Volunteer with us
Volunteers are the heart of Citizens Advice Teignbridge, giving quality advice and support to thousands of clients each year. We couldn’t do what we do without them. We recruit and train new volunteers several times a year and have all sorts of roles available. We try to make volunteering rewarding and enjoyable for everyone, developing your skills and supporting you as you learn. We encourage volunteers from a wide range of backgrounds to get involved.
You can read some volunteer stories, or even take a quiz to find out which of our roles might be best for you. Some of our volunteers are client-facing and directly involved in giving advice, and some support our work in other ways. Some advisers do triage, some are generalists covering all areas, and some develop their skills in a specialist area, like benefit appeals or debt advice. Find out more about what our volunteers do.
If you’re interested in joining us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’ve had a discussion with us about the roles available and would like to apply, please fill in an application form (you can use either format below) and email it to this address.
We’re keen to make use of the full range of skills our volunteers choose to offer so often find it useful to know a bit about your background. If you have a CV you’d like to send us, you’re welcome to attach it, but a CV is in no way required to apply to be a volunteer.
We are always open to anyone with strategic vision, independent judgement and a willingness to give time and commitment to joining our board as a trustee. We are particularly looking for someone with marketing and fundraising experience.
The post of trustee is unpaid but will provide you a great deal of experience and satisfaction. All reasonable expenses are reimbursed. We are particularly keen to achieve a more diverse board of trustees and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
For more information or an informal discussion on the role of trustee, please contact email@example.com. You can find out more at what trustees do on the website of our national organisation.