Join Our Team We are recruiting!

We are recruiting in our Eastbourne and Hove offices.

 

Eastbourne based opportunities.

We are delighted to receive funding from the National Lottery Community Fund to support the growth and sustainability of our partnership work with Surviving Economic Abuse.

Surviving Economic Abuse and Money Advice Plus have been working together since 2018 to respond to the complex money and debt advice needs of victim-survivors of domestic abuse.  Economic abuse is a form of coercive and controlling behaviour: 95% of women who experience domestic abuse will experience economic abuse. It limits their choices and ability to access safety.

The following posts are funded by National Lottery Community Fund.

All posts are open to female applicants only as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

 

 

Financial Support Line Service Manager

Are you excited about working for an award-winning partnership as part of an inspirational team delivering real change for women and girls? Are you an experienced service manager who is passionate about managing people and promoting quality standards? If you have the vision to lead an innovative service making lasting changes for victim-survivors of abuse, then we’d love to hear from you.

Service Manager – Full time (35 hours per week). Salary: £37,000 a year.  Location: Eastbourne, with some remote working.  Contract: fixed term contract until 31st March 2025

Closing date for applications: 5pm Monday 23rd May 

Interviews will be held:  Monday 6 June or Thursday 9 June 

FSL Service Manager Job Description and Person Specification

To apply please email your C.V with a supporting statement which shows how you feel you meet the person specification and the equal opportunities monitoring form to sue.pattenden@moneyadviceplus.org.uk

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Financial Support Line Money Adviser

Thanks to funding by the National Lottery Community Fund, Money Advice Plus are looking to welcome a new member to join their Money Advisers on the innovative and award-winning Financial Support Line and Casework Service for Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Part-Time Qualified Money Adviser – 14 hours a week.  Salary £26,466 – £28,226 pro rata.  Location Eastbourne, would consider remote working on request, dependant on skills and experience.  Contract: Permanent

Trainee Money Adviser – Full time (35 hours per week) from Oct 2022.  Salary £21,695 – £23,023 pro rata a year.  Location Eastbourne.  Contract: Fixed term contract until 31st September 2023 as Trainee Money Advisor with extension as Qualified Money Advisor until 31st March 2025 subject to passing qualifications and meeting expectations of the role.

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Trainee Money Adviser – Part time (20 hours per week) from July 2022 – October 2022 may also be available. Please indicate willingness to be considered for either/both in your application.

FSL Money Adviser or Trainee Money Adviser Job Description and Person Specification

Closing date for applications: Monday 30th May 2022 at 10am

Interviews will be held on: 13 June in person in Eastbourne office

To apply either email your C.V with a supporting statement which shows how you feel you meet the person specification or complete the following 2 part application form. Please also email a completed equal opportunities monitoring form with either style of application.

Please email your application to: sue.pattenden@moneyadviceplus.org.uk

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Financial Support Line Administrator and Casework Assistant

Thanks to funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, Money Advice Plus are looking to welcome a new member to their team to join their innovative and award-winning Financial Support Line and Casework Service for Victims of Domestic Abuse as our administrator and casework assistant.  

Administrator and casework assistant: Full time (35 hours per week). Salary: £20,043 to £20,852 a year.  Location: Eastbourne.  Contract: fixed term contract until 31st March 2025

Closing date for applications:  Monday 23 May at 10am

Interviews will be held on:  Monday 30 May in person in Eastbourne office

FSL Administrator and Casework Assistant Job Description and Person Specification

To apply either email your C.V with a supporting statement which shows how you feel you meet the person specification or complete the following 2 part application form. Please also email a completed equal opportunities monitoring form with either style of application.

Please email your application to: sue.pattenden@moneyadviceplus.org.uk

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Hove based opportunities.

 

Finance Worker

We are expanding our Finance Team and looking to welcome a new member to the team.

Money Advice Plus is a well-established, award-winning Money Advice charity working both locally in the Brighton and Hove area, and nationally. We manage the money for vulnerable people, using accounting software. Finance Worker’s duties are related to the client account and keeping track of transactions, interacting with other employees to support client’s needs. 

Finance worker Job Description and Person Specification

 Closing date: 10am Tuesday 24th May 2022   

Interviews to be scheduled in week beginning 30th May 2022   

To apply either send us your C.V with a supporting statement which shows how you feel you meet the person specification or complete the following 2 part application form and equal opportunities monitoring form

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Please email your application and equal opportunities form to: rachel.carpenter@moneyadviceplus.org.uk

 

 

Dear Applicants 

If you are invited to an interview, you will be asked to show at the interview original copies of documentation that provides evidence of your right to live and work in the UK.   

 If you are offered a job, before confirming the offer we will need to  

  • carry out a Disclosure and Barring Service check  
  • obtain 2 satisfactory references.  Our preference is that one should be from the last or current place where you worked or volunteered  

Thank you for your interest in working for Money Advice Plus and we look forward to receiving your application.  Usually, we don’t acknowledge applications and if you haven’t heard from us within seven days of the closing date, unfortunately, your application has been unsuccessful.

Money Advice Plus aims to be an equal opportunities employer.  We want our organisation to reflect the diversity of the population we serve and we welcome applications from people from all backgrounds, especially, including people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. We strictly follow our equal opportunities guidelines when recruiting.  

 

Volunteer Opportunities – we are not recruiting volunteers at present

Becoming a volunteer at Money Advice Plus helps us help those most in need in the community. Our volunteers provide a valuable service while gaining experience working with clients and as part of a charity.

If you understand the importance of client confidentiality and have a few hours or more to spare each month, then we’d really like to hear from you. You’ll get excellent job satisfaction, knowing you’ll be making a real difference to the lives of people in the local community.

In return for your commitment, you’ll get training and support for any tasks or areas of work in which you are particularly interested. We recognise volunteering is a two-way process and we’re committed to help provide the experience and support each volunteer wants to get from working with us.

What tasks can a volunteer do?

You can help us in a variety of ways including:

  • fundraising
  • assisting with marketing and publicity
  • assisting with our projects
  • general administration
  • doing research for products for clients

and much more…

We have a range of role descriptions, but you may also have other ways you could use your time, skills and knowledge to help our work

Reception volunteer role description Oct 18

Operations Support volunteer role description Oct 18

Appeals volunteer role description Oct 18

How to become a volunteer

If you think you could give us some of your time, either on an hourly, weekly or monthly basis, complete and return this form volunteer-expression-of-interest July 19

Volunteers would be subject to a Criminal Records Bureau (DBS) check as you’d be coming into contact with vulnerable people.

Trustee opportunities

As a charity we are governed by a Board of Trustees.  We welcome people who are representative of the whole range of the community and are able to volunteer their time, skills and knowledge.  If you are interested in becoming a Trustee, please have a look at the role description and send a copy of your C.V. to the Chief Executive, Karen Perrier.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of becoming a trustee before applying, please contact Karen Perrier on 01273 664000 or karen.perrier@moneyadviceplus.org.uk

Trustee role description

Money Advice Plus Aims to be an equal opportunities employer

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