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We value our staff as individuals, and we benefit from a varied range of professional backgrounds, skills and experience within our team. We are friendly and approachable, and we really care about what we do. We encourage our staff to learn and develop their skills, and if appropriate, we can discuss opportunities for external professional development.

We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from suitably skilled candidates from all backgrounds. We ask all candidates to complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and submit it alongside your application. You can find a link to this form in all application packs. 

Our employees benefit from:

  • Paid annual leave (+ bank holidays)
  • Company Sick Pay (Qualifying period required)
  • Company pension scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Flexible employer sensitive to the needs of today’s workforce
  • Commitment to continued professional development
  • Working for a locally focused charity dedicated to assisting and empowering the community, and helping influence changes to government policy.

To find out about volunteering roles with us, please click here.

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Working for Citizens Advice is rewarding, as the aims and principles – of fairness and equality for all – are in line with my own.

Having spent the first few years of my career in very corporate environments, it is refreshing to work in a role where what I do contributes to really helping local people. There’s a real feeling of teamwork here, and I love working with colleagues who are so passionate about what they do!

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“Volunteering as a Trustee has been the perfect stepping stone from a very full time job to retirement.  I wanted to do something that used my skills in a different context than my 35 years’ experience in retail and I was also looking for a role that provided flexibility.”