We are currently recruiting for the following vacancies. New roles will be advertised here, so please check back soon.
Unlawful Detentions Team Caseworker
Call released: 15 February 2024
Deadline for applications: 17 March 2024
Contract: Full-time, permanent
Salary: £40,964 full-time plus up to 5% employee matched pension contribution
For full details including a person specification and information on how to apply please see the job description.
Our applicants privacy notice is available here.
Reprieve is a licensed visa sponsor, but we are not in a position to sponsor visas (including charity worker visas) for the majority of roles. If we can accept applications from applicants who require a visa for a specific role this will be clearly stated on this page and in the job description.
We are proud to have an open and transparent pay structure. We strongly welcome applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds.
There are many ways to become involved in Reprieve’s work. You can support our campaigns, make a donation, carry out a placement through a sponsoring institution, or work for Reprieve. Whatever you choose to do, your contribution is valued by us.
We are proud of our diversity and we want as many people as possible to have the opportunity to contribute to our work. With that goal in mind, we do not have unpaid volunteer roles because we recognise that not everyone is in a position to give their time for free. Instead, we are very lucky to have the support of universities who fund placements and 12-month fellowships, law firms and corporate partners who offer their staff on secondments, and charitable trusts who fund internships both in the UK and abroad.
We are pleased to accept applications for seasonal fellowships from those funded by their university or other public interest bodies, with funding disbursed directly to the fellow. We accept applications for placements on academic credit within the school year, and not over the summer when applicants must be externally funded. We cannot consider applicants who wish to self-fund their placements.
Applicants should be available to work full-time for Reprieve for at least 8 weeks.
Those interested in applying should carefully read our advert and applicant information. Applications can be submitted to [email protected] following the process outlined in the advert. Please note that we are unable to consider applications from those who do not meet the requirements outlined above and provide the information requested. For any questions please email [email protected]
Our sister organisation Reprieve U.S. offers fellowships for graduating students who are able to secure full external funding. The fellowships normally run for one year, full time and are based in Washington DC.
We are pleased to advertise for the following positions, beginning in September 2024:
- Death Penalty- South Asia Postgraduate Fellow
- Advocacy Postgraduate Fellow
- Death Penalty- Middle East & North Africa Postgraduate Fellow
Please ensure you also read our applicant information before applying.
Applications and enquiries should be sent to [email protected].
Reprieve currently works with four law firms to provide secondments for trainee solicitors. Seats at Reprieve can be either 3 or 6 months and our brilliant trainees make a huge contribution to our UK litigation. For more information please get in touch with your firm’s Head of CSR or Pro Bono, and ask about Reprieve secondments.
Reprieve Skills Bank
Reprieve is fortunate hold a skills bank of experts and linguists who support us with their skills on an ad hoc, pro bono and remote basis. If you have particular skills you would like to share with Reprieve or any questions please register your interest by emailing [email protected] to request an application form. Once you have registered we will contact you when an opportunity arises that you may be interested in.