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For a recruitment file, please send an email recruitment@scottishhumanrights.com The Commission`s policy on gender equality and diversity is regularly reviewed. Candidates must also meet the nationality requirements for appointment to the civil service. Grade 2 (prorated starting salary of £25,125, based on 1.0 FTEs) With clear personal and organisational goals, competitive conditions and regular feedback from our employees, we recruit and retain excellent staff. The Commission will interview candidates who have a disability within the meaning of the Equality Act 2010, who meet the minimum criteria for appointment and who request a guaranteed interview. Application deadline: Friday, February 19, 2021. The Scottish Law Commission was established by the Law Commissions Act 1965 to promote reform of Scottish law. The Scottish Law Commission and the Scottish Government are committed to ensuring equal employment opportunities for all on the basis of skills, qualifications and fitness for work. Applications are solicited from any person who qualifies, qualifies, qualifies, or who expects to be of any race, age, sex, marital status, disability, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. Our employees are engaged, well trained, continuously developed and excellent communicators.

Their individual strengths and combined experience make them a great team. For more information about what we do with your personal data for as long as we have it in our possession and how we keep it safe, please see our Applicant Privacy Policy and Employment Privacy Statement. We are currently seeking a small number of law graduates for one-year temporary positions to work as legal assistants on our ongoing and planned legal reform projects. Dates begin at the end of August 2021. From time to time, we outsource research projects to external specialists. If you are a research consultant and would like to be considered for future opportunities, please fill out our research database form. Application deadline: Monday, November 28, 2022 – 5:00pm Under the Race Relations Act 1976, we are required to ethnically track the employees we employ directly and publish the results. This obligation only applies to our legal assistants whom we hire directly on the fixed-term contract.

The results of the follow-up of the paralegals appointed in August 2022 are available. Please note that we do not accept self-funded student or internship internships, as the Commission is committed to providing equal access to all opportunities. The Business Support Officer provides day-to-day assistance with information, records and data management. The incumbent works with the Team Leader and other Commission teams to promote compliance and best practices. The incumbent provides occasional leave and absence protection to other team members, including the Executive Assistant who manages the Chair`s schedule and other part-time members. The incumbent may also be asked to support broader event work. This is an important administrative and service role that helps the Commission as a whole fulfill its mandate by providing strong commercial and support services. The role exists in a small collaborative team.

Work assignments to lawyers may vary depending on the Board`s priorities and new projects submitted to it. The assignment of work to legal assistants may cover the following areas of law: Date of interview: to be confirmed, scheduled for 14 and 15 December 2022. Interviews are conducted in person at our Edinburgh office. The information package and the application form (including a personal data tracking form) are available on the Commission`s website: www.scotlawcom.gov.uk Please note that applications for legal assistant positions in 2022 are now closed. The next recruitment campaign will take place in early 2023 and details of available positions will be added to this page at that time. Applications are sought from those who can demonstrate that they have achieved very high academic standards in Scots law and have excellent research skills and experience. The minimum eligibility requirement to apply is that an applicant must have obtained or expect to have obtained a first- or second-class honours degree in Scots law or another similar academic qualification demonstrating relevant knowledge and understanding of Scots law by summer 2021. Applications from other suitably qualified candidates with relevant experience may exceptionally be considered. · Automated vehicles, also a joint legislative reform project.

· surrogacy, a joint legislative reform project with the Law Commission of England and Wales; We announce fixed-term paid research associates each year, who typically sign a one-year contract that begins on or about September. All of our positions, including internships, paid internships and internships, are advertised externally. Please do not send us your CV as we will not review or store it. Scottish Ministers are calling for applications for full-time and part-time posts as Scottish Legal Commissioner. The full-time position will include leading legislative reform projects on certain aspects of leases and automated vehicles. The part-time position will lead legislative reform projects on surrogacy and personal injury compensation. For more information, visit the Scottish Government`s website on public appointments. Please note that CVs will not be accepted and applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

We accept applications only by email, email to LARecruitment@scotlawcom.gov.uk Applications for our 2022 scientific staff are now closed. We will update the website with details of the 2023 Campaign for Research Assistants when applications are open.