This vacancy has now closed


  • Advertised from 15th April 2021
  • 25 hours per week
  • Fixed term until Sept 2021 (likely to be extended, subject to further funding)

Role

Founded on the principles of community development, our work with Muslim and Black, minority ethnic (Bme) women is underpinned by community empowerment and co-production. Amina offers a range of services with the aim of creating a more inclusive environment, building community resilience, and tackling inequalities.

The post holder will build on and deliver our campaign message ‘You Can Change This’ to end VAWG.

The post will entail:

  • delivering training to organisations and communities, to Amina staff and volunteers
  • deliver workshops to Muslim/minority ethnic men’s groups across Scotland to end VAWG
  • self-care workshops for women who have experienced VAWG
  • using creative mediums such as film, art and theatre to challenge VAWG

The post holder will be motivated and passionate about working with Muslim/minority ethnic women, have a flexible and adaptable approach to work and willingness to travel throughout Scotland

This post will initially be home working for Glasgow based candidates during COVID. If successful candidate is based elsewhere in Scotland, the role will be based and managed remotely.

Application notes

Deadline for applications: 12pm, Wednesday 5th May 2021

To apply please download an application pack from our website: mwrc.org.uk/jobs-opportunities-2

Interviews will be held on Monday 17th May 2021

All women, with the relevant skills and experience and the right to work in the UK, are encouraged to apply

(This post is exempt for women only under Schedule 9, Part 1 of Equality Act 2010)

Citywall House, 32 Eastwood Avenue, Glasgow, G41 3NS Tel: 0141 212 8420, info@mwrc.org.uk, mwrc.org.uk

Registered in Scotland No: SC432921

Scottish Charity No: SC027690