Current Vacancies

Current Vacancies

Please note that we are a women only organisation and all roles are for female workers in accordance with section 7.2 (e) of the Sex Discrimination Act

Female IRISI Advocate/Educator*

Contract: Until March 2021 (with the possibility of extension, subject to funding)

Salary: £28,785

Working hours: 35 hours a week

Pension: Workplace Pension

Annual Leave: 25 days and public holidays (pro-rata)

Work Location: Working across Brent & Ealing;

Benefits include 25 days holidays per year and a workplace pension

Closing date: 29th October 2021
Interview date: w/b 1st November 2021

Job purpose: 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. A minimum of a year's experience working within a domestic abuse service ideally as an IDVA is required for this role. A focus of this role is building and maintaining an effective relationship with general practice teams and providing individual needs-led information, support and advocacy (including sign-posting) for women who disclosed their past or current experiences of DA.

Female Helpline Coordinator*

Contract: Until March 2021 (with the possibility of extension, subject to funding)

Salary: £28,500

Working hours: 35 hours a week

Pension: Workplace Pension

Annual Leave: 25 days and public holidays (pro-rata)

Work Location: Harlesden, Brent

Benefits include 25 days holidays per year and a workplace pension

Closing date: 29th October 2021
Interview date: w/b 1st November 2021

Job Purpose: The Pan London Ending Harmful Practices Helpline is a new service within the organization and will provide a gateway to services for women fleeing harmful practices across London.

The Ending Harmful Practice helpline will support women experiencing harmful practices and frontline staff supporting women experiencing harmful practices requiring specialist support.
The job involves working closely with the AWRC manager to set up and deliver the Ending Harmful Practices helpline and volunteers running the helpline.

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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