Our amazing staff are what enables WWIN to help victims of domestic abuse to find safety and regain control over their lives. WWIN staff help us tackle and prevent future domestic abuse, creating safer futures for everyone.
If you want to be part of this, if you're passionate about preventing domestic abuse, supporting victims and ending violence against women and girls - then we want to here from you!
If you think you have what it takes to do this work, but you’re worried that you might not have the right experience, please call us – let’s talk about it. We may be able to consider training and additional support for you.
Domestic Abuse Refuge Support Worker
21 - 37 hours per week (negotiable and flexible)
Various across Wearside
£24,294 - £28,783 per annum (pro rata) depending on experience and qualifications
WWIN is committed to the personal and professional development of staff. You will be working within an experienced team willing to share skills, experience and support your learning and development.
"Since working for WWIN, I have had the opportunity to experience all aspects of the service! I have been supported with progression, and have had amazing training throughout my time here"
- Chelsea, WWIN team member
Attitude is more important than experience - we need people who can relate and respond to service user needs and are willing to learn. In this respect, we are happy to take developmental staff with a passion for this area of work. If you think this is you, please submit an application or call us for a chat.
WWIN strives to be an equal opportunity employer. There will be no discrimination in respect of ethnicity, racial heritage, colour, nationality, culture, religion, age, sex, class, marital status, sexuality, disability or criminal record. This list is not exhaustive. There will be no discrimination on these grounds in the terms and conditions offered to employees or job applicants.
WWIN is a feminist organisation that delivers a range of services to women, girls and children who have been subjected to domestic and sexual abuse. Consequently, many of our roles are open to women only, where Occupational Requirement (Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1) applies.