Leeway - Domestic Violence and Abuse Services

For free confidential advice 24-hour domestic abuse helpline 0300 561 0077 Email referrals@leewaynwa.org.uk If you are in immediate danger call 999

Jobs

We are regularly looking for talented individuals to join the Leeway team. Due to an increase in the level of service we are able to provide, we are currently recruiting for the following roles.

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Duty IDVA (Independent Domestic Violence Advisor) - Norwich Based

  • 37 Hours per week
  • Salary: £17,850

Job Purpose: To provide an effective, safe, supportive and confidential service for adults assessed as high risk, experiencing domestic abuse, to help them engage safely in criminal justice proceedings and Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs) as part of Leeway’s IDVA team.

Job Requirements: Relevant qualification and/or experience of phone line work with vulnerable people for a statutory or voluntary agency.

Full Driving Licence, business insurance, and the ability to travel throughout Norfolk is essential.

  • Closing date 28th May 2018
Leeway promotes equal opportunities. Affiliated to Women's Aid Disability Confident Employer Investors in People

Request Your Application Pack

For an application pack, please fill out the form above, or alternatively you can either email admin@leewaynwa.org.uk or phone: 07748972819 (voice mail), stating clearly your name, address and contact number/e-mail address.
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Positive Behaviour Youth Support Worker

  • 37 Hours per week
  • Fixed term contract until 31st March 2019
  • Salary: £19,375

Job Purpose: Supporting young people who have witnessed or experienced domestic abuse in the home. To develop support and safety packages with young people who are displaying controlling and abusive behaviour towards their parents or carer’s. To support the young person to understand the impact of the abuse has on their current behaviour and to identify better outcomes for them.

Job Requirements: Relevant youth work qualification and experience of working with young people individually and in a group setting. Experience of working for a statutory or voluntary agency.

Driving Licence, business insurance and the ability to travel throughout Norfolk is essential.

  • Closing date 5pm 28th May 2018
Leeway promotes equal opportunities. Affiliated to Women's Aid Disability Confident Employer Investors in People

Request Your Application Pack

For an application pack, please fill out the form above, or alternatively you can either email admin@leewaynwa.org.uk or phone: 07748972819 (voice mail), stating clearly your name, address and contact number/e-mail address.
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Data Officer

  • 37 Hours per week
  • Salary: £24,475

Job Purpose: To be responsible for developing & maintaining efficient effective data collection, monitoring and reporting. To oversee & manage all data collection, storage and management systems, ensuring that Leeway comply with Data Protection legislation & Leeway policy.

Responsible for archiving & destroying data as appropriate. To monitor data & analyse trends & to monitor performance of services & interpret data into reports, to advise senior management decisions. Perform service user & stakeholder consultation surveys to identify gaps in service provision. Be responsible for handling any data access requests. To adhere to, review and implement all Leeway’s departmental policies & procedures.

Job Requirements: Relevant qualifications and/or experience of recording, monitoring & analysing data. Good understanding of data quality controls & processes. Strong IT skills. Flexibility and commitment to the cause of the charity. Good communication & interpersonal skills.

Driving license and the ability to travel throughout Norfolk and Suffolk are essential.

  • Closing date 5pm 4th June 2018
Leeway promotes equal opportunities. Affiliated to Women's Aid Disability Confident Employer Investors in People

Request Your Application Pack

For an application pack, please fill out the form above, or alternatively you can either email admin@leewaynwa.org.uk or phone: 07748972819 (voice mail), stating clearly your name, address and contact number/e-mail address.

Volunteer

Volunteers play an important role in the development of Leeway and their work allows us to strengthen our voice and support more people experiencing domestic abuse. With no time commitment required for some of our roles and a busy calendar of events, we always have opportunities which you may be able to help us with across Norfolk and Waveney.

Some Ways You Could Help Leeway


Admin and Office
Work


Raising valuable funds for the charity


Planning or attending events


Helping with our Social Media and Marketing


Raising the Profile of Leeway as an Ambassador


Working with
Women and Children in our Safe Houses


Supporting our Community Based Services


Collating and Distributing Donations and Gifts

Volunteer Resources

View Current Volunteering Roles

View our current volunteer roles before requesting an application form

Volunteer Application Form

Apply to become a volunteer by downloading our application form

Volunteer Recruitment Process

Find out more about volunteering and the recruitment process

More Information

For more information or to speak to someone in our volunteering department pelase contact us on 0300 561 0077 or email volunteer@leewaynwa.org.uk

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    Hear From Our Volunteers

    “I firmly believe that spreading awareness about domestic abuse is vitally important. I want as many people as possible to learn about Leeway and its wonderful services, so they know that they are not alone and help is available, should they need it. I’d like to think that there is a tiny drop of my own contribution in the big battle with ending domestic abuse.”

    Alena
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    Hear From Our Volunteers

    “A worthy cause that does an excellent job and is worth supporting.”

    Peter
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    Hear From Our Volunteers

    “I had to flee from domestic violence with my children so I have some insight into the life of other woman and children who live in the refuge. I volunteer with Leeway because I wanted to give something back. I felt welcomed into Leeway from day one and I can honestly say I have got more back than I have ever given. Seeing the pleasure on children's faces at play groups and seeing mothers being able to enjoy family life again in a safe place is priceless. I feel proud to be part of that and to be part of the Leeway family.”

    Jessie

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