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- Full Time
Salary £26,263 per annum
Location Walsall, West Midlands
Contract: Full time (37 hours per week)
Closing Date: 26 September 2021
Our client has an exciting opportunity for a Money Advisor within their Housing team, to join them on a full time, temporary basis. This role provides support to customers by ensuring appropriate information and advice is given to assist them in sustaining tenancies.
Job responsibilities :
- Recent and relevant experience of working in a money management and advisory capacity.
- Recent and relevant experience of compiling income and expenditure financial statements.
- Recent and relevant experience of providing advice and guidance on welfare benefits and completing tailored benefit checks.
What they're looking for:
- Recent and relevant experience of providing advice on income maximisation, financial management and budgeting skills.
- Experience of dealing with customers in one to one situations
- Competence in the use of IT systems, with the ability to input and access data quickly and accurately using computerised software.
- Institute of Money Advice CERTmap accreditation or other recently accredited welfare benefits and debt training.
- Experience of working in the Social Housing Sector.
What’s in it for you?
In return, you will receive a competitive salary, 27 days annual leave (plus Christmas shut down), a defined benefit pension scheme, health cash plan, a range of shopping and leisure discounts.
Our clients are output focused and flexible and believe in giving colleagues the right balance of autonomy and support to enable them to work to their full potential. Despite the high expectation for performance and delivery, they are committed to ensuring colleagues have a healthy work-life balance and are able to work in agile ways which support them.
Their People Strategy presents a clear picture of how they will achieve their Corporate Plan aim, ‘Be an exceptional place to work that attracts, develops and retains talent’. The Strategy focuses on three key themes that help them support their colleagues to make a difference to their customers, the communities they serve and to themselves.
It is important to them that they have a diverse workforce, representative of the communities they serve. Equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) to them means colleagues living their values, dedicated to doing the right thing and exercising good judgement. This will encourage a culture where all can thrive, acknowledging that everyone is different; what matters to them is that everyone can come to work and feel comfortable to be themselves.
Our client is proud to be accredited as a Disability Confident Employer and ensure that disabled people and those with long term health conditions have the opportunity to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations while working with them. They want to make it clear that they welcome disabled applicants for all their roles. If in doubt look out for the Disability Confident logo.
Our client will ensure that their recruitment process is inclusive and accessible, and they will interview applicants with a disability if they meet the essential criteria for a role. They will also support existing colleagues with a disability or long-term health condition enabling them to stay in work, making reasonable adjustments if necessary.