Working for A Way Out could be one of the most exciting, rewarding and fulfilling things you ever do, whether that is working at a Senior Management level or volunteering a couple of hours each week; you will be involved in working for one of the regions top voluntary organisations, receiving the highest quality training & support whilst making a real difference in peoples lives.
We currently actively recruiting to 2 exciting roles, a Monitoring & Evaluation Consultant and a Specialist Worker to join our Blossom Team, please see below for further details:
Monitoring & Evaluation Consultant: We are seeking an experienced consultant to expand our monitoring and evaluation, to build on previous learning and provide greater insight into the needs of our clients. The work will involve 2 of our main service areas in order to build a robust evidence base, to inform the ongoing development of our organisational strategy and the creation of new business opportunities. Particularly we wish to expand our qualitative data to gain a better understanding of how our services are viewed and experienced by service users, staff and volunteers, and stakeholders.
The consultant will need to have extensive experience of working with charities and ideally with specialist services that work with exploited, vulnerable women and girls. The successful candidate will work with the Chief Executive, and other staff, to develop, agree and implement a detailed work plan for their role.
We are offering initially on a one year contract with the opportunity for extension subject to performance and funding. The contract amount for this work will be £7,000 for evaluation of the Blossom project and £14,000 for the Liberty project. The value reflects the number of hours and volume of work required for each project.
To apply please submit:
- A covering letter explaining your interest in the role, the skills and experience you would bring and the approach you would take
- a CV
- a case study, with contact details for a referee, for a similar commission
Please send applications to Sarah McManus by 16 July 2018 at email@example.com Interviews will be held at A Way Out in Stockton on Tees week commencing the 23 July 2018. Should you wish to discuss this role and remit further please contact Sarah McManus, CEO at A Way Out on 01642 655071
For further information follow the link to the Monitoring & Evaluation brief Monitoring and Evaluation Brief Final FV2 June 18
Specialist Project Worker: We are seeking to recruit a dynamic and experienced person to the role of Blossom Project Specialist Worker. This role is a new addition to our Blossom Service and aims to reach young women aged 16 – 25 with disabilities / difficulties including; physical disabilities, learning disabilities, sensory impairment and/or other health needs. A Way Out understands that people with disabilities/difficulties may experience a variety of challenges which could negatively impact their future development. In addition, we understand that individuals with disabilities are more likely to be at risk of abuse and exploitation by virtue of their additional vulnerabilities. Our aim is to change this through using an inclusive approach, passion and determination to ultimately deliver services that directly improve the everyday opportunities for young women with disabilities/difficulties.
It is an Occupational Requirement that applications for this post are open to women only, as permitted under Schedule 9, Part 1, or the Equality Act 2010. Enhanced DBS checks will be required.
Please follow the links below for details of the job description, person specification and application form. Completed application forms should be forwarded to Anita Burke, General Manager, A Way Out, 1-2 Castlegate Quay, The Riverside, Stockton on Tees, TS18 1BZ, or via email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date for applications for this role is 13th July 2018.
We are also particularly in need of volunteers to support our Youth Service (particularly Thursdays) and Blossom Outreach. For more details please see our volunteering page https://www.awayout.co.uk/get-involved/volunteer/