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Cyfannol Women’s Aid

Crisis Response Support Worker

Salary: £21,500 rising to £22,000 after 6 months completed service.
Hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm with unpaid 30-minute break.
Contract type: Permanent (Subject to ongoing funding)
Location: Torfaen

Cyfannol’s mission is to empower women and children to flourish in a life free from domestic abuse and sexual violence.

We offer a range of services throughout Gwent that encompass prevention, awareness-raising, safety, support and personal development opportunities for women and their children who have experienced violence against women, domestic abuse and/or sexual violence (VAWDASV).

About the role

Our cultural vision is one of developing and maximising our people’s potential.  The successful applicant will join our Torfaen Team working with a diverse group of people either in the community or within refuge.  Alongside your team, you will provide a pro-active, people-led, holistic, and trauma-informed service to women, young people and children. This role requires you to empower and support women and children, carrying out individual risk assessments and contributing to the health and safety within refuge. Key to this role will be ensuring the safety of everyone you support and working within Cyfannol’s framework to help achieve these aims.


To apply, please complete the below application form, in full.

Crisis Response Worker JD Template

Closing date: 12th of July 2022

Cyfannol is an organisation with equality, diversity and inclusion at its heart. We welcome applications from all areas of the community. However, we particularly encourage applications from ethnic minority backgrounds, as well as individuals with disabilities who are currently under-represented within our workforce.

Due to the nature of these roles, they are only open to female applicants (Exempt under the Equality Act 2010, pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1).  A disclosure obtained through the Disclosure and Barring Service is required for all posts.

Equal Opportunities monitoring form

Cyfannol Women’s Aid wants to eliminate discrimination and promote equal opportunities and collecting the following information can help us to achieve this. We monitor and analyse diversity information to make sure that our processes are fair, transparent and promote equality of opportunity for all service users, staff, and job applicants. It would therefore be appreciated if you could complete this Equal Opportunities Monitoring form.

Completion is voluntary and the information will be kept anonymous and confidential. The information will be collated periodically for monitoring and statistical purposes and reported to the organisations that provide us with funding, and to our Board of Trustees. Any information provided on this form will be treated in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations.

Swansea Women’s Aid

CHYPS Referral & Engagement Worker

Salary: £8,236.80 per annum
Hours: 16 hours
Contract: Funded until 31st January 2025
Location: Swansea

Key areas of responsibility:
0 To work within the Children and Young People’s Service (CHYPS) taking responsibility for the administration of referrals received and allocation of cases to support workers.
0 Providing assistance with initial and ongoing engagement as required.
0 Promotion of service at external events to raise awareness and encourage engagement.

Closing date: 9am on Monday, 27th June 2022
Interview date: Friday 1st July 2022
Start date: asap

Calan DVS

Project Facilitator

Hours: 21 hrs per week

Salary:  £21,000 pro rata

Contract: 15 Months

Close Date: Monday 4th July

Interview Date: TBC

The programme is a 23-week rolling programme with additional 1:1 sessions and 6 monthly follow up group sessions.

The programme aims to:

  • Support with safety planning in the early stages.
  • Work with men to increase capacity to ‘straight talk’/ explore denial.
  • Develop a critical awareness of attitudes, beliefs and expectations that support the use of violence and abuse (CBT).
  • Build empathy for victims.
  • Identify and practice alternative behaviour.

The purpose of this role is to undertake individual sessions and group work with men who attend the programme from any of the following sources: self-referring men and men who are referred via social service departments or the family courts, GP’s, Army Welfare Service etc in a way that prioritises the safety of the man’s (ex-) partner. The post holder is expected to work in line with the Respect National Service Standards for Domestic Violence and Abuse Prevention Services.

To apply, please download the full job description, specification and application form by visiting

Please return completed application by 5pm on Monday 4th July to [email protected]

Cardiff Women’s Aid

Adult Independent Personal Advisor/Independent Domestic Violence Advisor (IPA/IDVA)

Salary: £21,000 – £23,000 per annum plus generous on-call allowance
Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week plus on-call
Contract type: Permanent
Location: Cardiff office

RISE delivers expert, specialist, independent and domestic violence/abuse and other violence services to women and children through a range of delivery mechanisms including: specialist risk and needs assessments, individually tailored support packages, group work and accommodation.

The purpose of the role is to provide a high-quality frontline service to victims of domestic and sexual abuse and wider VAWDASV issues.
Delivering a range of crisis intervention, early intervention and prevention work, intensive support, and accommodation-based support.

Adult IPA IDVA Job Description 2022

Adult-IPA-IDVA Application Form 2021

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form 2021

To apply, complete the application and equal opportunities monitoring form and send to [email protected]


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