Campaigners or Social Policy Co-ordinators use information from problems brought to the bureau by clients, to help to bring about real change by influencing local and national policies. This benefits everyone - even those who have never used a Citizens Advice Bureau.

As a campaigner you would:
  • Complete and collate evidence forms recording clients problems 
  • Monitor trends in bureau enquiries, to identify issues for potential local or national issues 
  • Train staff and volunteers in identifying issues and completing evidence forms 
  • Conduct research and write reports on local issues 
  • Get involved in media campaigning 
  • Liaise with other bureaux and agencies to provide a voice for clients 
Personal skills and qualities that a campaigner needs:
  • Understanding of key current social issues and potential impact on Citizens Advice service 
  • Ability to give feedback clearly and sensitively 
  • Good report-writing skills 
  • Ability to work constructively with other agencies 
  • Ability and willingness to work as part of a team 
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How do I apply?
Citizens Advice Trafford recruits throughout the year.

If you are interested in volunteering with us, please read our
notes on applying and complete our application form. The application can be either e-mailed to: , or sent to

Senior Advice Service Manager 

Citizens Advice Trafford

1 Waterside Plaza



M33 7BS

We look forward to hearing from you!