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£25,000 - £28,500 per year ((Dependant on qualification and experience)
Contract, Part-time
Job description

nia has been delivering services to women, girls and children who have experienced domestic and sexual violence since 1975. The organisation has three main aims: to provide services for women, girls and children who have experienced men’s violence; contributing to ending male violence against women and girls, and to inform and influence policy and public awareness.

nia is an approved member of Rape Crisis England and Wales, an umbrella organisation supporting Rape Crisis Centres across the country. Rape Crisis is completely independent of the government and the criminal justice system

We are delighted to have received funding from Comic Relief to deliver a Black and Minoritised Women Independent Sexual Violence Advocacy service. This post will be based within our Huggett Women’s Centre in Dagenham and will be co-located within the East London Rape Crisis Service.

Hours: Full time: 35 hours per week

Term: Funded until December 2021

Salary: £25,000-£28,500 (Dependant on qualification and experience)

The ISVA will provide proactive support and advocacy service to female survivors of sexual violence in and outside of the criminal justice system. She will run drop ins/groups for Black and Minoritised (BME) Victim-Survivors in Dagenham. The ISVA will provide a service that is sensitive to the additional barriers, stigma and discrimination that BME women experience

The ISVA must be a woman from a black or minoritised ethnic background

Closing Date: 10am, 11th June 2020

 Interview date:18 June 2020

The post is subject to an enhanced vetting and barring check and is open to Black women only. Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR), Schedule 9 (Work; Exceptions), Part 1 (Occupational Requirements), of the Equality Act (2010) applies.

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The Nia project

nia's staff are what allows us to help women and children escape from and move on after gender based violence. nia staff help women change ... Read more

Posted on: 22 May 2020
Closing date: 18 June 2020
Tags: Advocacy

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