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Take a look at the job roles available at A Way Out

Adult Project Worker - Part Time - Closing Date 5 January 2024

A Way Out are seeking to recruit an Adult Project Worker to join out Liberty Team.  You will be an integral part of our Horizon adult service team, working collaboratively to achieve defined project outcomes. Working across the Tees Valley, your role will involve providing essential support to women who have experienced abuse, harm, or exploitation, focusing on their holistic well-being and facilitating their journey towards empowerment and recovery. You will be responsible for conducting initial assessments, developing interventions, case management, outreach activities, and ensuring the safety and well-being of service users. Additionally, you will actively engage with local organisations and contribute to multi-agency support efforts.

Please note that this role is open to female applicants only, as permitted under Schedule 9, Part 1, of the Equality Act 2010.

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Unity Service Manager - Maternity Cover - Closing Date 15 December 2023

A Way Out (AWO) is seeking a dedicated and experienced Service Manager to cover a 12-month maternity leave period in our young people’s Blossom Project. As a Service Manager, you will play a pivotal role in managing and coordinating outreach, engagement, and support services within the AWO service area. This temporary position involves leading teams, developing projects, overseeing safeguarding measures, and fostering stakeholder relationships. The successful candidate will contribute to AWO's growth and development, ensuring the delivery of quality services through performance and quality monitoring with a focus on gender and trauma-informed approaches.

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A Way Out is currently looking for new trustees, in particular those with Legal, HR, Health, HR, Women's/Charity Sector, Fundraising, Academia and Digital experience to help us to continue in the next exciting stage in our development. As a new trustee, you would be joining a small team of existing Trustees to support our work in the Tees Valley area.

Your role would include providing input into our strategic direction, including our vision, aims and overarching strategy ensuring that the organisation functions within the legal and financial requirements of a registered charity.  As a Trustee you will also take responsibility for overseeing the management of the charity while concurrently delegating management to the Chief Executive Officer and the Senior Management Team.

We are looking for creative individuals with demonstrable leadership skills. We are particularly keen to hear from candidates with a range of experience and skills from across legal, health and HR sectors who are also supportive of the Christian ethos of the organisation.

Interested parties should contact for further information.





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