We offer various different roles & positions from time to time however we require at Find a Debt Expert individuals who are ambitious & have the ability to problem solve within an ever growing/changing market.
At Find a Debt Expert we believe it is vital to have a happy team & offer our colleagues various benefits –
- Every team member has regular one to one personal growth plans
- Every team member can be promoted to further the team goals & personal achievement
- 28 days annual leave per year
- Continuous training / courses to further your skills
- 2 weeks intensive training for all new staff members
- Uncapped commission on advisor roles
- Various staff team building days throughout the year
- 2 weeks office closure at Christmas
- Monday to Friday only
- Competitive salary
We are currently looking for new team members in the following positions:
Would you like a role where you can assist clients? Would you like to earn uncapped commission based on your quality of debt advice? Would you like to learn & grow within the UK’s personal debt market?
Find a Debt Expert is looking for an experienced Debt Advisor who will jump at the opportunity to work with clients who are keen to change their life and finances. Someone with passion for customer services, and someone who is driven within a bonus scheme company. Extremely well rewarded for assisting customers go through the debt solution journey. Our clients call us or are introduced to us and you would assist them through the process with a high standard of both debt advice & customer understanding.
Office environment Mon-Fri opening.
Shifts Rotation (WK1 9-5PM) (WK2 11:30- 7:30PM) (close at 5pm every Friday)
Salary Ranging from £17,500-£21,000 with uncapped Bonus Scheme
- Energetically and enthusiastically work as part of a high performing debt solutions team
- Consistently put our customers first and build their trust
- Proactively identify the best solutions for each customer
- Adhering to company and industry standards
- Following all FCA regulations and quality and compliance principles
- Work proficiently with dedicated computer systems
Yes! Is the simple answer.
Covid-19 had swept through the UK & resulted in a UK lockdown imposed on 23rd March this year, which resulted to changes & uncertainty around income for many for the foreseeable future.
An Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) can offer various different benefits when struggling with debt, however it is important to receive specific debt advice from a specialist as the IVA can offer consequences should it not be right for you.
What if I have been furloughed by my employer?
Like many you may have received a furlough notification from your employer during the current Covid-19 pandemic & seeing your payslips have furlough pay after the UK government announced the job retention scheme that goes as far back as 1st March this year. You may be getting your normal pay or 80% depending on route employers’ route, if it was the latter this would cause a reduction on your income then in turn would cause financial strain had things been tight already.
Either way we can proceed to assist you with your debts whilst on Furlough, the main thing our advisors would like to see is confirmation from your employer that your job is secure for the end of the lockdown to ensure you are receiving advice with future planning involved. If you enter an IVA, you may be able to look at step payment to ensure your payments are affordable until full pay is resumed.
What if I am Self Employed?
Entering an IVA with Find a Debt Expert will always include specific advice to you & we will always take in your current situation & use future planning to make any plan achievable. If you are lucky enough not to be effected by Covid-19’s current economic downturn & your income is as normal as before then of course it will be easier to have an IVA in place, if you self-employed & have applied for Universal Credit as your income has been effected then it is possible to receive an IVA, we just want to be sure it is a plan to suit.
If you are currently receiving Universal Credit it may be best to have ready as must income history you can for the last three years such as tax returns to show roughly what you would expect your income to return to after the new normal is in place.
We always offer free advice via the telephone at Find a Debt Expert so should you have any questions please get in touch.