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Thank you for your interesting in joining us and working with North Wales Community Law.

Working with us as a member of staff, a volunteer or a trustee, you can expect flexibility, recognition, and a highly collaborative culture built on trust.

We value diverse perspectives in our work and encourage enquiries and applications from people of all backgrounds, communities, identities and experiences, including those with lived experience of the issues North Wales Community Law seeks to address.

Pro Bono

If you’re a practicing lawyer, solicitor or barrister with skills and experience you think are valuable to our staff or clients, join our network of pro bono and advisory legal practitioners and make a difference to the lives of people who need your help the most.

Contact us for an informal conversation about how we can work together.

Volunteering

Volunteers are the cornerstone of any community organisation. Without them we cannot represent the people we serve or be guided to those in most urgent need.

North Wales Community Law is built on people with a wide variety of skills and experiences coming together to make a difference. We value people with experience of community work, administration, communications, data analysis, finance, campaigning, advocacy… If you’re committed to social justice and want to pitch in, we want to hear from you.

Our volunteers are well supported and receive the training and development they need to carry out their role and work towards their goals and aspirations.

Email recruitment@nwcl.cymru with a brief CV, your contact details and availability, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Vacancies

See our current paid and volunteer vacancies, and how to apply. Please submit our Equality Monitoring Form with all applications.

Legal Services Director

Contract: Permanent. Full time / Part time or Job Share.

Starting Salary: £38,000 – £42,000 (pro rata if part time) dependant on experience.

Location: Conwy, North Wales

A unique opportunity for an experienced solicitor committed to social justice. 

We seek an experienced solicitor (3 years PQE) with expertise in civil litigation and a commitment to social justice to lead our legal work. 

Deadline: 9am on 07/06/24

Solicitor

Contract: Permanent. Full time / Part time or Job Share.

Starting Salary: £34,000 – £38,000 (pro rata if part time) dependant on experience.

Location: Conwy, North Wales

We seek a qualified solicitor (at least 1 year PQE) with experience in social welfare law to join our legal team. We are particularly keen to hear from people with experience of legally aided litigation in either housing or family, and experience of relevant Welsh legislation.

Deadline: 9am on 07/06/24

Caseworker

Contract: Permanent. Full time / Part time or Job Share.

Starting Salary: £25,000- £28,000 (pro rata if part time) dependant on experience and qualifications.

Location: Conwy, North Wales

We seek an organised, compassionate and ambitious caseworker who is committed to social justice 

Deadline: 9am on 07/06/24

Trustee

Our trustees play a vital role in making sure that North Wales Community Law achieves its core purpose.

Terms of office: Trustees are appointed for a 1 year term of office. Renewal for a further term is agreed through nomination and voting at each AGM. This is a voluntary position, but reasonable expenses are reimbursed.

Time commitment: Approximately 4 hours per month, The Steering Group meets 4-6 times a year, usually remotely in the evening, with one annual in-person Away Day.

Committee membership: Trustees may be asked to attend further meetings through participation in Task and Finish Groups and subcommittees.

Location: Conwy, North Wales

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