Scottish Legal Aid Board
Scottish Legal Aid Board

The Scottish Legal Aid Board is responsible for managing legal aid in Scotland. Legal aid allows people who would otherwise not be able to afford it, to get help for their legal problems. SLAB has been asked by the Scottish Government to develop and implement the delivery of the new Scottish National Standards for Information and Advice Providers’ (SNSIAP) model.


Current vacancies

SNSIAP Peer Reviewers

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Home-working
  • Closing 19th February 2023

Scottish National Standards for Information and Advice Providers (SNSIAP) Peer Reviewer contracts

Are you an experienced Scottish based money & debt adviser, supervisor or trainer interested in making a difference?

If you are, would you like to become a SNSIAP peer reviewer?

Scottish Legal Aid Board (SLAB) are recruiting new SNSIAP peer reviewers in money & debt. We are looking for people who are confident in their subject knowledge of money & debt advice who can be objective about other people’s work and who appreciate that there are many different ways of delivering quality advice.

You must have good written English and be able to make and justify difficult decisions; be open and responsive to constructive feedback and be able to give the same feedback to others. Applicants must work in Scotland and be knowledgeable about Scottish debt solutions. Attention to detail and good time management skills are also essential.

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Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

SNSIAP Peer Reviewers

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Home-working
  • Closing 12th June 2022

Are you an experienced housing adviser, supervisor or trainer in Scotland interested in making a difference?

If you are, would you like to become a SNSIAP peer reviewer?

Scottish Legal Aid Board (SLAB) are recruiting new SNSIAP peer reviewers in housing, and. We are looking for people who are confident in their subject knowledge of housing or welfare benefits advice who can be objective about other people’s work and who appreciate that there are many different ways of delivering quality advice.

You must have good written English and be able to make and justify difficult decisions; be open and responsive to constructive feedback and be able to give the same feedback to others. Attention to detail and good time management skills are also essential.

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