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Hammersmith, Greater London
£28,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

This new and exciting role will be responsible for engaging and driving whole community engagement through delivering training, seminars and VAWG Awareness and Resilience Programs. The successful candidate will be experienced in developing and delivering creative VAWG prevention programs and confident to successfully engage YWG’s in a wide range of settings. (Schools, colleges, youth programs, YOTS, music venues and festivals) to raise awareness, challenge and positively influence the attitudes and behaviours that normalise VAWG in this peer group. You will receive specialist training on delivering VAWG Resilience Programs that build psychological and emotional resilience in YWG’s to strengthen protective factors to promote positive mental and emotional well-being in YWG’s.

A key aspect of your role will be to establish a thriving London-wide ‘Experts by Experience’ (EbyE) advisory panel. You will therefore be skilled in nurturing and developing YWG’s voice and active engagement within such forums. You will be skilled at working alongside young women with an acute awareness of how to successfully co-create and co-deliver training packages to professionals and the wider community, thus centralising YWG’s as the leaders and change agents in the project. 

This post will be based in Shepherds Bush (and includes travel across London).

This role is funded by Mayors Office for Policing and Crime.

WGN’s employee benefits include: 3% pension contribution, generous annual leave entitlement, support and supervision, access to CPD training & an Employee Assistance Programme.

Interviews to be held on Tuesday 17th December 2019.

This post is subject to satisfactory references and Enhanced DBS checks.

WGN is an equal opportunities employer. The above post is exempt under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1

Additional documents
WGN CPW Application Pack (.pdf)
WGN CPW Application Form (.doc)
WGN EOM Form (.doc)
WGN Privacy Notice (for job applicants) (.pdf)
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Women and Girls Network

Established in 1987, Women and Girls Network (WGN) has spent over 30 years supporting women and girls across London affected by gender-based vi... Read more

Posted on: 18 November 2019
Closing date: 10 December 2019
Tags: Training,Advocacy

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