Equalities Programme Coordinator

CAL sites across Liverpool and home working

Initially funded until October 2023 subject to further funding applications


Closing date:

30 August 2022, 08:00:00

£28,000 per annum (dependent on experience)



35 hours per week

About the Role

Role Purpose

To lead CAL Equalities Programme, play a key role in volunteer recruitment, training and retention, partnership development and in the planning and delivery of CAL Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) goals. To lead on the development and planning of projects closely aligned to the Equalities Programme outcomes.


CAL Equalities programme aims to improve health and economic wellbeing for minoritised ethnic communities in Liverpool. You will support the development and delivery of a package of services that will improve access to services for clients, improve employability, health and wellbeing for volunteers and increase influence and participation in CAL activities.


  1. Knowledge or experience of the advice sector

  2. Experience of the practical application of organisational EDI goals

  3. Proven ability in managing volunteering issues and a commitment to the value of volunteering

  4. Experience of promoting opportunities to minoritised communities and of helping people overcome barriers to participation

  5. Experience in the supervision of paid or volunteer staff, maintaining motivation

  6. Experience of working with funders - building relationships, working to achieve outcomes/objectives and completing reports

  7. Experience of building and maintaining successful partnerships with other organisations/agencies/groups

  8. Ability to use a variety of ICT tools and systems and support others to use them, CAL primary system is currently Office365

  9. Ability to demonstrate a flexible approach and willingness to work as part of a team

  10. Ability to commit to, and work within, the aims, principles and policies of the Citizens Advice service

About us

Citizens Advice Liverpool is Liverpool’s leading provider of advice and advocacy services. We are a local, independent charity and our services are free, confidential and impartial.