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Would you like to be involved in supporting the governance and strategic development of the organisation. We are particularly looking for people with backgrounds in finance, HR, business and GP’s. The role is voluntary (we do pay out of pocket expenses) and will require attendance at four board meeting per year, and attendance at sub groups.
If you have an interest in this vacancy, please contact please contact Lorraine Norman @ email@example.com outlining the skills and interests you can bring to the organisation.
We are now recruiting for a Young Person’s Group Worker to deliver a new project in Safe AS within Cardiff Women’s Aid; The S.O.D.A club, which stands for “Survivors of Domestic Abuse”. The role includes helping to design, create and facilitate a group for teenagers who have experienced domestic abuse and who are suffering with suicidal thoughts and/or self-harm. The full job description and person specification is attached.
Experience working with vulnerable teenagers in a group setting is essential.
£20,500 per annum, 35 hrs per week.
Contact Steph Healey firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form or to discuss the post on 02920 460566. Closing date Monday 24th November at 5pm.
Under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1, this is a woman only post.
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Welsh Women’s Aid are looking for 16 women who have experience of domestic abuse or violence against women to contribute to an eBook for the 16 Days of Action to End Violence against Women.
Contact 02920 541 551 and ask for the Engagement and Participation Officer or email email@example.com
Click here to read Welsh Women's Aid's latest statement on Ched Evans.
There are two new exciting vacancies at Carmarthen Domestic Abuse Service.
Click here to read more about the vacancy for Finance & Admin Support Worker
Click here to read more about the vacancy for Refuge Assistant.
For more information or for an application pack, please contact Ruth on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thank you to Welsh Womens Aid for the support they gave me and my children. And for all the people who are out there and experiencing domestic issues - dont give up on yourself. Talk to someone, there is help out there.
WWA Service User, 2009
At least 12 women die each year in the UK as a result of 'honour'-based killing
Fawcett Society (2009)
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