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Advice Manager

Position: Advice Manager

Location: Bromsgrove & Redditch (Worcestershire)

Closing date: 12 March 2024

Role details

Job title:
Advice Manager

Location:
Bromsgrove & Redditch (Worcestershire)

Salary:
£32,076 to £33,945

Salary pro rata:
No

London allowance:
No

Hours per week:
37

Type of contract:
Permanent

Closing date for applications:
12/03/2024

Interview date:
25/03/2024

Link to job pack for application:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fOiH5zfqAkBvhYcYIn0IkX8r7hoYzM6SBLzVwHT0kSA/edit?usp=sharing Google Doc

Citizens Advice Bromsgrove & Redditch are looking for an experienced manager to join our senior leadership team to lead, develop and grow our core advice services initially across our two main locations. You will be experienced in managing and leading volunteer and staff teams, comfortable with facilitating change and responsible for our phone, face-to face and outreach centres as we expand our advice and support services. We are a fast growing charity with good local networking relationships and strong council support. If you have excellent people and communication skills, enjoy challenges, thrive on managing teams, gain satisfaction from delivering to objectives and have a desire to help others, then this is the role for you.

To apply please email your updated CV and a covering letter to Chief Officer at vacancies@cabr.org.uk using the email title “Advice Manager vacancy”.

Location: Primarily our Bromsgrove Office (50-52 Birmingham Road, Bromsgrove B61 0DD)

Hours: Full time (37 hrs p/w)

Remuneration: NJC Pay Scale SO1 – spinal point 23 -25 (£32,076 - £33,945) With a generous leave package and 6% Employers pension contribution.

Depending on the strength of applications we may consider a development post for the right candidate. Due to the potential number of applicants unfortunately we will not be able to enter into correspondence or discussion with unsuccessful candidates.

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