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Personal Insolvency Adviser - Debt Operations

Location: CAP, Jubilee Mill, North Street, Bradford, BD1 4EW

Hours: Mon - Fri (8:45am - 5:00pm) 37.5 hours per week

Context: The Insolvency department provides in-depth insolvency advice to CAP clients and caseworkers in cases where a client is unable to repay their debts in full, and therefore for whom an alternative solution is necessary. The Insolvency team also completes paperwork for bankruptcy / sequestration petitions, gathers information for IVA / Trust Deed applications, and completes online applications under the Debt Relief Order (DRO) scheme.

Role: The role of the Personal Insolvency Adviser is to advise CAP clients and caseworkers on the suitability of cases for personal insolvency, and to then complete the necessary processes to take those cases through the relevant proceedings.

Person: We are extremely organised and efficient, effective communicators with great attention to detail, who can work accurately and quickly within tight deadlines.

Salary: £19,040 - £22,398 Upon completion of training and achievement of expected standard

Closing date for applications: 31 May 2017

Start date: ASAP

Request an application pack for the Personal Insolvency Adviser role >>>

For further information, please contact the HR and Staff Development team on 01274 760720 (option 6) or email recruitment@capuk.org.

You are advised to submit your completed application form via email as soon as possible to have the best chance of being considered. We reserve the right to close the post before the stated closing date where we have a high response rate.

Please note that we are unable to consider applicants who do not presently have permission to work in the UK.

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