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Relief DMA Adviser – Specified Purpose, Full Time, Sligo/Leitrim

Closing Date

12.00pm (noon) on Friday 24 September 2021. CVs and late and/or incomplete applications will not be accepted.


North Connacht & Ulster MABS has a vacancy for a temporary Full Time Relief Dedicated Mortgage Arrears Adviser (Maternity Leave Cover). The Relief Dedicated Mortgage Arrears Adviser will provide a free, independent, confidential dedicated mortgage arrears advice service to clients with mortgage arrears.


Predominantly based in Sligo / Leitrim with a requirement to travel to other offices in the region whenever necessary.

Application Process

Applicants must meet the minimum criteria for the role set out in the person specification, possess all required competencies and will be shortlisted solely on the basis of information provided in their completed application form.

Curriculum Vitae (CVs), late, incomplete or hand-written applications will not be considered.

Please email application form to:

If you have any special requirements in relation to completing the application form, please contact the same email address. Successful applicants may be required to complete an assessment on the day of interview, which may be an IT or written skills test, case study and or presentation, you will be advised in advance.

Incremental Credit Assessment

MABS operates an incremental credit process for new entrants to the MABS network at request. For further information please see the candidate pack.

Please note that MABS has established a normal retirement age in line with the State Pension (currently 66).

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