Hackney Wick, Greater London (Hybrid)
Permanent, Part-time
Job description

Can you listen calmly and empathically to a boy who has experienced sexual abuse? A non-binary person who was raped? The partner of a man sexually assaulted?

You’ll give emotional support, information and signposting via webchat, email and SMS to men, boys and non-binary people who have experienced sexual abuse, and their loved ones.

This is a rewarding role with the chance to make a meaningful difference to the journeys of those who contact us. Last year 2,700 did; no two chats were the same.


  • 8-24 hours per week, in weekly-recurring 4-hour shifts between the hours of Monday-Friday 4-8pm and Saturday 12-4pm (see recruitment pack for more details)
  • + Around 3 hours per month of line management, clinical supervisions and meetings, including the fourth Wednesday of each month, 12-1pm
  • + Opportunity for overtime.


  • Work from home initially, with occasional visits to our office in Hackney Wick, London.
  • In the future we hope to be able to offer the option to work some shifts from the office.
  • You must have a private, confidential home working environment to be considered for this role.

Key dates:

30-minute online assessment:

  • 28/04/22

Online interviews:

  • 05/05/22

Start date:

  • 01/06/22


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Refreshed on: 06 April 2022
Closed date: 18 April 2022 at 18:00
Tags: Support Worker

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