SWA are recruiting for a Supported Housing Support Worker and a Forest School Worker 

 

VACANCY 1 

1 x 21-hour Supported Housing, Support Worker       Annual salary: £21,659.82 pro rata

 This is a permanent post, funded by the Housing Support Grant via the Local Authority

 Swansea Women’s Aid offers dynamic, innovative services to women and children experiencing violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence (VAWDASV).

We are looking for a dedicated support worker who has experience of working with vulnerable people for a minimum of 2 years.

The key areas of responsibility are:

  • To provide intensive support through the SWA Support Planning and Risk Management framework to residents of SWA’s Supported Housing premises
  • To participate in the administrative running of the service
  • To take part in housing management tasks as required

For more information about this role and to apply, please refer to this application pack:

Supported-Housing-Support-Worker-Application-Pack-January-2022

Closing date: Monday 24th January 2022

Start date: 14th February 2022

Under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1, this is a women only post

 

 VACANCY 2

A Part Time Forest School Project Worker – CHYPS Project, Salary: £2,817.80 – (264 hours)

This is a post supported by Children In Need – up to 31st August 2023.

Swansea Women’s Aid offers dynamic, innovative services to women and children experiencing domestic abuse.

The worker will plan, prepare and deliver the Forest School Project programme of outdoor learning sessions, which will take place either after school or on Saturdays with support provided by volunteers.

For further information and to apply, please refer to this application pack:

CHYPS Forest School Project Worker Application pack – December 2021

Closing date: 09:00 on Monday 17th January 2022

Interview dates: Friday 21st January 2022

 

 

SWA value diversity and are committed to promoting equality. We encourage applications from women from all backgrounds and communities –  Black, Asian, LGTBQ+ or other ethnic minority backgrounds and people with a disability.

We particularly welcome applications from Welsh speaking candidates.

Under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1, these posts are open to women only.

 Thank you for your interest and good luck!