Paid positions

Housing Caseworker

A new post funded by Trust for London for a Housing Caseworker to provide a housing advice service including at outreach locations, promote awareness of legal rights and train, utilise and supervise volunteers. Due to the corona virus we do not have a closing date or interveiw date at present. We will consider the applications when possible and get back to those shortlisted. 

Housing Caseworker application pack Word

Housing Caseworker application pack PDF


Volunteering opportunities

Counselling Service Trainee Placements

We are currently recruiting for placements

We are committed to supporting the development of counsellors and psychotherapists who are in training by providing clinical placement opportunities on an on-going basis, we encourage applications from those who live in the locality or neighbouring boroughs. We provide in-house supervision and counsellors are expected to make a contribution towards the supervision costs, we also offer a varied programme of CPD to expand your knowledge and practice.

Once accepted, trainees are expected to commit for a minimum of 2 years.

Please click on the links below for more information and to apply. Do not send CVs.

Application Pack Trainee Counsellors

 If you have any questions please contact us on or 020 8670 2775. 


Counselling Service Admin Opportunities

If you are interested in gaining some experience of working within a counselling service environment, and have some time to spare, we are looking for someone on a voluntary basis to help out with administration and small projects.

If you are interested please contact us by email on or call us for an informal discussion on 020 8670 2775.


Advice centre evening legal session volunteers

This operates as an adjunct to the daytime advice centre. The underlying aim is to give initial advice to anyone who attends. The type of legal advice is varied but the main types which arise are Consumer problems, Matrimonial and family matters, General private client matters, General Court matters and Employment matters.

The sessions are held every Monday from 7pm – 8.30 / 9pm. The volunteer must be a qualified lawyer and should be able to commit for a minimum of 6 months. We also take on para legals to assit the lawyer and they need to be training to be a solcitor or doing pupilage to become a barrisater. Generally two volunteers attend the session each week and are on the rota roughly every four weeks, or more frequent if they want.

For further details email 


Advice Centre Admin & Reception Volunteer

General administrative and reception help. Need to have some knowledge and experience of aspects of this type of work in a paid or voluntary capacity and a commitment to at least 6 months desirable.

For further details email