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Women's Aid is recruiting for the following positions:

1. Outreach Support Worker

Reference: 2023 Sces.Out

Reports to: Services Manager

Location: Primarily based at Women’s Aid head office in Dublin 2, but also working in an outreach capacity in suitable community locations throughout Dublin.

Hours: Full-time. The Outreach Worker will work a 35- hour week, excluding lunchbreaks. The days of work are ordinarily Monday to Friday. Start times are between 8.30 a.m. and 10.00 a.m. and finish times are between 4.30 p.m. and 6.30 p.m.

Contract: 18-month fixed contract, subject to review.

Salary: Women’s Aid Project Leader Scale, point offered commensurate with experience and available budget.

About the position: The Outreach support worker will provide support, information, court accompaniment and an advocacy service to women who experience or have experienced abuse by a current or former intimate partner. The outreach support worker will contribute to the co-ordination and development of strategies to combat domestic violence at a local level in order to effect political, social and cultural change.

How to apply: 

Applications for this post must be made using the application form provided, and the closing date for applications is 5 pm on Friday, February 3rd 2023.

Applications received after this time will not be considered, and CVs will not be considered.

Interviews are likely to take place during the week commencing February 13th 2023 and will take place in Women’s Aid head office.

Please e-mail your completed application form using reference 2023 Secs.Out in the subject line to: maren.reeder@womensaid.ie 

2. Corporate and Philanthropy Project Leader 

Reference: WACorPHil2023 (please cite in all communications with Women’s Aid).

Reports to: Strategic Communications and Fundraising Manager.  (Transferring to Fundraising Senior Project Leader from Q2 2023, subject to recruitment schedule). 

Contract: Permanent, Full-time.

Hours: Women’s Aid’s full-time working week is 35 hours (excluding lunch).  Core working hours are ordinarily between 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday, unless a role requires different contracted hours.

Location: Primarily based at Women’s Aid head office at Wilton Place, Dublin 2, but a % of hybrid working will be required.

Salary: €40K-47K on the Project Leader Scale.

Purpose: Corporate Partnerships have become an area of increasing focus for Women’s Aid.  As a result, we are delighted to be expanding our team to help us nurture and develop existing relationships with Corporates and philanthropists/ philanthropic organisations, and to drive and maximise new opportunities.

How to Apply: 

Application forms, clearly referenced WACorpPhil2023 in the subject line, should be sent by email only to Carmen Iturregui, Strategic Communications and Fundraising Administrative Officer, email carmen@womensaid.ie.

CVs will not be considered.

Closing date: 12 noon, Thursday 9th February 2023.

Interview schedule: It is anticipated that first round interviews will be held on Thursday 23rd February 2023.

3. Trainer Project Leader

Reference: WAT2023 (please cite in all communications with Women’s Aid).

Reports to: Training and Development Manager.

Contract: Permanent, Full-time.

Hours: Women’s Aid’s full-time working week is 35 hours (excluding lunch).  Core working hours are ordinarily between 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday, unless a role requires different contracted hours.

Location: Primarily based at Women’s Aid head office at Wilton Place, Dublin 2, but also working in an outreach capacity, travelling when appropriate to deliver in-person training across Ireland. Some remote working will also be required/facilitated.

Salary: Project Leader Scale (point commensurate to experience and funding).

Purpose of the Role: As part of the Training and Development team, the Trainer will:

  • Design, deliver, evaluate and promote training and awareness sessions on the subject of domestic violence and abuse using in-person, online & blended modes of delivery, to a variety of key stakeholders from groups, agencies, companies and individuals.
  • Facilitate and support organisations, and key individuals, to respond appropriately to violence against women and their children by current or former intimate partners.
  • Contribute to the development and refinement of training to meet demands, in keeping with best-practice and the organisation’s values and vision.
  • Contribute to organisational strategies to combat domestic violence in order to effect political, social and cultural change.

How to Apply:

Application Form: Application forms, clearly referenced WAT2023, should be sent by email only to Deborah Warren, Training Administrator, email deborah.warren@womensaid.ie 

CVs will not be considered.

Closing date: 12 noon, Monday 27 February 2023.

Interview schedule: It is anticipated that first round interviews will be held the week of 13 March 2023.

4. Services Administrator 

Reference: WASCESAD23 (please cite in all communications with Women’s Aid).

Reports to: Services Manager.

Contract: Permanent, Part-time, twenty hours per week.

Hours: From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday to Friday, with a requirement to work a minimum of one Thursday afternoon per month. (1 p.m. to 5 p.m.)

Location: Primarily based at Women’s Aid head office at Wilton Place, Dublin 2.

Salary: Women’s Aid Clerical Officer Scale. Pay point commensurate to experience and available funds.

Purpose: The role of the Services Administrator will be to provide administrative support to the Women’s Aid direct services for women impacted by domestic abuse. The work of the Services Administrator will be underpinned by the values and principles of the organisation and will consistently promote the strategic goals of Women’s Aid.

How to Apply:

Application Form: Application forms, clearly referenced WASCESAD23 in the subject line, should be sent by email only to Maren Reeder, Services and Helpline Administrator at maren.reeder@womensaid.ie

CVs will not be considered.

Closing date: 5 p.m. Friday, March 3rd 2023

Interview schedule: It is anticipated that first round interviews will be held during the week beginning March 13th 2023.

The successful candidate is expected to start in post in late April 2023

 

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