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Court of Protection Case Worker for Diverse, National Professional Services Firm (ID:17681)

Job Role
Customer Services Jobs
Contract Type
£23,000 - £26,000
Date Added
Date Expires
Law, Professional Services
Full-Time, Permanent Position in Birmingham City Centre.
A successful, national firm is looking to hire an excellent new member to their team, as a Court of Protection Case Worker. This role shall involve the successful candidate supporting individuals who are unable to make decisions for themselves regarding their personal health, finance or welfare. The successful candidate will need to provide support to these individuals in a compassionate and caring manner.

The primary duties and responsibilities of this shall include:
Setting, maintaining and monitoring household and personal budgets for clients.
Paying bills and invoices.
Liaising and communicating with external parties such as contractors, therapists and care staff.
Keeping record of the specific needs of individuals .
Preparing reports.
Balancing accounts.
Responding to emergency situations and resolving them in a timely manner.

The successful candidate will have the following skills and attributes:
Solid experience with private client legal work or managing household budgets overseeing investments, managing properties and arranging work to be undertaken.
Excellent IT skills, including the use and knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Teams.
Solid project management skills.
Excellent organisational skills.
This role shall lend itself well to someone who has acted or volunteered as a charity or church treasurer, bank cashier or similar.

Katie Bard is acting as an employment agency for this job listing.

If this sounds like you, please apply online today! If you have any queries about the role contact Richard on 0121 633 4443. Please contact your consultant directly if you are already registered with Katie Bard. Katie Bard is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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