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- Career category:Programme/ Project design & management
- Job type:Job
- Experience level:Not specified
- Organisation type:Civil Society
- Remote option:Remote (local)
- Right to work requirements:Right to work required in advance
- Salary: $ 31200 / monthly
- Work schedule:Part-time/ Pro-rata
- Length of contract:Temporary/ Fixed-term
- Location:United Kingdom
- Provide increased support to migrant survivors in the UK, survivors of domestic abuse, survivors of familial abuse, survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse (CSA), survivors of technology-facilitated abuse, and survivors of financial abuse.
- Develop an alternative model of trauma support that can complement and alleviate the pressure on more traditional, frontline service providers.
- Provide comprehensive and holistic trauma support in additional multiple languages that remove more barriers to access for migrant survivors in the UK.
Responsibilities could include but are not limited to:
- Facilitating and coordinating survivor-facing projects.
- Using our trauma-informed design principles to create written, audio and video content for our projects.
- Recording and editing video and audio content.
- Translating and localising Bloom content for use on our platform and on social media.
- Using tech tools to support our no-code projects, including uploading new content onto our website.
- Community outreach to reach more migrant survivors in the UK.
- Facilitating online training sessions and workshops on topics related to our projects.
- Providing support to Bloom users via our 1-1 chat service.
- Supporting recruitment processes for project contractors and partners.
- Supporting the relationship management of project contractors and partners.
- Participating in user research sessions with survivors.
- Contributing to the strategic direction of Bloom and survivor-facing services.
- We’re looking for someone creative and imaginative, who has a commitment to gender-based violence work and enjoys working with and fostering a sense of community through online services.
- This role will be a vital part of our Survivor Services team, working with our Survivor Services Lead to deliver on our commitments to our funders and partners and meet our strategic goals.
- You will have experience in supporting survivors, mental health work, or community outreach.
- We’re looking for somebody who is excellent at scheduling, managing timelines, and working to deadlines.
- It’s important that all team members have an understanding of intersectionality and systems of oppression and an affinity with Chayn’s aims and organisational values which can be found here.
- The successful candidate must be bilingual. Native-level fluency in English is required, as well as in at least one of the following languages:
- Experience working with migrant communities in the UK.
- Experience facilitating online training sessions and workshops covering topics around gender-based violence.
- You must be based in the UK due to the funding for this role.
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