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Vacancies

Edinburgh Women’s Aid is a Living Wage Employer.

 

 

 

We currently have vacancies for:

  • Mental Health Practitioner – 21 hours per week (1 year contract – open to secondment)
  • Duty Crisis Support Worker – Full Time – 35 hours per week (permanent, subject to funding)
  • Duty Crisis Support Worker – Part Time – 16 hours per week (permanent, subject to funding)

Duty Crisis Support Worker: Full Time & Part Time

  • Full time
    • 35 hours per week
    • Salary – £26,556.72
    • The hours will be flexible worked between 9am and 5pm,  Monday – Saturday.
  • Part time
    • 16 hours per week
    • Salary – £12,140.21
    • The hours will be flexible worked between 9am and 5pm,  Monday – Saturday.
  • 25 days annual leave plus 10 public holidays pro rata
  • Permanent contract (subject to funding)
  • These roles are predominantly office based. Workers will be on site in our Cheyne Street office to receive drop-ins, make and receive calls and to take referrals.

Application Deadline: 9am Monday 30 May 2022

Interviews: Monday 13 June 2022

Job Purpose

The role of the Duty Crisis Support Worker is to provide a confidential, safe and supportive information service to women and agencies who contact EWA through the crisis phone line and/or ‘drop in’ service, and where appropriate to also assess women, and any accompanying children who are affected by domestic abuse, for refuge accommodation.

This role is subject to Adult and Child PVG scheme membership.  

Application Pack

EWA Privacy Notice – For job applicants and our current and former employees/volunteers.

Mental Health Practitioner

  • 21 hours per week, 1-year contract (open to secondment)
  • Salary – £29,999.93 (pro rata £17,999.95)
  • 25 days annual leave plus 10 public holidays pro rata

Application Deadline: 9am Monday 23 May 2022

Interviews: Monday 6 June 2022

Job Purpose
The purpose of this role is to provide mental health support to women affected by domestic abuse, by offering specific interventions, involvement in care plans, providing advice and support to colleagues and liaising with external mental health specialists to ensure that women’s mental health pathways are effective.

The post holder will hold a relevant qualification in mental health and have a strong understanding of the impact of domestic abuse on mental health and wellbeing. We are looking for someone with BPS (British Psychological Society) or NMC (Nursing Midwifery Council) accredited qualification or equivalent and registration or ability to register with a professional body, such as BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychologists).

This role is subject to Adult and Child PVG scheme membership.  

Application Pack

EWA Privacy Notice – For job applicants and our current and former employees/volunteers.

Edinburgh Women’s Aid (“EWA”) wants to ensure you understand our processing of your personal data. We are also required by data protection regulation to explain certain matters to you. This notice sets out that information.

This privacy notice tells you what to expect when EWA collects personal information about job applicants and our current and former employees and volunteers. Information about service users  and supporters’ data is contained in a separate privacy notice, which is available on our website or using the contact details set out below.

For the avoidance of doubt, this privacy notice does not form part of any employees’ contract of employment, and we may update it at any time. Please click on this link to open the full EWA Privacy Notice

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