Tel: 0191 454 6959

Email: info@whist.org.uk

Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Women’s Health in South Tyneside is a well-established, successful charitable organisation offering an integrated model of support services to women.

We are pleased to be advertising three opportunities to join our team of experienced and skilled staff.

Young Women’s Engagement Lead (Female)
35 hrs a week

This post will engage young women aged 16-25 years and co-produce services to improve their physical and mental health. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about women only spaces and creating opportunities for young women.

Women Thrive Project Lead (Female)

28 hours a week

This post will implement recommendations from WHiST’s successful Poverty Project. You will understand the impact of poverty on women’s physical and mental health and life chances. You will have experience in community development and be committed to bringing about change through community interventions and peer support.

Women’s Advocate (Female)

28 hours a week

Working alongside the Women Thrive Lead, this post will support women experiencing financial hardship, debt, housing issues and low income impacting on their mental health. You will support women to access support from partner organisations specialising in these fields as well as WHiST services developed by the Women Thrive project. You will be committed to increasing women’s financial resilience and creating opportunities for change.

Benefits include

A supportive staff team with shared values

Generous employer pension contributions

Sick pay

Generous holiday allowance

Flexible working conditions

We are keen to hear from women from diverse backgrounds. If you would like an informal chat about any of the posts, please contact Corinne@whist.org.uk

Application pack and salary details available from 25/10/21, contact

 info@whist.org.uk
Telephone 0191 4546959

Closing date 12th November at 5pm.
Interviews on 19th, 23rd, 24th November


Female applicants only, exempt under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1.