Current Vacancies

Current Vacancies

AWRC currently has the below vacancies

To apply for any of these roles please email an up to date CV and a completed application form to erene@awrc.org.uk

We advise all applicants to read through the job description before applying and use this Guidance for completing a successful application
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Senior IDVA Senior IDVA Job description

Salary: £28,500
Working hours: 35 hours a week
Pension: Workplace Pension
Annual Leave: 26 days and public holidays
Work Location: AWRC office/Hybrid working
Deadline for applications: Ongoing recruitment until post is filled

Job summary: To manage the service and staff in providing a high-quality frontline service to victims of domestic abuse, delivering a service to those at highest risk. To initiate, develop, maintain and monitor multi-agency links through procedures and protocols to keep safety central to all services for victims of domestic abuse. To implement and support the development of the strategic direction of the service and take a lead role in the local domestic violence
strategy partnerships.
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Harmful Practice Coordinator HP Coordinator Job description

Salary: £30,000 (pro-rata)
Working hours: 28 hours a week (4 days)
Pension: Workplace Pension
Annual Leave: 26 days and public holidays
Work Location: AWRC office/Hybrid working
Deadline for applications: Ongoing recruitment until post is filled

Job summary: To work in collaboration with Standing Together Against Abuse and map the existence of partnerships between local authorities and specialist 'by and for' organizations that specifically address the response to harmful practices and help produce and promote dissemination of impact of the Coordinated Community Response (CCR) work related to 'Harmful Practices'.
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IRISI Specialist Advocate Educators x 2 working across Brent/Ealing & Hammersmith & Fulham/Westminster - The advocate will be based at the AWRC offices in Brent. IRISI Specialist Advocate/Educators Job description

Salary: £28,785
Working hours: 35 hours a week
Pension: Workplace Pension
Annual Leave: 26 days and public holidays
Work Location: AWRC office/Hybrid working
Deadline for applications: Ongoing recruitment until post is filled

Job summary: You will be supporting and providing on-going training for health professionals in general practice on understanding and responding to domestic abuse (including harmful practices) and encouraging health professionals to ask women about their experience of abuse and respond, record, safety check and refer. You will also manage a caseload of referrals.
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Specialist Domestic Abuse Housing Advocates
- 2 Vacancies* SDAHA Job description

Salary: £28,000
Working hours: 35 hours a week
Pension: Workplace Pension
Annual Leave: 26 days and public holidays
Work Location: AWRC office/Hybrid working
Deadline for applications: Ongoing recruitment until post is filled

Job summary: The London Whole Housing Service Partnership (LWHSP) is a partnership project with Advance Charity and will address and enhance the pathways of housing support for women experiencing domestic abuse. Working together, we will remove immediate harm, provide safe and sustainable woman and borough specific support around housing needs and aid to recovery and resettlement women with all levels of need. This role is part of a partnership project which is led by the Advance Charity lead
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Specialist Floating Support - 2 Vacancies SFS Job description

Salary: £28,000
Working hours: 35 hours a week
Pension: Workplace Pension
Annual Leave: 26 days and public holidays
Work Location: AWRC office/Hybrid working
Deadline for applications: Ongoing recruitment until post is filled

Job summary: This partnership will deliver trauma-informed, wrap-around, client-led support for those in safe accommodation, across London. You will work within a well-established and supportive team to provide high quality advocacy and support based upon a service user led needs and risk assessment.
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NRPF Caseworker NRPF Caseworker Job description

Salary: £28,000
Working hours: 35 hours a week
Pension: Workplace Pension
Annual Leave: 26 days and public holidays
Work Location: AWRC office/Hybrid working
Deadline for applications: Ongoing recruitment until post is filled

Job summary: The LHAWAS Project supports women with No Recourse to Public Funds. Providing advocacy and support to women with NRPF to access emergency accommodation and subsistence support.

Community Development Officer CDO Job description

Salary: £28,000
Working hours: 35 hours a week
Pension: Workplace Pension
Annual Leave: 26 days and public holidays
Work Location: AWRC office/Hybrid working
Deadline for applications: Ongoing recruitment until post is filled

Job summary: The role of the CDO is integral to the success of the Surviving Abuse and Thriving (SAAT) project and to the overall success of AWRC. Working with the Violence Against Women Case Workers and wider staff team, central to the role of the CDO will be community empowerment. This will be achieved by placing women at the heart of the Centre's activities, ensuring that they are enthusiastic participants and beneficiaries of all initiatives to enable them to thrive.

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Administration Officer Administrator Job description

Salary: £23,500
Working hours: 35 hours a week
Pension: Workplace Pension
Annual Leave: 26 days and public holidays
Work Location: AWRC office/Hybrid working
Deadline for applications: Ongoing recruitment until post is filled

Job summary: The Administration Officer (AO) will support the overall administrative function of the AWRC to consistently maintain the smooth running of the organisation and support day to day operations. The post holder will be a dynamic individual who can perform assorted administrative duties efficiently and effectively.
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These posts are open to female applicants only, as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010

Asian Women's Resource Centre is committed to equality and diversity and strongly encourages applications from women with disabilities, BME backgrounds, the LBT community, and with personal experience of the criminal justice system, as these groups are currently under-represented in our organisation

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