Wis£rmoney is a strategic partnership between two registered Charities, Navigate CIO and Encompass Southwest. Wis£rmoney operates across Devon and Somerset providing services for people who are experiencing poverty, hardship and financial exclusion. We are seeking to recruit:
2 x Trainee Money Advice Caseworkers, full training will be provided for the successful candidates. Salary £17,024 to £20.207 Per annum (pro rata) depending on experience, part or full time considered 22.5 to 37.5 hours per week. 12 month contract, home based – able to travel to deliver services in Devon and Somerset. Applications close on the 4th September 2020. Interviews to be held on the 9th and 10th September.
We are looking for two individuals with practical experience of supporting others in a paid or voluntary capacity, who have an understanding of the processes, procedures and ethics of the advice sector but most importantly, someone who is able to build rapport with and be sensitive to the needs of the service user who are facing crisis and may have multiple and complex needs – an ability to work with and advise vulnerable service users in a way that promotes there rights, dignity and independence.
1 x Communication and Learning Coordinator, salary £23,048 to £25,163 per annum (pro rata) depending on experience, 30 hours per weeks, 12 month contract, home based covering the districts of Torridge and West Devon. Applications close on the 4th September 2020. Interviews to be held on the 9th and 10th September.
Transitions is a partnership project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund delivering financial inclusion and advice services across two deeply rural Devon districts, West Devon and Torridge, with the overarching aims to improve the lives and financial wellbeing of individuals and families living across both districts and to strengthen the resilience of the individuals and communities we work with, build community cohesion and reduce social isolation.
We are looking for a professional, creative and confident individual with a passion for helping others, an effective communicator who enjoys sharing knowledge and ideas in community settings and to different audiences, both face to face and virtually.
We are looking for someone who understands the impact rurality, financial hardship and exclusion has on individuals and families. A person able to work as part of a team and work self-directed. Someone who can lead effective consultation with our clients and referral and community partners, analyse, report and disseminate the results to our funders and trustees and share key messages and stories through social media. A community builder, with strong networking skills and experience of organising public events.
To request an application pack for the posts listed above or seek further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01823 299050