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Money Matters Coordinator
Hours: 29 hours per week over 4 days
Salary: £16,693 per ammum
Closing date for completed applications: 5pm on Thursday 20th March 2014
We are currently looking to recruit for a Money Matters Coordinator who will help to establish, develop and coordinate the project including recruiting, training and supervising a group of volunteers to act as money mentors. The position requires somebody who has financial experience (including establishing, using, controlling and monitoring financial and other records), experience of working with volunteers and an understanding of the challenges facing older people who wish to remain independent and living in their own home.
The Money Matters Project will be funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund for five years. Money Matters is a new project which addresses the issues of money management and debt problems facing older people across Cheshire. The service will provide ‘hands on’ practical support via home visits which can include:
• Maximising income by claiming benefits
• Reducing expenditure by challenging debts and negotiating payment plans
• Comparing and switching utilities and services
• Arranging easy and convenient bill payments
• Reducing paperwork and unwanted mail
• Setting up simple and effective filing systems which people can then manage
• Decreasing other household costs
Hours are based on working 29 hours per week over 4 days. Office base: Hartford (with travel required across Cheshire). Salary: £16,693 per annum. This post is subject to an Enhanced Criminal Disclosure plus check of Adults Barred list.
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