Jobs at Citizens Advice Wandsworth

Community Capacity Building Coordinator for Roehampton

£34,000 per annum depending on skills and experience

35 hours per week

Do you have the skills and drive to support and enable a local area to maximise their community potential?

Citizens Advice Wandsworth (CAW) in partnership with Wandsworth Council would like to hear from candidates with strong skills in community capacity building in terms of facilitating, planning, supporting and working with various new and established community groups and organisations as well as engaging with local residents to enable a thriving and vibrant community and voluntary sector in Roehampton.

The Roehampton Community Capacity Project, run by CAW, is an innovative
three-year project to explore a new approach to harnessing and developing the
capacity of local people and communities within the ward of Roehampton and
Putney Heath in the Borough of Wandsworth. Roehampton, as an area, emerged
in the late 1960s with the development of the Alton Estate and since then has
experienced significant demographic and social change.

Application forms should be sent to

Deadline for applications: 3rd October 9am

Interviews will be held: Friday 11th October

Documents to download

Job Advert

Job description/ PS

Application form

Diversity Monitoring form

Guidance notes for applicants

Applicant Privacy Notice 

Generalist Adviser (Major Trauma Project)

£29-31,000 per annum pro rata + 8.5% pension contribution (after satisfactory completion of your probation period.

Citizens Advice Wandsworth is ambitious about delivering advice services that make a real difference to outcomes for local people. We’re looking for a Generalist Adviser to work on our innovative project on St George’s Hospital Major Trauma ward, advising inpatients to help them manage their affairs during a difficult and challenging time.

Our ideal candidate will be an experienced generalist adviser, have excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to making a difference to clients.

As much as anything though, we need people with the right attitude: the ability to respond positively to challenges, find solutions with self-motivation, and to engage in learning and development opportunities. The role is a job share and coordination and support between the post-holders is important to the success of this project.

We’re passionate about promoting equality, valuing diversity and working inclusively. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons particularly people with disabilities and Black, Asian and minority ethnic applicants, as these groups are currently under-represented in our workforce.

This role is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

To find out more about the post please email with your contact details and daytime availability.

Closing date: 9am on Monday 7 October 2019

Interviews will be held: Tuesday 15 October 2019

Documents to download

Major Trauma Application form

Major Trauma project JD/PS

Diversity Monitoring form

Guidance notes for applicants