Registration and Advice Officer

Location: South Yorkshire
Salary: £22400 pa
Reference: JH \ REGANDADVMAR
Type: Contract
Sector: Charity Office & Specialist Support, Charity & Not-for-Profit
Deadline: 09/07/2021

The company

Brewster Partners Charity & Not for Profit are currently recruiting temporary Registration and Advice Officer’s for a leading Public Sector client. Based in Sheffield city centre.

The job

This is a temporary position until November, in which you will be responsible for the registration of qualified social workers and ensuring that the social work register is up to date and accurate. As well as this you will undertake assessment and processing of applications for registration, renewal and restoration to the specific register.

You will also deal with unsuccessful applicants to advise them on further action on their application, as well as requesting outstanding documents or evidence in support of registration applications. You will also act as the first point of contact for the organisations, as well as  ensuring complaints are responded to effectively and efficiently.

The person

You will possess excellent working knowledge of databases and maintain comprehensive records, as well as being adept with Microsoft Office. You will also have the ability to deal discretely and sensitively with confidential and personal information, whilst possessing strong customer service skills. 

The successful person will also possess excellent organisation and time management skills.

The benefits

This role offers a FTE salary of up to £22,400, rising to £23,400 after passing a 6 month probation. This is a temporary role until November, offering above industry benefits, as well as promoting agile working.

Contact

James Hamilton
Recruitment Consultant
Brewster Partners Recruitment Group

Applications

To apply for this job, please send your CV to the email above or to info@brewsterpartners.co.uk quoting "Vacancy: Registration and Advice Officer, Reference: JH \ REGANDADVMAR". Thank you for your interest.

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