Looking for a fulfilling new job? Then come and join us.
Our mission is to be the leading provider and advocate for specialist services for BME communities affected by abuse, violence and exploitation.
To do that, we need the best, most talented and enthusiastic committed people with a wide range of skills to join our teams; from refuge workers, domestic violence, human trafficking and gender-based service managers and independent domestic violence advocates, to fundraising, development, finance and human resource professionals.
Good news – we are hiring!
If you believe in our vision of a future when all people in wales are free from abuse, violence and exploitation, we want to hear from you.
These are our current vacancies:
- Independent Domestic Violence Advisor (IPA / IDVA)
- BME Specialist Worker ( Neath and Port Talbot)
- Outreach Worker
- Relief Assistant Support Worker ( Human trafficking and Modern day slavery)
- Outreach Worker (Male Applicants Only)
- BME Specialist
- BME Group Worker
- Assistant Independent Domestic Violence Advisor
- Interpreters- Croatian, Farsi, French, German, Polish, Somali, Ukrainian
- BME Specialist Worker
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- Refuge Warden
- Support Worker (Floater)- Domestic abuse
Your Rewards & Benefits:
- 30 days annual leave (increasing to 35 after 5 years of service) PLUS public and bank holidays.
- Company sick pay scheme.
- Workplace pension scheme.
- Enhanced maternity, adoption and paternity pay.
- Employee Assistance Programme.
- Life assurance (death-in-service benefit).
- Excellent training and development opportunities.
- Work-life balance options may include flexi-time, job-share, home-working, part-time.
- Modern office overlooking the waterfront of Cardiff Bay, 5 minutes’ walk from the train station.
What makes Bawso different?
Bawso is a BME led organisation that has been providing practical and emotional support to BME victims of domestic abuse, sexual violence, human trafficking, female genital mutilation and forced marriage in Wales for over 25 years. Our programmes contribute to the prevention of violence against women. Each year, through our protection and support services, we have supported more than 6,000 adults and children and developed initiatives to counter re-victimisation. We have the continuous task to raise funds in order to keep our pattern-specialist provision of crisis services for communities open.
At Bawso, we ensure that the survivor’s voice is embedded into our activities and services we provide. Our service users are fully involved in all facets of the life of Bawso. For example, if one is accommodated at a refuge, they are given a role to play in running it and supporting other residents. They are further consulted on service development. Some of the survivors serve as recruitment panel members, volunteers or paid staff while others sit on the Board after they leave Bawso service.
How do I apply for a Bawso vacancy?
You will need to complete an application form for each job for which you wish to apply. Click on the role you are interested in, and you will automatically be taken to an online application form to complete.
If you have any questions or concerns about this process or wish to highlight an accessibility issue that may arise, please do not hesitate to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidance for Applicants
For further information on recruitment and working at Bawso please review the document below:
Our placement opportunities
We offer unpaid placements for second and third year university students.
If you have any questions you can get in touch with our Recruitment Team at email@example.com
We welcome applications from all sections of the community we serve and recognise the value that diversity adds to our work and organisation.