Hours of work: 21 hours per week (Three 7 hour days)
Working pattern: Part time – this role is to work alongside a current employee as part of a job share. Flexibility is essential for the job share and both parties will be unable to work on the same day
Closing date: Sunday 13 June 2021
Interview date: To be confirmed
For an informal discussion or if you have any questions, please contact Laura Clarke – Senior Financial Services Coordinator on 01323 464412
We have an excellent and rewarding opportunity for a part-time permanent Financial Assessment Coordinator to join our team within Adult Social Care Financial Services. The role is office-based in St Mary’s House in Eastbourne.
You’ll be a key part of the team and be responsible for ensuring appropriate financial assessments are arranged and completed for clients receiving chargeable care and support arranged by us.
You’ll also coordinate all correspondence for the team by telephone, letter and email. Our customers require varying levels of support therefore excellent customer service skills will be required.
You’ll need knowledge of working with computers including Windows operating systems and Microsoft Office. You’ll work on a number of bespoke database systems for which you will receive full training and ongoing support.
Due to the flexible nature of the role it’s important you are organised, self-motivated, collaborative, empathic and have an understanding of the needs of vulnerable people.
If you’re successful you will benefit from access to on-going training as well as excellent standards of support and supervision.
The department is a great place to kick start a career in customer services within a team who actively encourage progression, so if this sounds like the role for you, we would love you to apply using the link below!
COVID-19 update: Please note that East Sussex County Council is currently following Government advice on enabling staff to work from home if it is safe and practical to do so. Therefore, this role will be delivered remotely in an Agile way to begin with until the Council makes any changes to these working arrangements.