OISC Level 1 caseworker with Tier 4 experience - UK Visas


Posted: 28 October 2019


Job Title

OISC Level 1 caseworker with Tier 4 experience


UK Visas




Horsham, West Sussex

Deadline for applications

06 December 2019


Circa 30k


Jamie Bryant, [email protected]

Further information



UK Visas, a long established and highly reputable immigration firm based in West Sussex, with direct rail links to Croydon and London Bridge, requires a highly organised and competent Level 1 OISC adviser with particular experience in Tier 4 (Child) and (General) visa categories to join our team.

We are a small, busy practice, with several hundred corporate clients of varying sizes and a large number of individual clients, many of who we have worked with for many years.  Some 85% of our work is “repeat business” or direct referrals.

The successful applicant will play a major role in developing our business within the educational sector as we embark on our next business building strategy.

Main duties are:

    • Complete and submit visa applications across all sectors, set up biometric appointments and brief clients as required both in and out-of-country.
    • To respond to business enquiries gathered from our marketing drive within the educational sector.
    • To liaise with schools, ISCs, colleges and universities in preparing robust supporting documentation for the issuing of CAS.
    • Liasing with parents/students to gather supporting documents, check and assist with English/TB/financial requirements/guardian consents etc.

Applicants should be OISC Level 1, with at least two years’ case-working experience, including Tier 4 applications. 

Excellent English is essential, both written and spoken, along with a good telephone manner.  You should be confident, organised and outgoing and able to guide and re-assure applicants throughout the process.  Attention to detail is absolutely critical.

Full time preferred, although we may consider a part-time arrangement for the right applicant.

Excellent salary plus a company-wide, two-tier profit-sharing scheme. 



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