Glasgow Women's Aid
Glasgow Women's Aid

Charity registered in Scotland SC005227

Glasgow Women’s Aid provides temporary refuge, support and information for women, children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse.


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Children and Young People Refuge and Follow On Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £27,305
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 4th November 2019

Glasgow Women’s Aid provides information, support and temporary accommodation for women, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse. We have refuge accommodation, follow on services and outreach services both for women and children across Glasgow. We are expanding our services and have a number of exciting opportunities to join our team. We are looking for experienced women who have the innovation and passion to drive our services forward.

Our Children and Young People team provide vital support to children dealing with the trauma of domestic abuse and leaving their home. They ensure that children are given a service which is driven by them and meets their needs. Our service includes 1-1 therapeutic support, therapeutic focused group work and free play sessions. You will also provide support as children move on from refuge. An important part of this role will be the development and delivery of innovative and creative groupwork. It is essential that you have experience of providing 1-1 support and groupwork for children who have experienced gender based violence, along with experience of carrying out Risk Assessments and support planning. You must have a relevant qualification for working with children and young people such as SVQ Level 3 Social Service (Children and Young People).

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This vacancy has now closed

Women’s Refuge and Follow On Worker

  • Full time
  • £27,305
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 4th November 2019

Glasgow Women’s Aid provides information, support and temporary accommodation for women, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse. We have refuge accommodation, follow on services and outreach services both for women and children across Glasgow. We are expanding our services and have a number of exciting opportunities to join our team. We are looking for experienced women who have the innovation and passion to drive our services forward.

As a Women’s Refuge Worker you will provide therapeutic support to women fleeing domestic abuse during their stay in refuge and as they move onto their own tenancy. You will provide person centred support to women as they move through their journey and will advocate to make sure that women’s voices are heard and their needs are met. An important part of this role will be the development and delivery of innovative and creative groupwork. It is essential that you come with a feminist analysis of Domestic Abuse and have either an HNC Social Services or SVQ Level 3 Social Services and Healthcare that allows you to register with SSSC.

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This vacancy has now closed

Women’s Outreach and IDAA (Independent Domestic Abuse Advocate) Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £27,305
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 4th November 2019

Glasgow Women’s Aid provides information, support and temporary accommodation for women, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse. We have refuge accommodation, follow on services and outreach services both for women and children across Glasgow. We are expanding our services and have a number of exciting opportunities to join our team. We are looking for experienced women who have the innovation and passion to drive our services forward.

The main aim of our Women’s Outreach Service is to provide support to women in their own community and to support women identified as high risk through the MARAC process. You will provide practical and emotional support to women through support planning and will advocate for women to ensure their voices are heard. You will contact women who are referred to MARAC and provide crisis intervention, risk assessment, safety planning and information about the MARAC process. An important part of this role will be the development and delivery of innovative and creative groupwork. It is essential that you have experience of supporting women who have experienced gender based violence and carrying out Risk Assessments and safety planning. You must also have an HNC Social Services or SVQ Level 3 Social Services and Healthcare and IDAA training would be advantageous.

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