Jobs with NDWA
North Derbyshire Women’s Aid (NDWA)
NDWA is a registered charity that provides advice, support to women, men and their children from diverse backgrounds, who are or have been experiencing domestic abuse in the local authority areas of Chesterfield, North East Derbyshire and Bolsover.
Support for men is provided through our specialist service for men, Derbyshire Support and Advice for Men (DSAM)
We provide a county wide IDVA service in Derbyshire.
We are inviting applications for the following posts:
Relief Adult Domestic Abuse Service Workers Wanted
To offer housing related support to women, men and their children in our four refuges. Applicants need to have an understanding of the issues around domestic abuse, and organisational skills along with the ability to work on their own initiative and as part of a team. Mutually convenient sessions are pre-arranged. A degree of flexibility is desired to meet the needs of the project, covering for absence of permanent workers. The rate of pay is £9.66 per hour.
Provisional interview date: 10th May 2013
Closing date for all posts is Friday 3rd May 2013
For an application pack, please email email@example.com or send a 66p stamped A4 addressed envelope to:
North Derbyshire Women’s Aid, West Bank House, Albion Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S40 1LL stating clearly the post you wish to apply for.
These posts require female workers and are covered by the Sex Discrimination Act 1975, Section 7 (2) (d) and (e). A CRB disclosure will be required.
Volunteer Counsellors Wanted
NDWA aims to recruit Female Volunteer Counsellors
Are you looking for a trainee counsellor placement or post- qualification counselling experience?Do you want to become a part of an organisation that makes a real difference to women’s lives?
NDWA in Chesterfield provides counselling and support to women survivors of domestic abuse primarily living in Chesterfield/North-East Derbyshire.
All volunteers receive a thorough induction, ongoing support and free training opportunities. NDWA also provides contributions towards travel expenses with qualified counsellors receiving contributions towards supervision costs, depending on experience and length of service.
Minimum entry level for applicants is the successful completion of the first year of a diploma course that meets BACP guidelines along with some previous clinical counselling experience.
For further information and application packs please email:
Or telephone our office: 01246 540 464
Closing Date: Friday, April 19th
Management Committee Members Wanted
What is a Management Committee and what do they do?
The Management Committee is made up of a group of female volunteers, from a variety of backgrounds who give their time freely one evening per month, to support organisational decision making
Support the Management Team to ensure the organisation is well run
Ensure NDWA comply with charity law
Ensure Quality Services are delivered to a high standard
- Ensure finances are transparent and used for the benefit of the service
We are a non profit making organisation celebrating 25 years of service, that supports all individuals and their families who have been affected by the impact of domestic abuse. We have a broad range of community based service covering Chesterfield, North East Chesterfield and Bolsover, including:
Advice and drop in services
Community based Support for Men, Women and Children
- Therapeutic Services (Art therapy, Counselling)
For more information contact:
Fay Atkinson & Dena Trossell