Volunteer With Us

Being a Citizens Advice volunteer can be hugely rewarding and enjoyable. Around 22,000 volunteer with Citizens Advice nationally.

Citizens Advice Southwark provides a range of volunteering opportunities and welcomes people with the time and interest to learn new skills and practice existing ones. There are many ways that you can get involved, here are some of the roles available:

CURRENT VOLUNTEER VACANCIES:

Advice Team Volunteer - Gateway Assessor

Hours Required: 2 days per week (9.30 am – 4.00 pm) for at least 1 year. First 6 weeks requires attendance on Tuesdays for group training.

We recruit and train volunteers to join our Advice Team as Gateway Assessors. This is a key frontline role working with people seeking information and advice from our service. Gateway Assessors find out about the client’s problem and situation, what they need and how we can assist them. This might be providing information such as a factsheet or leaflet, making an appointment with an Adviser, or making a referral to another organisation. 

The Gateway Assessor programme takes approximately 6 months to complete, following which volunteers may go on to undertake training to become volunteer Advisers. 

Download Full Role Details How to Apply

How to Apply

Please download and read Information about volunteering with Citizens Advice Southwark (PDF, 82Kb).    To apply for a volunteer role, please download and complete the volunteer application form and diversity monitoring form, and send these by email to our Volunteer Recruitment Team at volunteerrecruitment@citizensadvicesouthwark.org.uk, or by post to Citizens Advice Southwark, 8 Market Place, Southwark Park Road, London SE16 3UQ.    Please ensure your application form clearly states the role or roles that you are interested in.    Please note that our current volunteer opportunities are not available at weekends.  

If you are interested in volunteering with other local Citizens Advice services you will find information about volunteer opportunities on the national Citizens Advice website at www.citizensadvice.org.uk.   If you are interested in other volunteer opportunities in the borough of Southwark, you will find information on the Community Southwark website at www.communitysouthwark.org.