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SOUTH WEST LONDON LAW CENTRES

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JOB ADVERT – Money Advice Caseworker

South West London Law Centres (SWLLC), one of the largest and most progressive Law Centres in the country, is seeking replace an existing money advice casework post

 

 

There is considerable demand for the work of the law centre.  We get over 60,000 calls for assistance each year and 9,000 people are helped through services delivered by SWLLC.  We help people at some of their most difficult times of their lives to resolve their legal problems.  As part of a small team of case workers and volunteers you will to resolve clients money advice issues through a mixture of casework and guided advice as part of the London- wide Capitalise project funded by the Money Advice Service. 

 

 

POST:    Money Advice Caseworker

 

Salary: Up to £27,267 p a scale 27 subject to experience and if qualified as a Debt Intermediary £28,049

 

Reports to: Debt Team Leader

 

Line Manages:  Volunteers assigned to the project

 

Functional Links: Board of Trustees, CEO, Client Services Manager, Head of Legal Practice, Finance Manager, Team Leaders, Branch Administrators

 

Term:    Permanent (subject to grant funding with the funder – Capitalise)

 

Based at: Croydon Travel to our other SW London offices as required

 

 

The closing date for the post is 5pm On Monday 27th February 2017 with interviews soon after. The post is available for a start towards the end of March 2017. If you would like to discuss the post further, please email recruitment@swllc.org. Applications should be made on our application form.

 

Please click here for the application form.

Please click here for the application job description & here for the organisation summary & context of the post