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  • 2 Tenancy Support Workers

    We are recruiting 1 full time and 1 part time dynamic support workers who are passionate about supporting women and their children who are affected, at risk or who have experience of Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence.

    The successful candidate will be able to support women and their children, who have been referred into our Tenancy Support Scheme. The role will also require you to provide information regarding tenancy related issues, to assess risk, identify needs and provide appropriate practical and emotional support to improve their housing situation and to make positive changes to their lives in order to increase safety, well being and to reduce threats of homelessness.

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    To apply return completed forms to [email protected]

    Closing date is the 15th October 2021

  • Chief Executive Officer

    Following our CEO’s successful promotion, we are currently looking for a forward-thinking Chief Executive Officer with strong leadership and management skills who can continue to drive our organisation forward.

    The Chief Executive Officer is the most senior member of paid staff within the organisation and is responsible for driving strategy forward whilst ensuring service delivery is responsive to the needs of our community. This is an exciting opportunity to work for an established organisation with a clear vision to improve the lives of those affected by domestic and sexual violence. The CEO works closely with a committed Board of Trustees and with the management team of the organisation. The CEO is the public face of the organisation, interfacing with stakeholders, ensuring that Atal y Fro continues to be recognised in the Vale of Glamorgan and across the Cardiff and Vale Region and respected as the specialist service to address violence against women, domestic abuse, and sexual violence.

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    To apply return completed forms to [email protected]

    Closing date is 9am 29 October 2021

  • Team Leader Conwy

    An exciting role has opened up in DASU’s Colwyn Bay office.

    Are you looking for a new and exciting challenge?

    The role of the team leader in Colwyn will be to provide continuous support to the Drop in/One Stop Shop, and service delivery team members whilst also where necessary carry  their own case load.

    Hours: 37.5 per week

    Responsible to: Head of Service (Conwy)

    Salary: £28,840.50

    Contract: Permanent

    Location: Colwyn Bay Office

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    To apply please download and complete an application form and return it to Amy Lomas at [email protected]

    Closing date is 29th October 2021 11:30am

  • Team Leader Denbighshire

    An exciting role has opened up in DASU’s Denbighshire office.

    Are you looking for a new and exciting challenge?

    The role of the team leader in Denbighshire will be to provide continuous support to the Drop in/One Stop Shop, and service delivery team members whilst also where necessary carry  their own case load.

    Hours: 37.5 per week

    Responsible to: Head of Service (Denbighshire)

    Salary: £28,840.50

    Contract: Permanent

    Location: Rhyl/Denbigh offices

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    To apply please download and complete an application form and return it to Amy Lomas at [email protected]

    Closing date is 29th October 2021 1130am

  • Adult Support Services Team Manager

    An exciting job opportunity at Cardiff Women’s Aid (CWA) for someone who is looking to make a real difference. We are a women’s equality organisation which exists to eradicate violence against women and girls and to support survivors. We recognise that ending violence and abuse takes a whole society approach to social change, and it needs you to get involved. This role will help CWA to go to the next level, would you like to be part of our journey?

    The successful candidate will manage and develop a team including Independent Personal Advisers (IPA), Specialist IPAs and other frontline staff members within the organisation’s Adult Support Team to provide a high-quality frontline service to women, children and young people experiencing issues of VAWDASV.

    Salary: £28,000 per annum
    Hours: Full- time, 35 hours per week plus on-call
    Working Pattern: The post-holder is expected to work flexibly between Monday to Sunday. This post will involve working some weekends and bank holidays to ensure cover across the city is maintained. The duty manager on-call service is delivered 24hrs a day and is staffed on a rota basis.
    Contract type: Permanent
    Responsible to: Support Services Manager

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    To apply, fill in the application form and equality monitoring form and email your completed forms to [email protected].

    Closing date is 14th October 2021 5pm

  • Communications and Campaigns Officer

    An exciting job opportunity at Cardiff Women’s Aid (CWA) for someone who is dynamic,  inquisitive, has a passion for rights, diversity and inclusion and wants to fight alongside those who may not have a voice. We are a women’s equality organisation which exists to eradicate violence against women and girls and to support survivors. We recognise that ending violence and abuse takes a whole society approach to social change, and it needs you to help us achieve this.

    The Communications and Campaigns Officer will develop all external communications, campaigns, and engagement to ensure that key messages from women and children affected by VAWDASV are being communicated and the community is taking action to prevent gender-based violence. The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the consistency of CWA’s message at all times. The post holder will be required to work closely with
    organisations, communities, and business to mobilise action. This post will also actively improve our reach to those communities, neighbourhoods and individuals who we are currently not reaching or engaging in support to ensure we provide a service for all those who need support in Cardiff and the Vale.

    Salary: £21,000-£25,000 per annum
    Hours: Full time
    Working pattern: Flexible in line with the needs of the job
    Contract Type: Permanent
    Location: Based in Cardiff
    Responsible to: Women’s Centre and Engagement Manager

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    To apply, fill in the application form and equality monitoring form and email your completed forms to [email protected].

    Closing date is 29th October 2021

  • 4 Job Opportunities at West Wales Domestic Abuse Service

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

    As a result of the continued development of West Wales Domestic Abuse Service Limited, we are looking to recruit the following posts:

    2 x Children and Young People Support Workers
    Salary: £20,500 – £22,500 FTE, dependant on expertise
    North Pembrokeshire / South Ceredigion: 37 hours (part time will be considered)
    Ceredigion North: 30 hours (maternity cover – fixed term contract ending in August 2022)

    Closing date is the 1st November

    1 x Older People’s Support Worker
    Hours: 37 hours
    Salary: £20,500 – £22,500 FTE, dependant on expertise

    Closing date is the 1st November

    1 x Refuge Worker
    Hours: 30 hours
    Location: based in Aberystwyth
    Salary: £17,797 FTE

    Closing date is the 8th November

    For an application pack, full job description and person specification, please contact [email protected] or visit https://www.westwalesdas.org.uk/vacancies

  • Cyfannol Women's Aid Board of Trustees

    Do you want to make a difference  to women and children affected by  domestic abuse and sexual violence? If this is something you feel strongly about, we want to hear from you. 

    Cyfannol Women’s Aid is looking for committed people to join our Board of Trustees. Cyfannol is an organisation with equality, diversity, and inclusion at its heart. We welcome applications from all areas of the community; male or female.  However, we particularly encourage applications from those identifying as having protected characteristics, including members of our BAME community, as well as individuals with disabilities, who are currently under-represented on our Board of Trustees. 

    If you think this is for you, please contact us for an informal chat or a recruitment pack at [email protected] 

    To find out more about the work we do, please visit www.cyfannol.org.uk  

     

  • Independent Domestic Violence Adviser (IDVA)

    Safer Merthyr Tydfil is looking for a Independent Domestic Violence Adviser (IDVA)

    Purpose of the post:

    To provide a high-quality frontline service to victims of domestic abuse, delivering a service to those at highest risk.

    To work within a multi agency framework consisting of the MARAC and local partnership responses to domestic abuse.

    Support and advocacy for victims accessing criminal justice and/or family courts.

    Hours: 37 Hours per week

    Remuneration: £25,472 per annum (Qualified)

    Holiday Entitlement: 25 days plus bank holidays

    Accountable to: Domestic Abuse Services Manager

    Based at: Jointly between Teulu MAC (Merthyr) and Oasis Centre (Pontypridd)

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    For further information about the post and to apply please contact Jodie Saunders, DART Manager at [email protected]

    Closing date is Friday 22nd  October 2021

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