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Hopscotch AWC provides support services for Asian women and their families on a wide range of issues including domestic violence, employment, housing and welfare benefits. We raise awareness of important issues among local Asian communities, enhance opportunity and influence mainstream policy and practice.

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Carers

We are currently recruiting carers for our Homecare service. For more information, please contact Ruksana Begum on 020 7388 8198 or recruitment.homecare@hopscotchawc.org.uk. You can also come to our office and collect an application pack.

Job descriptionHomecare Worker JD PS 2015

Application formHCW Application Form

Employment Advisor (BBO)

Hopscotch is currently recruiting for an Employment Advisor for an exciting  Big Lottery and ESF funded employment project  working with disadvantaged BAME women  who face multiple barriers to work.

We are looking for an experienced and proactive Employment Advisor to work on the Women at the centre project delivering employment support and training to disadvantaged BAME women across various community locations in six London Boroughs in Central London.

The closing date for all applications is 23 November at midnight.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Isabelle Terrisson, Senior Operations Manager or Sachna Ali, Project Manager. For all other details and an application pack  you can also contact Ruksana Begum, HR Administrator on 020 7388 8198 or recruitment@hopscotchawc.org.uk. Please do not send CVs as they will not be considered.

Job description:   BBO Employment Advisor JD PS

Application form:  BBO Application form

BAMER Specialist Advocate

Hopscotch Asian Women’s Centre is delighted to be a partner organisation in this innovative cross-borough project, funded by the Department of Communities and Local Government. We are looking for experienced, dynamic BAMER Specialist Advocate (preferably Bengali/Sylheti speaking) to join our team with a specific remit to reach and support women facing multiple disadvantage and create awareness of issues that affect BAMER women facing multiple and severe disadvantage. You will be expected to work intensively with service users as part of a multidisciplinary team, collaborating extensively with external agencies.

You will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the intersection between severe and multiple disadvantage and VAWG, a strong understanding of how this can make it difficult for women to engage with support and an ability to reflect on your own practice. You will have worked with people experiencing various aspects of severe and multiple disadvantage: homelessness, substance use, mental health issues, insecure immigration status, prostitution, offending history and children taken into care.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Nezahat Cihan, Director on 020 7388 8198. For all other details and an application pack  you can also contact Ruksana Begum, HR Administrator on 020 7388 8198 or recruitment@hopscotchawc.org.uk. Please do not send CVs as they will not be considered.

Job description: Specialist Advocate JD PS

Application form: Application form

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