Dundee International Womens Centre
Dundee International Womens Centre

Charity registered in Scotland SC014949

Dundee International Women’s Centre (DIWC) was established in 1969 as part of an Urban Aid Programme and continues to be a community organisation providing a safe, friendly, comfortable environment for the personal development of all women, regardless of race, culture, faith/belief, age, ability or sexual orientation.


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Project Leader, Connecting Cultures

  • Part time
  • £30,000 pro-rata
  • Dundee, hybrid working
  • Closing 13th June 2022

Dundee International Women’s Centre is an award-winning voluntary organisation, recognised throughout Scotland for its work with isolated and disadvantaged BAME women.

We provide a safe space where women can access social, skills-based and formal learning and training, giving them the confidence and opportunities to widen their horizons and meet their goals.

About the role:

This is a new post which gives the holder the scope to develop the Connecting Cultures Project. Connecting Cultures aims to promote inclusion and resilient communities while challenging divisive narratives, extremism in all forms and hate crime.

You will:

• Create training materials to be used in adult learning classes and run workshops with parenting groups, covering issues like disinformation, cultural division, hate crime, radicalisation and racism.

• Work with other relevant organisations and the Scottish Government to increase understanding of vulnerable people and the effect these issues have on them.

You will be

• Committed to bringing people from different communities together

• Knowledgeable about the Contest Framework in Scotland

• An excellent organiser, able to set and meet targets

• Able to design and deliver group training

This post is open to women applicants only. Exempt under Schedule 9 of the Equalities Act 2010

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Digital Tutor

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Dundee, hybrid working
  • Closing 4th August 2022

Dundee International Women’s Centre is an award-winning voluntary organisation, recognised throughout Scotland for its work with isolated and disadvantaged BAME women.

We provide a safe space where women can access social, skills-based and formal learning and training, giving them the confidence and opportunities to widen their horizons and meet their goals.

We need an enthusiastic, conscientious team player, who is creative in using digital technology in an educational centre for women.

The role of this job is to review and update training materials, present information in an engaging way and to digitise materials to enhance learner experience, and to upskill staff and learners in digital usage

Working as part of the Violence Against Women project and Prevent project teams, you will need an understanding of translating content to digital teaching materials.

It will be advantageous if you have:

• The ability to research and keep up to date with social media trends

• Experience of training/teaching

• A knowledge of structural inequality

This post is women-only, exempt under Schedule 9 of the Equalities Act 2010.

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Manager, Strategy & Operations

  • Full time
  • £43,138
  • Dundee, hybrid working
  • Closing 12th August 2022

Dundee International Women’s Centre is an award-winning voluntary organisation, recognised throughout Scotland for its work with isolated and disadvantaged BAME women.

We provide a safe space where women can access social groups, formal and formal learning, and training, giving them the confidence and opportunities to widen their horizons and meet their goals.

We are looking for a dynamic leader to move the organisation forward for the benefit of learners and stakeholders. To work with the Board of Directors, developing and implementing the strategic aims of the organisation and empowering staff to continue providing an excellent service.

The successful candidate will have:

• Passion for the advancement of women’s education and inclusion

• Knowledge and understanding of the additional barriers faced by those from BAME communities

• Commitment to the values and objectives of DIWC

• Experience of management in the voluntary sector

• A proven track record of generating income through a variety of sources

• An ability to think and plan strategically

• Excellent communication and an inclusive management style

This post is open to women only, being exempt under Schedule 9 of the Equalities Act 2010

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