Work for BCWA

Working for BCWA is extremely rewarding. Our team works with drive and passion to change policy, practice and people’s lives. Each of our skilled staff places victims’ voices at the heart of all they do, whether they work in support, administration, management or fundraising.

BCWA also offers staff a range of opportunities to grow and flourish, through our training and development programmes.

Modern Slavery Advocate

Modern Slavery Service

Date posted: 23/09/20

Black Country Women’s Aid (BCWA) is looking for exceptional candidates to join our growing and successful organisation within our Modern Slavery Support Services Team.

Senior Modern Slavery Advocate

Modern Slavery Service

Date posted: 22/09/20

We are looking for exceptional candidates to join our growing and successful organisation within the Modern Slavery Team

Modern Day Slavery Research and Engagement Officer

Modern Slavery Service

Date posted: 18/09/20

We are looking for exceptional candidates to join our growing and successful organisation.

Apprentice Health and Wellbeing Worker

Staff

Date posted: 04/09/20

Black Country Women’s Aid are seeking an Adult Care Apprentice, to work as a Health and Wellbeing Worker. We are looking for a well-motivated, passionate and prepared individual to provide an abundance of support to victims of sexual violence and sexual abuse, offering one to one emotional and practical support.

Volunteers: community poster distribution

Volunteering

Date posted: 25/06/20

We are looking for volunteers who can provide a lifeline for victims of abuse in Sandwell by helping us get the word out about support services.

Fundraising volunteer: charity tin collection

Volunteering

Date posted: 25/06/20

We are looking for outgoing confident volunteers who enjoy mixing with new people to help our fundraising team by distributing collection tins.

Got some questions about working for us?

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Black Country Women's Aid Staff Stories

Cara Donald | Women’s Justice Services

I did my degree in Criminology & Social Policy and worked in social research before joining BCWA in 2015. I wanted to work for Women’s Aid as I think their work is vital to women & children’s safety. My first role was Community Champions Co-ordinator in Dudley and I then worked as DA Advocate in Sandwell. Now I’m a Female Offender Program Facilitator: an ideal combination of my interest in support work with my background in Criminology.

Rose Makilagi | Modern Slavery Support Services

Rose has been with BCWA since 2014, first as Senior support Worker and now as Service Manager in our BCWA’s Modern Slavery Support team, managing a team of 22 staff. Rose has a law degree that covered Asylum and Immigration law and has over 8 years’ experience providing advice and support to vulnerable adults and children with immigration and complex asylum support issues.

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