Swansea Womens Aid logoSwansea Women’s Aid offers dynamic, innovative services to women and children experiencing domestic abuse.

1 x 35 hour DAISE Support Worker             

  • Annual salary: £21,659
  • Temporary post to 31st January 2022
  • Location - Swansea

Key areas of responsibility:

  • To provide 1 to 1 sessions, drop-ins and group work at the Swansea Domestic Abuse One Stop Shop, the SWA office and within the community.
  • To assist and facilitate women using the service to make informed decisions and positive changes to their lives, to minimise risk of homelessness and enhance their future.
  • To use the self-help principle to encourage independence and empower women using the service to succeed on all levels.

All SWA Workers are expected to participate in the 24-hour on call provision on a rota basis.

For more information about this role please refer to the application pack and further literature available by clicking here or email [email protected]

This vacancy will close as soon as a suitable candidate is found.

Start date: ASAP

SWA value diversity and are committed to promoting equality. They encourage applications from women from all backgrounds and communities –  Black, Asian, LGTBQ+ or other ethnic minority backgrounds and people with a disability.

They particularly welcome applications from Welsh speaking candidates.                        

Under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1, this is a woman only post.


1 x 28 hour DAISE Support Worker             

  • Annual salary: £17,326
  • Temporary post to 31st January 2022
  • Location - Swansea

Key areas of responsibility:

  • To provide 1 to 1 sessions, drop-ins and group work at the Swansea Domestic Abuse One Stop Shop, the SWA office and within the community.
  • To assist and facilitate women using the service to make informed decisions and positive changes to their lives, to minimise risk of homelessness and enhance their future.
  • To use the self-help principle to encourage independence and empower women using the service to succeed on all levels.

All SWA Workers are expected to participate in the 24-hour on call provision on a rota basis.

For more information about this role please refer to the application pack and further literature available by clicking here or email [email protected]

This vacancy will close as soon as a suitable candidate is found.

Start date: ASAP

SWA value diversity and are committed to promoting equality. They encourage applications from women from all backgrounds and communities –  Black, Asian, LGTBQ+ or other ethnic minority backgrounds and people with a disability.

They particularly welcome applications from Welsh speaking candidates.                        

Under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1, this is a woman only post


Children & Young People's Service (CHYPS) - 1 x 35 hour CHYPS Community Support Worker (Temp)

  • Annual salary: £21,659
  • Location - Swansea
  • Temporary Post to 31st January 2022

Key areas of responsibility:

  • To provide 1 to 1 sessions and group work, identifying and responding to the specific emotional and practical needs of children and young people who have experience of domestic abuse, past or present.
  • To use the principle of self-help to increase children and young people’s safety and enable self - confidence and emotional wellbeing.
  • To deliver S.T.A.R programmes to address the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people and raise awareness of healthy relationships.

All SWA Workers are expected to participate in the 24-hour on call provision on a rota basis.

For more information about this role please refer to the application pack and further literature available by clicking here or email [email protected]

The application process will close as soon as a suitable candidate is found.

Start date: ASAP

SWA value diversity and are committed to promoting equality. They encourage applications from women from all backgrounds and communities –  Black, Asian, LGTBQ+ or other ethnic minority backgrounds and people with a disability.

They particularly welcome applications from Welsh speaking candidates.                        

Under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1, these are women only posts.


1 x 35-hour Support Worker      

  • Annual salary: £21,659.82 pro rata
  • This is a temporary post, to 31st January 2022

Swansea Women’s Aid offers dynamic, innovative services to women and children experiencing violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence (VAWDASV).

They are looking for a dedicated support worker who has experience of working with vulnerable people for a minimum of 2 years.

The key areas of responsibility are:

  • To provide intensive support through the SWA Support Planning and Risk Management framework to residents of SWA’s Supported Housing premises
  • To participate in the administrative running of the service
  • To take part in housing management tasks as required

For more information about this role please refer to the application pack and further literature available by clicking here or email [email protected]

This advert will close once a suitable applicant is found.

Start date: ASAP.

Under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1, this is a women only post.