A money adviser or a debt counsellor helps people to sort out their problems with their finances and helps them to get back on track.
To do this role you will need to be able to communicate well and deal with sensitive issues that people find difficult to talk about.
If you feel that this is the role in which you would like to do then the below covering letter may help you as a guide when submitting your application.
Cover Letter: Money Advisor or Debt Counsellor
Application for the role of Money Adviser/Debt Counsellor
I would like to apply for the role of Money Adviser within your company as advertised in (where, when).
I have previously been providing advice on (what subject or general) for (where) and I am now looking to join your company and feel that I could provide advice on debts and money matters from the experiences I have gained.
I am an excellent communicator and in the past I have had the experience of liaising with other third parties, organising things on behalf of clients and generally acting as a go-between to resolve issues.
I have also provided advice on a voluntary basis for (who – an advice calling service etc) and feel that with the experiences I have gained in this role that I am able to learn the detail about finance and adapt my skills as required. I am happy to undergo any training necessary.
I am a very organised and thorough individual who likes to help people and guide them in the right direction to help their lives run more smoothly.
I have enclosed a copy of my CV for you to look at, if you have any further questions regarding my application please do not hesitate to contact me.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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