GLASGOW WOMEN'S AD
requires to work in Greater Easterhouse
TWO SUPPORT/DEVELOPMENT WORKERS To offer support to, and develop services, for abused women. Must have groupwork skills and knowledge of welfare rights.
TWO FAMILY RESOURCE WORKERS
To offer support to the children of women who have suffered abuse. Must have worked with children of all ages individually and in groups, and be able to I develop a strategy to address each child's needs.
TRAINING RESEARCH WORKER
To offer training to local agencies and to research the experiences of abused women. Must have experience of structuring research, preparing and delivering training.
ESSENTIAL to all posts are a knowledge of issues around abuse of women and children, a feminist analysis and experience of formal counselling.
SALARY AP/4 Posts are funded by Urban Aid.
Application forms and further details available in writing only from GLASGOW WOMEN'S AID 30 Bell Street, Glasgow Closing date 09 O8 1993
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