Charity registered in Scotland SC011636
Clydebank Women’s Aid are excited to announce a new position to join our feminist Collective! Are you committed to women, children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse? Do you identify as a feminist? If so, then the rare opportunity to work within a true collective management structure might be for you.
As a Family Resource (Outreach) Worker, you will provide one to one support to children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse wherever these sessions take place. There is also an expectation that you will provide support to women, children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse in a drop in/refuge resident basis.
As a Collective Manager you will be equally responsible for the day-to-day running of Clydebank Women’s Aid and ensuring our vision and mission statements are met for example: attending internal and external meetings; ensuring all aspects of the service is covered; overseeing recruitment, employment and management issues; contributing to local and national campaigns; ensuring women, children and young people are at the forefront of the service and that all aspects of work are done so within the feminist ethos of Clydebank Women’s Aid.
This role requires a broad range of experience, skills and values. We are looking for a woman who is a passionate and committed feminist preferably with experience providing emotional and/or practical support or counselling to women, children and young people. We ask that you look over the person specification’s and job description provided for a full understanding of what is expected.
Clydebank Women’s Aid is a charity founded in 1981 to provide support, information and refuge accommodation to women, children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse.