Jobs at BWSS

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BWSS is a feminist ending violence organization with an entrepreneurial spirit on a mission to end gender-based violence. For over 40 years we’ve walked alongside cis and trans women, femmes, and transfeminine survivors providing advocacy, amplifying resilience and resistance, and we’re just getting started. We are committed to doing the work and putting survivors at the centre. A mission like ours needs a perspective like yours, that’s what makes us stronger.

BWSS is known for its inclusionary hiring practices. We offer the opportunity to work within an accomplished team making a difference every day on the frontline and beyond.

The following positions are currently available:  

Women’s Support Worker

As the Women’s Support Worker at BWSS, you will undertake a broad mandate that includes social change, to address gender inequalities, through providing feminist decolonizing, intersectional based support services for survivors of domestic violence and gender-based violence.

You will provide feminist-based crisis intervention, emotional support, accompaniment, and legal and systems- based information, safety planning, advocacy, and referrals to girls, femmes, transfeminine and women survivors of violence in intimate relationships, sexual violence and/or criminal harassment. You will use your knowledge and skills to support women, girls, and femmes from various cultural communities, providing crisis support services with a wide array of emotional and practical work.

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Indigenous Women’s Support Worker

As the Indigenous Women’s Support Worker at BWSS, you will undertake a broad mandate that includes social change, to address gender inequalities, through providing feminist decolonizing, intersectional based support services for survivors of domestic violence and gender-based violence.

You will provide feminist-based crisis intervention, emotional support, accompaniment, and legal and systems- based information, safety planning, advocacy, and referrals to girls, femmes, transfeminine and women survivors of violence in intimate relationships, sexual violence and/or criminal harassment. You will use your knowledge and skills to support Indigenous women, Black women, racialized women, and femmes from various communities, providing crisis support services with a wide array of emotional and practical work.

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On average, every 48 hours, a woman is killed in Canada by her intimate partner