Young Women’s Associate
Your role will be to deliver one-to-one sessions and advocacy support to young women affected by gangs and county line activity – you will engage 24 young women per year.
You will work with high risk, high vulnerability young women using Abianda’s unique model of practice. You will work alongside Abianda Young Trainers to deliver training to professionals on an ad-hoc basis, disseminating practice knowledge and experience to a national audience.
Details of the role
- Full-time fixed term contract
- Based in Canonbury N1. This role involves with significant travel across London to deliver one-to-one sessions, and on occasion travel outside the city.
How to apply
To read more about the role, please follow this link.
- Please download an application form here and complete as fully as you can detailing how you meet the responsibilities and requirements of the role
- Please download, read and sign Abianda’s privacy statement for employees, workers and contractors
- Please download and complete Abianda’s Equal Opportunities Form – this is optional and will play no part in our assessment of your application.
- Return your completed application form and signed privacy statement to email@example.com by 23.59 on 04.09.2019
- Abianda is a women’s only employer, and as such this position is exempt under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or other protected characteristics.
- We are particularly interested in applicants from BAME groups for this role to support the growth of a diverse and inclusive team at Abianda.
- We welcome applications from people from all walks of life, including those who may have had exposure to similar experiences that young women across London are facing.
- Applications that are submitted without a signed privacy statement will not be considered.
- We will not consider CVs. Please do not submit these with, or in place of, an application form.
Sales and Income Generation Associate
We’re looking for someone to grow the well-established training arm of Abianda, securing commissions from customers across the country, including local authorities, statutory bodies and third-sector organisations. You will manage our training contracts and ensure the efficient delivery and administration of these.
All of our training programmes are co-delivered by former service users. Through our training we aim to bring about a culture shift in the way services are delivered to gang-affected young women. As well as having strong commercial and sales skills, you will also have compassion and care for the young women we work with.
Excitingly, this role also offers you the opportunity to innovate new products to grow our commercial activity and income. This might include marketing our consultation services to support boroughs to gender mainstream their gangs prevention work, running a gala evening, developing a portable nail bar run by former service users, or setting up a monetised netball league!
You will have significant autonomy to propose and establish a new successful income generation stream with support from the Founder/CEO and the Board of Directors.
Details of the role
- Three days a week, £40,000 pro rata or consultancy contract
- From November 2019 on a one-year fixed term contract (maternity cover)
- Based in Canonbury, London N1
How to apply
- To find out more about the role, please follow this link.
- Send through an application to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why you are right for this role (two pages max) by 23:59 on Sunday 8 September.
- If you’d like to discuss the role before then, get in touch and we’ll set up a phone call.
- We’re planning to interview on Tuesday 17 September, and we’d like you to start in early November to allow for a handover with our Commercial and Development Leader.