Job Vacancy – Community Liaison Worker – Fortalice

Job: Community Liaison Worker

Hours: Part time up to 28 hours available (hours negotiable)

Salary: £13.30 per hour

Closing date: Monday 17th June at 12noon

View the full job vacancy here.

We are looking for a Community Liaison Worker to join our fundraising team.

Do you have an interest in working with people who want to raise funds for Fortalice. We are looking for someone who is highly motivated, proactive, organised and enjoys working with people who want to support Fortalice in a variety of ways. This is a busy role with a range of different daily tasks including social media. Whilst fundraising knowledge is helpful, we are happy to train the right candidate.

Working pattern to be agreed, flexibility available for the right candidate.

How to apply

For further details please see our website or speak to a member of our team on 01204 365 677. Please ask for Grace, Zoe or Gill.

To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to jobs@fortalice.co.uk. If you are successful, you will be invited to an informal Teams meeting with the possibility of being shortlisted for the interview stage.

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

The post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check due to the nature of the work undertaken by the organisation.

About Fortalice

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 over the years and now provides a diverse range of services for adults, families, children and young people within Refuge, the Outreach Support Centre and our new Children and Young People’s Hub. The ethos of Fortalice in relation to support, is to focus on self-help, promoting self-esteem, developing news skills, confidence and independence to enable victims to break free from abusive relationships and reduce the chance of re-victimisation, this moving on to a self-sustaining, independent life.

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