Phone 0117 924 8662, Monday-Friday, 9:30am-4:30pm

Phone 0117 924 8662, Monday-Friday, 9:30am-4:30pm

Housing caseworker / solicitor (part or full time)

Closing date: Monday, 03rd July 2023

Hours: 21-35 hours (35 hours is full time)

Location: Bristol, option for hybrid working

Salary: £28,000 – £35,000 (pro rata) starting salary, depending on experience

7% pension, generous leave (30 days + bank holidays (pro rata), plus the time between Christmas and New Year), employee assistance programme, flexible and generous policies and commitment to staff learning and development


Bristol Law Centre is a charity offering free signposting/referrals, legal advice and representation (advocacy) to some of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable in our communities. We work in Bristol and the wider region to deliver vital and free legal support, often where no other option of similar services exist. We work to achieve incredible outcomes for local people in many areas of social welfare law.

We wish to grow our dedicated housing team with this new role with a focus on the ever increasing issues around disrepair and inadequate housing conditions. 

This is an opportunity to work in a friendly and supportive team in a vibrant, artistic, historic and diverse city; surrounded by beautiful countryside at the gateway to Wales and the South-West. Our modern offices are situated close to Bristol Temple Meads station and the city centre. We are flexible to part time or full time working (35 hours per week), and to hybrid work.  Our friendly and committed housing team are one of only a few in the area and we wish to grow to ensure more people are helped, working closely with many partners in the city and beyond.

Application Details: To apply for this role, please return your completed application form (downloads available below) via email to

Interview dates TBA

For an informal chat about the role, including experience/hours/location, contact Karen Bowers, CEO, on

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