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. Due to Covid-19 and the rise of domestic abuse, we have a range of vacancies across our services. All of our posts are on a fixed term contract and full and part time vacancies are available.
Women’s Domestic Abuse Worker,
Salary £27,851, plus 7.5% On Call Allowance
The purpose of this role is to provide therapeutic support to women experiencing domestic abuse across our women’s services. This will involve providing innovative and creative 1-1 support to women who have experienced domestic abuse. This could be women living in refuge, women moving into their own tenancy and women seeking Outreach support. 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.
CYP Outreach and Prevention Worker
Salary £27,851 plus 7.5% Out of hours Allowance
As an Outreach Worker you will be in the community engaging children and young people in our service and providing therapeutic 1-1 support and therapeutic focused group work to young people. You will also work closely with partner organisations, promoting the service and raising awareness. You will either work predominantly in schools providing support to children who have experienced domestic abuse at home, or you will be part of our Enough! Project focused on supporting 13-19 year olds who are experiencing domestic abuse in their own relationship.
Women’s Outreach and IDAA (Independent Domestic Abuse Advocate) Worker
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.
If you would like to work for us, please take 15 mins to complete our 1st Stage Application form available here:
If you are successful you will be invited to one of our online recruitment events where you will find out more details about working for us and the roles we have available.
Closing date for submitting a 1st Stage Application is 8am on Monday 18th October 2021.
Glasgow Women’s Aid is an Equal Opportunities Employer and positively welcomes applications from women from all sections of the community. Only women need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010. Successful applicants will be subjected to disclosure check through the PVG Scheme.