This volunteering role will support CAML’s Quality Manager and wider Advice team to more fully participate in agreed research, raise awareness of issues affecting local clients and take part in local and national campaigns.
What are we looking for?
The role requires a professional use and understanding of client management databases (Casebook) and analysis of data. Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal – are desired.
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Our services are open 10am to 4pm, five days a week. We are looking for volunteers who are able to be with us for at least one day per week, starting at 9.45am, but we can be flexible.
How to Apply
If you’re interested in the role and volunteering with us, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please send the completed application form and equality and diversity form to firstname.lastname@example.org . Download application form here.
We look forward to hearing from you.
A recent major research study for NCVO found that ‘wanting to improve things or help people’ is the most common reason people started volunteering. However, for younger people, it is also about gaining new skills.
Here are some of the reasons people choose to volunteer:
To give something back to an organisation that has impacted on a person’s life, either directly or indirectly
To make a difference to the lives of others
To help the environment
To help others less fortunate or without a voice
To feel valued and part of a team
To spend quality time away from work or a busy lifestyle
To gain confidence and self-esteem.
Our thanks to NCVO for permissions
Build Your Experience
At CAML our volunteering opportunities can give you an insight into the work that we do, which is relevant to many college and university courses, such as Law, Social Sciences and more.
Add to your CV by learning about issues such as housing, benefits, debt, employment or family relationships and social policy.
We will probably be able to fit your volunteering around your study or work commitments. If you need to take a break for exams or coursework, that’s no problem. We might even be able to find you alternative Citizens Advice locations, if you need to be out of our area.