Volunteering & Recruitment
Volunteers are at the heart of what we do. At Citizen Advice Enfield our highly trained volunteers give up their time, skills, energy and resources to help us to provide a service to the community in Enfield.
Our volunteers are the lifeblood of Citizens Advice Enfield. We simply would not be able to run an effective service without our amazing volunteers.
Why volunteer with us?
We want our volunteers to reflect the diverse community we serve in Enfield. We are keen to recruit volunteers from all walks of life and a range of backgrounds, cultures and abilities.
Our retired volunteers believe it keeps them mentally active and nine in ten unemployed volunteers say it helps them move into employment or education:
Current volunteering role profiles:
- Community Liaison volunteer
- Adviceline assessor
- Admin/reception volunteer
- IT Support Volunteer
- Trainee Adviser
We ask that you read the role profiles before completing our application form. The role profile will provide you with detailed information about the role requirements and days expected to volunteer in each role. This will help you to decide if it is a good match for your availability.
To complete the application process, we ask that you complete both the Online Application Form and the Diversity Monitoring Form. Once you have submitted the application form and the diversity form, a member of our team will be in touch via email. NB: Please ensure that you check your emails and ‘junk’ folder regularly.
If your application is successful, we will explain the next steps where you will be invited to attend an assessment and interview.
Volunteering with Citizens Advice Enfield is a great way to pick up skills, make friends and feel part of an enthusiastic team. Last year the Citizens Advice Service helped 2.1 million people with 7.1 million problems. As well as being worthwhile, volunteering can also be fantastic fun and hugely rewarding.
The Citizens Advice Service helps people resolve their money, legal and other problems by providing free advice and by influencing policy makers. Every local Citizens Advice is a registered charity reliant on trained volunteers and funds to continue providing this vital service to local communities.