Jobs: North Tyneside Council

An exciting opportunity has arisen and applications are invited for a Domestic Abuse Housing Outreach Worker (37 hours per week, £23,111 - £25,463pa pay award pending). This is a fixed term position within the Council’s Housing Advice Team. The purpose of the role is to provide high quality practical and emotional support to households who are living with, or have lived with, domestic abuse and/or violence and have a housing need.

Jobs: Aspire

Aspire is recruiting a Data, Evaluation and Social Impact Lead Officer – National Lottery Community Fund (16 hours/week) Funded till September 2021, salary range £22 – 26k per annum (pro-rata). This part-time position will be responsible for leading the planning, monitoring and evaluation of our Supporting Sisters’ Programme to demonstrate the outcomes, social impact and learning of this important work.

Jobs: Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland

Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland is recruiting a Data Analyst: part-time, 4 days per week until May 2020. Salary: £18,212 (4 days) (FTE pt £22,462). Overtime sometimes available. RCTN are looking for a woman who has a genuine enthusiasm for all forms of data who enjoys discovering information that will help identify future trends.  You must be qualified to GCSE level and have a minimum of two years’ experience of designing/developing Access databases. You must also have an understanding of confidentiality and how to handle sensitive issues.

Jobs: Aspire

Aspire is recruiting a Marketing, Media and Communications Officer – National Lottery Community Fund: 10 hours per week, salary range £18 – 22k per annum (pro-rata). This part-time position will be responsible for producing and implementing a marketing, communication and public relation strategy primarily for The Supporting Sisters’ Programme, undertaking similar tasks in other areas of Aspire’s work as appropriate.

Jobs: Surviving Economic Abuse

Surviving Economic Abuse is recruiting a Privately Owned Housing (POH) Advocate. Full-time (37.5 hours a week) on a 12-month fixed contract. The position may be extended in the future subject to funding. The position is home-based and involves travel to London, Cambridgeshire and a North of England site. SEA is offering a salary of £28-30,000 and membership of a pension scheme with a contribution of 2 per cent. The deadline for applications is 22 February.

Jobs: Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland

Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland are recruiting a Community Engagement Worker/Trainer – Older Women. Fixed Term Contract for one year, 37 hours per week, salary £24,657 (NJC point 27) plus 2% inflation award 19/20 Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland are seeking a proactive and creative woman who can build and maintain links with both statutory and voluntary agencies, including health, social care, criminal justice and adult safeguarding.


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