Breakthrough – Help Through Crisis Project Worker 

Location
Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Salary
£11,793
Posted
23 Oct 2018
Closes
12 Nov 2018
Sectors
Public Sector
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Citizens Advice Hull and East Riding (CAH&ER) has a number of vacancies as a result of a period of successful growth and development.  If you are seeking full time employment we are happy to consider applications from candidates with the right experience and skills, for two roles to make full time hours. 

Breakthrough – Help Through Crisis Project Worker

Ref: 2018/HTCPW

Based in Hull

Part time employment: 18.5 hours per week – funded by Big Lottery until June 2021

Salary: £23,586   Actual: £11,793

Working from local Citizens Advice offices and a variety of community venues, the post-holders will work with people in, or at risk of crisis (such as homelessness, food poverty etc). Through advocacy and advice work they will address the underlying cause of the client’s situation, with the aim of halting the crisis and building client resilience to prevent future crisis situations occurring. 

The post holder will work very closely with a range of partners to ensure a holistic service and smooth referrals are made to the right services to best meet client need.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate recent experience of advice work, with a good knowledge of debt, benefits and housing in particular.

For an application form email.

CVs will NOT be accepted. 

Candidates will be required to successfully complete the MAS accreditation requirements within 6 months - full training and support provided.

The closing date for all posts is: 12 noon on Monday 12 November 2018.

The Citizens Advice Service ensures fairness for all by advising people about their rights and responsibilities, and by influencing policy makers. Many people working in Citizens Advice are volunteers

The Citizens Advice Service is committed to valuing diversity and promoting equality. We encourage and welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates from all backgrounds regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.