Advice Worker 2 – Citizens Advice Essex

Posted on: March 22, 2021

Organisation: Citizens Advice Essex
Part-time, 30 hours per week
Salary circa £26 – 27K (pro rata where applicable) dependent on LCA
Location: Colchester
Deadline: 7 April, 2021

Citizens Advice Essex is the lead agency of consortium activities carried out by the network of local Citizens Advice (LCA) in Essex.

On their behalf, and due to our ongoing expansion and extension of some key contracts, we wish to appoint several key staff that will contribute to our extensive fuel poverty alleviation offer.

Advice Worker (Family Energy Advice)
Salary circa £26 – 27K (pro rata where applicable) dependent on LCA
Part-time, 30 hours per week
Colchester – 30 hours per week
Funded till October 2022.

We expect that postholders will have experience working with individuals to resolve problems relating to their welfare benefits and, more widely, their overall financial situation. Ideally, this will have been by delivering welfare benefits advice and casework in the not for profit advice sector. However, experience from other sectors could be relevant. If not already in possession, postholders will be supported to attain the City and Guilds qualification in Energy Advice.


Read more about how to apply here.

Author: Jade Bolton
Categories: News

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