• CLOSED Job Vacancy: Money Matters Specialist Part-Time

    Posted on April 19, 2017 by in Work For Us

    Money Matters Specialist (Part Time)

    Part of BBO Community Matters

    Job Title:                  Money Management and Benefits Advisor

    Scale:                         £4,125 (£20,625 per annum equivalent)

    Reporting to:           BBO Project Lead

    Hours of work:       7.5 hours per week (one day or two half days a week)

    Holidays:                  25 days annual leave (pro-rata)

    Based in:                    Dudley

    Closing Date EXTENDED to Friday 26th May 2017 5pm


    Building Better Opportunities Community Matters is an exciting new multi-million pound programme tackling poverty and social exclusion faced by the most disadvantaged people in England.

    Summit House has been selected as a delivery partner by Heart of England Community Foundation and will be providing employment support for the over 16’s across Dudley and Sandwell.

    The BBO Money Management and Benefits Advisor is a hands-on role that will help participants on the Community Matters programme access the Money Management and Benefits advise they need to move forward in their lives.

    Many clients face money and benefits barriers when considering a return to work or moving from one benefit to another. It is hoped this specialist service will assist in removing those barriers.

    Full details can be downloaded below.


    Please download and complete both the application form and equality monitoring form below. There is also a guidance notes document that you might find helpful when filling in the application.

    (We do not accept CV’s)

    Application form 2017

    Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form

    applicants guidance notes

    Please return these by email to Martin@shsl.org.uk or by post to Martin Hogg- BBO team Leader at our Brindley House Address. Closing Date EXTENDED to 26th May 2017 5pm

    Any queries about the job? call Martin on 07870 565 884 or email mthogg(at)mac.com


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