We currently have 3 vacancies, the closing date for which is 19 March 2023. The staff team is based in our office in central Cumbernauld and our core hours are 9 a.m. – 4.30 p.m. Monday – Friday.
Holidays – 43 days of which 9, including 6 Public Holidays, are fixed
3% pension contribution
All posts are open to women only (Equality Act 2010 Work Occupational Requirement Exception, Schedule 9 Paragraph 1).
For an informal discussion about our current vacancies please text 07738 259399 to arrange a mutually suitable time.
For further information including an application form, please visit the Good Moves website
Women’s Support Worker – Intake
You will be one of 2 Intake workers who are the first point of contact for our service assessing queries to ensure women experiencing domestic abuse receive appropriate support from the team. This post covers the morning intake service.
Salary: £10329.84 (under review) plus flat rate payment for on-call evenings and weekends as required
Hours: 15 hours a week
This post is funded by Scottish Government, Delivering Equally Safe Fund.
You will provide administrative and financial support including tasks associated with the management of our refuge accommodation. They will liaise closely with other members of the team, the Board and suppliers. The nature of our work requires a commitment to the values and ethos of Women’s Aid.
Hours: 17.5 hours a week, negotiable
Children and Young People’s Support Worker
You will be part of a team providing support to children and young people affected by domestic abuse in the Cumbernauld and Kilsyth area. The post is based in our office in central Cumbernauld and the postholder will deliver support in local schools and in the community.
Salary: £23414.30 (under review) plus flat rate payment for on-call rate evenings and weekends (as required)
Hours: 34 hours a week during core hours Monday – Friday
This post is partially funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. The initial contract is for one year from the date of appointment with any extension dependent on continued funding being secured.