£34,035 - £37,618 per year
Contract, Temporary, 12 months, Full-time
Job description

CPAG has been funded by Barclays Bank to deliver a one-year project which will ensure that women and children experiencing domestic abuse have high quality advice on claiming social security benefits and tax credits.

The project will deliver a dedicated expert advice service open to professionals and volunteers working with survivors of domestic abuse, as well as resources in print and online to resolve the particular issues with the benefits system which survivors face.

The project worker will gather information and case studies on problems in the provision of benefits for survivors and make recommendations for changes in policy and practice to decision-makers in order to improve support for survivors and the wider community.

The position is home-based with occasional travel to our London offices and other locations when public health rules allow.

Open to job share and other flexible working arrangements. We will also consider applicants seeking a secondment from their current employer.

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Child Poverty Action Group

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Refreshed on: 11 March 2021
Closed date: 19 March 2021
Tags: Advice, Information, Practitioner