Important Reminders

Trainee Debt Caseworker

  • Do you like to work as part of a team but also like being independent and resourceful?
  • Are you passionate about working for an organisation that is committed to making a difference and making society fairer?

If so you can help us.  We are looking to employ a:

Trainee Debt Caseworker

12 Month fixed term contract

37 hours / week

Salary: £21,589

Start date: ASAP, latest by middle of August

We are looking to recruit a Trainee Debt Caseworker. In this varied role, you will be responsible to our Specialist Services Manager.   As the member of CAS “Specialist Debt Team” you will undertake debt casework to assist clients with debt issues.

The successful applicant would be initially home working with the view of also working from the office on certain days in the future, depending on the development of the current Covid19 situation.

The successful applicant would be allocated to our Shrewsbury Office but must be able to meet the travel requirements of the post and be able to work flexibly around the county if required.

If you are a trained and experienced Debt Caseworker / Money Adviser, you can also inquire on the email address below.

Further details and application form (no CVs) are available to download below:

Please note that we are able to accept completed applications only via email.

Jackie Jeffrey, Chief Executive Officer, Citizens Advice Shropshire


Armed Forces Survey

If you are aged over 16, live in Shropshire (including Telford & Wrekin) and have a connection to the British Armed Forces (Regular Armed Forces personnel, Reservists, Veterans and family members), you’re invited to share your views using a short Survey. We are especially interested to hear your views if you have completed National Service.  The Survey, part of a Joint Armed Forces Needs Assessment that is being delivered by Shropshire Council and Telford & Wrekin Council, offers a real opportunity to help shape how the Armed Forces Covenant will be delivered locally in the future.

Either follow the link or email for a hard copy.

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