One Family One Team

A Career at Aoibhneas

We are an ambitious team of more than 30 people from a variety of different disciplines that provide a multidisciplinary range of practical, emotional and therapeutic supports for women and children impacted by domestic abuse.

We recognise that our Employees are the key to our success and the skills and knowledge developed in their employment plays a key role in the achievement of our mission, vision and values. We invest in our Team and Employees learning so that everyone can have a positive experience, develop their career and gain lifelong skills.

We are currently seeking motivated and passionate individual to join our team in the following role.

Social Care Team Leader – Refuge

Community & Outreach Worker (x 2)

For more information or to apply directly please email [email protected]

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Volunteer at Aoibhneas

At Aoibhneas we operate a volunteer programme that supports us in our mission to promote safety, recovery and healing recovery for women and children living with Domestic Abuse.

All our volunteers join a professional multidisciplinary team that supports a wide-ranging delivery of specialist interventions to women and child victims and survivors of domestic abuse. Through volunteer engagement we promote increased visibility in the following areas;

• Helpline
• Holistic and Therapeutic Interventions
• Social Media

In addition, we have Volunteer Helpers who provide practice support with food hampers, clothes packing and gift wrapping to assist donations reaching families around seasonal celebrations like Christmas as well as special celebrations like Birthdays, Mother’s Day, Confirmations, Communions.

Aoibhneas is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors, made up of experienced and driven people in the fields of Human Resources, Leadership and Management, Finance, Communications, Social Work, Community Development, Legal, Engineering.

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The impact YOU make....

Emma Reidy, CEO, and Nickie Fowler, Board Director take part in the We Volunteer, We Act Campaign which recognises the role volunteers play and the imprint their contribution make.