This vacancy has now closed

Support Worker/Collective Manager x 2

  • Full time or Part time
  • £30,510
  • Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire
  • Closing 13th March 2023

  • Advertised from 3rd March 2023


Clydebank Women’s Aid have an exciting and unique to opportunity for a feminist to work for the last true collective in the Scottish Women’s Aid Network. Work with other passionate feminists committed to overthrowing patriarchy, feminist management, and providing the best possible service we can to women, children and young people who are experiencing domestic abuse.

This role requires a broad range of experience, skills, and values. We are looking for a woman who is a passionate and committed feminist with experience providing emotional/practical support; however, training will be provided if not.

Your role:

You will provide one to one support to women, children, and young people wherever these sessions take place (online, in office, outreach and refuge basis). Ensuring that women, children, and young people are at the forefront of the service and that all aspects of work are undertaken within the feminist ethos of Clydebank Women’s Aid.

As a collective manager you will be equally responsible with the rest of the workers for the day to-day-running of Clydebank Women’s Aid and ensuring our vision and mission statement are met. Work will include but isn’t limited to: ensuring all aspects of service are covered; attending internal and external meetings; overseeing recruitment, employment and management issues; contributing to local and national campaigns etc.,

Please look over job description and person spec’s for an in depth understanding of what the role entails.

Generous employment package including:

  • 14% employer pension contribution
  • Continuous training and personal development opportunities
  • Costs covered to complete SVQ level 9&10.
  • Costs of PVG and SSSC registration covered.
  • 30 days Annual leave and 12 Public holidays
  • 7.5% of salary unsociable hours bonus

Application notes

We are inviting applications to write us a short letter detailing why they would like to work with Clydebank Women’s Aid, what’s important to them (their values, attitudes, skills, hobbies etc.,)

Applicants who are successful at this stage will then be invited to complete an application form. This will be sent to applicants via email (or post if requested) on Friday 17th of March.

Applicants will be shortlisted and those who are successful will be invited to interview on Saturday the 22nd of April where a short written exercise will be undertaken.

We ask that you look over the job description and person specifications for a full understanding of what is expected.

Closing date (first stage): Monday 13th March 2023 @ 1pm

Closing date (second stage): Tuesday 11th April 2023 @ 9am

Interview: Saturday 22nd April 2023

Please download materials (including letter info and template) below or email for a copy

Please return applications to before the closing date

Core working hours:

9:30am – 4:30pm (Mon-Fri)

Occasional evening and weekend work will be required.

Full time post (35 hours) is open to job share, please state this on email if you would consider this.

Option to undertake 28 hours, please state this on email.

Under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 only women are eligible

*Please note this post is subject to enhanced disclosure check, appropriate references, and successful induction period (3 months but can be extended)