Working for Citizens Advice Hart
From time to time we have paid roles at Hart that we need to recruit for.
These may be for funded roles such as those we need for our projects or for our operational support roles for the main core service. We will advertise those roles here.
Full training is provided depending on the role. There is a continuing programme of training and development available to progress in your career with Citizens Advice and develop your skills and expertise.
Advice Session Supervisor
Led by the Advice Service Manager and working with other Advice Session Supervisors you will be responsible for day to day supervision and development of the core advice team of staff and volunteers to deliver a high quality, confidential, independent, and impartial advice service using all channels to help clients.
We are looking for a team player with a ‘can do’ attitude to join us in this role.
This role is 22.5 hours a week to be worked within our core hours of Monday to Thursday, flexibility of days may be available and the option to deliver the role remotely. View details here
We are looking for an ambitious and energetic Chief Officer with a track record of successfully managing people, projects and organisations.
You will work with the Trustee Board to develop and implement our strategic direction and promote our activities and achievements to current and potential fund providers. You will ensure the effective operational and financial management of our charity whilst providing a full advisory service to the local community
This role is 37.5 hours per week with some evening and weekend meetings to be worked flexibly. Part time hours will be considered subject to ensuring the role can be performed effectively. View details here
Why our staff work with us
“Throughout my working life I have worked in the charity sector as I wanted my work to be meaningful and make a difference. For me it was a logical next step to use my management skills within Citizens Advice and work with volunteers and staff to support local communities.”
“I joined Hart Citizens Advice in early 2018, initially as a volunteer before applying for a paid role. I volunteered as I wanted to contribute to the local community. I also thought it would be a useful experience for me personally and might even provide a first step back into paid work.”
“I decided to look for a job that would satisfy my desire to do something worthwhile. I found that role at Citizens Advice, helping people make their claim for Universal Credit.”
“Citizens Advice has provided a new and interesting challenge, offering a variety of activities requiring research and interaction with colleagues, third parties and clients. I am also acquiring new skills utilising the comprehensive range of training resources available.”