Vacancies and Volunteer Opportunities

Paid Roles

Finance and Monitoring Officer

Job Title: Finance and Monitoring Officer

Responsible to: Chief Executive Officer

Hours: 7.5 hours

Salary: £22,000 (pro rata) plus 8% pension contribution

Holidays: 6 weeks per annum pro rata

This post is open to women only, in accordance with the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.

Sheffield Women’s Counselling and Therapy Service provides free, specialist trauma therapy where women can address their experiences of abuse and trauma in a safe and dedicated environment. We offer an individualised approach and for some women it is the only service they are able to engage with. We are a registered charity with a 29 year history of providing therapy services for women in Sheffield.

The Finance and Monitoring Officer ensures we have a clear, current and accurate picture of our income and expenditure so that we can make good choices for the sustainability and health of the charity.  The Finance and Monitoring Officer also keeps track of our service delivery and impact to ensure we are offering the best possible service to women in Sheffield who have experienced abuse and trauma. This is a highly rewarding post and would be well suited to someone who is passionate about making a positive difference to women’s lives and able to prioritise a busy workload.

You will be based at our office in Upperthorpe (S6), with some requirement to work from our Abbeydale Rd Office (S7) or in the community. You will join our small, friendly and supportive team of staff, volunteers and an active board. We are a reflective, learning organisation and offer opportunities for continuing professional development to all team members.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Thursday 11 October.  Dates for interviews to be confirmed.

Applications and any enquiries about the role should be submitted to

Application documents:



SWCTS Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.doc

SWCTS Organisational Chart 2018 (1)

Volunteer roles:

  • A volunteer to support our Therapeutic Group Worker in delivering group work (closing date open ended)
  • Volunteer counsellors/therapists to deliver one-to-one therapy – ongoing – closing date open ended

See details, below, for all roles including how to apply.

A volunteer to support our Therapeutic Group Worker in delivering group work:

SWCTS_Volunteer GROUP worker_2018_role description

SWCTS_Volunteer GROUP worker_2018_personal specification

SWCTS_Volunteer GROUP worker_2018_application form


Any enquiries to our Head of Clinical Services, Shabina Ishaq – by email to  – or call the SWCTS office on 0114 275 2157.

We are also looking for female volunteer counsellors/therapists to deliver one-to-one therapy. You should be either in your final year of an accredited training course with some experience of working with trauma and abuse, or you may already be qualified and looking to gain specialist experience in complex trauma work, and increase your hours.

Ongoing/rolling recruitment If you are interested please contact our Head of Clinical Services, Shabina Ishaq – by email to – or call the SWCTS office on 0114 275 2157.

APRIL 2018_SWCTS individual volunteer recruitment_flyer_ONGOING

SWCTS volunteer individual therapist_role description_Oct 2017

SWCTS volunteer individual therapist_ person specification_Oct 2017

SWCTS volunteer individual therapist_application form_Oct 2017


SWCTS is committed to achieving equality of access to its services and employment. A female for this role is a determining occupational requirement and is exempt from discrimination under Equality Act 2010, Part 1, Schedule 9