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Benefits Advisor – Court of Protection

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  • Brand new role you can make your own
  • Best Companies to Work For list
  • Uncapped progression – promotion scheme is open to all
  • Legal 500 team – work with the best at what they do
  • Hybrid working

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a highly respected national Court of Protection team as a Benefits Advisor. This is a newly established role where you can really make your mark.

In the role, you will support the team’s Benefits Expert and advise clients on welfare benefits reviews, enquiries and applications.

You do not need to have a legal background but will have relevant experience on advising on welfare benefits from the public or finance sectors, for example. You will have a working knowledge of welfare benefits, including where Universal Credit and legacy benefits coexist, benefit awards and calculations, and assessing entitlement to disability benefits.

This full-service, Top 100 firm has offices nationally. It is accredited by Investors in People and has been named as one of The Sunday Times’ Best Companies to Work For – and it’s easy to see why.

The firm runs a clear and transparent annual promotion scheme, which is open to all.

Team members get a minimum of 25 days’ annual leave, plus office closure between Christmas and New Year and an additional two days per year to do charitable work.

How to apply for this Benefits Advisor – Court of Protection role

If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’ above.

Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Kelly Reid on the email above.

Kelly is an Associate Director at Realm. Working exclusively within private client, contentious probate and court of protection recruitment, she works with law firms of all sizes across the North West, from private client boutiques to multi-service national firms. Kelly’s in-depth market knowledge and contacts enable her to match private client solicitors with the right firms and roles for them.

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Key details

Salary

£25,000 - £35,000

Location

  • Greater Manchester

Role type

  • Hybrid working

Contract type

  • Permanent

Practice area

Court of Protection, Legal Support

Job ref

V-36207

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Specialist for private client, Court of Protection and contentious probate in the North West.

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