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Salary – in line with IPSA pay scales and dependent on experience.

Rupa Huq MP is looking for a full time Caseworker to join her busy team.  The post will be based in Westminster and the constituency.  The successful applicant with be enthusiastic and highly organised with excellent communication skills. 

Job details:

The Caseworker will provide advice and support to Rupa's constituents on a range of issues, including housing, welfare and immigration amongst others, and help to resolve problems through communication with government agencies, the voluntary sector and other organisations.

The successful candidate will have the following:

  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including a good telephone manner
  • Experience of working and dealing with the general public
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a busy team
  • Previous experience in an MP’s office or in a CAB and the use of CaseworkerMP software or similar is desirable, but not essential
  • A strong attention to detail and an ability to prioritise a demanding workload, meet deadlines and work under pressure
  • Sympathetic to the aims and values of the Labour Party.

 Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Attending surgeries and other meetings as appropriate
  • Managing and progressing a portfolio of casework, including logging cases, taking appropriate actions promptly, monitoring progress and bringing cases to a successful close
  • Liaising with government agencies, voluntary sector and other organisations to help resolve cases
  • Retaining records and information confidentially and in line with the Data Protection Act
  • Drafting responses to constituents
  • Assisting the Parliamentary Team with the day to day running of the office including with administrative tasks as and when required.

Upon appointment you will be required to comply with the Baseline Personnel Security Standard, undertaken by the Members’ Staff Verification Office (MSVO). See Members’ Staff Verification Office (MSVO) page for further info. MPs generally pay staff in accordance with IPSA guidelines.

Closing date:

Friday 14th July - applications close at 5pm. Any applications received after this time will not be considered.  Please note that due to the high volume of expected applications we will only contact you if shortlisted for the role.

Application details:

Please send your CV and a short covering letter of no more than one page A4 setting out your eligibility for the role, paying particular attention to the necessary skills, responsibilities and experience to pauline.hill@parliament.uk 

Interviews are due to be held on Monday 24th July.

Caseworker Vacancy

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The General Election of 2017 was nothing short of historic. I and the Labour Party will be taking the fight to the Tories soon! 

Dear Constituent,

The past few weeks have truly been a rollercoaster of a ride. But now the dust has settled I would like to take the time to thank you for your kind words of congratulations. It has been an absolute honour serving this constituency since 2015 and now the people of Ealing Central and Acton have placed their trust in me for the second time in two years.

The choice in this election was stark: a local candidate running on a track record of achievement versus an opponent whose publicity only stated the need to support Theresa May, who herself came badly unstuck as she misjudged the mood of the nation in her quest to crush all opposition, and obtain a blank cheque for the hardest of hard Brexits and attack our invaluable public services.

She has now been told by the people of Ealing Central and Acton that she has no mandate whatsoever to pursue those aims. The majority of 274 I had in 2015 when we unseated the previous Conservative MP has been transformed to a majority of 13, 807 - a 50 fold increase. The politics of hope has truly beaten the politics of fear.

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In these times of uncertainty I think it is only right that I now inform you and the rest of my constituents of my priorities in the forthcoming weeks.

As I have been doing since 2015 I will be continuing to oppose NHS cuts and closures locally, including the government’s Sustainability and Transformation Plan which seeks to diminish Ealing and Charing Cross Hospitals to the point that they cease to recognisably be hospitals at all. I will be opposing both a soft and hard Brexit. I ran my campaign locally on the basis that I would continue to represent the will of the people of Ealing and Acton who voted by 72% to remain in the EU and I will continue to honour that pledge.

I have also received a number of communications decrying the attempt to cobble together a “coalition of chaos” with the DUP given their regressive positioning on social policy. I will be monitoring any attempt by the Conservatives to water-down women’s reproductive rights and the freedoms that the LGBT communities enjoy as well as the ability of same-sex couples to marry. There is no way shape or form that I will allow the DUP to water down these invaluable rights of which we should all be proud.

I am proud of our local campaign which saw big guns such as Sadiq Khan, David Miliband, comedian Andy Parsons and even my constituent and sister Konnie Huq of Blue Peter come over to lend a hand. But our success would not have been possible without the army of volunteers and party members who gave up much of their time to campaign for a Labour victory. For that I am truly grateful.

For now it’s a case of ONWARDS – might have to go through it all again in the Autumn!

Yours Faithfully,

Dr Rupa Huq

Ealing Central and Acton 

A Thank You to the People of Ealing Central and Acton

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Dr Rupa Huq , Ealing Central and Acton

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