Welfare Benefits Case Worker – Job Opportunity

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

 

Welfare Benefits Caseworker

 

Hours:                  37 per week. Part time hours would be considered.

This is a fixed term contract until 30th June 2019 (contract may be extended past this date)

 

Salary:                 £24,184 to £25,984, depending upon experience

SCP28-30 (pro rata)

 

Location:             Position available in Walsall

 

Citizens Advice Dudley Borough is a charity that offers free, impartial and independent advice to over 15,000 people per year, resolving 55,000 advice issues to diverse communities across the borough, many of whom often have complex support needs or complex casework issues.

 

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced advisor to join our existing team of Macmillan caseworkers working across Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall hospital settings providing advice and casework to cancer patients.

 

This position is to work in Walsall Manor Hospital and Goscote Palliative Care Centre. You will need to have a minimum 12 months knowledge and experience, or for part time, the equivalent, of providing generalist advice specialising in welfare benefits and be able to demonstrate the ability to undertake casework.

 

Closing Date:                      Friday 8th June 2018 by 4:00pm

Interview dates:                  Thursday 14th and Friday 15th June 2018

Contract start date:            ASAP

 

If you are enthusiastic, committed to making a difference to the lives of patients with Cancer and interested in the post, please contact Citizens Advice Dudley Borough for an application pack via email on Advice@dudleycabx.org or if you would like to position in more detail please contact Nikki Saunders, Advice Service Manager on 07929 343025

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