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Training Co-ordinator – Violence against Women and Girls

OrganisationThe Magdalene Group
WebsiteVisit organisation website
Salary£26,000 - £27,500 per annum fte.
HoursMinimum 30 hours per week, up to 37.5 hours per week.  This new role could include occasional evening and weekend work.
Date posted29 January 2024
Closing date25 February 2024

Training Co-ordinator – Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG)

The Magdalene Group is a well-respected, award-winning, innovative women-only organisation, established in 1994, providing trauma- and gender-informed services with the violence against women and girls (VAWG) agenda at the heart of all that we do.

The Jigsaw Programme is a training and education project within the organisation, with an excellent track record of delivery to children, young people and professionals across Norfolk.

We are looking for someone with a comprehensive understanding of the VAWG agenda to develop working relationships and partnerships across different sectors, to maximise opportunities for growth, development and income-generation to bring about sustainability for the programme.

An exciting part of this role is :

  • To develop and implement of a range of accredited sexual violence training, assessment and evaluation packages for professionals across various sectors.
  • To deliver and embed training within night time economy businesses (NTE) : to include topics of misogyny, risks to women and girls at night, impact of sexual violence, harassment and abuse, consent and boundaries and bystander training.
  • To establish a comprehensive data collection system to measure the success and progress of the project as well as incorporating service-user feedback into reviews of the programme.
  • To be responsible for staff delivering the Jigsaw Programme

Organisational benefits include: Workplace pension contribution 5%, death-in-service benefit, generous leave, employee eye-care scheme, support through a 24/7 confidential employee assistance programme, hybrid working, cycle-to-work scheme, organisation-wide away days, career development pathways, training and wellbeing initiatives.

This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

How to apply

Application packs available at or download from below.

Recruitment of Ex-offenders and Equal Opportunities policies available.

If you require further information, please telephone the office on 01603 610256.

Please return completed application forms to or post to 61 King Street, Norwich, NR1 1PH.

Closing date for applications : 5 p.m. Sunday 25th February, 2024

Interviews will take place : Tuesday 27th & Wednesday 28th February, 2024.