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Welfare Benefits Projects Manager wanted

  • 26/02/2016
  • Author:bridgetmccall

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We are looking for someone to play a vital role in keeping our range of benefits tools and resources up to date.

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Salary:     £36,152 p.a.

Location:    Hammersmith, London

Do you want to join us in our fight against poverty in the UK?

Turn2us is looking for a Welfare Benefits Projects Manager to play a vital role in keeping the range of Turn2us welfare benefit tools and resources up to date.

Please note that this role does not involve advising the public on individual issues.

The successful candidate will need to be/have:

  • Excellent analytical and research skills to interpret policies and  legislation relating to the rules for assessing entitlement to welfare benefits and tax credits

  • Highly IT proficient and able to learn new systems quickly in order to maintain and develop online tools

  • In-depth, up to date, knowledge of every aspect of welfare benefits and tax credits from making claims to appealing decisions

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with an ability to communicate with confidence and in easily readable formats to a wide range of individuals and organisations

  • The ability to handle information requests regarding welfare benefits, including contributing to media features and taking part in media interviews.


To apply, please send your CV and a supporting statement which shows how you meet the person specification to

The deadline for applications: 5.00 pm on Thursday 10 March 2016.

Interviews will take place at the Turn2us offices in Hammersmith, London w/c 14 March 2016.

Please note: Due to the volume of applications we receive, unfortunately we will not be able to respond to unsuccessful applications.

Turn2us is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from members of all communities.

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