Glasgow North West Citizens Advice Service
Glasgow North West Citizens Advice Service

Charity registered in Scotland SC005641


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GNWCAB is celebrating 37 years of providing excellent information and advice services to local communities. If you are interested in becoming an important part of a vibrant and dynamic organisation, and have a passion for advice work, then this could be the very role for you!

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The main requirements of the role will be to provide a range of excellent 1:1 financial inclusion advice and information to clients, and provide cover for outreaches in the wider communities as and when required. Helping out with the front line of the main GNWCAB core advice service, you will ensure that clients and third parties are directed through the most appropriate route to service in an efficient and courteous manner. Maintaining and following GNWCAB procedures and protocols to ensure an efficient and high quality service at all times will be of utmost importance.

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NHS/SLAB Projects Adviser

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 20th July 2018

GNWCAB is celebrating 37 years of providing excellent information and advice services to local communities. If you are interested in becoming an important part of a vibrant and dynamic organisation, and have a passion for advice work, then this could be the very role for you!

Synopsis -

The main requirements of the role will be to provide a range of excellent 1:1 financial inclusion advice and information to clients in GP Practices and Health Centres, and provide cover for outreaches in the wider communities as and when required. You will ensure that clients and third parties are directed through the most appropriate route to service in an efficient and courteous manner, and maintain excellent networking with NHS professionals and GPs. Maintaining and following GNWCAB procedures and protocols to ensure an efficient and high quality service at all times will be of utmost importance.

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This vacancy has now closed

GNWCAB is celebrating 37 years of providing excellent information and advice services to local communities. If you are interested in becoming an important part of a vibrant and dynamic organisation, and have a passion for advice work, then this could be the very role for you!

The main requirements of the role will be to provide a range of excellent 1:1 financial inclusion advice and information to clients in the Possilpark Library outreach. This is an important role in its remit of supporting the front line of the main GNWCAB core advice service, and you will ensure that clients and third parties are directed through the most appropriate route to service in an efficient and courteous manner. Maintaining and following GNWCAB procedures and protocols to ensure an efficient and high quality service at all times will be of utmost importance.

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Equalities Project Adviser

  • Part time
  • £23,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 1st October 2018

GNWCAB is celebrating 37 years of providing excellent information and advice services to local communities. If you are interested in becoming an important part of a vibrant and dynamic organisation, and have a passion for advice work, then this could be the very role for you!

Synopsis -

The main requirements of the role will be to provide a range of excellent 1:1 advice and information, with an emphasis on immigration/asylum advice, to clients coming into the main officer and at various outreaches in the wider community. There will also be a requirement to deliver training to new volunteers and to other organisations across Glasgow City. Full training will be provided for the successful candidate in the advice areas specific to the Project and in volunteer training. This is an important role in its remit of supporting the front line of the main GNWCAB core advice service and the Equalities Project itself, and you will ensure that clients and third parties are directed through the most appropriate route to service in an efficient and courteous manner. Maintaining and following GNWCAB procedures and protocols to ensure an efficient and high quality service at all times will be of utmost importance.

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Universal Support Adviser

  • Full time or Part time
  • £21,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 26th November 2018

GNWCAB is celebrating 37 years of providing excellent information and advice services to local communities. If you are interested in becoming an important part of a vibrant and dynamic organisation, and have a passion for advice work, then this could be the very role for you!

Synopsis -

The main requirements of the role will be to provide a range of excellent 1:1 generalist universal credit support and benefits advice and information to clients, and provide cover for outreaches in the wider communities as and when required. Helping out with the front line of the main GNWCAB core advice service, you will ensure that clients and third parties are directed through the most appropriate route to service in an efficient and courteous manner. Maintaining and following GNWCAB procedures and protocols to ensure an efficient and high quality service at all times will be of utmost importance. Full, high quality in-house training will be provided for the successful candidates.

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Top job! Chief Executive

  • Full time
  • £36,500 – £38,500
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 14th December 2018

GNWCAB is seeking a Chief Executive with exceptional business acumen and enthusiasm to lead our team of volunteers and paid staff, and to work with the Board of Directors in delivering our strategic plans.

This is an exciting role for candidates who are highly-motivated and able to meet competing challenges including performance management. The post requires excellent organisation and communication skills with effective time management. The successful candidate will have proven managerial experience and sound financial and risk management skills.

The successful candidate will apply innovative approaches to developing the Bureau’s services and reputation to attract and sustain income generation in line with the Bureau’s strategic priorities.

Fundraising and experience in the voluntary sector would be advantageous. A commitment to partnership working and developing networking relationships with stakeholders and partners is essential.

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