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WMWomensAid When we saw our helpline calls drop by a third at the beginning of the first national lockdown we launched our Live… https://t.co/AG71rv5HyY
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WMWomensAid On tonight’s @BBCNews Midlands Today our CEO Sue and domestic abuse survivors Kate and Catherine were invited to di… https://t.co/VuJfz45QyG
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WMWomensAid New codeword scheme “Ask for Ani” launched by government to help those experiencing domestic abuse. https://t.co/cWwUTQ6bzA
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WMWomensAid Staying safe during lockdown - Download a personal safety app such as The Hollie Guard app or Brightsky. These feat… https://t.co/bNaOznZb7X
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WMWomensAid RT @WestMerciaPCC: If you are at risk please don't suffer. Despite the #lockdown you can still leave home if you are at risk of, or exper…
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Today we have the following Refuge vacancies:

 

West Mercia Women’s Aid is committed to creating a skilled and innovative staff team who work to improve the lives of women and children affected by domestic violence.

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Please note:
  • Under the Care Standards Act 2000, people appointed to posts within WMWA must apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau. Successful applications will be advised on how to apply for disclosure.
  • Due to the nature of our work, section 7(2) of the Sex Discrimination Act applies. Therefore applications from female candidates only will be considered, unless stated otherwise. 
  • WMWA is committed to Equal Opportunities and we positively welcome applications from women, regardless of their racial, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability, age, sexuality or responsibility for dependants.