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Vale Domestic Abuse Services colleagues are a group of dedicated professionals with a passion for supporting all those subjected to any form of Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence. Their dedication, values and hard work makes a difference to hundreds of families each year.
You don’t always need direct experience for many of our roles as we provide excellent training for everyone who joins. We are looking for people who share our values.
Why work for Vale Domestic Abuse Services?
“We are appreciated for the work we do and how hard we work. This in turn drives us to offer the best service to the people who access our projects, to keep them safe from harm, to show them there are options and they don’t have to live in a dangerous or harmful environment.”
“I have been able to integrate into a new team positively and have made lots of new work colleagues effortlessly. I have taken on new challenges with encouragement from management that I may not have necessarily felt confident to do so in previous roles nor had that backing and reassurance, so its helped me change the way I feel about myself and my abilities”
“I would say to those considering a career in domestic abuse that it is one of the most challenging but rewarding jobs you can imagine! No two days are the same and you have to be prepared to be flexible, innovative, understanding and not afraid to challenge.”
“Working with Vale DAS I learnt I can make a difference to peoples’ lives and we as an organisation working together can make an even bigger difference to support and empower women.”
Our current vacancies are listed on Citrus HR. Please click the links below for more information and to apply (opens in a new window).
Business Development Manager
We are looking for a dynamic individual who supports our values and is flexible, knowledgeable and prepared to turn their hand to a myriad of activities. The purpose of this role is to support our Chief Executive to raise the profile of the charity and to identify and secure new sources of funding for the charity, cultivating and stewarding a varied range of relationships and income streams.
Independent Police Perpetrated VAWDASV Advocate (IPPVA)
Vale Domestic Abuse Services and Cyfannol are excited to be working in partnership to support victim-survivors of police perpetrated violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence in the Gwent & South Wales region.
TABW is an exciting new service, funded by the Police and Crime Commissioners in South Wales and Gwent, the aim of this Service is to provide a trauma informed, strengths based and needs led approach to meeting the needs of adults, children and young people who have experienced police perpetrated domestic abuse.
The Service will enable victims to access a high quality, independent, specialist service in a way that responds to their needs, choices, and circumstances. The Service will provide emotional and practical information & guidance, and support to help victims and their family to become and remain safe. The Service shall seek ways to support victims to make informed decisions and they will advocate with other professionals on their behalf.