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Adviza is a vibrant and innovative charity working with young people and adults to help them make the best of their lives. For seven consecutive years, from 2011 to 2017, Adviza was named in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For.  Working for Adviza you will receive a competitive salary, 27 days annual leave (pro rata) rising to 30 days after 2 years and access to an excellent contributory pension scheme.

To apply for any of the vacancies below please complete an application form and equal opportunities form and email them to

Adviza is committed to safeguarding and appointments are subject to enhanced DBS checks. Adviza supports equal opportunities in employment and is a positive about disabilities employer. Every disabled candidate who meets the minimum criteria will be offered an interview.


● £19,542 - £22,662 per annum FTE ● Full and part time roles available ● Based in Bracknell

We are looking for applicants who would like to work with adults supporting them to find employment or training, or to change career. The work will predominantly be undertaken over the phone, webchat and other digital channels and you will be responsible for keeping accurate records on our customer database.

View the job advert and job description

For an informal chat about the role and working for Adviza, please contact Clare Martin, Contact Centre Manager on 07747 476808.

To apply please complete the application form and equal opportunities form at the top of this webpage and email them to

Closing date: Tuesday 18th September 2018.


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