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Money and Benefits Advice Worker (Mental Health), (Part Time, Fixed Term), Stirling District Citizens Advice bureau

Job Details

Job title
Money and Benefits Advice Worker (Mental Health)
Closing date
Friday 17 February 2017
Interviews
W/C Monday 20 February 2017
Location
Stirling
Hours per week
14
Type of contract
Fixed Term for 3 years
Salary
AP4 Spinal Point 30 - £26,065 pro rata for 14 hrs plus 3% employers’ contributory pension

More about the job

About the job

The service is targeted at people experiencing mental health problems, living in the community, and assists with the prevention of disadvantage within this care group.  It operates as an integral part of service provision.

The provision of a holistic and reactive client led advice, information and representation/advocacy service (Welfare Rights and Financial Inclusion/Debt) fully accessible throughout the CAB outreach sites throughout Stirling District, but primarily at our key collaborator Action in Mind premises and the Livilands Community Hospital.

A 2nd tier consultancy support service to front line mental health professionals on rights, financial inclusion and associated social/welfare / legal matters for their clients/patients

CAB bespoke training on the aforementioned key issues to build the capacity of front line mental health professionals

An evidence gathering / campaigning role for clients experiencing long term mental ill health;  to assist with the social policy function of CAB and the research requirements of the key collaborator Action in Mind.    

 

How to apply

You can download an application form from the links below, or for further information contact Craig Anderson, Bureau Manager on 01786 464773 or email craiganderson@stirlingcab.casonline.org.uk