Women’s Aid is a women only organisation and the lawful recruitment of a female for the post falls within the exemption stated in Article 10 (2b&4e) of the Sex Discrimination (NI) Order 1976.
 

FAMILY FIRST SUPPORT WORKER, LARNE (22 hours)

Responsible to: Assessment Manager

Women’s Aid in Antrim, Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Larne and Newtownabbey is a charitable organisation which provides accommodation and support to women, children and young people who have experienced domestic violence.

AIM OF POST

The Family First Support Worker is employed by Women’s Aid in ABCL&N to work directly with women and their children; to deliver individual practical and emotional support. Provide individual support to build mothers skills to improve their children’s lives.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

To be aware of the needs of women and children in the local community and provide early intervention to meet their needs and work as part of a team to ensure that these needs are met.
 To be aware of, and to promote, the principles underpinning children’s rights and parental responsibilities.
 To work as part of a team with direction to provide practical support and information to women affected by domestic violence.
 To work as part of a team to identify, assess and respond to the physical, psychological, emotional, social and educational needs of the children.

Mission Statement & Aims of Women’s Aid
Recruitment Information Letter
Job Description FF Support Worker, Larne
Person Specification FF Support Worker, Larne
Job Application form

Closing date: Friday 14th December 2018 at 1.00pm

JOB TITLE: Project Manager (Make it Better team)
Maternity Cover

RESPONSIBLE TO: Area Manager

BASE: Grace House, Antrim

Key Responsibilities:

• Co-ordinate and supervise the Make it Better Project Team. To ensure the high standard of support for young people accessing the services is developed and maintained.
• To support the development and implementation of a range of programmes / activities to meet the needs of young people;
• Contribute to the development and support the implementation of policy and procedures for the project;
• Plan and facilitate training and awareness raising to enable individuals and organisations to understand the context and effect of domestic violence upon young people;
• To monitor the progress of prevention work in schools and youth settings;

Mission Statement & Aims of Women’s Aid
Recruitment Information Letter
Job Description MIB Project Manager Dec 18
Person Specification Project Manager MIB Team
MIB Project Manager Application Form

Closing date: Friday 14th December 2018 at 1.00pm