Outreach Advisor

Outreach Advisor

Salary: £24,083 to £27,675   ( dependent on experience)
Hours: 36.25 hours per week.
Employee Benefits: Employer pension 6%
Employer Assistance Programme
Holidays: 28 days plus bank holidays

The Role

To provide advice from a combination of Citizens Advice Salford outlets and partner locations, across the city as required over the course of the week between the hours of 9am -4.30pm. The work will be undertaken without supervision so the successful applicant will have experience of working independently in an advice setting across all social welfare categories.

The right candidate will have experience of working with vulnerable clients from any of the following: those who are experiencing domestic abuse, homelessness, substance dependency, where English is not their first language or who are experiencing mental ill health.

We have an experienced and supportive adviser team so we look forward to the right candidate joining us!

What we give our staff

We truly value our colleagues – and we show that in what we offer.

We have a Family Friendly Policy that gives employees access to generous paid carers, maternity, paternity and adoption leave. We provide generous annual leave entitlement, a perks package offering some great discounts at high street brands through BHSF and a pension scheme with NEST. We also offer great learning and development opportunities and an Employee assistance programme that provides access to free medical advice, counselling and legal advice from Irwin Mitchell solicitors.

Citizens Advice Salford recognises the positive value of diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We aim at all times to recruit the person who is most suited to the job and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from disabled, Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic people, as they are currently under represented in our workforce.

Recruitment Timeline

Closing date: 24/07/24  at 9am

Contact

gareth.hughes@citizensadvicesalford.org.uk if you would like to discuss the post 

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