Current Vacancies

Stockport Without Abuse – Independent Domestic Violence Advisor (IDVA)Fixed term contract until 1st April 2020 with the possibility of extension subjected to funding. 37 hours per week. Salary £23,698 per annum. Stockport Without Abuse is a highly regarded, specialist charity educating, supporting and empowering individuals & families affected by domestic abuse. We are seeking an experienced, committed and creative Independent Domestic Violence Advisor (IDVA) to join our amazing team. 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 provide high quality frontline support, to victims of domestic abuse (DVA), delivering a proactive service to those at high risk to meet their identified needs .The post holder will work collaboratively within a multiagency framework consisting of, amongst others, the MARAC partners, Stockport Community Safety Partnership, Children and Adult Safeguarding services and local partners and community projects to establish a multi-agency response to domestic abuse. The post holder will support victims through utilising Criminal Justice System prior to, during and after court hearings; ensuring they are supported and informed of legal options and implications.

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 – no CV is accepted for this role  

Closing date for applications is 4pm Monday 26th November 2018  

Interviews will be held Friday 7th December 2018  

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

Refuge Independent Domestic Violence Advocate (IDVA). Location: Warrington. Department:      Operations. Job type: Full time. Job opening status: In-Progress. Hours:   37.5 per week

Role overview:  We are recruiting for a skilled domestic violence advocate (IDVA) to provide high quality advocacy and support to survivors of domestic violence in Warrington. . You will work in partnership with other agencies to develop and deliver risk management plans to ensure victims’ safety. You will be responsible for advocating on behalf of survivors of domestic violence in a range of settings, and managing and reviewing your cases.

Essential skills or experience:     The successful candidate will have significant proven experience of providing emotional and practical support to survivors of domestic violence. You will understand the legal system in how it relates to survivors of domestic violence, and have strong communication skills to deliver presentations and reports to stakeholders effectively. An ability to work independently and prioritise a busy workload is essential.

Other information:  Refuge is proud to be a leader in its field and an employer of choice with leading edge systems for supervision, quality management and development. We offer the first Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) accredited qualification for our profession. Other benefits include 28 days holiday, pension scheme, an employee assistance programme and a childcare voucher scheme. Closing date: 10th December 2018. Interview date: 17th December 2018. Salary range: £24,218 – £26,210 per annum

Please note you may be required to work some weekends. An enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) certificate will be required for this role.

This post is restricted to women due to the nature of the role. The Occupational Requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies.

Refuge is committed to quality, equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. All candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the feminist values of empowerment and equality, which underpins all of our work. No agencies please – as a charity we work hard to keep our costs down.

TDAS  – Accommodation Coordinator. Salary/ Rate: £14,978 Actual. Pension: Pension scheme entitlement after 3 months of employment. Location:  Trafford. Closing date: Thursday 6th December 2018. Date of Interview: Thursday 13th December 2018. Start date: ASAP. Hours: 22.5 Hours.

Description:  TDAS are looking to identify an Accommodation Coordinator to lead and supervise the Accommodation Services team in the day to day running of TDAS refuge and Move on Accommodation.  To ensure the provisions of a flexible range of services for women, men, children and young people in the refuge and Move on accommodation and to coordinate a cross borough partnership with other Greater Manchester Refuge accommodation services. To consult with all service users and stakeholders, in order to evaluate and improve all service provisions within the confines of an allocated budget. The role is based at TDAS Refuge with travel across Greater Manchester Involved.

Main duties will include:

  • Manage and supervise the Accommodation Service team ensuring adequate staff coverage to meet service levels.
  • Play an active part in all Accommodation provisions, providing cover as and when required.
  • Network and liaise with Partner agencies across the BSTS Partnership in order to provide an integrated referral pathway across all provisions.
  • Work in partnership with children, families, staff, statutory, voluntary and community organisations to promote the welfare and wellbeing of each woman, man, child and family.

To apply for this position it is essential that you have a minimum of 2 years experience working in a refuge or hostel setting. Experience of dealing with crisis situations and experience of managing people with the ability to effectively lead and manage a small team. The applicant must have knowledge and understanding of the effects of domestic abuse on men, women, children and young People.

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS.

Due to the requirements of the role, we are requesting that female only applicants apply. Please do not send CVs, as they will not be processed. No agencies please.

Please contact [email protected] for an application pack, Alternatively, please contact 0161 872 7368

WHAG is a leading charity delivering quality support services to women, men and their families who are affected by domestic abuse and homeless vulnerable women across North West England. Improving the safety and life opportunities of our service users and supporting them in their recovery.
Our people impact on the lives of others and our business everyday so we’re committed to developing talent and growing ambition. We’re looking for people who want to be the best they can in their role and who want to make a difference day in, day out. We currently have an opportunity for:

ORGANISATIONAL: Policy and Development Manager. Provide an advisory role to WHAG’s senior team on internal policy and domestic abuse housing and public policy.

  • Salary: Point 32-34 (£28,150 – £29,798) pro rata
  • Actual Salary: £23,458 – £24,831
  • Hours: 30 hours
  • Closing Date: 9.00am, 22nd November 2018
  • Interview date:  29th November 2018

Please request an application pack from [email protected] or download at www.whag.info

Returned applications to [email protected]  

Volunteer Coordinator. The volunteer coordinator will report to the operations manager and will liaise at all levels throughout the organisation, as well as maintain and build relationships with external contacts. Developing and coordinating volunteering within the organisation and taking responsibility for key projects identified in the business plan

  • Actual Salary: Point 22 – 25 (£20,417 – £22,392)
  • Hours: 36 hours 
  • Closing Date: 9.00am, 26th November 2018
  • Interview date:  3rd December  2018

Please request an application pack from [email protected] or download at www.whag.info

Returned applications to [email protected]

Fundraising Coordinator The fundraising coordinator will report to the finance and administration manager and will liaise at all levels throughout the organisation, as well as maintain and build relationships with external contacts. Developing and coordinating fundraising programmes.  

  • Salary: Point 22 – 25 (£20,417 – £22,392) pro rata
  • Actual Salary: £10,2018 – £11,196
  • Hours: 18 (Worked over 3 days)
  • Closing Date: 9.00am, 3rd December 2018
  • Interview date:  TBC

Please request an application pack from [email protected] or download at www.whag.info

Returned applications to [email protected]  

Finance and Administration Assistant. The finance and administration assistant will report to the finance and administration manager and will support the administration and finance team to provide efficient and effective support for WHAG.  

  • Salary: Point 11 – 14 (£15,330 – £16,363) Pro rata
  • Actual Salary: £7,665 – £8,181
  • Hours: 18 (Worked over 3 days)
  • Closing Date: 9.00am, 3rd December 2018
  • Interview date:  TBC

Please request an application pack from [email protected] or download at www.whag.info

Returned applications to [email protected]

BURY – Domestic Abuse Floating support Worker

One year fixed term contract to cover Maternity leave, starting in January 2019 to work specifically with men and women experiencing or fleeing domestic violence for floating support project in Bury (Essential Urdu and Punjabi speaking) 

  • Actual Salary: Point 22-25 (£20,417 – £22,392)
  • Hours: 36 (To Cover Maternity Leave)
  • Closing date: 9am, 23rd November 2018
  • Interview Date: 4th December 2018  

For an application pack please email [email protected] or download at www.whag.info

Returned applications to [email protected]

ROCHDALE – Evening Tenant Support Worker  

The Evening tenant support worker will report to the project manager and will need to demonstrate knowledge of working with women and have a good understanding of the needs and issues of vulnerable women. Candidates must have a commitment to the values of empowerment, support and equality, while supporting our service users and delivering group work activities. As this post is at women only project section (s7 (2) (d)) of the Sex Discrimination Act applies.  

  • Salary Point: Point 20 (£19,202) (Pro Rata) Plus Sleep allowance
  • Actual Salary: £14,222
  • Hours: 15
  • Closing date: 9am, 20th November 18
  • Interview Date: 26th November 18  

For an application pack please email [email protected] or download at www.whag.info

Returned applications to [email protected]

The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid is a women-led organisation whose vision is to ensure that people, suffering, or at risk of domestic abuse receive appropriate support. We offer support by providing safe accommodation, specialist support services and by working in partnership with other agencies. In addition to our domestic abuse services, we deliver a range of services from our base at the Pankhurst Centre including a women’s drop-in, and heritage centre in recognition of the achievements of Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughters. There is also a food bank at the premises. Our domestic abuse services are accredited by the Women’s Aid National Quality Standards (Stage 1) and our IDVA and Outreach services recently secured SaveLives Leading Lights Status.

We offer: employer’s contributory pension scheme, 25 working days annual leave, birthday leave (after 12 months service), training programme and cycle to work scheme.

Our role – Senior Play Worker

About the role: The post holder will be responsible for the coordination and delivery of quality play sessions to children within our refuges who have lived in family environments where domestic abuse was present. The post holder will provide practical support to children and their mothers to support the transition period into and out of refuge.

Duration: Fixed term until 31st March 2019
Hours: 25 hours per week
Salary: £14 905 p.a.

This role is open to female applicants only and is exempt under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1.

Application packs can be obtained by emailing [email protected]. Completed application forms should be returned to same email address by 5pm 3rd December 2018. Interviews will take place on 17th December 2018.  For information in alternative formats (for example, in braille, large print or an electronic format), please email [email protected]nchesterwomensaid.org. You can also contact us by telephone 0161 820 8414

Trafford Rape Crisis Information for Potential Volunteers. Trafford Rape Crisis (TRC) is a service run by women for all women survivors of sexual violence.  In this recruitment we are looking for motivated and committed women to join our feminist organisation and volunteer with us. Volunteering with TRC can include:

  • Volunteering on both our helplines, (generic and Black, Asian and minoritized ethnic), to provide essential support for women and girls who have been raped or sexually abused whether recently or in the past.
  • Providing email support to women who have experienced the above
  • Fundraising and event organising
  • Campaigning, Press and Media
  • Publicity and supporters’ newsletters
  • Funding and bid writing
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Administrative support
  • IT
  • Human Resources
  • Garden maintenance

We would like to encourage women of all backgrounds and experience to apply. We will provide an in-depth volunteer training programme about TRC to equip our volunteers. A willingness/desire to embrace a feminist way of working, and a commitment to be part of an organisation supporting women and girls affected by rape and sexual violence is most important. In return, you will receive on-going support in your role, access to internal and external training and a chance to really make a difference to the lives of vulnerable women and girls.

We ask for a minimum commitment from our trained volunteers to participate in your chosen working groups for at least a year. If you are volunteering on the helpline(s), then you will need to make a commitment to do one helpline session (3 hours) every 3 weeks. Being part of a Collective also requires you to help run the organisation and you will therefore need to attend monthly Steering Group meetings.

Our in-depth training programme will take place over 6 weeks (usually Saturdays from 10am-4pm) and topics include; Rape Crisis philosophy, challenging rape myths, sexual abuse of girls and working with adult survivors of childhood abuse, anti-oppressive working (race/sexuality/age/class/disability) and listening skills. The training dates are as follows:

Saturday 12th January 2019

Saturday 19th January 2019

Saturday 26th January 2019

Saturday 2nd February 2019

Saturday 9th February 2019

Saturday 16th February 2019

Please note it is essential that you attend all the sessions in order to become a volunteer with us.

Volunteering Cafés. We will be holding 2 ‘Volunteering Cafés’  on Monday 12th November 2018 and Wednesday 21st November 2018 for you find out further information about TRC as well as join some of the current volunteers for some pizza and a quiz!

The first Volunteering Café is on Monday 12th November from 7pm-9pm at Women and Children’s Centre, 33 Cross St, Sale, M33 7FT. If you would like to attend this Volunteering Café, on Monday 12th November you will need to register through Eventbright – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/trafford-rape-crisis-trc-volunteering-cafe-tickets-51196251366

The second Volunteering Café on Wednesday 21st November from 7pm-9pm at Women and Children’s Centre, 33 Cross St, Sale, M33 7FT and once again you will need to register through Eventbright – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/trafford-rape-crisis-trc-volunteering-cafe-tickets-51197432900

 

TLC  Talk, Listen, Change :  Domestic Violence Prevention Programme Facilitator.  Bridging to Change, Salford & Trafford, Manchester. Job Title: Female Domestic Violence Prevention Programme Facilitator.  Hours: 20 hours per week on average (Possibility of additional hours). Salary:  £13.19 per hour (based on a full-time salary of £25,475). Location: Salford and Trafford, Greater Manchester. Contract:      Salaried until 31st March 2020 with the possibility of extension.

Job Purpose: To undertake individual sessions and group-work with men who are participating in Bridging to Change Domestic Violence Prevention Programme (DVPP) across Salford and Trafford, to liaise with referring agencies, actively contribute to risk management procedures and team working.

To apply please send completed application forms to [email protected]  The closing date for applications is 12.00 Midnight, Sunday 14th October 2018, with interviews to be held Thursday 18th October 2018. If you require any further information on the vacancy please do not hesitate to contact Lisa Spencer, Operations Manager, TLC, Talk Listen Change via email on: [email protected]

Women only applicants can apply for the post as this is an occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1, schedule 9 of the Equality Act under section 7.2e of the Equality Act 2010

This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check

LGBT Foundation  Women’s Programme Inclusion Officer 

We are recruiting for a Women’s Programme Inclusion Officer to support the delivery and development of LGBT Foundation’s programme of engagement work for lesbian and bisexual women, and create empowerment opportunities to help them to better engage and participate in their communities.

The main aspect of this role is leading on a work stream of our Women’s Programme, focused on targeted work with minority lesbian and bisexual women across Greater Manchester. The three groups of minority lesbian and bi women we are targeting are:  older (50+) trans* and BAME (black, Asian, minority ethnic) background. The aim of this work stream is to increase engagement and access for these groups of lesbian and bisexual women through targeted outreach, community events and awareness raising engagement workshops with community organisations. This will be delivered with the support of sessional workers and volunteers. Additional role responsibilities are detailed below.

We particularly welcome applicants who identify as women from BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic) communities, trans communities and that are older (50+) as staff from these are currently underrepresented in our organisation.  Additionally, as the role focusses on engagement with women from these communities, we believe lived experience of having one or more of these identities will be valuable to the role. Please see the full job description for detail on the relevant support and opportunities available.

* Trans is an umbrella and inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity differs in some way from that which they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, cross dressers and those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth. 

We are open to flexible home working if you are in the process of transition and therefore have regular appointments. Job Title: Women’s Programme Inclusion Officer. Salary: £19373. Hours: 37 per week. Special Terms: Fixed Term until 31st March 2020. Regular evening and weekend working patterns. Accountable to: Women’s Programme Co-ordinator.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • To deliver targeted inclusion work with lesbian and bisexual women who also belong to other minority groups, initially BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic), trans* and older (50+) lesbian and bisexual women
  • Work to expand the reach and visibility of LGBT Foundation
  • Support of the netreach programme for lesbian and bisexual women
  • Recruiting and supervising sessional workers and volunteers
  • Creating content to raise awareness of intersectionality for online platforms
  • Supporting the facilitation of core Women’s Programme events and activities
  • General programme administrative support (e.g. managing attendance lists for events, inputting data, responding to project enquiries, scheduling meetings, minute taking at relevant meetings.

Please contact us for an informal chat about this post. We understand that working for an LGBT organisation could impact on your identity, community and/or culture. If you would like to discuss this or any aspect of the role further, please contact Claudia Carvall on 0345 3 30 30 30. Closing date: Thursday 18th October 9am. Interviews: Thursday 25th October

To download a recruitment pack, and receive a copy of the full job description please visit our website: www.lgbt.foundation/jobs or email: [email protected]LGBT Foundation is part of the Positive about Disabled People Scheme and is an Investors in People accredited organisation. Appointment will be based on merit alone.

Fortalice was established in 1977 to provide emergency accommodation and support for women and children experiencing domestic abuse within their own homes.The project has expanded during the past years and now provides a wide range of services for women, children and young people within both refuge and support centre settings.  The ethos of Fortalice in relation to support is to focus on self-help, promoting self-esteem, confidence and independence to enable women to break free from abusive relationships and reduce the chance of re-victimisation thus moving on to a self-sustaining, independent life.

Family Support Worker – Children’s ServicesPermanent post 35 hours per week. £9.63 per hour.  

We are currently looking to recruit someone to work directly with Children and Young People and requires knowledge and experience of Early Years Foundation Stage.  The post will be working within our highly experienced team and will involve various duties to meet the needs of the organisation.

  • The post will be subject to a DBS check due to the nature of the work undertaken by the organisation.
  • A current valid driving licence and access to a vehicle for work is essential.
  • To apply for the post, please request an application pack by email [email protected]
  • The closing date for applications to be returned is midnight on Sunday 30th September 2018. Please note that any completed applications received after this date will not be considered.  If you do not receive a response within five working days from the closing date, then you have not been selected for interview.
  • It is intended for interviews to be held on Tuesday 9th or Wednesday 10th October 2018.
  • Women only applicants can apply for the post as this is an occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1, schedule 9 of the Equality Act under section 7.2e of the Equality Act 2010TDAS,  Children and Young People’s Support Worker. Salary/ Rate: £13,866. Pension scheme entitlement after 3 months of employment. Location: Manchester, Lancashire. Closing Date: 31st August 2018. Date of Interview: 7th September. Preferable Start Date: ASAP. Hours: 22.5 hours per week. Fixed term until March 2019 with possible 12 month extension.

Description:  To deliver our specialist Children and Young Peoples project in our Accommodation based and Community setting to a group of children who have or currently are living with domestic abuse and suffering the traumatic effects of such. The CYP Support worker will provide 1 to 1 support to children in the local community and deliver specialist domestic abuse workshops and programmes in school and community settings.

Main duties will include:

  • Coordinate and run 1-2-1 sessions in the community, outside of school time.
  • Deliver TDAS R’Space© programmes for CYP who have or are living in a domestic abuse household.
  • Deliver TDAS SOSN© programmes for CYP identified as in need.
  • Keep daily recordings which are factual, accurate and up to date. Partnership and multi agency liaison work.
  • To be aware of, implement and keep up to date with Child Protection/Safeguarding procedures in accordance with the organisation.
  • Provide a welcoming, safe, stimulating and inclusive environment in which children and young people can be supported, enjoy themselves, develop their full potential and meet the requirements of Every Child Matters and current legislation.

To apply for this position it is essential that you have a NNEB/NVQ level 3 or equivalent qualification in child care and education, social care or teaching. You must also have minimum of 2 years experience of working with children and young people in crisis and knowledge and understanding of the effects of domestic abuse on men, women, children and young people. You must be able to assess risk, support plan and deliver services. It is essential that you have an up to date knowledge of Child Protection and Safeguarding. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS.

Applicants with minimum qualifications and experience will only be considered.  Due to the requirements of the role, we are requesting that female only applicants apply. Please do not send CVs, as they will not be processed.

No agencies please. Please contact Vicky Fitzsimons [email protected] for an application pack

Tel: 0161 872 7368

 

JWA VOLUNTEER COUNSELLORSFor our face-to-face counselling service in Manchester and for our nationwide telephone counselling service.

Jewish Women’s Aid provides free support to Jewish women who are affected by domestic violence. We are looking for qualified counsellors (minimum diploma level) who have some experience in working with vulnerable adults, have a good understanding of the Jewish community, and are aware of the issues faced by Jewish women experiencing domestic violence and abuse. Counsellors will see a minimum of two clients on a weekly basis, to fit around their commitments. JWA offers regular supervision and CPD. This would be a rewarding volunteering opportunity that would help make a real change in the lives of Jewish women.

For more information, please contact Anat/Judy in the JWA Office, 020 8445 8060, [email protected] / [email protected]

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

Become a Volunteer Fundraiser for Independent Choices Greater Manchester. Independent Choices delivers the Greater Manchester Domestic Abuse Helpline, a confidential service supporting victims/survivors of domestic abuse by providing practical information on a range of options that empowers callers to make safe choices for themselves and any dependent children. We also deliver an LGBT IDVA service that is Greater Manchester wide and we are the administrators of the End the Fear website.We are looking for enthusiastic and committed volunteers who can contribute towards generating and delivering creative fundraising events and activities, support us at existing events and raise awareness about the charity.

If you have an interest in Domestic Abuse and you are self- motivated and want to make a positive contribution then ring us for more information on 0161 636 7525, Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm, or email [email protected]

Women Asylum Seekers Together (Manchester) Grassroots Coordinator Post. WAST (Women Asylum Seekers Together) are excited to be recruiting our first ever paid worker, a part time ‘Grassroots Coordinator’ – please forward these details to people you think may be interested around your organisations and networks.  

We would like to recruit a woman who has experience of the asylum system and who not only has the skills necessary to sustain and develop WAST, but who shares our values and beliefs as a self-led, peer support organisation.

We are looking for a woman who understands they will be working to support and enable the management group and members to organise their own activities and group survival techniques, empowering one another and linking in with other groups across the UK to fight for justice in the asylum system.  

Part-time: 17.5 hours per week over 3 days (Wednesday to Friday)

Salary £10,920 actual, (£21,840 FTE)

This is a 3 year post to deliver a programme of work in partnership with Women for Refugee Women, funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Go to our website at www.wastmanchester.com  for further details (application form, job description, person specification & WAST information)

We will be running an information session about the job and how to make an application on Wednesday 4th July from 3-5pm. If you would like to attend, please email [email protected] .

The closing date for applications is 11am, Monday 9 July, 2018 and interviews are planned for Thursday 19th July 2018.

Please email your completed application forms to [email protected]

This post is to support a service run by and for women asylum seekers and is therefore restricted to women. The Occupational Requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies.

Talk Listen Change, Programme Manager; Children and Young People’s Domestic Abuse Counselling Service (Wigan). Salary: £28,000 (based on full time salary)

Contract This post is funded until 2021
Hours 25 hours per week worked flexibly to meet the requirements of the service
Workbase Wigan
Checks Enhanced DBS Check required and professional references
 

We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced children and young people’s counsellor with programme

coordination/management experience for this exciting new job opportunity within our Domestic Abuse Service.  This role is to

support the design, launch and ongoing delivery/management of a new children and young people’s counselling service across

Wigan.  Working closely with council partners as well as children and young people to co-design a delivery model that meets

the needs of the clients in Wigan.

This service will deliver 1-2-1 counselling for children and young people aged 5-18 years who may have witnessed/experienced and been affected by domestic abuse

To Apply. If you are interested in this role please complete the attached application form together with the declaration of health form and equal opportunities monitoring form to: [email protected]

Closing date: 9am Monday 2nd July 2018

Interview date: To be confirmed likely to be week commencing 9th July

If you require any further information regarding the vacancy please do not hesitate to contact Anna Callaghan Head of Domestic Abuse Services at TLC, Talk Listen Change via email on: [email protected]

Talk Listen Change, Bridging to Change Domestic Abuse Team.  Head of Domestic Abuse Services (Maternity Cover). Salary: £34,000 (based on full time salary)

Contract Full time Maternity cover for 10 months with the possibility of an extension
Hours 37 hours (possible reduction to 30 hours can be discussed/considered)
Workbase Office base TLC head office-Chester Road, Manchester (with regular travel across Greater Manchester)
Checks Enhanced DBS Check required and professional references
 

We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced individual to lead and develop our Domestic Abuse Services, while playing an active role within the Senior Leadership of TLC: Talk, Listen, Change. This role is to:

– support the strategic overview and ongoing delivery/management of our domestic abuse services within the organisation

– acting as one of the organisations safeguarding leads as part of the Senior Leadership team

– developing and sustaining a range of strategic partnerships across Greater Manchester and nationally through the Respect Accredited Members forum.

To Apply – If you are interested in this role please complete the attached application form together with the declaration of health form and equal opportunities monitoring form to: [email protected]

Closing date: 17.00 pm Thursday 5th July

Interview date: To be confirmed likely to be week commencing 9th July

If you require any further information regarding the vacancy please do not hesitate to contact Anna Callaghan Head of Domestic Abuse Services at TLC, Talk Listen Change via email on:

[email protected]

Saheli is seeking a Dynamic, Energetic and Focused Leader
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE VENTURE – C0-ORDINATOR
Fixed Term Contract – end of March 2021
35 hours per week £19,977 per annum
Responsible for: Volunteers/Mentors/Cook
This is an exciting challenge for the right person. With direction and support from senior project management, you will be responsible for the co-ordination and delivery of a high quality and effective empowerment support service to BAMER women of all ages from across Manchester. Enabling women to develop their skills, access training and education, grow in confidence and become financially independent, assertive and to play a contributing role within their local communities.
With particular emphasis on incorporating and developing our catering service -ZESTY CUISINE-. Zesty has already demonstrated huge potential and requires somebody with strong communication, co-ordination, organisational and cookery skills.
Central to your role will be to raise and sustain the profile of the service, by managing the overall publicity of this initiative, using all appropriate media available.
Interested?  Contact [email protected] for a copy of the Job Description and Person Specification. Closing date for applications Friday 6th of July .
This post is open to women who define themselves as BME. It is exempt under the following acts: Genuine Occupational Requirement in accordance with the Race Relations Act 1976 (Amendment) Regulations 2003 ( Section 4A) and the sex Discrimination Act 1975 ( Amended) ( Section 7)

 

 

Independent Choices is carrying out the admin and increasing usage of the End the Fear (EtF) website. If you have any comments about the website or anything you would like adding please forward them to me;  your views would be appreciated in helping to develop the site as a Greater Manchester resource. www.endthefear.co.uk 

Greater Manchester Domestic Abuse Helpline 0161 636 7525   [email protected]

http://www.domesticabusehelpline.co.uk/

If you are looking for work in the domestic abuse field these websites may be useful:

www.womensaid.org.uk

www.jobs.nhs.uk

www.jobs.guardian.co.uk