The Legal Services Board is an organisation where professional standards are high, decisions are taken on the basis of evidence and interventions are proportionate. All colleagues understand their role and how it fits into the LSB as a whole.
We have around 30 staff, from a wide variety of backgrounds – public, private, regulatory. Most work on a number of policy and management projects at the same time. In recruiting, we look for skills and experience matched by an appetite for change and improving standards.
We are committed to equal opportunity. Everyone who is eligible regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital or civil partnership status, age, disability, or pregnancy and maternity, will receive equal treatment when applying for jobs with us.
Two Non-Lay and One Lay Member of the Legal Services Board
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is currently looking to recruit two Non-Lay and one Lay Member of the Legal Services Board. The recruitment is being managed by the MoJ and further information on the roles can be found on the Cabinet Office Public Appointments website: Two Non-Lay and One Lay Member of the Legal Services Board [external link]
Closing date for applications is 5pm, 13 December 2019.
Chair, Office for Legal Complaints
The LSB is currently looking to recruit a new Chair for the Office for Legal Complaints. The recruitment is being managed by WIG (The Whitehall & Industry Group) – further information can be found on their website: Chair, Office for Legal Complaints [external website].
Closing date for applications is 04 December 2019.