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Support Worker (within refuge, with responsibility for children and young people’s support)

£20,500 (rising to £21,500) • 37.5 hours/week • Permanent but subject to Supporting People funding • Monmouthshire

The above roles is exempt under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1. Registered Charity No: 1045890 – open to female applicants only

Deadline for applications is 18th August 2017 at 12pm

A disclosure obtained through the Discloser and Barring Service is required for all posts. 

For further information and an application pack, please call us on: 01495 742052 or email: [email protected]





Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA)

  • Vacancy Reference: 11
  • Location: London, E1W 3HW
  • Salary: £26,000 pro rata
  • Hours: 17.5 per week
  • Contract: fixed term contract until 31 March 2018 (possible renewal thereafter dependent on funding)
  • Job Category: Client Services
  • Responsible for: N/A
  • Responsible to: ISVA & Operations Manager
  • Closing Date: 21 August 2017
  • Interview Date: 25 August 2017

We are looking for someone to join our small, friendly team as a part-time Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA).

SurvivorsUK supports men who have experienced sexual abuse, sexual assault and rape and raises awareness of their needs. The service works in a holistic and empowering way to enable male service users to understand their experience of sexual violation and to recover from its effects.

The successful candidate will be involved in delivering a unique, pan-London service and will be based within a small team in Shadwell, E1. The role is to deliver a package of support covering crisis intervention, risk and needs assessment, safety planning and individual support planning. A key aspect of this role is to advocate on behalf of male service users pursuing remedies through the criminal and civil justice systems.

Successful applicants will have significant knowledge of sexual violence and it’s impact on men and boys, experience of providing practical and emotional support as well as strong casework management skills.

Applicants are required to have received an ISVA training qualification or be willing to attend training to obtain this.

For the full requirements, please see the job description.

To apply, please download and fill the application form and return it completed to:

[email protected] or by post to SurvivorsUK, 11 Sovereign Close, London E1W 3HW to arrive by the closing date.

Please note: in order to apply for this role you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK.

All SurvivorsUK posts are subjected to enhanced Disclosure and Barring Clearance.




Volunteer Opportunities at Respond (London)

Volunteers for our Circles of Support & Accountability (CoSA) project
A new and innovative community-based initiative to support young people with learning disabilities who have sexually harmful behaviours. For more details and to find out how you can get involved click here

Volunteer Therapists
Each year we have a small number of placements available for therapists who have completed at least one year’s therapy training. In return for your commitment we offer a comprehensive range of training and supervision. If you are interested in working therapeutically with people with learning disabilities please click here

We are looking for someone to help us raise funds for to our charity. Are you a good communicator? Confident in speaking to lots of different kinds of people? Able to explain ideas simply and persuasively? Are you committed to making a lasting difference to vulnerable people’s lives? If so click here

Marketing Internships
Are you a Marketing Graduate and looking for an internship in the voluntary sector? If so Respond could be the organisation for you. Are you are interested in a placement with us? If so please click here


Support Team Volunteers at NAPAC (National Association for People Abused in Childhood) – London

NAPAC is now accepting applications for Support Team Volunteers. They are seeking people who are interested in giving 3-4 hours a week to join the NAPAC Support Team who run the NAPAC support line and other support services. Potential volunteers will need to be able to easily travel in to the new NAPAC offices which are near Oval tube station.

The role of Support Team Volunteers

The Support Team Volunteers are the ‘service’ that NAPAC offers. Their role is to answer the NAPAC support line, and provide other support services, to men and women who have experienced any type of abuse during childhood. The role of the Support Team Volunteers includes:

  • To listen and understand in a non-judgemental, objective way.
  • To acknowledge that abuse will bring up various emotions for callers – and to normalise these.
  • To signpost onto other organisations where callers are looking for further support.
  • To support callers as they explore their circumstances during the call.
  • To explore possible options that callers may take – empowering them to make their own choices, enabling them to move forward.

For more information and application details.


NAPAC (National Association for People Abused in Childhood) – London


NAPAC is seeking an experienced fundraiser. The post will either be full-time or part time and  salary is negotiable depending on experience and track record.
We have funding for the post for 2 years and hope to appoint someone as soon as possible.
They will need to make an immediate impact and be as passionate as we are about this work.
If you have that experience, are willing to join a hard-working and dedicated team in our London office then contact Peter Saunders, Chief Executive.
Email: [email protected] Telephone: 020 3176 0560. 


Cynfannol Women’s Aid

Volunteer Position – Board of Trustees

Closing Date: August 21, 2017

Can you spare 3-5 hours per month?

We are interested in applications from people with various skills and backgrounds to join our Board of Trustees.

About Us: Cyfannol Women’s Aid is an independent local charity based in Pontypool and Abergavenny, which provides services and support throughout Torfaen and Monmouthshire to women (and their children) experiencing Domestic Abuse.

The charity was formed in 2015, as the result of a merger between Torfaen Women’s Aid and Women’s Aid Monmouthshire, both of which had over 35 years’ experience in supporting women and their children.

Additional Information: Board of Trustees (open to males and females)

To Apply: For an informal discussion and/or a Trustee Application Pack please call Helen Swain (CEO) on 01495 742062 or email [email protected]


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