Project Worker (Money Advisor)

Opportunities available in Central Scotland in both East and West

We are recruiting Money Advice Workers to support the development of our Money and Debt Advice. This is an exciting opportunity to join our National and Local Money Advice Teams as we develop the offer Money and Debt Advice at a time when the financial pressures can have such a negative impact on family life.

You will be building relationships with families in the community and in their homes, supporting them with income maximisation and money advice.  For more details on this role please read the candidate pack in the related documents below.

Further Information

These are permanent, full time posts of 35 hours per week.

Hours to be worked flexibly to suit the needs of the service (evenings and occasional weekends will be required)

Closing date: Tuesday 10 May at noon. It is anticipated that Interviews will be held on Thursday 19 May 2022.

  • Job title: Project Worker (Money Advisor)
  • Reference number: CFS22/19
  • Closing date: 10/05/2022 12:00
  • Interview date: It is anticipated that the interviews will take place on Wednesday 19 May 2022
  • Salary: £27,477 to £32,076

To apply, please download and complete the attached 3 forms below (A, B and C) and email completed forms to: hr@children1st.org.uk

Alternately, if you are unable to email us, postal applications may be sent to Human Resources, Children 1st, 83 Whitehouse Loan, Edinburgh, EH9 1AT.

Please also refer to the ‘Job Description and Person Specification’ and ‘Terms and Conditions’ for further information as per relevant documents attached below.

For further information or enquiries, please email: hr@children1st.org.uk

At Children 1st we are committed to building an inclusive and diverse team that represents all communities across Scotland and creating a culture where we are all genuinely able to be ourselves and participate and thrive without prejudice or barriers. We aim to proactively develop anti-racist and inclusive approaches throughout our work, and we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, marginalised groups, and individuals with multiple experiences of marginalisation, who reflect our values.