here:

IAAS L2 Caseworker 16022022

Closing date for applications will be 3rd March 2022. Applications received after this deadline will not be considered. Shortlisted candidates to the interview stage will be notified by 4pm on 7th March 2022. If you have not been contacted by this date, please assume your application was unsuccessful.

Interviews (via Zoom/ in person TBC) will be held on 15th and 17th March 2022. The successful candidate will be contacted by telephone on 21st March 2022 by 5pm. If you have a disability and require special arrangements for the interview process, please indicate at the end of your statement.


North Kensington Law Centre is looking for committed members of our community who want direct involvement in our governance, strategy and leadership. Of particular interest is the Treasurer position please click here to learn more.


We are also looking to recruit members to join the Law Centre. Members will be invited to attend the Law Centre’s Annual General Meeting and play a crucial role in scrutinizing the decisions of the management committee and engaging with our community. Charity Commission guidance about the role of members can be read here.

Applicants interested in becoming members of NKLC should email Franck Kiangala at with a short statement of the reasons why you would like to become a member.