Role: Money Support Worker
Location: Hove Office Based
Salary: NJC point 6-8 £19,698 to £20,493 gross per annum pro rata
Hours: 35 hours pw – part-time applicants welcome (minimum 14 hours)
Closing date: 10am Monday 7th February 2022
Interview by video conference: Monday 14th February 2022
Start date: as soon as possible
Full information about the job is here MSW Hove job description & person specification Feb 22
To apply either
send us your C.V together with a supporting statement which shows how you feel you meet the person specification, with reference to the job description to firstname.lastname@example.org
complete and send this 2 part application form Application-Form-part-1- Money Support Worker – Hove Application-Form-part-2
Would you please return a completed equal-opps-monitoring-recruitment. This will be anonymous and separated from your application. equal-opps-monitoring-recruitment
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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.
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:
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
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.
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If you would like to discuss any aspect of becoming a trustee before applying, please contact Karen Perrier on 01273 664000 or email@example.com