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Birmingham and Solihull Women's Aid
£24,982 pro rata
To work alongside Umbrella colleagues and women experiencing domestic abuse to assess need and identify appropriate support programmes
Multiple Locations
£8, 656.28 per annum (£20,198 FTE per annum)
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Southall, Greater London
£19,634 - £28,240 per year
Temporary, FIXED TERM 12 MONTHS, Full-time
Job description

Southall Black Sisters runs an advice, advocacy and resource centre in West London which provides a comprehensive service to women experiencing violence and abuse and other forms of inequality. We offer specialist advice, information, casework, advocacy, counselling and self-help support service in several community languages. We are looking for driven, empathetic and committed individuals to join our team and support our work to empower women to live without fear of violence and assert their human rights to justice, equality and freedom. We are currently recruiting for the vacancies listed below.


Salary range £19,634 to £28,240 (incl. OLW) per annum depending on experienceAbility to fluently speak a South Asian language is essential (Punjabi, Hindi or Urdu preferred)

  • To provide high quality and comprehensive advice, information, and practical advocacy support relating to domestic and other forms of gender-based violence against BME women and children

  • To promote the participation and engagement of service users with Southall Black Sisters’ specialist holistic services

  • To promote the aims and objectives of Southall Black Sisters as a specialist organisation for BME women and children

This role will suit someone with experience of working with vulnerable women to provide advice and support in a sensitive, patient and professional manner.

In light of the nature and context of the work of Southall Black Sisters, the Organisation considers the candidate’s race and gender (BME) to be an occupational requirement in accordance with Para 1, Schedule 9, of the Equality Act 2010.

Deadline for applications midnight 9th August 2021

Interviews to be held during the week of 16th August 2021

To apply download an Application Pack on our website or complete the attached application form and monitoring form.

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Application Form (.docx)
Monitoring Form (.docx)
Trainee Advocate JD (.docx)
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Posted on: 23 July 2021
Closing date: 21 August 2021
Job ref: DV Advocate & Trainee Advocate
Tags: Advice, Information
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