Volunteer with IKWRO
Here at IKWRO, our volunteers make an extremely valuable contribution towards the work that we do.
We support all of our volunteers with training and supervision, for them to learn new skills, gain experience and have a real impact on the communities we serve.
We are always welcoming new volunteers, both on a regular and casual basis. If you would like to apply for a volunteer position, please download and complete this form and email it to our Volunteer Coordinator at Manisha.Dewan@ikwro.org.uk
If you have any questions about volunteering, please send them to Manisha.Dewan@ikwro.org.uk
We currently have placement opportunities for Advance Diploma Trainees or Counselling Psychologist Trainees to provide counselling for our clients. All trainees will be offered clinical supervision and travel expenses will be reimbursed.
Training Placement Duties:
- Delivering psychological interventions to our clients
- Carrying out assessment
- Delivering one to one counselling
Requirements of Placement:
- Counselling psychologist Trainees or students from the Advance Diploma
- Enrolment on a recognised, accredited psychotherapy, psychology or counselling course
- A recognised trainee registration with a regulating body such as the BPS, BACP or UKCP
- Professional Indemnity Insurance (trainee status)
- A good practice knowledge of the BACP /HCPC/BPS ethical framework for counselling and psychotherapy
- An interest in trauma and/or domestic violence
- Currently has completed 150 hours
If you are interested please email us:
- A CV listing your professional and related experience
- Two satisfactory references
IKWRO Contact number: 02079206460
IKWRO Trustee recruitment
IKWRO is recruiting trustees on a rolling basis. We are currently accepting applications for potential high calibre trustees with several years of direct professional experience in one or more of the below fields:
- Charity/voluntary sector experience
- Advertising, marketing, PR and/or branding
- Website and/or graphic design and/or UX
- Fundraising for charities
- Employment Law
- Human Resources
In terms of time commitment: there is an annual AGM and the trustees have a board meeting every 6 weeks, usually on a weeknight at 6.00 pm for 2 hours in the City of London. The dates are set on an annual basis and the board endeavours to check the availability of trustees prior to setting the dates.
In between board meetings, the board have further sub-committee meetings also lasting 2 hours, on dates and times set by agreement and further work is carried out between meetings by individual board members working directly with employees of the charity to assist them in achieving their objectives.
This is an exciting opportunity to be on an all-women board of a charity which does important work to protect and promote the safety and rights of women from the Middle-East, Turkey, Afghanistan and North Africa.
As this is a small charity, the trustees have an important strategic and rewarding role in assisting the charity in achieving its objectives and therefore any new trustee should be prepared to commit several hours per month to assisting the charity.
If you have any questions about the role, please feel free to write Diana an email.