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Advice Hub Caseworkers - VAWG services (Female Applicants Only)


Starting salary £28,000 per annum | Permanent

These roles will initially predominately involve remote working, evolving to involve regular office based working (in Shepherds Bush, as well as travel across London) as determined by service requirements and as circumstances allow)

Women and Girls Network (WGN) is looking for two experienced and dynamic Hub Caseworkers to join our highly successful Advice Service.

As a Hub Caseworker you will provide one-off and short term emotional, practical and advocacy support for self-identifying women, girls and non-binary people who have experienced any form of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG). You will be providing advice, information and support over the phone and via our web-chat and linking survivors with support that is right for them. You will also provide consultation and advice to professionals who are working with cases involving VAWG.  

The Advice team work from a woman-centred, trauma informed and survivor led integrated approach, ensuring individualised support that is rooted in empowerment and best practice. The work is delivered through a commitment to an anti-oppressive, feminist framework that strives to address additional barriers and meet the diverse range of survivors needs, understanding the specific support needs of each survivor. We are passionate about social justice and being part of dismantling systems and structures which oppress survivors. These posts play a key part in helping us identify current issues affecting survivors in London and opportunities for change.

The ideal candidates will be experienced in providing support, have an excellent insight into the needs of survivors of VAWG and be innovative. This is a unique opportunity to join one of the leading specialist VAWG organisations within the women sector, and play a pivotal role in the development and delivery of a service which improves responses, access and support to survivors in London. If you have the required skills then we would love to hear from you.

We welcome and encourage applications from women of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian, Minority and Ethnic communities.

We provide clinical supervision, access to an on-going CPD programme and the opportunity to work in a leading multi-cultural feminist organisation. WGN’s employee benefits include: 3% pension contribution, enhanced leave entitlement and an Employee Assistance Programme.

Completed applications should be emailed to humanresources@wgn.org.uk

Applicants who have not received a response to their application within 2 weeks of the closing date should assume their application has not been successful on this occasion.

These posts are subject to satisfactory reference and DBS checks.

Closing date

WGN is an equal opportunities employer. Posts are exempt under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.

Interview details

Interviews will be held in the week commencing 31st January 2022.