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Support Assistant - Womens Services Refuge (Maternity Cover)

Part Time
Job Sector:
Charity / Not for Profit, Nursing / Social Care
South Wales
Salary description:
£19, 194.00 per annum pro rata
Start Date:
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Support Assistant Womens Services Refuge (Maternity Cover)


Location: Caerphilly

Hours: 1 day shift 9.30-5pm (Tuesday) and 1 night shift 4.45pm-9.45am (Sunday) per week plus flexibility to attend full team meetings, crossover, supervision and training

Salary: £19,194.00 per annum pro rata (£9597.00)

Contract: Maternity Cover Fixed Term 9 months

This is an exciting opportunity to join Llamau’s Domestic Abuse Services, working as a Support Assistant in 24hr refuge provision. You will play an integral role in providing a safe and secure environment for women and children in refuge, working with them to rebuild their lives free from abuse. This role works both alongside support workers and lone working, ensuring the 24hr provision and security of the project.

Llamau Women’s Services is an established, and supportive team, and looks forward to welcoming a new colleague who is committed to supporting women and their children to build on their strengths, and achieve positive outcomes.

This post is exempt from the Equalities Act 2010, and is for female applicants only.  

Job Description and Person Specification

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Please submit your completed application to by midnight on Monday 2nd July 2018

Please apply via our website by clicking here or the Apply Now button below.

Company Description

Llamau is the leading Homelessness Charity for the most vulnerable Young People and Women in Wales.

The word Llamau means steps, progression or threshold in old Welsh, and our ultimate aim is to support the people who use our services in making these positive steps.

We’ve become a ‘provider of choice’ because of our ability and reputation for working with all young people and vulnerable women. We are particularly well known for engaging with those at risk - particularly care leavers, young offenders, those at risk of offending, victims of domestic abuse, and people who have chaotic and disadvantaged lifestyles. They all need high levels of individual support to gain the necessary skills to live independently and integrate with communities.

In short, we often connect with people where others cannot.

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