Current vacancies

Generalist Adviser GP Project

We are looking to appoint an experienced Generalist Adviser to work on an exciting new project based in GP surgeries in South Lincolnshire. This contract will be for an initial period of six months but may well be extended, to include more GP practices. 

The successful candidate will need to travel to GP surgeries in Spalding and Grantham, working from home for the remainder of the time. 

A DBS check will be required. 

Salary range:   £19,187 per annum, FTE
Hours: 18.5 hours per week (exact days of working to be agreed)
Annual Leave: 5.6 weeks including bank holidays pro rata
Term:   30th November 2021 with the possibility of an extension
Closing date for applications:   Monday 12th April 2021
Interviews: 22nd/23rd April 2021
Please return your completed supporting statement and CV to

Generalist Adviser GP Project Job description March 2021.docx
Generalist Adviser GP Project Person Spec March 2021.docx

Generalist Adviser GP Project – Supporting statement

Trustee with Financial Experience

Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire (CASL)  is one of 271 local Charities that
make up the National Citizens Advice network, giving advice to those in
need, and lobbying government to put right injustices.  The organisation
performs well in the current challenging environment, with sound
governance and strong finances, operating across a large region from
Spalding, to Stamford, Grantham and Market Deeping.

Due to retirement, CASL is now seeking to appoint a Trustee with specific
Financial skills, to guide and advise the Finance and General Purposes sub-
committee, the Board and the Chief Officer on the key assumptions and
financial implications of CASL’s budgets, operational and strategic plans.
 They will monitor CASL’s income and expenditure, and in conjunction
with the Chief Officer and other staff present quarterly reports, including
income and expenditure statements and balance sheets, to ensure that
Board members understand the implications of accounts. Trustee roles
are unpaid.

 Candidates skills and experience should include: 

• financial qualifications, or relevant accountancy experience,
• ability to explain complex financial information in an accessible way,
• knowledge or experience of charity finances and fundraising.

The time commitment would be c5 Board meetings and 5 committee
meetings each year, plus an involvement of c 1-2 days per month.
For an informal discussion please contact the Chair, Monica Stark, at

For further information, please see our Trustee Information Pack

To make an application, please complete our application form, the trustee skills questionnaire and the trustee diversity form (not used for selection) and include your CV.  Please send these documents to Monica Stark, at

We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, particularly those from eastern European and BAME communities [who are currently under represented at board level].