Social Welfare Law Adviser (Money Advice)

(Trainee Considered)

Salary

Experienced: starting at £21,589 – £25,801

Trainee: £18,065 – £19,945

Hours 35 hours per week (full-time)
Closing Date 9am on 5th January, 2021
Interview Date 7th January. 

Citizens Advice Bury & Bolton is a busy, client focused and dynamic service with a track record of delivering high quality advice. We are on a mission – to help improve the financial and personal resilience of our local communities. 

The post holder will work as part of a well-established team, providing a reliable and effective money advice service. 

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.

Ideally, we are looking for candidates who can demonstrate recent and ongoing experience in delivering debt advice to a high standard. However, we will consider a trainee who will complete a comprehensive in-house training programme. 

The successful candidate will need to:

* be organised, self-motivated and able to work flexibly to a high standard to achieve both individual and team targets

* have excellent communication skills, be numerate and have excellent IT skills

* have some recent experience of the advice and/or financial sector

* demonstrate a commitment to the aims and principles of the Citizens Advice service. 

Click here to view the Role Description & Person Specification

To Apply:

Simply submit your CV to jobs@cabb.org.uk, by 9am on 5th January 2021.

Interviews are scheduled for 7th January and will take place via Zoom.

If invited to interview, we will ask you to submit a full application. 

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