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Vacancy: Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid

Vacancy –Women’s Support Worker

Scottish Government Violence against Women Funded Post

£27,548 (35hrs) Fixed term post to 31st March 2015

Applications are invited for a Women Support Worker who has experience of working with women from marginalised communities who are victims of domestic abuse.  You will have a clear understanding of domestic abuse and its effects on women, children and young people, along with knowledge of child protection and adult protection issues. An understanding of the issues affecting women experiencing domestic abuse primarily from the minority ethnic community is essential. You are required to work as part of a team which provides a professional women’s support service in response to the needs of women and any accompanying children who have experienced domestic abuse or are at risk of harm from domestic abuse.

A relevant qualification at SVQ Health and Social Care Level 3 or above is required

(Applications will be considered from individuals working toward completion of qualification)

Applicants must be bilingual speakers to include Punjabi, Urdu or Hindi

Applicants must have good oral and written English

Application form and Job Description available from Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid website or http://www.hematgryffe.org.uk/

In writing and/or collection from 

Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid

Flat 0/1, 24 Willowbank Street


G3 6LZ

By Telephone 0141 353 0859

Via Email hemat.gryffe@ntlbusiness.com

Via website www.hematgryffe.org.uk

Women only need apply under Schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010

Closing Date:   24.5.2013

For all posts successful candidates will be subject to the receipt of satisfactory references and applicable PVG scheme documents.




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