Vacancies


IT - Infrastructure Engineer

Birmingham

Circa £32K - £33k per annum + generous pension

 
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Infrastructure Engineer to join our IT team in Birmingham. In this role, you will support the current IT infrastructure and provide technical expertise on new solutions for the Trust. You will also respond to 2nd level support issues and fix accordingly.
 
Reporting to the Head of IT, we are looking for someone that: has a minimum of four years' IT support related work experience, ITIL certification, proven and demonstrable experience in developing and supporting IT infrastructure including networks, security and hardware and strong knowledge of local area and wide area networks.
 
Experience in the following areas:
  • VMware
  • Citrix
  • Firewalls
  • Windows Server
  • Active Directory
  • Microsoft Exchange
  • Microsoft SQL
  • Storage systems (NetApp / HP)
  • Switching and routing
The role would suit someone good solution skills and a strong technical ability.
 
To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to recruitment@moneyadvicetrust.org giving supporting evidence of how you meet the criteria for the role as outlined in the job description and person specification.
 
 
The closing date for applications is Tuesday 7 May 2019.

We will only use the data you supply to us in CVs or application forms for recruitment purposes. This data will be held for six months. For further information please refer to our Privacy Notice for Job Applicants.

Unfortunately due to the expected volume of interest for this role, we will not be able to respond to each application. Therefore if you have not been contacted on the shortlist date, you have been unsuccessful on this occasion but we may keep your details on file for future roles that may be of interest.
 

Communications Officer

Central London

Circa £30,000 p.a. plus pension

 
Are you excited about how PR and communications can be used to help people in difficulty, and bring about positive change?
 
For nearly three decades, the Money Advice Trust has been helping people across the UK to tackle their debts and manage their money with confidence. We run National Debtline, offering free, independent and confidential advice on personal debt over the phone and online, and Business Debtline, the UK’s only free dedicated debt advice service for small business owners. We are also the leading training body for UK debt advisers, and provide a training and consultancy service for companies who engage with people in financial difficulty.
 
We use this frontline work to improve the UK’s money and debt environment through our influencing strategy – working with government, regulators, creditors and partner charities to bring about changes to policy and practice. With debt problems currently high on the media, policy and political agenda, this is an exciting time to join this area of our work.
 
As a key member of the communications team, the Communications Officer will play a pivotal role in delivering this work – helping the charity to communicate our messages to journalists, politicians, civil servants and other stakeholders. The role will also lead on the delivery of the Trust’s annual programme of events, and help to run our busy press office.
 
This is the perfect opportunity for someone looking to apply and further develop their skills across a broad range of PR and communications activity – including writing persuasive and engaging articles, press releases and blogs, developing creative social media content, organising and managing events, and planning and executing entire campaigns.
 
Please send a CV and covering letter to recruitment@moneyadvicetrust.org giving supporting evidence of how you meet the criteria for the role as outlined in the job description and personal specification.
 
 
The closing date for applications is Thursday 16 May 2019
Interviews are on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 May 2019

We will only use the data you supply to us in CVs or application forms for recruitment purposes. This data will be held for six months. For further information please refer to our Privacy Notice for Job Applicants.

Unfortunately due to the expected volume of interest for this role, we will not be able to respond to each application. Therefore if you have not been contacted on the shortlist date, you have been unsuccessful on this occasion but we may keep your details on file for future roles that may be of interest.
 

Marketing Officer (Training)

Central London

Circa £32,000 p.a. plus pension

 
Are you an enthusiastic marketing professional? Looking for an opportunity to make a difference? Then we want to hear from you!
 
We need someone with strong marketing expertise to help us promote our training and consultancy services. Working in both the money advice sector, and across a wide range of commercial sectors in the credit industry, the role is ideal for an enthusiastic marketing professional looking to make their mark.
 
For nearly three decades, the Money Advice Trust has been helping people across the UK to tackle their debts and manage their money with confidence. We do this through our National Debtline and Business Debtline advice services – and increasingly, through our free training for money advisers and commercial training and consultancy service for creditors.
 
This role will play an essential role in this growing area of our work – planning and delivering marketing campaigns that promote our Wiseradviser training for the advice sector, and our commercial training and consultancy to help creditors identify and support customers in vulnerable circumstances.
 
The successful candidate will be an experienced marketing professional, able to bring their marketing knowledge and skills to our broader communications team. The role will also plan and deliver social media digital marketing activity for our other channels and brands, help manage the Trust’s website and help meet SEO goals.
 
Please send a CV and covering letter to recruitment@moneyadvicetrust.org giving supporting evidence of how you meet the criteria for the role as outlined in the job description and personal specification.
 
 
The closing date for applications is Thursday 16 May 2019
Interviews are on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 May 2019

We will only use the data you supply to us in CVs or application forms for recruitment purposes. This data will be held for six months. For further information please refer to our Privacy Notice for Job Applicants.

Unfortunately due to the expected volume of interest for this role, we will not be able to respond to each application. Therefore if you have not been contacted on the shortlist date, you have been unsuccessful on this occasion but we may keep your details on file for future roles that may be of interest.
 

Trustees for the Money Advice Trust

 
The Money Advice Trust is seeking to appoint Trustees to its Board. This is a unique opportunity to play a part in the future of one of the UK’s most influential debt advice charities.
 
The Trust helps hundreds of thousands of people in financial difficulty each year directly through our advice services, supports debt advisers through training, and is at the forefront of a dynamic and high profile policy area, which attracts significant political and public interest.
 
There has never been a greater need for accessible, effective debt advice which changes lives for the better. Our vision is to help people across the UK to tackle their debts and manage their money with confidence, and our strategic plan focuses on how we will help more people, more effectively. The Trust:
  • Provides telephone, webchat and online debt advice to the public and small businesses via National Debtline and Business Debtline;
  • Seeks to work more effectively with other key charities in this area;
  • Is a centre of practical and policy expertise, thought leadership, training and support for the free debt advice sector, and training and consultancy which helps creditor organisations identify, understand and support people in vulnerable circumstances.
What we are looking for
 
People with diverse backgrounds, skills and experiences who have integrity, strategic vision, good independent judgement and a willingness to speak their mind.
 
People with a commitment to our vision and values. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
 
Ideally, we are also Iooking for someone whose profile includes skills/experience in: bidding and commissioning; or, digital design/delivery; or, consumer insight, but if you have a passion for our work, and don’t have this background do still please apply.
 
Trustee positions are unremunerated, voluntary positions. Reasonable travel and subsistence expenses can be reimbursed. The time commitment is a minimum of six hours per month.
 
To apply for this position please send a CV and a supporting statement (no more than two pages please) explaining why you would wish to become a trustee and what you would bring to the Trust to charlotte.bird@moneyadvicetrust.org. If you would like to discuss the Trust’s work with the Chief Executive, Joanna Elson, please contact beatrice.yong@moneyadvicetrust.org.
 
 
Closing date for applications: Monday 3 June 2019
For shortlisted candidates:
  • Telephone/meeting with Chief Executive, before interview
  • Interviews: Wednesday 10 July 2019 in central London (UK travel expenses covered)
 

 
 
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