Working for Equal Lives
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Vacancy: Advisor - Part time 0.6 (Maternity Cover)
Equal Lives has an exciting opportunity to join their Welfare Rights and Advice Team. The Team consists of Advisers and volunteers providing information and advice to disabled people across Norfolk. Equal Lives supports people who are facing disabling barriers to live more independently.
This role is an opportunity to work on the front line of the service, working with clients to provide excellent customer service whilst delivering Complex Advice where needed. There will also be the opportunity to deliver specialist advice around welfare benefits, social care and mental health.
You will be an exceptionally organised individual with excellent Customer Service skills. You will be able to manage conflicting priorities and triage clients where needed. You will be proactive and flexible to facilitate the smooth running of the Advice service.
The application from, including the equality monitoring form and rehabilitation of offenders form, and the job description can be found on the right hand side of this page.
Maternity Cover – Fixed Term Contract up until the return of the current post holder
Salary: £22,342.72 per year
To apply for the role, please complete an application form and email it to: email@example.com.
Rehabilitation of Offenders
Adviser Job Description
Equal Lives Trustee
Equal Lives is a Disabled Persons Organisation (DPO), which means we are user led. 100% of our trustees identify as disabled. Trustees play a crucial role in governing our organisation and helping to steer the direction of our services. As a pan-disability organisation our trustees have a wealth of personal experience and expertise to bring to the organisation.
We are looking for a trustee who is:
Passionate about the rights of disabled people
Keen to disable barriers to independence
Has personal experience of disability
Flexible and able to attend monthly meetings via Teams
We would particularly like to attract trustees with financial or legal experience.
What we can offer you:
Skilful managers, staff and volunteers
An experienced Board of Trustees
An organisation whose services are designed to empower disabled people
An organisation who is keen to actively listen and learn
To enquire about becoming a trustee please contact our Chief Executive for an initial discussion. You can call him on 01493 491210 or email him firstname.lastname@example.org.