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Family Resource Worker / Collective Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £33,560
  • Clydebank
  • Closing 3rd January 2024

  • Advertised from 28th November 2023
  • £33,560 pro-rata. 35 Hours, 28 hours or 17.5 hours (job share – please note, this requires 2 successful applicants) Core hours: 9:30am – 4:30pm (Monday – Friday). This role also requires occasional evening and weekend work and the ability to be on-call.


Clydebank Women’s aid has been providing a service to women, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse since 1981. We are a small group of passionate and committed feminists who work collectively to deliver a high-quality service to the women, children, and young people that we work with.

Do you want to work for a charity which has feminist values at its core, working alongside likeminded women?

This is a rare opportunity to work in one of Scotland’s few remaining, genuine, collectives. Supporting women, children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse and working to challenge patriarchal values that allow male violence to flourish.

You will be working within a Collective Management structure while also providing the essential face to face support. It is essential that applicants understand fully that this is a dual role, if employed you will be a worker and a manager in the organisation and as such are responsible (as are all other collective members) for all areas of the service.

Family Resource Worker / Collective Manager

For this varied and interesting role, we are looking for a woman who is passionate about feminism and women and children’s rights and has an ability to be adaptable and compassionate in the workplace in line with Clydebank Women’s Aid ethos. Ideally you will have some experience of support work however this is not essential as you will receive in house training and support.

What you’ll be doing

As the Family Resource Worker / Collective Manager your core responsibility will be to deliver one to one support to women, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse and are living in refuge, accessing our outreach service or call in for support and advice.

You will also be responsible for the overall project management of the service alongside the other collective members.

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 on-call payment

Next steps

We ask that you fully read the attached application pack for a full understanding of what is required for this interesting and varied role. Please relate your work experience to the Person Specification and Job Description which are contained within the Recruitment Information Pack which can be download below.

Application notes

To apply for this post please complete the attached application form and return it to;

Please also return the Qualification Statement, On-call Statement, Physical Work Statement, Fit Person Statement and Trustee Statement when returning your application form. These are contained within the Recruitment Information Pack.

Closing date: Wednesday 3rd of January 2024 (9am)

Interview date: Saturday the 20th of January 2024

Under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 only women are eligible to apply. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Check and suitable references.