DWP Work Coach or Careers Guidance Officer?Watch
I'm stuck on which to accept and go for . They're both local and same full time working hours.
Work Coach is much better pay but only 1 year fixed term and there's no guarantee I'll be offered a permanent contract and I'm unsure how difficult and stressful this role is.
The Careers Advisor job however is permanent, but only £21k compared to DWP which is £27k.
What would you do?