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Debt Advisor - NHS Advice

Organisation: Toynbee Hall
35 hours per week
£31,950
Location: Combination of working at Toynbee Hall and NHS Hospital Locations across London
Deadline: 17 June, 2024

Job purpose

As a Debt Advisor, you will play a crucial role in delivering tailored debt advice and money coaching sessions to NHS staff. Your responsibilities will include conducting financial capability workshops, supporting clients in managing their finances effectively, and maintaining detailed case records.

Scope of role

The Debt Advisor (NHS Advice) will empower NHS staff to achieve financial stability and resilience by providing high-quality, comprehensive debt advice. Your key responsibilities will include:

One-on-One Debt Advice and Money Coaching Sessions:

Financial Capability Workshops:

Conduct financial capability workshops at NHS sites across London, promoting financial resilience and well-being among staff.

Detailed Case Records:

Collaboration and Referrals:

Key Working Relationships:

Key responsibilities

Accurate, Effective, and Individually Tailored Advice:

Detailed Case Records:

Up-to-Date Training:

Teamwork and Collaboration:

Other:

Please note that we would be willing to explore a higher salary with the successful candidate if they meet all essential and desirable criteria.

Team background

The Debt Advice Team at Toynbee Hall provides essential support to individuals and families struggling with financial burdens. Funded by a diverse range of sources including the Money and Pensions Service (MaPS), NHS, and other partners, we deliver expert guidance and practical solutions to help clients manage and reduce their debt. Our team operates through a network of face-to-face locations including advice centres and NHS sites, ensuring accessibility for all.

In addition to in-person advice, we leverage technology to reach clients who may not be able to access traditional services. We provide video advice to people in prison, those receiving employment support in job centres, and other remote clients. Our advisors are trained to navigate complex financial situations, offering tailored advice that empowers clients to regain control of their finances. Our work is vital in fostering financial resilience within the community, ensuring that individuals have the tools they need to achieve long-term financial stability.

By integrating direct support with strategic partnerships, the Debt Advice Team at Toynbee Hall not only addresses immediate financial challenges but also contributes to the broader goal of systemic change, enhancing economic security and community resilience across diverse demographics.

To apply

To apply, please visit: https://www.toynbeehall.org.uk/job/debtadvisor

About Toynbee Hall

Based in the East End of London since 1884, Toynbee Hall is a charity working alongside people facing poverty, injustice, and inequality to build a fairer East London. We provide vital advice and support, working in partnership to tackle unfairness and ensure everyone has an equal chance to thrive.

We have recently launched a new strategic plan which reinforces that our purpose is to build a fairer future with an end to poverty, injustice and inequality.

We work towards this by:

This means: