Money advisers help people whose debts have become too large or difficult for them to handle.
There will be
6% more Money adviser jobs in 2023.
In your local area
Your day-to-day duties may include:
There are no set requirements, but you should have a reasonable standard of English and maths.
The most common way into this career is to volunteer in an advice centre. You’ll often start with giving general advice, then train in money advice once you have more experience.
You’ll usually need at least a year’s experience as a volunteer before you can apply for paid work as a money adviser.
You could also move into this role if you have experience in:
It may help if you can speak a minority community language.
Starter salary: £18,000 to £20,000
Experienced salary: £21,000 to £25,000
These figures are a guide.
You’ll usually work standard office hours, Monday to Friday, although some jobs may involve evening or Saturday sessions. Part-time work may be available.
You could spend your day speaking to clients in an advice centre or office, or visiting outreach centres or clients’ homes to give advice. You may occasionally need to attend court.
With experience you could become a specialist caseworker, or be promoted to a team leader or management post.
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