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Jobs: A Way Out, Stockton

A Way Out, Stockton is looking to recruit the following posts: Youth Outreach Co-ordinator (part time: 16 hours per week, £21,312 pa pro rata) and Youth Outreach Worker (part time: 16 hours per week, £17, 691 pa pro rata). The Youth Outreach Co-ordinator will be responsible for the delivery and continued development of the Youth Engagement Service whilst co-ordinating a range of existing activities and a package of support with the help of a Youth Worker and team of volunteers.

Jobs: ARCH North East

ARCH North East is recruiting a SARC Link Worker (Full time, £23,500 per year). The post holder will be employed by ARCH North East and seconded to work within the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) for Teesside. The primary aim of the post is to support and increase referrals from a range of health settings into the SARC and other Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) support services, also including support to Men and Boys.

Jobs: My Sister's Place

My Sister’s Place is recruiting an Administrator/Receptionist (37 hours per week, 12 months with a view to extending subject to funding, SPC18 (£18,870) pro rata) to support their services. Based in central Middlesbrough, My Sister’s Place provides specialist services to increase the safety of women and their children. This is a front line post in a crisis intervention service and you will need excellent personal communication skills to deal with the wide range of people that use the centre. Closing date: Friday, 31st August 2018. 

Invitation to tender: Justice and Equality Fund Communications Specialist

The Justice and Equality Fund (the JEF), managed by Rosa, aims to bring an end to the culture of harassment, abuse and impunity by resourcing an expert network of advice, support and advocacy organisations and projects. Based on lessons from what has worked in other fields, Rosa will resource and coordinate a network of communications professionals, embedded within several women’s organisations already active in this area.

Jobs: Teeside SARC

Safe In Tees Valley are seeking to appoint a Daytime Crisis Worker to act as part of the north east SARC-support service with specific responsibility to operate from the Teesside SARC. Full time – initial 2 year contract with an option to extend for a further 2 years subject to review, £22,700. Closing date: 2nd August, 12 noon. The daytime SARC Crisis Worker will provide a consistent, first point of contact for all enquiries to the Teesside SARC. The service is available to provide support for all victims of rape and other sexual offences.

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