Work with us

Abianda is an innovative, equalities focused organisation, with passionate and committed staff. 

 

We are a team of 18 women with practitioners delivering services for young women across London. We also offer paid opportunities for young women to develop sector skills and improve employment prospects and opportunities.

We are currently recruiting for:

Please read below for more details on the role.

  • Can you respectfully work shoulder-to-shoulder with young women who have complex needs and experience of trauma and violence against women and girls?

  • Have you got what it takes to go the extra mile for young women and hold hope that life for them can be different?

  • Are you experienced in responding to safeguarding issues?

If this is you, then we'd love to hear from you.

Abianda is an award-winning social enterprise that works with young women and girls affected by gangs and county lines so they can be free from harm and abuse. 

We are seeking an experienced practitioner, with working knowledge of local authority child protection procedures and contextual safeguarding, to join our Rescue & Response team working with young women and girls aged up to 25 using Abianda’s unique model of practice. You will deliver one-to-one sessions in the London area, with the possibility of some work just outside of London.

Abianda is an innovative, equalities focused organisation, with passionate and committed staff. You will be part of a dedicated team of practitioners with regular support and clinical supervision. There will also be opportunities to deliver training to professionals and attend public speaking events for which there will be additional remuneration.

​If you'd like to read more about the role, please download the role description.

Salary is £28,560 PA, plus contribution to a pension and 28 days annual leave (excluding bank holidays). This is a full-time fixed-term contract until 31 March 2023. However, we hope to be able to extend this once further funding is secured.

To apply please send your CV and a cover letter to hello [at] abianda.com by 11.59pm Sunday 13th February. Your cover letter should include why you want to work for Abianda and how you meet the criteria in the person specification. If you prefer, you could send us a recording or video (max. 5 mins) instead of a cover letter. Please also download and complete our equal opportunities form (although this is optional).

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role and Abianda before applying, please feel free to email hello [at] abianda.com.

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 1 or Wednesday 2 March 2022.

  • Are you a skilled fundraiser who wants to support young women experiencing extreme exploitation
    and risk? If so, we’d love to hear from you.

We are looking for someone with proven experience in writing funding bids across a variety of income streams and
maintaining stakeholder relationships to cover the key responsibilities of a member of staff going on maternity leave in
March. You will have strong communication skills and a breadth of expertise across grants, trusts and public sector
contracts. This role reports directly to the CEO.

Abianda is a not-for-profit social enterprise that works with young women and girls affected by gangs and county lines so they can be free from harm and abuse. We are a growing team of about 16 staff and are seeking an enthusiastic individual with experience in a range of fundraising and commercial activities to lead our income generation team. 

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who wants social change for young women at risk of exploitation and can
work independently on raising funds and developing fundraising ideas. Our training delivery income stream is led by our
Sales Officer, who you will line-manage.

Salary is £33,660 PA, plus contribution to a pension and 28 days holiday a year.

​This is a full-time role on a fixed-term contract of 12 months. We can offer flexible working to suit your personal
circumstances. We understand the importance of investing in staff and offer many opportunities for training and personal
development.

​If you'd like to read more about the role, please download the role description.

To apply please send your CV and cover letter detailing how you meet the person specification to sam@abianda.com. Please also download and complete our equal opportunities form (although this is optional).

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role and Abianda before applying, please feel free to email sam@abianda.com.

 

We will review applications as and when they are received. 

Please note 

  • Abianda is a women’s only employer, and as such this position is exempt under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010. 

  • We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities, Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, LGBTQ+ and from different socio-economic and educational backgrounds.

  • We welcome applications from people from all walks of life, including those who may have had exposure to similar experiences that young women across London are facing.