Social Welfare Law Adviser (Money Advice)

[Trainee considered]

Role: Social Welfare Law Advisor (Money Advice) [Trainee considered]

Experienced: £23,023 – £26,975 (pro-rata where required)

Trainee: £21,900 – £22,129 (pro-rata where required)

Full time is based on 35 hours per week

Hours: 26-28 hours per week (Part time over a minimum of 3 days)

This is an in-office based role working across Bury & Bolton, with some outreach delivery.

After initial training, 25% home working option, dependent on business need.

Closing Date: 20th May, 10am
Interviews:  31st May 2024

Citizens Advice Bury & Bolton (CABB) is a leading provider of legal advice and information, supporting tens of thousands of clients every year. We are a busy, client focused and dynamic service with a track record of delivering high quality advice.

If you are looking for a new challenge, and the opportunity to obtain a professional qualification – this could be the perfect opportunity for you to support our local communities.

For trainees, you will receive plenty of support to develop and flourish. Our experienced advisors, supervisors and manager will help you reach advisor level.

Our communities are facing unprecedented challenges with rising costs. The cost of living crisis is directly impacting on individuals and families; many of whom are making tough choices whether to eat or heat.

The post holder will work as part of a well-established team, providing a reliable and effective money advice service, across all advice channels and access points, utilised by Citizens Advice Bury & Bolton.

Our Money Advice team provide support and empower clients to manage their finances, maximise income and assess their best strategies and options to address their debt issues long term.


The postholder will have:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills to engage with a range of clients, and internal and external stakeholders of various levels.
  • Excellent organisational skills with the ability to adapt, prioritise deadlines and competing tasks in a fast-paced environment.


At CABB, we value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from disabled people, people with physical or mental health conditions, LGBT+ and non-binary people, and people from racially minoritised communities.

To Apply

Here is the full job pack, which includes full details of the role and person specification.


Your CV & covering letter should be sent to, clearly stating the role you are applying for. 

Applications received after the closing date & time (see top of page), will not be considered.

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