Telephone Gateway Assessor (part time) – Closing date – Monday 4 July 2022 at 9.00am

Salary:            £20,112 per annum (£25,140 per annum FTE)

Hours:            Total 4 days – (Mon – Thurs 28.8 hours) Job share considered

Closing Date: 9.00am on Monday 4 July 2022 

Interviews: TBC

An opportunity has arisen for part time Telephone Gateway Assessors at Citizens Advice Barnet on our highly regarded and busy Telephone Helpline.

Based in the Citizens Advice Barnet Hub in Hendon (with the possibility of some home working), this role will take advantage of modern telephone systems to provide Gateway assessments to callers.

The successful candidates will have:

  • Triage/Telephone Gateway Assessment experience (desirable but not essential as a trainee may be considered)
  • Experience or knowledge of Advice work (desirable but not essential)
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent IT skills, including advanced typing skills

Benefits:

  • The opportunity to work for an independent charity specialising in confidential information and advice to assist people with legal, debt, consumer, housing and other problems.
  • Competitive salary
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Generous continual professional development allowance
  • Generous 36 days annual leave  – (pro rata for part time staff) – this includes 25 days + bank holidays + 3 days between Christmas and New Year
  • A challenging and varied role
  • A supportive team

Closing Date: 9.00am on Monday 4 July 2022

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Job Application (Telephone Gateway Assessor)

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