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Vacancies

We currently have the following vacancies:

  • 24HR Refuge Support Worker – 32 hours per week
  • 24HR Refuge Senior Shift Support Worker – 32 hours per week
  • Duty Crisis Support Workers x 2 – 21 hours per week
  • Employability Worker – 21 hours per week

24HR Refuge Support Worker

• 32 per week + 1 sleepover (hours include weekends, evenings and public holidays)
• Salary:
o £23,465.10 pro rata (including 7.5% unsociable hours)
o £21,453.80 for 32 hours per week (including 7.5% unsociable hours)
o + £33.30 per sleepover

Closing date: 9am Friday 26 March 2021

Interviews: Friday 9 April or Monday 12 April 2021

Role:
To provide a safe, professional and supportive service for women and any accompanying children who have experienced or are at risk of domestic abuse, who have additional support needs and who are living in refuge accommodation provided by Edinburgh Women’s Aid.
– Qualified to SVQ Social Services and Healthcare at SCQF Level 6 or other relevant qualification to register as a housing support worker with the SSSC.
– Adult and Child PVG scheme membership will be required.

Application Pack:

Edinburgh Women’s Aid strives to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. Women only need apply under Schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

Co. No 237521 Reg Charity No SC028301

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24HR Refuge Senior Shift Support Worker

• 32 hours per week, fixed shift pattern
• 1 Year Fixed Contract
• £26,036 – £28,835 pro rata (SCP 27-30), (£23,804.34 – £26,363.43 for 32 hours per week)

Closing date: 9am Friday 26 March 2021

Interviews: Friday 9 April or Monday 12 April 2021

Role:
To support the provision of a safe, professional and supportive service for women across the Women’s Support Service, who have experienced or are at risk of domestic abuse.

The ability to Ability to register as a supervisor with the SSSC, and Adult and Child PVG scheme membership will be required.

Application Pack:

Edinburgh Women’s Aid strives to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. Women only need apply under Schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

Co. No 237521 Reg Charity No SC028301

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Duty Crisis Support Workers x 2

  1. Duty Crisis Support Worker – 21 hours per week – Mon 9am-4.30pm, Tue 9am-4.30pm, Wed 9am-4.30pm
  2. Duty Crisis Support Worker – 21 hours per week – Thurs 9am-4.30pm, Fri 9am-4.30pm, Sat 9am-4.30pm

• 1 year fixed contract
• £23,032.83 Pro-rata

Closing date: 9am Monday 8 March 2021

Interviews: Friday 19 March 2021

Role:

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. The role will be based in the EWA office in Stockbridge, Edinburgh.

Candidates are required to have…

• A Professional Development Award in Domestic Abuse Advocacy (IDAA/IDVA),or a recognised qualification in Social Work, Community Education or SVQ3 Health and Social Care or higher.
• The ability to register as a Housing Support worker with the SSSC.
• Adult and Child PVG scheme membership will be required.

Application Pack

Edinburgh Women’s Aid strives to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. Women only need apply under Schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

Co. No 237521 Reg Charity No SC028301

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Employability Worker

• 21 Hours per week over 3 days
• 12-month contract with possible extension subject to funding
• £26,036 pro rata (£15,621 for 21 hours per week)

Closing date: 9am Friday 26 March 2021

Interviews: Tuesday 13 April 2021

Role:
The overarching aims of this post are that
• Women have increased financial independence (access to economic resources, education, paid labour market, routes out of poverty).
• Services supporting women experiencing domestic abuse have increased knowledge, resources and confidence to respond to their employment and educational support needs.
• Services are better connected to local and national employability supports.

The post holder will work with Edinburgh Women’s Aid and Shakti Women’s Aid service users to discuss with women their access to paid employment and the range of additional barriers that they face as a result of domestic abuse. Also to facilitate groups of women in employability issues that are pertinent to them and that they have helped identify in their support plan, and to support women to progress on their path to paid employment and progress towards their individual goals. Additionally they will monitor, review and evaluate the project.

Adult PVG scheme membership will be required.

Application Pack

Edinburgh Women’s Aid strives to be an Equal Opportunities Employer. Women only need apply under Schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

Co. No 237521 Reg Charity No SC028301

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