SAY Women
SAY Women

Charity registered in Scotland SC016526

SAY Women is a small voluntary sector organisation based in Glasgow providing accommodation and related support to young women who have experienced childhood sexual abuse / exploitation, rape / sexual assault and have experienced or are at risk of homelessness.

Current vacancies


  • Part time
  • £23,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 16th June 2021

SAY Women is a small charitable organisation based in Glasgow providing accommodation and related support services to young women who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse and rape/sexual assault, and are at risk of/experiencing homelessness.

We are looking to recruit a Female Trainer (Part Time) with:

  • 2 years experience of delivering training,
  • a thorough knowledge of the nature and impact of childhood sexual abuse
  • a feminist analysis of VAWG.

Experience/knowledge of homelessness, addictions, mental health issues, trauma is desirable.

The post involves travel throughout Scotland. A generous pension scheme (13.5%) and staff support system is on offer.

The post is open to women only (exempt under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010) and is subject to PVG disclosure checks.

SAY Women strives to be an equal opportunities employer and particularly welcomes applications from individuals who are disadvantaged and under-represented in the labour market.

Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

SAY Women Accommodation Project Worker

  • Part time
  • £24,616 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 8th June 2021

SAY Women provides support and same sex accommodation for 8 young women who have experienced homelessness and sexual abuse. Our work with young women follows the Judith Herman model, focusing on establishing safety, recovery and becoming reconnected to a social network and community whilst supporting them towards independence and empowerment.

Project workers will provide both practical and emotional support to tenants living within in the project. Practical support will involve; assessment, settle in, Independent Living Skills development, reconnecting to services/ networks and any additional supports they may need that ready them for resettlement and independent living.

Scheduled emotional support sessions will be offered by the Project Worker – using trauma-informed practice, guiding women through their healing process, introducing tools, techniques & resources, developing coping skills and providing an understanding of abuse and recovery from a feminist perspective and social model of support that help young women to live more manageable lives.

Crisis intervention will be required within this post as will evening and weekend working.

SAY Women offer great opportunities for training and development.

This position is open to women only (Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1).

The post is subject to Enhanced Disclosure Check.