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Tenancy Sustainment For Survivors (TS4S) Project Worker

  • Part time
  • £25,298 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 10th February 2023

  • Advertised from 18th January 2023
  • 2 days per week (14 hours) with a potential for more hours when available.
  • Training and personal development opportunities; Generous pension scheme, commencing after probation period.


Do you want to make a difference to the lives of young female survivors of sexual abuse? Could you help them develop the skills needed to cope with what has happened to them and build an independent life and positive future?

Are you passionate about the eradication of Men’s Violence against Women and Girls and women's homelessness from a feminist perspective?

As a TS4S Project Worker with SAY Women, you will be able to do this for the young women in our service. With at least two years’ experience of working within the VAW&G field or women’s homelessness, you will be helping young women who have experienced sexual abuse or any form of sexual violence to hold on to their own tenancies, providing one-to-one support and intervention. Your knowledge of how sexual abuse and violence impacts on housing and homelessness in young women will be vital in supporting and advocating for them, as will any knowledge you have on Housing First and the mental health issues and coping strategies used by survivors.

When you join SAY Women, you join a community providing a warm and welcoming environment for all of our staff and young women. Our values run through every aspect of our attitude, approach and service provision, empowering our young women and staff with Courage, Compassion and Connection.

In return for your passion and dedication, we provide great opportunities for your personal training and development as well as a generous pension package and annual leave allowance.

Please download the Job Description for a full list of the duties of the post and the Person Specification.

The post is open to women only (exempt under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010) and is subject to Enhanced Disclosure Check.

SAY Women strives to be an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from individuals who are disadvantaged and under-represented in the labour market.

Funding:The post is currently funded by the Rapid Rehousing Fund through North Lanarkshire Council and will be based in both their offices and at SAY Women.

Application notes

For an application pack contact Pam Hunter on or 0141 552 5803.

Closing Date: 5pm on Friday 10th February

Interviews: Thursday 16th/Friday 17th February; a presentation will be required.