Working with Citizens Advice Merton & Lambeth is a rewarding experience. You will be working as part of a dynamic organisation supporting people in the community and you will become part of a supportive team, with learning and development opportunities.
We are often looking for people with experience in advice work, management, volunteering or office support.
Having a criminal record will not automatically bar you from working for CAML, much will depend on the role you are applying for and the background and circumstances of your offence. You will be asked at interview whether you have any unspent convictions. If a role requires a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check, this will be stated in the role description. For further information please request a copy of our Ex-offenders Policy.
We are looking for accredited Generalist Advisers to provide comprehensive advice and support to clients. If you have at least one year’s post certificate training, passionate about supporting individuals and families in need and interested in joining a dedicated, professional … Continue reading
Citizens Advice Merton and Lambeth is looking to recruit Adviceline Support Officers (part and full time) to join our existing team. These new roles are to support service expansion. If you’re passionate about supporting individuals in need, have excellent communication skills … Continue reading
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, conscientious and self-motivated individual to support our volunteering and training programmes. This new role will: Support the Volunteer & Training Officer with administration including updating and maintaining volunteer and training records Support the Quality Manager … Continue reading