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Naval Children's Charity

Triage Caseworker

Job Type

Permanent

Region

South East

Salary

Location

£29,000 per annum

Posted Date

24 January 2023

Portsmouth

Closing Date

24 February 2023

As part of the Casework Team, the Triage caseworker will be the first point of contact for beneficiaries. This role will involve assessing the needs of the children and family to provide recommendations for appropriate assistance including financial assistance for welfare needs, advice and support to families in the management of finances, and assessment of child specific needs. Caseworkers provide support and advice to eligible individuals in line with the policies of the Naval Children’s Charity. They work closely with other organisations to ensure that children and families receive appropriate and prompt support. The post holder will receive induction training both in house and externally to include use of Mosaic, the Casework Management System, used by the Armed Forces Charity Sector. The role is subject to DBS checking. This post holder will be based in our office in Portsmouth and may require some travel around the UK to support the needs of the Charity.

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