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Exciting employment opportunity – Advocacy Service – Service supervisor (Job reference: AS09)

We are currently recruiting for a service supervisor within our Advocacy Service (job reference: AS09).  The ideal candidate must have significant management experience alongside an excellent understanding of independent advocacy and the statutory framework in which it is delivered.

For more details, visit our employment opportunities page.  Closing date: 9.00am on Wednesday, 20 March 2019.

Advice services supervisor (Job reference: AS2 01-19)

We are currently recruiting for an advice services supervisor (job reference: AS2 01-19).  The ideal candidate will be an experienced and resilient manager, with a sound knowledge of advice delivery including benefits and debt and a passion for ensuring excellence for our clients.

For more details, visit our employment opportunities page.  Closing date: 9.00am on Monday, 18 February 2019.

Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill Submission

We have submitted written evidence to the parliamentary committee looking at the Mental Capacity Amendment Bill, as we are concerned about serious shortcomings ín the Bill that will leave many of our most vulnerable clients with weaker safeguards for their rights and wellbeing than they have under the current system. Read our submission to see more.

Exciting new opportunity for trainee debt advice worker

We are currently recruiting for trainee debt advice workers (job reference: TDC1 01-19) within our debt advice team.  This is an exciting and new opportunity for anyone who has a passion for helping people and want to make a difference.

For more details, visit our employment opportunities page.  Closing date: 9.00am on Monday, 4 February 2019.

Exciting employment opportunity – independent advocate (Job Reference: AS08)

Citizens Advice Sheffield, one of the country’s largest and most dynamic Local Citizens Advice, and our advocacy services exist to provide a free, independent and confidential service for people who need independent advocacy support.

We work with a wide range of people who are vulnerable and who need health or social care services.  This includes people with mental health problems, learning disabilities, dementia and brain injuries.  We work with young people, adults and older people from all backgrounds and a wide range of communities.  Many of our clients don’t have anyone else to support them.

Employment opportunity

Citizens Advice Sheffield, one of the country’s largest and most dynamic Local Citizens Advice, is launching a new support service for people claiming universal credit. Universal Support is an exciting opportunity to enable us to make a difference and we are delighted to be recruiting a new team to help us deliver it.

There is currently a role for a customer assessment and support worker (Job reference: CASO 01), for more details, visit our employment opportunities page.  Closing date: 10.00am on Monday, 14 January 2019.