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IDAS is recruiting

IDAS is the largest specialist domestic abuse charity in Yorkshire providing innovative and responsive support services to people affected by or escaping domestic abuse and sexual violence. We have continued to grow over the last year and are seeking compassionate, determined individuals to join our committed teams. Opportunities available:

Independent Domestic Violence Advisor (IDVA) Young People - Sheffield
Salary NJC 12-18 starting £22,183 (Full Time)
Hours 1 x 37 hours
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Women’s Wellbeing Coach (St Giles Trust) – Harrogate
Salary NJC 12-18 starting £22,183 (Full Time)
Hours 1 x 37 hours
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Children’s Support Worker – York Refuge
Salary: NJC 12-18 starting £22,183 (Full Time)
Hours: 1 x 18.5 hours and 1 x 22.50 hours (job share) or 1 x 37 hours
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This post is open to female applicants only as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

Closing date for applications for the jobs listed above is noon Friday 21st May 2021. Interviews to be held via Zoom week commencing Monday 31st May 2021. Only completed IDAS application forms will be considered.

All positions attract 26 days paid holiday (pro-rated)+ bank holidays (pro-rated) and contributory pension. Other benefits include: company-paid health cash plan; cycle-to-work scheme.

All completed applications should be emailed to [email protected] or posted to HR & Payroll Officer, IDAS, 39 Blossom St, York, YO24 1AQ.  A link to complete your Equalities Monitoring form can be found in each Application Pack. Alternatively, you can also complete it by clicking here. Email applications are preferred.

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