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Job Vacancy – Citizens Advice Waltham Forest

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Job Vacancy – Citizens Advice Waltham Forest Adviceline Adviser Citizens Advice Waltham Forest has a vacancy in their Adviceline team as Adviceline Adviser. Role purpose In Citizens Advice Waltham Forest, the public’s mail first point of contact is via Adviceline. Gateway assessment is the first point of contact for members of the public telephoning the… Read more »

Citizens Advice Job Vacancy – Money Matters Coach

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Money Matters Coach – Job Opportunity Citizens Advice Waltham Forest has an excellent job opportunity for a Money Matters Coach. There are currently two vacancies for 4 days a week and 2 days a week. The purpose of the role: Tackling disadvantage and the promotion of social inclusion through an integrated money, debt and employment… Read more »

Personal Budgeting Support

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Personal Budgeting Support Service Have you claimed, are receiving or been advised to claim Universal Credit? Do you want to know how to budget better and make your money go further? In partnership with Waltham Forest Council, Citizens Advice Waltham Forest is offering free personal budgeting support workshops and one to one appointments. We will… Read more »

Citizens Advice Waltham Forest – Trustees vacancies

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Citizens Advice Waltham Forest is recruiting Trustees Citizens Advice Waltham Forest is a charity created to serve the local community, providing advice, information and advocacy on a wide range of subjects. The Board of Trustees are the first and final decision making authority within Citizens Advice Waltham Forest. As a Trustee, you will fulfil an important role within… Read more »

Job Opportunity – Administrative Officer – Immigration

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Job Vacancy at Citizens Advice Waltham Forest Administrative Officer – Immigration We are looking for an administrator to join the busy Immigration team. You will need to be enthusiastic, tenacious and people orientated as well organised. You will support the Immigration team with client appointments and bookings including following up clients who do not attend… Read more »

Job Vacancy – Citizens Advice Waltham Forest

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Money Matters Coach – Job Opportunity Citizens Advice Waltham Forest has an excellent job opportunity for 3 days a week as a Money Matters Coach. The purpose of the role: Tackling disadvantage and the promotion of social inclusion through an integrated money, debt and employment advice service which will seek to assist individuals in challenging… Read more »

Fee Paying Immigration Service

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Citizens Advice Waltham Forest – Fee Paying Immigration Service Citizens Advice Waltham Forest has a fee paying immigration service which is available to all residents, especially those who live outside of Waltham Forest. We provide a free initial consultation followed by competitive fees for application and full casework support [ 240 kb] from our fully qualified immigration and asylum… Read more »

Job Opportunities at Citizens Advice Waltham Forest

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Job Opportunity – Money Matters Coach – Financial Capability and Budgeting Support Citizens Advice Waltham Forest currently have two posts available. The post-holder will be required to support project clients to improve their budgeting skills and help them to better manage their money. This will include assisting clients to: Work out monthly income and outgoings;… Read more »

Success at Citizens Advice Waltham Forest

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The Equality Act and Transgendered Tenants Miguel Sanchez, Debt and Welfare Benefits Specialist at Citizens Advice Waltham Forest has a recent posession proceedings case which demonstrates how valuable the Equalities Act 2010 can be for transendered tenants. Find out more about the case in a recent article published in Legal Action

Citizens Advice Campaigns – Mental Health Professionals

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Research shows mental health professionals are fighting fires, rather than delivering treatment New research published today has found that mental health professionals are being forced to deal with patients’ wider problems rather than treating their illness, as more and more of them struggle with issues such as debt and benefits. A report by the Money… Read more »