The EU Settlement Scheme Adviser will undertake and be responsible for the provision of advice, information and practical support to Clients and their families who want to make an application to the EU Settlement Scheme.
· Provide advice, information and practical support to vulnerable clients who want to apply to the EU settlement scheme.
· Liaise with local stakeholders, groups and organisations to ensure the public are aware of the scheme.
· Maintain, strengthen and develop relationships with local statutory and voluntary organisations.
· Maintain expertise in relevant legislation and guidance.
· Produce reports and collate all operational and statistical information as may be required for the purposes of monitoring and reviewing the objectives of the service.
· Provide support for volunteers and staff in bureaux on EUSS issues.
· To record, update and maintain information on a case management system for the purpose of continuity of casework, information retrieval, statistical monitoring and report preparation to ensure that all work meets quality standards and the requirements of the funder.
Carry out other duties as specified by the Deputy Manager and required by the exigencies of the post.
For further information please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification.
This is an office based post however, due to the current situation the ability to work from home may also be required.
Application Pack (no CV’s please) or more information if required can be requested from and returned to: firstname.lastname@example.org or if the link is available please download the application pack and return to the email address above directly.
Please return your application form by Thursday 22nd October at 12noon.
Interviews to take place on: 27th October 2020 by Zoom.
Start Date: Monday 2nd November 2020