Working for Auriga
At Auriga we help over 1,000 people every day and this is down to the highly skilled people we employ and the clients we work with. Our people bring expertise, energy and passion which ensures the outstanding delivery of our services.
We currently employ over 60 people across a range of different departments including Operations, Finance, Business Development, Administration and IT.
Located in the centre of Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, our offices are just a 3-minute walk from Sutton Coldfield train station and the town’s shopping Mall.
One of our key aim’s is to attract, develop and retain good employees and equip them with the best skills to do their job. That’s why our people stay with us for many years.
If you are a debt adviser, welfare rights adviser or outreach assistant and you’re looking for a new challenge we’d like to hear from you. Please email email@example.com call 0121 321 1324 for an informal chat.
We are always on the lookout for talented people
We aim to attract, develop and retain good employees and equip them with the best skills to do their job.
At Auriga you will have the opportunity to make a difference to someone’s life – why not join us?
Upload your CV and a covering letter explaining:
- Why Auriga is the company for you
- What value you can bring to Auriga
Working in partnership
The benefits of partnership working and the passion Auriga has to help those that are vulnerable.
Positive impact on customers
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We are looking to recruit a Money Adviser to join our Welfare Rights and Debt Advice Service. As part of a busy multi service team, you will play an important role in providing an effective and efficient service with a focus on valued outcomes.Read more
As Auriga grows, we wish to manage the implementation of various ISO and BSI accreditations, manage our risk and ensure that we continue to operate to a high level of corporate governance. The successful applicant will enable us to achieve new accreditations over the short term, and embed good practice throughout the business.Read more
To provide administrative/clerical support to the Grant Assessment team/s and ensure the day to day smooth running of the departments systems and procedures.Read more
Accountable to the Assist team manager, the Welfare Rights Adviser will work with, support, assist and represent vulnerable people of all ages and abilities. You will work with the elderly, ill, disabled and the young out on site, in their homes, support groups, the NHS or schools.Read more