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Vacancies in the domestic and sexual violence sector

For more information about these vacancies, please call the organisation advertising the job and not Women’s Aid National Office. PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to place an advert with us please follow these guidelines.

South Gloucestershire – Advocate Educator, IRIS (Identification & Referral to Improve Safety)

London – MARAC Coordinator and Duty Worker

London – Management Accountant

London – Team Manager

London – Health IDVA – triage

Reading, Wokingham & West Berkshire – Specialist Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic & Refugee Community Engagement & Support Worker (Bamer) 

Havering – Children’s Play Workers

Wycombe – Community Outreach Worker

London – DAHA Development Manager

Surrey – Refuge Coordinator – Maternity Cover

London – Younger Women’s Client Support Worker

Bristol – Safe House And Family Support Services Manager

Nottinghamshire – Volunteer Programme Community Worker

Nottinghamshire – MHCLG Female Refuge Safeguarding Lead – X2 posts

Nottinghamshire – MHCLG Female Children’s Refuge Support Worker x 4 posts

Nottinghamshire – Refuge Support Worker

Nottinghamshire – Children’s Refuge Worker

Bristol – Black, Asian, Minority & Ethnic (BAME) Crisis Response Worker (Including Eastern European)

London – Head of HR and Governance

Wearside – 2 x Community Outreach Workers

Wearside – Senior Support Refuge Worker

Wearside – Project Workers

Wearside – Charity Fundraiser

London – Therapeutic Service Manager

Stockport – Trauma Informed Domestic Abuse Practitioner

London – Self Employed Counsellors

Canterbury – Chief Executive Officer

London – Trustees

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Next Link

Our integrated service delivery team is expanding and we have a number of exciting opportunities for creative and highly motivated women with a broad understanding of domestic abuse issues, complex needs and a commitment to providing a high quality inclusive service within Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

Female* Advocate Educator, IRIS (Identification & Referral to Improve Safety), South Gloucestershire

Salary: Point 26, 23,866
Contract: Permanent
Location: South Gloucestershire
Hours: 37.5

We are looking for someone who is highly motivated to liaise closely with GP surgeries, provide training for clinical and non clinical staff, and offer emotional and practical support to patients who have experienced domestic violence and abuse.

The post will be based at the main Next Link office at Queen Square and working remotely in the South Gloucestershire area. This is a great opportunity for a practitioner who is looking to develop their career further.

The successful applicant will have:

• Experience of working with women and children experiencing domestic abuse
• Experience of promoting services and training to a range of professionals
• An empathetic, non-judgemental and non-directive approach to empowering patients along with the ability to understand the individual needs of patients
• Excellent written and verbal communication to a diverse audience
• Excellent assessment and liaison skills and an understanding of multi-cultural issues.
• A full driving licence and access to transport

Closing Date: 9am Tuesday 15th January 2019

Interview Date: Tuesday 22nd January 2019

IF YOU WOULD LIKE AN APPLICATION PACK PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE OR CONTACT:

[email protected] www.nextlinkhousing.co.uk

Next Link is a progressive employer and offers a pension scheme, up to 30 days annual leave (depending on length of service) and 3 extra holidays including International Women’s Day in lieu. We have a commitment to training and development.

Next Link is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk of abuse, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Next Link is committed to Equal Opportunities.

*All posts are exempt under section 7 (2) (f) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975

Next Link is part of Missing Link Housing

Advance

Advance delivers nationally accredited, quality marked services in Hammersmith & Fulham, Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea, and are starting a new exciting advocacy service in Brent. We work within a coordinated partnership response to domestic violence to provide independent domestic violence advocacy and support for women, children and young people and women’s community services for women who are involved in the criminal justice system, in anti-social behaviour or are at risk of breaking the law.

Female* MARAC Coordinator and Duty Worker- Brent

Contract: Fixed-Term Contract until 31st March 2020
Salary: from £26,800 per annum inc. London Weighting
Working hours: 35 hours per week according to contract terms with some out of hours on call work
Pension: Workplace Pension
Work Location: Brent

The Brent advocacy, family support and MARAC Coordination service is an exciting new project that will take Advance’s quality marked services to the borough of Brent. The service focuses on supporting survivors at high and medium risk of domestic abuse and providing them with high quality advocacy, support and advice to help them to know their options and lower the risk, and coordinating the MARAC. The service is spread across two main co-located offices in Brent. The post holder will work closely with statutory and voluntary sector agencies to coordinate the MARAC, support service users and improve partnership responses.

The post holder will have an excellent understanding of the MARAC process and of domestic abuse and its effects on women and children. The post holder will also have an understanding of the criminal justice system, MARAC, safeguarding procedures, and of project coordination and administration.

The post holder will be skilled in risk management and safety planning, remaining calm in a crisis and in handling sensitive information on a daily basis while being able to adopt and promote a strong partnership approach to service provision.

Advance is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. The post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, police vetting, and is open to women only (*Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9,
Part 1).

Benefits include 30 days holiday (pro rata) and a workplace pension.

Closing date: 10am on 3rd January 2019 Interview date: week commencing 7th January 2019

To apply please download the application form and Job Description from our website at http://advancecharity.org.uk/work-for-us/

Completed applications should be emailed to [email protected] or posted marked ‘Private and Confidential’ to :

ADVANCE CHARITY
PO BOX 74643
LONDON
W6 6JU

Registered Charity Number 1086873

Advance

Management Accountant

Salary: £30,000 to £34,000 (depending on experience) inc London Weighting
Reports to: Head of Finance and Business Services
Location: Hammersmith
Type: Permanent, full time
Working hours: 9am-5pm (35 hours per week plus 1hr lunch)

Purpose

This post is open to female applicants only as this is deemed a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

Advance, founded in 1998, is an award-winning charity working to tackle issues affecting vulnerable women and girls. Based in London, we are a women-only organisation delivering services for women by women, those experiencing domestic violence to be safe and take back control of their lives, and those who have committed crime are supported to break the cycle of re-offending. We aim to enable all women and girls to lead safe and violence-free lives, so that they are able to actively engage with society.

We are seeking an experienced management accountant to join our small finance team. The successful candidate will have all around experience including accounts payable, accounts receivable and at least 12 months experience in production of monthly management accounts including commentaries.

This is a great opportunity for a motivated individual who is eager to learn and want to build on their existing skills, and a chance to get in involved in all levels within finance leading up to assisting annual budgets.

Closing date is 18th January 2019, interview will take place shortly after the closing date. For an information conversation regarding this role, please contact Ms Hin Thi on 020 3953 3111.

Whilst we endeavour to respond to all our applicants but at times this may not be possible, if you have not received any response within two weeks of closing date, please assume you have not been shortlisted.

To apply: please download the application form and Job Description from our website at www.advanceadvocacyproject.org.uk.

Advance

Advance delivers nationally accredited, quality marked domestic abuse services in west London namely in Hammersmith & Fulham, Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea, and in Brent. We work within a coordinated partnership response to domestic violence to provide independent domestic violence advocacy and support for women, children and young people and women’s community services for women who are involved in the criminal justice system, in anti-social behaviour or are at risk of breaking the law.

Female* Team Manager

Contract: permanent
Grade/salary: from £30,000 per annum (Inc. London Weighting)
Pension: workplace pension
Working hours: 35 hours per week with some on-call management cover required
Work location: Brent

The Team manager will have a proven track record of leadership in providing services to women experiencing violence against women and girls (VAWG) and working with partners. You will support and manage a team of domestic abuse workers in Brent based on the IDVA model, oversee training to agencies such as health, and will oversee and improve the duty system. You will be skilled in risk management and safety planning, remaining calm in a crisis and in handling sensitive information on a daily basis. You will also have direct experience of work supporting female survivors of domestic abuse. You will be co-located with your workers in settings such as the police station and hospital, and will provide day to day advice and guidance on casework and will work to improve partnership responses. You will have an excellent understanding of domestic violence and its effects on women and children. You will also have a sound understanding of health, children’s and adult social care, housing and the criminal and civil justice system. You will develop and maintain relationships with relevant partners, together with the Programme Manager. You will represent the organisation at meetings including presentations and support the development and delivery of Advance services. You will ensure your team adheres to quality systems, quality of service and safeguarding standards.

Benefits include 30 days holiday and a pension scheme. Advance is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. The post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, police vetting and is open to women only (*Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1).

Closing date: 10am on 7th January
Interview date: week of January 14th

To apply: please download the application form and Job Description from our website at www.advanceadvocacyproject.org.uk. Completed applications should be emailed to [email protected]

Advance

Advance delivers nationally accredited, quality marked domestic abuse services in west London namely in Hammersmith & Fulham, Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea, and in Brent. We work within a coordinated partnership response to domestic violence to provide independent domestic violence advocacy and support for women, children and young people and women’s community services for women who are involved in the criminal justice system, in anti-social behaviour or are at risk of breaking the law.

Female* Health IDVA- triage

Contract: until 31st Jan 2020
Grade/salary: starting from £26,000 – 28,000 per annum (Inc. London Weighting) depending upon experience
Pension: workplace pension
Working hours: 35 hours per week
Work location: West London – Westminster and the tri borough

The Health IDVA will be collocated within a hospital and will work within a dynamic, fast paced, crisis intervention, advocacy and support service to ensure the voice of survivors informs every stage of the process. They will proactively contact referrals and once this contact is established will provide high quality support based upon a client led needs and risk assessment and will advise women on criminal justice, civil remedies, housing and related matters. They shall provide initial advice and crisis safety planning before the case is allocated or referred to the domestic abuse service local to the survivor.

The post holder will have two main facets of their work: directly working with survivors and directly working and building partnerships with hospital staff. The post holder will develop new and maintain existing working relationships with colleagues within the health sector whilst establishing a new service delivery model within a busy London hospital.

The post holder will have an excellent understanding of domestic violence and its effects on women and children, and of best practice within the domestic abuse and health sectors. As an experienced domestic violence advocate who has worked with a high volume of clients who have complex and multiple needs, the post holder will be skilled in risk management and safety planning, remaining calm in a crisis and in handling sensitive information on a daily basis. Experience of direct work with female survivors of domestic violence, and of working within safeguarding procedures is essential for this post, as is the need to adopt and promote a strong partnership approach to service provision and being able to build partnerships with external agencies.

Benefits include 30 days holiday and a pension scheme. Advance is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. The post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, police vetting and is open to women only (*Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1).

Closing date: 10am on 23rd January 2019 Interview date: week of January 28th 2019

To apply: please download the application form and Job Description from our website at www.advanceadvocacyproject.org.uk. Completed applications should be emailed to [email protected]

Women’s Aid Federation of England

On Track Project Officer

Women’s Aid is the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children. Over the past 44 years, Women’s Aid has been at the forefront of shaping and coordinating responses to domestic violence and abuse through practice, research and policy. We empower survivors by keeping their voices at the heart of our work, working with and for women and children by listening to them and responding to their needs.

We are a federation of over 180 organisations who provide just under 300 local lifesaving services to women and children across the country. We provide expert training, qualifications and consultancy to a range of agencies and professionals working with survivors or commissioning domestic abuse services, and award a National Quality Mark for services which meet our quality standards. We hold the largest national data set on domestic abuse, and use research and evidence to inform all of our work. Our campaigns achieve change in policy, practice and awareness, encouraging healthy relationships and helping to build a future where domestic abuse is no longer tolerated.

Your role will support the roll out of our online case management and outcomes monitoring system for domestic abuse services, On Track, with the result that survivors of domestic abuse will have their cases better managed whilst providing vital data to add voice to the sector. You will promote the take up and use of the system, building relationships with other organisations and providing training. With your understanding of monitoring and evaluation, plus strong IT skills you’ll be able to deliver better use of the data to support the whole sector.  On Track is a rigorously piloted flagship data programme that you can be proud to deliver.

Location                    London

Salary                        £25,346 plus inner London Weighting of £3,332, pro rata

Contract                   22.2 hours (3 days) per week on a fixed term contract for one year.

Closing date             9am on 22nd January 2019

Interviews                30th January 2019, London

To apply please complete an application form and return it to [email protected]. Please do not include a CV.

Job Description

Application Form

Applicants will be shortlisted according to how well they meet the criteria in the person specification.  Please highlight and explain how you meet these using the application form. If you have been shortlisted for interview, you will be informed by email. Regrettably, we are normally unable to acknowledge unsuccessful applicants.

Women only need apply under schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

Women’s Aid is committed to quality, equality and valuing diversity.

Applications are particularly welcome from black and minority ethnic women. Job share applications are also welcome.

We are a Disability Confident employer: we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for vacancies. For an informal chat about your needs or to receive the application pack in another format, please call Lauren Owen on 0117 983 7137 or email [email protected].

Registered charity no: 1054154

Recruitment consultancies/agencies should not approach Women’s Aid with regards to open vacancies. We regret that agency candidates will not be considered.

Berkshire Women’s Aid

Specialist Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic & Refugee Community Engagement & Support Worker (Bamer) – Reading, Wokingham & West Berkshire

Part-time – 35 hours per week

Salary – £20,371

Contract: Fixed Term – until 31st March 2020

Berkshire Women’s Aid is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee, based in Reading, which provides support to victims of domestic abuse.

We have an exciting opportunity within our organisation to provide a quality service to victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) in the BAMER community in the West of Berkshire.

Your role will be to provide community based outreach support to survivors of VAWG from BAMER communities and to advocate for survivors from BAMER communities as appropriate. The role will also proactively engage BAMER Communities to understand and express their needs in relation to violence against women and girls, helping to identify and address the gaps in, and barriers to, accessing relevant services.

The role aims to raise awareness amongst BAMER communities to bring forward current and past victims of violence and provide support to keep survivors and their children safe.

Experience of community engagement and of supporting victims and that you are fluent in at least one language apart from English are highly desirable (please see person specification for further details).

We are looking for an individual who is committed to working in a multi-agency setting, which is fast paced.  You will be joining our caring, strong and hardworking team.

The role is 35 hours per week.

An enhanced DBS check will be required for the successful candidate for this role.

This post is open to female applicants only as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

BWA is an equal opportunities employer.

For an application pack for this role, please contact Helen [email protected] or call 0118 9500182. No CVs will be accepted and no agencies.

Closing Date: 5pm – Friday 18 January 2019

Havering Women’s Aid

Children’s Play Workers

Salary: NJC Scale Point 27 – £24,174 pro rata. (Full time 35 hours per week)

3 year contract

This post will require dedicated team members to work with children and young people who live in Havering and have been affected by domestic abuse. Delivering children’s services which are creative, innovative and flexible. Working in small groups and one to one, providing activities which help children and young people to develop self awareness and promote their self esteem. The focus is to meet the needs of the children and young people we work with, the candidate will work sensitively, creatively, creating an environment which encourages children to develop, grow, feel safe, secure and supported.

Closing date January 14th 2019, interviews to be held 21th January 2019.

The post is subject to satisfactory enhanced DBS Check/ References

Please email [email protected] for application pack

Wycombe Women’s Aid

Registered Charity No. 299946    Registered Company No. 2245478

We are an independent charity offering support, information and refuge to women and children experiencing domestic violence.  We are seeking to fill the following post:

Community Outreach Worker

Hours:           37 hours per week

Salary:           NJC SCP 22 – 28 (£21,074 – £25,463) per annum

(Successful candidate will start at SCP 26)

Pension:       5% contribution to pension by Wycombe Women’s Aid

Leave:           25 days annual leave per annum, rising to 30 days after 5 years continuous service

The successful applicant will join our committed and enthusiastic Community Services team which offers support services to women living in the Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucks districts of Buckinghamshire who are experiencing or who have experienced domestic violence.  The post holder will provide one to one support and group work for women living in the community.

The applicant will ideally hold a Community & Youth qualification, a counselling qualification or the WAFE DAPA qualification, have experience of working with families, skills and experience of support work and group work and have a clear understanding of the issues of violence against women and children.  All candidates must demonstrate a commitment to working from a trauma informed, feminist perspective, which underpins all of our work.

The applicant should also be able to drive and have their own vehicle.

Closing date for applications:        Friday 11th January 2019 at 12.00 noon

Interviews to be held on:                Thursday 17th January 2019

For further information and/or an application pack please ring 01494 461367 or email [email protected] to receive the pack electronically.

We will only contact you if you are short listed.

Wycombe Women’s Aid is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and open to women only.  Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR), Schedule 9 (Work; Exceptions), Part 1 (Occupational Requirements) of the Equality Act 2010 applies.

 

Standing Together Against Domestic Violence (STADV)

Charity number 1088844

DAHA Development Manager

As a partner in the award winning Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA), Standing Together Against Domestic Violence (STADV) seek to appoint a dynamic Development Manager with a proven track record in project development and management within a partnership context.

STADV coordinates the ground breaking coordinated community response to domestic violence in West London.  STADV are co-founders, alongside Peabody and Gentoo, in DAHA which was founded in 2014 to promote better practice, policy and research in relation to housing and domestic abuse.

The post will manage a small Housing team and implement the business development plan for DAHA and drive forward this ground-breaking national initiative.

The post will be based in the STADV office with a degree of national travel.

Post:               Full-time 35 hours per week

Salary:           £32,000 – £36,000 per annum (ILW)

Contract:      One Year Fixed Term

Benefits:       25 days holiday and workplace pension

Closing dates for completed applications:  9:00am, Monday 14th January 2019

Interview date:  22nd January 2019

 

To apply please contact [email protected]  or call 020 8748 5717 for an application pack

Your Sanctuary

Refuge Coordinator – Maternity Cover – Fixed Term Contract

36 hours per week, North West Surrey
Salary: £23,650 per annum

Do you have a passion for supporting and empowering women who have fled from domestic abuse? If so, then we have a fantastic opportunity for you to get involved in the running of our refuge service. Using your strong administration and planning skills you will ensure that our two refuges provide an effective, efficient, and consistent service to women and their children who need a safe place to stay, whilst also drawing on your knowledge and empathy to provide both practical and emotional support when acting as a key worker. There will be the opportunity to get involved in helping us to continuously improve and develop the services we provide.

Being able to build strong relationships with colleagues, clients and local agencies is essential along with excellent organisational, communication and IT skills. Experience of working or volunteering in a similar environment is essential and you must be able to demonstrate the ability to co-ordinate resources and make sound decisions under pressure. The need for flexibility is key as no two days will ever be the same!

This is a challenging role but one which is also very rewarding. Reporting to the Operations Manager, you will work 36 hours over 5 days (Monday to Friday) with emergency on call shift rota and helpline responsibilities. We offer 25 days annual leave along with a contributory pension scheme and employee assistance programme.

This role is based across two women’s refuges and is therefore open to female applicants only and is exempt under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1.

The closing date for this vacancy is Monday 14th January 2019 (9am) but please be aware that applications will be considered as they are received as we are looking to fill this post as soon as possible.

For the full job description and person specification please visit our website: https://www.yoursanctuary.org.uk/opportunities. To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to [email protected]. In your covering letter please include a paragraph on how your skills, experience and/or knowledge enable you to meet the requirements set out in the person specification for this post.

Jewish Women’s Aid

Jewish Women’s Aid is the only charity in the UK working with Jewish women, and their children, affected by domestic abuse. We provide a client support service, counselling, children’s service, helpline and education, training and awareness raising programmes.

We are currently looking to recruit a Younger Women’s Client Support Worker to join our casework team

Younger Women’s Client Support Worker

35 hours per week (Full time)
Salary £27,000

JWA’s client support service provides a vital lifeline for women experiencing physical, emotional, economic and sexual abuse. The team offers practical and emotional support including: risk and needs assessment, key work and safety planning. They also assist women to access counselling, legal advice, McKenzie Friends and coaching.

The client support team is based in the borough of Barnet, with outreach work across London and surrounding areas.

You’ll be enthusiastic, empathic and creative, and able to work with people under stress. You will already have experience of working with vulnerable and high risk groups, ideally with women under 25 years old. Knowledge of the Jewish community is also essential. You’ll be tech savvy with a desire to learn more about digitally-enhanced stalking and cyber abuse.

Please go to www.jwa.org.uk to download an application pack and form, or contact Suzi or Caroline, Office Managers on [email protected] or 020 8445 8060.

Closing date: 7th January 2019 at 5.00pm
Interviews: 10th/11th January 2019

This post is advertised in accordance with section 7.2 (e) of the Sex Discrimination Act. Only women need apply. Registered charity number: 1047045

Next Link

We have an exciting opportunity for a creative and highly motivated woman to join the management team. She will have broad understanding of domestic abuse issues, complex needs and a commitment to providing a high quality inclusive service within Bristol.

Female* Safe House And Family Support Services Manager

Salary: Point 31; £28,221
Location: Bristol
Hours: 37.5 (includes participation on out of hours telephone on-call rota and occasional evening and Saturday working on a rota basis)

This post will take a lead role for the safe house provision within Next Link Domestic Abuse services in Bristol, supporting female survivors and their children fleeing domestic violence and abuse.

The Team Leader will hold responsibility for managing a staff team to deliver:
• Safe house provision for single women, women with complex needs and women with children
• High quality accommodation and support to survivors
• Family support, with a focus on the needs of children and young people across safe house and community services

The successful candidates will:

• Be a strong, confident and enthusiastic leader with substantial management experience and a proven track record in leading and developing staff in a housing, domestic abuse or similar setting
• Have knowledge and understanding of the issues, barriers, impact and support needs of individuals who have experienced domestic abuse and how best to support survivors and their families
• Be experienced in managing accommodation based support services for people with support needs (DV, homelessness, mental health, substance misuse)
• Demonstrate the ability to delegate, motivate and direct individuals and teams
• Have knowledge of health and safety issues, and risk assessment tools, especially those relevant to domestic abuse and supported housing
• Ensure the team adopts a victim centred approach, focussing on safety and recovery.
• Be committed to working with service users in an empowering way
• A current, full driving licence and access to an appropriate vehicle is essential

CLOSING DATE 9am Monday 7th January 2019
INTERVIEW DATE: Tuesday 15th January 2019

IF YOU WOULD LIKE AN APPLICATION PACK PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE OR CONTACT:
[email protected] www.nextlinkhousing.co.uk

Next Link is a progressive employer and offers a pension scheme, up to 30 days annual leave (depending on length of service) and 3 extra holidays including International Women’s Day in lieu. We have a commitment to training and development.

Next Link is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk of abuse, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Next Link is committed to Equal Opportunities.

All posts are exempt under section7 (2) (f) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975

Next Link is part of Missing Link Housing

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd

Do you want to be part of a dynamic and growing organisation that works to promote the safety and wellbeing of women, children and young people affected by domestic violence and abuse?

As a result of the continued development of Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Limited we are looking to recruit the following post:

Volunteer Programme Community Worker

18 hours – 12 month temporary contract
£20,858 per annum pro rata

The successful person will have an understanding of the effects of domestic abuse on women, be able to develop, organise and deliver a volunteer training programme for the organisation. Will respond to the needs of the organisation by increasing volunteering opportunities for women in the community. Will offer support, supervision and appraisals to new and existing volunteers within the organisation.

Closing date: 7th January 2019 at 12noon

Interview Date: 15th January 2019

This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check and is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This service is run by women for women and is therefore restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9 Part 1 and Section 7(2) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.

Application packs can be obtained by either email: [email protected], or via our website www.nottswa.org/jobopps or in writing, enclosing an A4 £1.01 stamped self addressed envelope for each application pack requested, to:

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd
Recruitment, Children’s Refuge Worker
The Farr Centre,
Chapel Walk, Westgate,
Worksop, S80 1LR

CV’s will not be accepted.

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd

Do you want to be part of a dynamic and growing organisation that works to promote the safety and wellbeing of women, children and young people affected by domestic violence and abuse?

As a result of the continued development of Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Limited we are looking to recruit the following post:

MHCLG Female Refuge Safeguarding Lead – X2 posts

18 month temporary contract – £22,221 per annum pro rata

The successful person will work with women, children and young people who are resident at the refuge. They will work alongside the refuge team to design and deliver creative, innovative, accessible and flexible programmes of work and activities through both one to one support and group work activities. The focus of the work will be on meeting the needs of the women, children and young people in relation to adult safeguarding and child protection issues. To offer support, advocate and liaise with external agencies to ensure individual needs are met. To attend adult and child safeguarding meetings. Offer support to families with complex needs including mental health, drug and alcohol use and Domestic Abuse. Offer a range of group work programmes including parenting programmes, joint programmes to mum and children, healthy eating, eating on a budget etc. Be able to work in a creative, sensitive, flexible, non-discriminatory and non-judgemental way in order to respond to the diverse needs of the families at the refuge.

Closing date: 2nd January 2019 at 12noon

Interview Date: 10th January 2019

This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check and is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This service is run by women for women and is therefore restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9 Part 1 and Section 7(2) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.

Application packs can be obtained by either email: [email protected], or via our website www.nottswa.org/jobopps or in writing, enclosing an A4 £1.01 stamped self addressed envelope for each application pack requested, to:

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd
Recruitment, Children’s Refuge Worker
The Farr Centre,
Chapel Walk, Westgate,
Worksop, S80 1LR

CV’s will not be accepted.

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd

Do you want to be part of a dynamic and growing organisation that works to promote the safety and wellbeing of women, children and young people affected by domestic violence and abuse?

As a result of the continued development of Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Limited we are looking to recruit the following post:

MHCLG Female Children’s Refuge Support Worker x 4 posts

x2 Posts at 22 hours per week – 18 month temporary contract
x2 Posts at 16 hours per week – 18 month temporary contract
£21,519 per annum pro rata

This post requires you to work with children and young people who are resident at the refuge. You will work alongside the Refuge Children’s Services Team to design and deliver creative, innovative, accessible and flexible programmes of work and activities through both one to one support and group work activities. The focus of the work will be on meeting the needs of the children and young people around their experience of Domestic Abuse. The successful candidate will be able to work in a creative, sensitive, flexible, non-discriminatory and non- judgemental way in order to respond to the diverse needs of the children and young people at the refuge. She must be able to create an environment, which encourages children to develop the skills needed to work through their experiences of domestic abuse.

Closing date: 18th January 2019 at 12 noon

Interview Date: 28th January 2019

This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check and is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This service is run by women for women and is therefore restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9 Part 1 and Section 7(2) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.

Application packs can be obtained by either email: [email protected], or via our website www.nottswa.org/jobopps or in writing, enclosing an A4 £1.01 stamped self addressed envelope for each application pack requested, to:

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd
Recruitment, Children’s Refuge Worker
The Farr Centre,
Chapel Walk, Westgate,
Worksop, S80 1LR

CV’s will not be accepted.

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd

Do you want to be part of a dynamic and growing organisation that works to promote the safety and wellbeing of women, children and young people affected by domestic violence and abuse?

As a result of the continued development of Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Limited we are looking to recruit the following post:

Female Refuge Support Worker

18 hours per week
£22,221 per annum, pro rata for part time

The successful person will have an understanding of the effects of domestic abuse on women, young people and children and be committed to working in a non-discriminatory manner. You will be self motivated, flexible and able to work under pressure. You must be able to work on your own initiative and as part of a team. The ability to deal with sensitive and confidential information is essential as is experience of working with women, young people and children in a support setting. You will be required to work flexibly, including evening and weekend working and out of hours on a rota basis. A full driving licence and use of a car is essential.

Closing date: 4th January 2019 at 12noon

Interview Date: 14th January 2019

This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check and is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This service is run by women for women and is therefore restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9 Part 1 and Section 7(2) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.

Application packs can be obtained by either email: [email protected], or via our website www.nottswa.org/jobopps or in writing, enclosing an A4 £1.01 stamped self addressed envelope for each application pack requested, to:

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd
Recruitment, Children’s Refuge Worker
The Farr Centre,
Chapel Walk, Westgate,
Worksop, S80 1LR

CV’s will not be accepted.

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd

Do you want to be part of a dynamic and growing organisation that works to promote the safety and wellbeing of women, children and young people affected by domestic violence and abuse?

As a result of the continued development of Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Limited we are looking to recruit the following post:

Children’s Refuge Worker

18.5 hours per week – £21,519 per annum, pro rata for part time

This post requires you to work with children and young people who are resident at the refuge. You will work alongside the Refuge Children’s services team to design and deliver creative, innovative, accessible and flexible programmes of work and activities through both one to one support and group work activities. The focus of the work will be on meeting the needs of the children and young people around their experience of Domestic Abuse. The successful candidate will be able to work in a creative, sensitive, flexible, non-discriminatory and non- judgemental way in order to respond to the diverse needs of the children and young people at the refuge. She must be able to create an environment, which encourages children to develop the skills needed to work through their experiences of domestic abuse.

Closing date: 12 noon on 15/01/19

Interviews: 23/01/19

This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check and is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This service is run by women for women and is therefore restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9 Part 1 and Section 7(2) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.
Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.

Application packs can be obtained by either email: [email protected], or via our website www.nottswa.org/jobopps or in writing, enclosing an A4 £1.01 stamped self addressed envelope for each application pack requested, to:

Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd
Recruitment, Children’s Refuge Worker
The Farr Centre,
Chapel Walk, Westgate,
Worksop, S80 1LR

CV’s will not be accepted.

Next Link

Female Black, Asian, Minority & Ethnic (BAME) Crisis Response Worker (Including Eastern European)

Salary: Point 24: £22,401
Hours: 18.75
Location: Bristol

Next Link is the leading provider of domestic abuse services in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. We offer employees innovative, exciting and supportive working environment; great terms and conditions; training and personal development opportunities. We offer 11 bank holiday days in addition to 25 days annual leave and on-going training and career development in your role.

At Next Link we are committed to provide holistic, empowering and personalized support and advocacy to women and children experiencing domestic abuse. With a focus on survivor’s safety and recovery; we believe the provision of flexible support tailored to survivors’ needs can be transforming, helping to maximize independence and self-determination so survivors can make informed choices.

We are looking for a BAME Crisis Response Worker to join the team and work within a dynamic, fast paced crisis intervention advocacy and support service.

The successful candidate will have:
• Experience of working with women in crisis.
• An understanding of the impact of domestic abuse.
• Good assessment and liaison skills and an understanding of multi-cultural issues.
• Fluency in another language
• The ability to work flexibly outside office hours as required.
• A full driving licence and access to transport.

Your role will include:
• Responding to emergency and crisis situations to Black, Asian, Minority and Ethnic women and children experiencing domestic abuse
• Providing support, advice, advocacy, signposting or direct interventions
• Providing short term support (up to 4 weeks) advising women on criminal justice and civil remedies
• Empowering survivors to increase their options, make positive choices/decisions, increase their confidence, safety and recovery
• Some evening and Saturday working on a rota basis and participation on out of hours telephone on-call rota

If you are motivated, resourceful and passionate about empowering female victims of domestic abuse apply for this role and work as part of a team to contribute to the valuable work Next Link and its wider services, delivering hope and support to survivors of domestic violence and abuse.

CLOSING DATE: 9.00am Friday 21st December 2018
INTERVIEW DATE: Thursday 3rd January 2019

IF YOU WOULD LIKE AN APPLICATION PACK PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE OR CONTACT:
[email protected] www.nextlinkhousing.co.uk

Next Link is a progressive living wage employer and offers a pension scheme, up to 30 days annual leave (depending on length of service) and 3 extra holidays including International Women’s Day in lieu. We have a commitment to training and development.

Next Link is committed to Equal Opportunities.

Next Link is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk of abuse, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All posts are exempt under section7 (2) (f) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975

Next Link is part of Missing Link Housing

Advance

Head of HR and Governance *

Salary: £47,000 – £50,000 per annum, depending on experience.
Term: Permanent
Based: Hammersmith, London
Hours: 35 hours per week
Other benefits: pension, 30 days holiday, childcare vouchers

This post is open to *female applicants only as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
About Advance

Advance, established in 1998, is an award-winning innovative non-profit organisation supporting women and girls experiencing domestic abuse and those women in the criminal justice system, enabling them to live safe, violence-free and equal lives. We are at the forefront of developing whole-systems change services, establishing the first teams working within statutory settings to reach women and girls at police stations, hospitals, social care and probation services, and leading pan-London holistic, trauma-informed programmes.

We are a passionate and dedicated team who believe in empathy and respect, empowerment, collaboration and innovation. These qualities characterise our work with women and girls experiencing trauma, reaching over 3000 women and their children each year. The organisation has recently expanded its services, with annual income of £3.6m and over 80 staff working across London.

About the role

This exciting Head of HR and Governance role will be leading Advance’s approach to human resources and governance, facilitating empowerment and learning within Advance. The role will manage the HR officer and work closely with the management team on a daily basis, reporting to the CEO. The person needs to make a real impact from day one.
You will be leading in a number of key areas which include: salary budget management, payroll management, HR system and overseeing the full recruitment lifecycle. Other important areas that you will be leading include reviewing and writing policies, managing the implementation of new appraisal process, a new staff survey, delivering the team structures for new services and programmes, managing employment queries and cases, responsible for GDPR with the external consultant and governance on behalf of the trustees.

About you

As an experienced Business Partner you will be expected to embed the culture and vision of the new and improved HR service across your client groups. You will need strong stakeholder engagement skills, be able to make quick wins to help build effective relationships with stakeholders and managers, you will need to be able to be able to work confidentially and be able to use your initiative.

To Apply

If you have experience in the above and have a passion for working for a brilliant non-profit organisation, please apply by 9 January 2019.

Please complete a covering letter (no more than 2 pages) and an application form found on our website at www.advancecharity.org.uk/work-for-us/ and submit them to [email protected]

Interviews will be held on 15 January 2019.

Advance is committed to equality and diversity and strongly encourages applications from women with disabilities, from BME backgrounds and the LBT community.

Wearside Women in Need

Want to make a difference for women and children suffering domestic abuse? Wearside Women in Need is Recruiting…

Looking for a new challenge in 2019? We’re looking for committed staff with a range of cross sector skills to bring to our Refuge accommodation, and community-based support services, including out of hours support work with the Police. If you are interested in any of this work, we want to hear from you.

2 x Community Outreach Workers 28 – 37 hrs £21,074 (pro rata)

To deliver an intensive support service to women presenting with a complexity of needs. These posts will work with our refuge and IDVA services and other key partners to secure safe outcomes and sustainable housing options.

Senior Support Refuge Worker 37.5 hrs SCP 24 – 27 (£22,401 – £24,657) (Depending on experience)

Responsible for the supervision of staff and daily operational running of the Refuge ensuring all residents have a clear and safe progression route through our services.

Project Workers – Various flexible Posts 8 – 21 hours, £9.17 ph

We are seeking a ‘bank’ of staff to assist in the day-to-day running of the refuge, including out of hours cover, sleepovers and casual shift work offering support, advice and guidance to women and their children living in the refuge or in the community.

Charity Fundraiser, 30 hrs per week, £20,541 – £23,111 (pro rata)

This is a great opportunity for an outgoing individual to develop innovative approaches to community, corporate and legacy fundraising building on existing strong community support. The role will include some evening and weekend work to attend events and meetings.

Closing date for receipt of completed applications is:  2nd January (Midnight)
Interviews take place: 9th and 10th January 2019

To apply go to: https://sector1.net/job/community-outreach-workerssenior-support-refuge-workerproject-workerscharity-fundraiser/127215/sunderland/charity

These posts are restricted to female applicants only.
(Occupational Requirement, Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1 applies).

Woman’s Trust

Female Therapeutic Service Manager

Salary up to £21,000 pa (21 hours pw, £35,000 pro rata)
This post is women only, the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1 applies

1 in 4 women will experience some form of domestic violence or abuse within their lifetime. It is the leading cause of depression among women.

Woman’s Trust is one of the few organisations to make the connection between domestic abuse and women’s mental health and emotional wellbeing. We have been providing free, specialist therapeutic support to help women overcome their experiences of domestic abuse since 1996. Our services fill a critical gap in mental health support in London.

We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced therapist to take the clinical lead on our person-centred counselling services for women affected by domestic abuse.

You will carry out the role with a warm, confident and professional manner. You will lead a team of staff and volunteers who are proficient, passionate and highly committed to deliver quality community-based recovery services.

As part of your responsibilities you will:
• Exercise clinical responsibility for Woman’s Trust counselling, group work, crisis counselling and other therapeutic services
• Ensure that Woman’s Trust’s counselling services are delivered to a high professional standard and in accordance with the BACP Ethical Framework.
• Lead on the development of new opportunities for the enhancement and expansion of Woman’s Trust’s counselling and support services
• Lead on clinical representation of Woman’s Trust’s services to external bodies and involvement in campaigning for the improvement of services for women experiencing domestic abuse
• Be the Safeguarding lead for the organisation and any other risk factors

Other essential criteria are
• A diploma in Person-Centred/Humanistic/Integrative counselling or equivalent
• BACP/UKCP accreditation
• Substantial experience, especially working with clients who have experienced abuse or trauma, and/or have complex needs
• Experience of working with women affected by domestic abuse
• Experience of providing clinical supervision
• Substantial experience of supervision and coordinating counsellors or volunteers
• Experience of staff and service management.
• Experience of working with women from black and other minority ethnic communities

Closing date: Monday, 7th January 2019 – 9 am
Interviews: Week 14th January 2018
This post is based in our office in the Edgware Road area

Applications for this role will need to include a detailed personal statement, addressing each point in the person specification.

To view the full job description and the person specification please download an application pack from our website http://womanstrust.org.uk/job/therapeutic-services-manager/

This role will be subject to a DBS check.

For further information and an informal discussion please call 020 7034 0303 or email [email protected]

Stockport Without Abuse

Trauma Informed Domestic Abuse Practitioner

Fixed term contract until 30th April 2020 with the possibility of extension subjected to funding
37 hours per week
Salary £25,951 – £26,822 and partial contribution towards cost of clinical supervision
Stockport Without Abuse is a highly regarded, specialist charity educating, supporting and empowering individuals & families affected by domestic abuse.

An exciting opportunity has risen within SWA to work in a new Greater Manchester partnership to deliver Trauma Informed Domestic Violence Interventions to victims with complex needs and history of Trauma to maintain stability, improve internal safety and increase external safety.
If you believe that you have the qualities and skills to meet this challenging and exciting opportunity, we would like to hear from you.
Main purpose of the post:

To develop and deliver a range of Trauma Informed domestic abuse interventions to women experiencing domestic abuse who also have complex needs and history of trauma and in need to accessing or maintaining safe and stable living environment . This role may also include working in advisory capacity to our domestic abuse partners to develop client centered trauma informed care plan for women accessing refuge accommodations across our partner agencies.

If you would like to discuss this opportunity further please contact us on 0161 477 4294

To request an application pack please email [email protected]

Please send your completed application and covering letter to: [email protected]

Applications ONLY – CV’s are not accepted for this role.

Closing date for applications is 12noon Friday 4th January 2019.

Interviews will be held week commencing 14th January 2019.

Please note due to the nature of our work, this post is restricted to women applicants only under Schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

Charity Number: 1079291

nia

East London Rape Crisis Service provides free, confidential specialist help for women and girls who have been raped or experienced any other form of sexual violence. The service is for women of all ages and girls over 13, whatever the assault and whenever it occurred.

The women who work and volunteer at Rape Crisis London offer confidential and independent support. Services include emotional and practical support, one-to-one counselling, group support and advocacy.

nia is a member of Rape Crisis (England and Wales), an umbrella organisation supporting Rape Crisis Centres across the country. Rape Crisis is completely independent of the government and the criminal justice system.

Self Employed Counsellors

Salary: £30.00 per hour

Contract type: Self-employed

The ELRC Counselling Service provides face to face counselling for women who have experienced recent or non-recent sexual violence. The service is available to women from the London boroughs of Redbridge, Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Havering, Barking and Dagenham and Newham.

Project aims:
The counselling service aims to provide women with space, safety and support to enable them to heal at their own pace. The counsellor will provide therapeutic support for up to one year to women who have experienced recent or non-recent sexual violence

Requirements
We are looking for counsellors who will commit to at least one day per week for a year and who are willing to work in any of the East London Boroughs
You will be required to attend fortnightly supervision provided by the counselling service and to carry out administration tasks to support the clinical work
You will be a member of BACP or UKCP and fully qualified to Advanced Diploma level. You will be accredited (or close to achieving accreditation or registration) with substantial post-qualifying experience of working with survivors of gender based violence.

You will have a ‘can-do’ approach and demonstrable commitment to nia’s feminist approach to supporting women and their children

Self Employed Counsellors will be expected to have their own Professional Indemnity Insurance and ideally a current enhanced DBS check.

This post will be subject to an enhanced vetting and barring check and open to women only. Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR), Schedule 9 (Work; Exceptions), Part 1 (Occupational Requirements), of the Equality Act (2010) applies.

How to apply:

Please visit our website www.niaendingviolence.org.uk and download an application form, addressing the requirements of the Self Employed Counsellor job specification and detailing whether enhanced DBS is held and details of Personal Indemnity insurance to [email protected], or by post marked Private and Confidential to: the nia project PO Box 58207 London N1 3XP

the nia project is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.

Closing date: 10am, 7 January 2019
Interview date: tbc

Women’s Aid Federation of England

Chief Operating Officer

Women’s Aid is the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children. Over the past 44 years, Women’s Aid has been at the forefront of shaping and coordinating responses to domestic violence and abuse through practice, research and policy. We empower survivors by keeping their voices at the heart of our work, working with and for women and children by listening to them and responding to their needs.

We are a federation of over 180 organisations who provide just under 300 local lifesaving services to women and children across the country. We provide expert training, qualifications and consultancy to a range of agencies and professionals working with survivors or commissioning domestic abuse services, and award a National Quality Mark for services which meet our quality standards. We hold the largest national data set on domestic abuse, and use research and evidence to inform all of our work. Our campaigns achieve change in policy, practice and awareness, encouraging healthy relationships and helping to build a future where domestic abuse is no longer tolerated.

This role presents a fantastic opportunity to help shape the future sustainability of England’s leading domestic abuse charity. You will be joining a talented team, passionate about their work with survivors of domestic abuse to help build the strong internal foundations our charity requires following a period of rapid growth.

As a member of the Executive Management Team, this new role will be responsible for developing, implementing and strengthening the internal systems and culture that help our people and projects to thrive. Ensuring effective management of finances, HR, premises, good governance and planning, you will support the charity’s sustainability and help us be a strong voice and support for our network of member services.

You will have relevant senior management experience (people, systems and projects) in financial management, HR and IT and be proficient in providing organisations with financial management information.

Location                    Bristol (with some travel required)

Salary                        £54,648 – £58,968 per annum

Contract                   37 hours (based on a 5 day week, 4 days may be possible, job-share also considered), permanent

Closing date             9am Thursday 10th January

Interviews                22nd January, Bristol

To apply please complete an application form and return it to [email protected]. Please do not include a CV.

Application Pack

Application Form

Applicants will be shortlisted according to how well they meet the criteria in the person specification.  Please highlight and explain how you meet these using the application form. If you have been shortlisted for interview, you will be informed by email. Regrettably, we are normally unable to acknowledge unsuccessful applicants.

Women only need apply under schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

Women’s Aid is committed to quality, equality and valuing diversity.

Applications are particularly welcome from black and minority ethnic women. Job share applications are also welcome.

We are a Disability Confident employer: we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for vacancies. For an informal chat about your needs or to receive the application pack in another format, please call Lauren Owen on 0117 983 7137 or email [email protected].

Registered charity no: 1054154

Recruitment consultancies/agencies should not approach Women’s Aid with regards to open vacancies. We regret that agency candidates will not be considered.

Rising Sun Domestic Violence and Abuse Service Kent

Chief Executive Officer
Location: Canterbury, Kent
Salary: £40,500
Hours: Full time

Download Job Information Pack

Download Application Form

Download Equalities Monitoring Form

For enquiries contact Anne Lyttle on 01227 452852 or 07983380212 and at [email protected]

Interviews will take place on Wednesday 19 December.

nia

Trustees

nia, the charity for women and girls escaping male violence, is looking for new members to join our board of trustees.

For more than 40 years, nia has provided high quality, women-led services across north and east London. We operate two refuges, run the East London Rape Crisis helpline, and offer independent advocacy for victims of domestic and sexual violence to guide them through the courts.

Board members help set the organisation’s strategic goals, and provide support and oversight to the CEO and senior staff. They advise on fundraising, financial management, media relations and communication, and sit on interview panels when nia is hiring new staff.  Trustees are expected to attend four board meetings a year, and may also work on individual projects or in working groups.

Our trustees work on a voluntary basis and are not expected to contribute financially to the organisation – all we want is your time.

The role of the trustee is to govern the organisation, provide leadership and overall direction; to ensure the organisation has a clear vision and aims and effective strategies to achieve these; and to ensure compliance with all relevant legislation.

We would like to develop the skills on the board of trustees and ensure that trustees are representative of the diverse communities that we service so we’re particularly looking for feminists who have accountancy qualifications, and/or women who have been subjected to men’s violence, Black and minoritised women, lesbians, disabled women and young women, but please don’t be put off if you don’t fall in to any of these categories.

To apply, please visit our website www.niaendingviolence.org.uk and download a Trustee profile and application pack.  CV’s will not be accepted.  Applications can be returned via email to: [email protected] or by post in a sealed envelope marked “Private & Confidential” to Rachel Evans, nia, P.O Box 58203, London, N1 3XP.

Closing Date:  10am, 7 January 2019

If you have any questions, or would like to talk informally to someone about joining the Board, please contact Rachel Evans, Central Services Manager at: [email protected]

As part of the recruitment process an enhanced vetting and barring, check will be carried out, but this does not necessarily exclude applicants, and open to women only. Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR), Schedule 9 (Work; Exceptions), Part 1 (Occupational Requirements), of the Equality Act (2010) applies

© 2015 Women's Aid Federation of England – Women’s Aid is a company limited by guarantee registered in England No: 3171880.

Women’s Aid is a registered charity in England No. 1054154

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