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Future Projects was created in 2000 by two dedicated volunteers who were concerned about anti social behaviour in their local community. Today Future Projects provides a range of services to the local and wider community as a result of the dedication, skills and support of staff and volunteer teams.

We are currently looking for enthusiastic, dynamic individuals to fill the following posts:



Organisation: DIAL Great Yarmouth / Future Projects

Position title: Money and Debt Advisor

Job status: Fixed Term – 12 months

Hours of work: 28 hrs per week

Working pattern: Flexible (to be agreed)

Salary & benefits: £21,000 per annum (pro-rata)

Application deadline: 12pm Weds 18th April 2018

Expected start date: ASAP

Provisional Interview date: Wednesday 25th April 2018

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DIAL Great Yarmouth and Future Projects are working in partnership to appoint a Money and Debt Advisor to co-ordinate our Future Money Matters Service, funded for 12 months by the Natwest Skills and Opportunities Fund.

Employed by DIAL Great Yarmouth, but seconded to Future Projects Baseline Centre in Norwich, the role will involve working with local clients to help them deal with their financial situations on a one-to-one basis, assessing their needs and agreeing support plans to ensure that they are better able to manage their finances and to deliver a range of financial literacy workshops to small groups.

The ideal candidate will have a strong background in the delivery of debt and welfare benefits advice to clients; will understand how to help clients sort through their paperwork, produce a personal budget, liaise with creditors and devise a realistic debt management plan for the client where necessary. The candidate must also be a confident communicator with an ability to explain complicated financial information in plain and simple language.

Finally, the ideal candidate will have a personal affinity with the mission and the vision of DIAL Great Yarmouth and Future Projects, and will recognise their role in driving this forward for the benefit of our service users.

Future Projects is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff appointments are subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS checks may be required. We are an equal opportunities employer.

Future Projects is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff appointments are subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS checks may be required. We are an equal opportunities employer.



Organisation: Future Projects

Position title: Welfare Rights Support Worker

Job status: Fixed Term – to July 2020

Hours of work: 37hrs per week

Working pattern: Monday - Fridays

Salary & benefits: £21,500 per annum (pro-rata)

Application deadline: 12pm Weds 18th April 2018

Expected start date: ASAP

Provisional Interview date: Tuesday 24th April 2018

Submit Applications:

Full Job Description

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Future Projects is seeking to appoint a Welfare Rights Support Worker as part of the ‘Future Support’ service which operates from within the ‘Box’ community support centre in the Catton Grove area of Norwich.

The role will involve assessing support needs and agreeing support plans to deliver flexible, effective, hands-on help to local residents across a range of themes, and providing specialist advice and help in welfare benefits.

We are seeking a seasoned support worker who is committed to improving the lives of people in deprived communities, whose approach to delivering support will consider empathy, compassion and respect as integral, and should model itself on participatory approaches to personal development.

The ideal candidate will have a strong background in the delivery of welfare benefits advice to clients; will understand the current welfare benefits systems and processes, will have good working relationships with statutory and voluntary agencies, and will have extensive experience helping vulnerable people to resolve their welfare benefits issues.

Finally, the ideal candidate will have a personal affinity with the mission and the vision of Future Projects, and will recognise their role in driving this forward for the benefit of our service users.

The role requires a driver’s licence and access to personal transport for business purposes.

More information on the project and the role can be found on the Job Description.

About Future Support:
Future Support is a holistic support service operating from community venues across Norfolk, providing practical support and advocacy for people experiencing complex and severe socio-economic issues.

This work supports people who have fallen between the gaps in other services and are not getting the help they need; our work is flexible and responsive to local needs and focuses on collaborative approaches to achieve meaningful change for the people we support.

The service also provides training and wellbeing activities to build resilience in clients, and distributes food and essentials to those in crisis.

The service is active in several high-profile partnerships across the county, delivering specialist support interventions in health, employment, financial literacy and more.

Future Support works in partnership with the Catton Grove Big Local Partnership to provide localised advice, employment and training services to the residents of the Catton Grove area of Norwich. The aim of this work is to make the area a better place to live, work and volunteer.

Future Projects is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff appointments are subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS checks may be required. We are an equal opportunities employer.

welcome to the Future

The Project works with hard-to-reach groups and empowers individuals to reach their full potential. Situated in the NELM area; an area marked by significant disadvantage in learning, skills, employment, health and crime indicators.

Future is increasingly becoming a driving force for social change in the area.

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