This vacancy has now closed

Financial Wellbeing Advisor

  • Full time
  • £28,851 – £33,680
  • Edinburgh or Lothians /central belt with travel
  • Closing 18th March 2024

  • Advertised from 1st March 2024
  • Hours: 35.


This is an exciting opportunity to work within our Financial Wellbeing advice and support service as well as support our additional services across the charity.

Our Financial Wellbeing service works alongside families to address the challenges and risks which may have led to vulnerability, promote connection to their local communities, and improve financial stability and resilience. Our aim is to support communties to become more resilient and a place where children feel safe, valued, understood and supported.

The Financial wellbeing advisor will work across Scotland offering family support, community connection, and expert money and debt advice. This will enable families to resolve debt and money problems, become more financially resilient and break the cycle of poverty.

A priority for the financial wellbeing advisor will be to increase the capacity of our current services to provide Type I and II Financial wellbeing in one of the most deprived areas in Scotland

You will work as part of our National Financial wellbeing team. You will support families within their homes, deliver workshops within the community and in schools, and offer drop-in sessions within the community.

If you have experience of welfare rights, income maximisation, money, and debt advice, understand the impact trauma and adversity can have on children and families, and believe that you can apply this to your practice, we want to hear from you.

Further Information

This is a full time, 35 hours post funded until the 31 March 2026 with the intention to explore funding options beyond this date. Hours to be worked flexibly to suit the needs of families, including evenings and weekends as required.

Application notes

Closing Date: Monday 18th March at noon

It is anticipated that interviews will be held in the final week of March.

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