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Macmillan Project Support

Citizens Advice Cornwall

Hours: 21 Hours per week (part-time)
Salary: FTE £23,250 – £25,250 (Band B) per annum, pro rata for part-time work
Location: Home based with travel

We are looking for an individual to undertake a part-time Project Support role on our Macmillan team. This project focuses on supporting and advising cancer
patients and their families/carers who live in Cornwall, to help them understand and access benefits/grants and other financial help they may be entitled to.

This role can offer future opportunity, for the right person, to undertake specific tailored training as they develop within the role, in order to assist with more specialist client support and advice. A challenging, yet highly rewarding role; this project is invaluable to our community. Our clients are those who require advice, support and guidance at what can be one of the hardest
times in their lives and so, as a member of this team, you will be making a real difference.

We offer:

  •  21 Hours per week (part-time); working flexibly as per the project needs
  • Salary: FTE £23,250 – £25,250 (Band B) per annum, pro rata for part-time work
  • Fixed-term contract until 31 December 2025
  • Primarily working from home but travel to meetings or other offices/locations as required by the role and organisational need.
  • An opportunity to work for a well-respected local charity
  • An extremely rewarding role as part of a successful team highly focused on client needs, achieving great outcomes for cancer patients and their families.
  • Access to mental health and wellbeing support
  • 25 days Annual Leave, plus 8 Bank Holidays (pro rata for part-time working)
  • Additional time-off over the organisation’s Christmas Closure period (determined each year by the Trustee Board)
  • Opportunity to accumulate additional holiday for length of service
  • Access to Enhanced Sick Pay, subject to contract terms.
  • Continuous Professional Development
  • Access to an Employee Assistance Programme to support physical and mental health & wellbeing
  • Access to contributory pension scheme
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To apply for this role, please complete our application process through Breathe; you can view the full job pack via the link below and access the CA Cornwall application form which needs to be downloaded, completed and then attached to the Breathe application system.

Please note we do not accept CV’s for this position.

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