Our mission is to protect women and children in Leeds from the
damage that domestic violence can inflict on their lives.
Is to protect women and children in Leeds from the damage that domestic violence can inflict on their lives. We believe that all women and children have the right to live their lives free from fear and harm. We will achieve this by providing women with choices from a range of services including temporary supported housing, outreach support, telephone support and floating support.Panic Button
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
£23,166 p.a. (pro rata)
21 Hours p.w.
Peer Support and Participation Link Worker
£24,717 p.a. (pro rata)
21 Hours p.w
We are looking for an experienced and committed Monitoring and Evaluation Officer to lead on the Monitoring and Evaluation and the online single point of information for Women’s Lives Leeds.
And an experienced and committed Peer Support and Participation Link Worker to lead on the development of Peer Support programmes, to establish a Women’s and Girls Advisory Group and to ensure Service User participation.
Both posts will be part of a core team to support the delivery of a four-year Big Lottery funded project supporting and empowering some of the most vulnerable women and girls in our city.
The posts will be located with and managed by Leeds Women’s Aid as the lead agency but will work closely with twelve partner organisations to deliver lasting change.
Closing date for applications: Thursday 8 September 5.00pm
Interviews to be held:
Peer Support and Participation Link Worker Monday 19 September 2016
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Wednesday 21 September 2016
For information and an application form please contact Leeds Women’s Aid by email at email@example.com, by phone on
0113 246 0401 or write to Leeds Women’s Aid PO Box 826, Leeds, LS1 9PL
These posts have been funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Women’s and Girls Initiative
LWA is committed to Equal Opportunities and Managing Diversity and welcomes all applications.
Leeds Women’s Aid recruit female relief workers to cover the following areas of work: drop in advice and support sessions, refuge support work, telephone support work. Our working hours are from Monday to Friday from 9am till 5pm.
Successful candidates will have
Leeds Women’sAid is fully committed to the principles of equal opportunity
firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an application pack
Gemma Clingo along with family & friends, including Molly (her Dad’s dog) will be walking 30 miles from Skipton to Leeds, along the Leeds-Liverpool Canal.
Starting at 5am on Sunday 4th September they are hoping to complete the walk in 12 hrs ending their stint at the Bridge Pub in Kirkstall for much needed refreshment!
All of us here at Leeds Women’s Aid wish them well. Thank you for raising funds to help us support vulnerable women and children from the damage that domestic violence can inflict on their lives.
To raise money for Leeds Women’s Aid, Phillip Painter and his wife will be undertaking The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge which is a 24 mile trek up three mountains Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough in under 12 hours.
Please help them to raise much needed funds to transform and rebuild the lives of extremely vulnerable women and children in Leeds.