Reviews about Pay & Benefits for Case Manager at Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)
Good Place to work
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Home Counties – 11 March 2018
Typical day at work is to introduce yourself to new customers, chasing up local councils, other benefit departments and customers, making payments, answering customer queries raised on their online account or via telephone. Management is relaxed and approachable.
Flexible Hours and Breaks
Have to have hard conversations and deliver bad news to customers
Case Manager (Current Employee) – West Midlands – 24 September 2017
good work/ home balance, very family friendly employer. good salary and pension. extensive training and opportunity to progress. voluntary community events to participate in and BHs off. good management and friendships built with colleagues.
How much does a Case Manager make at Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) in the United Kingdom?
Average Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) Case Manager yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £32,106, which is 17% above the national average.
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