Excited about driving continuous improvement in the quality of debt advice?
Have 2 years of debt casework experience, securing the best possible outcome for clients?
Looking for a role that will make a real difference to society?
If you can answer yes to all of the above, this position could be your pathway to achieving your career goals.
Citizens Advice Gateshead is an independent charity and an affiliated member of the national Citizens Advice network. Our vision is for a fair society for all, with lives well lived. Our mission is to mobilise knowledge so the system works, it works for everyone, and it powers the changes we need to be an equal and inclusive society. To achieve this, we deliver services locally to almost 13,000 people a year, and support over 400,000 people nationally through digital advice and information services, including the discrimination advice service.
This newly formed role has been introduced to manage all aspects of our highly valued Money Advice and Pension service contract. It will involve monitoring and continually improving the quality and recording of our debt advice through structured, adviser-centred supervision, supporting Citizens Advice Gateshead to continually improve the effectiveness and consistency of our working practices and the support we deliver to clients. Where appropriate the Money Advice Specialist will also undertake debt casework to provide the best possible outcome for clients facing more complex and challenging issues.
The successful candidate will have at least 2 years of debt casework experience, having consistently secured the best possible outcome for clients. They will also hold a current Certificate in Money Advice and Practice or Level three Diploma in Debt and Money Advice, or will be able to achieve this standard within six months of commencing the role. We are looking for someone with the confidence to network and share good practice with external providers and partners, whilst internally they will be able to manage sometimes conflicting deadlines and prioritise work, with a robust commitment to putting the needs of the client first.
The Money Advice Specialist will join a charity with strong social values and a clear vision that is innovative and forward thinking. As well as your primary function you will also be involved in a range of organisational development and fundraising initiatives so we can achieve our goal of being an enduring, dynamic charity that never stands still until we have a fair society for all, with lives well lived.
|How to apply||Email to request an application pack firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hours of Work||37 hours per week, Monday to Friday with occasional out of hours working|
|Holidays||Pro rata 22 days rising to 25 after 2 years plus Bank Holidays per annum|
|Salary||£24,464 - £25,570 per annum|
|Closing date||23rd August 2019|
|Interviews||2nd September 2019|