Why work for us?
We regularly look for talented, committed and passionate individuals to join us in delivering our innovative trauma-informed, risk-assessed and needs-led service for women, children and young people affected by all forms of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.
We offer an open, supportive working environment which will give you the opportunity to reach your full potential, with accredited training, flexible working hours and the chance to be part of changing our society for good.
To apply for a role with us, download the job pack, fill in the application form and equality monitoring form, and upload these to the contact form below. Please put the title of the role you are applying for in the message text. Alternatively, email your completed forms to HR@cardiffwomensaid.org.uk
Should a high volume of applications be received, we may need to close vacancies early. We therefore encourage you to apply as early as possible.
We are committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment. We are committed to recruit and retain the best talent and we welcome applications from people from diverse backgrounds. We appoint on merit.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic all of our recruitment is being conducted virtually. We aim to respond to your application as soon as possible.
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INDEPENDENT PERSONAL ADVISOR
To provide a high-quality frontline service to victims of
domestic and sexual abuse and wider VAWDASV issues.
Delivering a range of crisis intervention, early intervention
and prevention work, intensive support, and
The ideal candidate will have a good understanding of domestic violence/ abuse and experience working with vulnerable people including families and children.
Refuge Support Assistant (Bank)
To support the accommodation based IPA team to provide a
high-quality frontline service to victims of domestic and sexual
abuse and wider VAWDSV issues. This role includes Day and
This role is a bank support role, so may be suitable to fit alongside studies or other work commitments. The ideal candidate will have a good understanding of domestic violence/ abuse including the impact of domestic violence/ abuse on victims and their children.
REFUGE SUPPORT ASSISTANT
The Refuge Support Worker will need to provide support to the accommodation-based IPA team, to provide a high-quality frontline service to victims of domestic and sexual abuse and wider VAWDSV issues. Please note the service is 24/7 so we need people who can and will work outside normal office hours.
The ideal candidate will have experience working with vulnerable people, including families and/ or children.
Children and young person's IPA
We are looking for a confident Children and Young Person's worker with the ability to work with all age groups. The successful candidate will have great interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to build relationships and work collaboratively with a wide range of delivery partners, academic institutions and children/young people.
You will be highly organised, adaptable to change, robust, resilient and enjoy motivating individuals with a passion to support children and young people. If you want to be part of a pioneering project working across Wales to make a difference to the lives of children and young people impacted by Domestic Abuse, this is the role for you.
CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSON'S IPA (MATERNITY LEAVE) (x2)
This role is maternity leave to provide specialist support to children and young people who are affected by Domestic Abuse and sexual violence and/or at risk of abusive relationships.
Working within the Organisational and Supporting People Frameworks you will work towards enabling children and young people so that they are able to make positive changes to their lives in order to increase safety, well-being and to reduce the threats of homelessness.