A typical day of a Financial Wellbeing Worker:
The ‘Financial Wellbeing Service’ is part of the new Support Hub aimed at providing a responsive, person centred
support to veterans with sight loss. You will be involved in the day-to-day delivery of the Financial Wellbeing
service ensuring the highest standard of service is delivered in a person-centred manner. You will provide
financial wellbeing advice & information, carry out financial assessments and benefit checks. You may also
be required to assist with grant or financial assistance applications. With support from the financial wellbeing
lead you will be responsible for managing your own workload including scheduling, delivering and recording
outcomes of the financial wellbeing service.
We are looking for:
A conscientious, creative, enthusiastic individual who is highly motivated and skilled to plan and organise
opportunities for financial support for veterans with sight loss. It is preferable that you have experience of
working in a similar role and experience of delivering group information sessions would be beneficial. You will
have an awareness of veterans and individuals with sight loss’s need with an ability to build rapport
You will have proficient IT skills and the ability to use Word/Excel/Teams/Zoom with knowledge of electronic
administrative and record keeping systems.
You will have a passion or interest in financial wellbeing with a desire to support veterans to maximise their income
and maintain their independence. You will be willing to travel to engage with veterans and other organisations
to increase access to the financial wellbeing service across Scotland.
Generous annual leave entitlement which increases after 4 years’ service, Generous pension scheme, Access to learning
and development opportunities and many more, please visit our website for more information.
If you are enthusiastic and could make a difference to a Veteran with Sight loss, we would love to hear from you.
We're one of Scotland's oldest charities - for more than two centuries, we've been supporting and
empowering people with sight loss to live fulfilling lives. We're proud of all we've achieved in the
past - but we have our sights set firmly on the future.
We're determined that no-one should face sight loss alone. We're committed to improving, diversifying and
growing our services to make sure we can reach many more people with sight loss - when and where they need