Location: Redhill, Surrey
Hours: 35 per week
Salary: £15,215 per annum for 35-hour week (£8.36 an hour)
Planned start date: 11 July 2022
Fixed term contract for 18 months, with the possibility to extend to a permanent job once training is completed
Because of the nature of this post, it is only open to female applicants and is exempt under Schedule 9 Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010 and is subject to Section 7(2) of the Sex Discrimination Act (Women Only).
This is an apprenticeship post and 20% of working hours (i.e. 7 hours out of the 35 hours a week) will be spent training towards a Level 3 Fundraising Apprenticeship qualification and you will be paid for this time spent training for the apprenticeship.
Working within an innovative specialist domestic abuse service and working in partnership with the Chief Executive Officer and the Finance Manager you will help ensure survivors have access to our life saving services. You will learn how to support the generation of funds from charitable trusts, statutory bodies, corporates, other donors and fundraising events towards ESDAS’ core costs, existing projects and future developments. You will assist in organising donor meetings, events and deliver talks and presentations to local community groups and organisations and represent ESDAS at functions when required. You will undertake the administration surrounding all donations, including the acknowledgement and recording of all donations on Excel and sending of thank you letters
To apply for this role, please carefully read the full job description on our website: https://www.esdas.org.uk/_files/ugd/b00cf9_07523270df384a849c28375ed57ccba7.pdf
Then, submit a CV and a covering letter explaining why you feel you would be a great fit for this role with us, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The closing date for applications is noon on 15th June 2022.
Initial interviews will be held end of June / beginning of July.
How to apply
Submit a CV and a covering letter explaining why you feel you would be a great fit for this role with us, by email to email@example.com .
Application deadline: 15 June 2022
Web link: https://esdas.org.uk
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone number: 01737 771350
More about ESDAS
"ESDAS was established in 1993 and began delivering services in East Surrey in 1998. Our purpose has always been the relief of hardship, need and distress of those who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse including any associated children. We are proud to have developed one of the first community (non-refuge based) Outreach services in the country which to this day operates on a needs-led survivor focused basis and continues to be a model of replication and best practice both locally and nationally. Our Outreach Services provide advice, advocacy, information and support on a range of issues including criminal and civil law, benefits, debt, housing, safeguarding, risk and safety planning as well as empowering survivors to take control of their own futures. We aim to provide holistic services to avoid survivors and their children being re-traumatised by repeating their experiences to multiple professionals. Our associated services include Independent Domestic Violence Advisors (IDVA) at Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARAC) and Surrey's Specialist Domestic Abuse Court (SDAC). Our holistic programme of group work included an informal Drop-In Support Group, the Freedom Programme and Recovery Toolkit as well as Self-Esteem and Parenting Workshops. Our Counselling service is tailored to meet the needs of survivors who feel unable to access talking therapies through usual means through fear, long waiting lists or lack of funds. Our Volunteering Project is aimed at harnessing the skills and experiences of survivors of domestic abuse to help others recover from abuse and reintegrate into their local community. Our services for children and young people include 1 to 1 work, group work, Play Therapy and expert consultancy to professionals in particular Children's Social Care. In 2005 we were awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service in the Community which is the highest award granted to voluntary organisations. More recently ESDAS as the Lead Provider of four local Domestic abuse charities in Surrey was chosen as one of three national pilot areas for the Women's Aids Change that Lasts project. Change that Lasts aims to transform responses to DA, ensure that survivors and children are provided with the right help at the earliest opportunity and have access to specialist Domestic abuse services like ours. Our proudest achievement however is ensuring that survivors of Domestic abuse and their children remain central to the services we offer and that they have a voice locally so their experiences inform future services."