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Women@thewell works tirelessly to improve the lives of women involved in, or at risk of involvement with prostitution.

We are looking to recruit a team of volunteers who will assist our support workers to run a drop in service Monday to Friday between the hours of 10am and 4pm.

Offering either full or half days.

This volunteer role will see you supporting the smooth running of a drop in service - which provides women with access to hot nutritious food, shower facilities and a range of activities run daily.

We need your help now more than ever to ensure the women we support have a Covid safe, Winter provision.

Your time will improve the lives of the women we support and ensure that we can run essential services which keep women safe and providing hope and support to exit prostitution.

Volunteers will receive a full and comprehensive induction and ongoing training and support.

This is a wonderful opportunity for someone who would like to gain experience in a women’s organisation and for those who would like to make positive change.

For more information please email: Volunteering@watw.org.uk

Alternativly please call: Jo Thompson - Volunteer Coordinator: 07538553961

Role:    Treasurer/Company Secretary

Remuneration:    Unremunerated, reasonable expenses will be reimbursed

This role would see you working closely with our Finance Manager, Director, and with the board of Trustees, all of whom are passionate about improving the lives of women and striving towards full abolition of the sex trade.

Following the retirement of the current incumbent, after 10 years of service, we are seeking a new Treasurer/Company Secretary to oversee the financial affairs of the organisation.

women@thewell is an initiative developed by the Institute of Our Lady (IOLM) to provide a uniquely holistic and multifaceted range of services to vulnerable women, who are caught in multiple cycles of abuse and social exclusion. Built on over 25 years of experience of our founder Sister Lynda Dearlove.

The women we support need your help now more than ever. The global pandemic has wielded devastating impacts across the world, especially amongst women who already faced disadvantage, abuse and exploitation. We are more committed than ever to continuing to provide specialist support services for women.

THIS POST IS EXEMPT UNDER SECTION 7(ii) (d) OF THE SEX DISCRIMINATION ACT 1975. APPLICATION OPEN TO WOMEN ONLY.

Interested candidates please send CV’s torecruitment@watw.org.uk

If you have any questions re the post please email recruitment@watw.org.uk to arrange a telephone conversation.

Closing date: 12 noon on the 1st of December 2020

Centre Coordinator £28,500 full time (37.5 hours) and 5% employer pension contribution

Volunteer Coordinator £27,951 pro rata for 4 days a week and 5% employer pension contribution

We are seeking two exceptional women to join our team. Do you have drive, passion and commitment to improving the lives of women - why not join us in our fight for full abolition of the sex trade?

The women we support need your help now more than ever. The global pandemic has wielded devastating impacts across the world, especially amongst women who already faced disadvantage, abuse and exploitation. We are more committed than ever to continuing to provide specialist support services for women.

Both roles work across the whole organisation to build our capacity to provide high quality, holistic support to vulnerable women.

Our Centre Coordinator is pivotal to our work, running our daily ‘Drop In’ and managing our facilities to ensure we operate a safe and welcoming environment for women, volunteers, staff and visitors.

The Volunteer Coordinator role is critical for the organisations services, ensuring that we have enough volunteers to support our work. Supporting services staff with recruitment and training, and making and developing partnerships within the community and with other organisations – such as universities to ensure our volunteer force is as diverse as the women that use our services.

women@thewell is an initiative developed by the Institute of Our Lady (IOLM) to provide a uniquely holistic and multifaceted range of services to vulnerable women, who are caught in multiple cycles of abuse and social exclusion.

THIS POST IS EXEMPT UNDER SECTION 7(ii) (d) OF THE SEX DISCRIMINATION ACT 1975. APPLICATION OPEN TO WOMEN ONLY.

THESE POSTS ARE EXEMPT UNDER THE EQUALITY ACT 2010 SCHEDULE 9, PART 1 APPLICATION OPEN TO WOMEN ONLY

Contact recruitment@watw.org.uk or 54-55 Birkenhead Street London WC1H 8BB for an application pack.

Closing date for applications: 9am 14th December 2020

Interviews for shortlisted candidates will be held on the 17th December 2021


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