Fuel Poverty Energy Carer (3 Posts)

Location
Ardrossan
Salary
£18,000
Posted
31 Jul 2017
Closes
16 Aug 2017
Ref
225264474-01
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Cunninghame Housing Association is one of Ayrshire’s leading registered social landlords providing services for more than 2,500 properties in North and East Ayrshire. The Association aims to achieve excellence in service delivery to its customers and to assist in this we are looking to keep on recruiting highly motivated individuals to join our Fuel Poverty Energy Carers Team which is focused on reducing home energy fuel poverty amongst domestic energy users.

Fuel Poverty Energy Carers Service (Lemon Aid) Delivered on our behalf by our Subsidiary Company Citrus Energy

We aim to offer an initial fixed term contract until 31st March 2018

“These posts are funded by the Scottish Government’s People and Communities Fund”

Fuel Poverty Energy Carer (3 Posts)

Salary: £18,000

To provide a friendly and professional service to all East Ayrshire and Scotland wide customers; providing advice to domestic home energy users to contribute to the delivery of a fuel poverty energy carer service by carrying out home visits and undertaking a range of tasks including gathering of information in relation to energy use and cost, providing a comprehensive service to customers who call through to our subsidiary company Citrus Energy’s Free-phone number who wish help and advice on fuel debt, benefit claims, income maximisation, advice on tariffs and payment options and assistance with Fuel Poverty Grant Application forms and energy efficiency measures. (A Full Driving License is essential for this post).

Application forms are available to download from our website by the “Apply” button on this page. (CVs will not be accepted).

Successful applicants will undergo a Disclosure Check (expense met by employer).

Closing date for receipt of completed applications is 12.00 noon - Wednesday 16th August 2017.

CHA is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.