We’re one of the oldest women’s centres in the country and continue to adapt our services to meet the needs of women today.
I’ve absolutely loved working at the Women’s Centre and feel very grateful that I had the opportunity to spend time in our historic building and within our caring community of women.NWC staff member
It’s an exciting place to work and you get to work with some amazing people. The fact that everyone wants to do their best to support and empower women is very motivating.NWC staff member
It’s liberating to work somewhere with strong valuesNWC staff member
An organisation that cares about women, both service users and staff.NWC staff member
If we have any current vacancies, they will appear below. If you do not see an open position that is suitable for you at the moment, we also occasionally post freelance positions as well as current volunteer roles on our social media accounts. Make sure you’re following us (the links are in our website footer) to stay up-to-date.
We’re an autistic-friendly organisation and will do all we can to make the interviewing process as easy as possible. Please let us know if there are any reasonable adjustments we can make during your interview. These might include: lighting adjustments, monitoring noise levels in the interview room, rephrasing questions to make them less abstract and lots of other things. Just let us know what you need!
About working at NWC
To work at Nottingham Women’s Centre you will need to support our values which include being feminist, inclusive, responsive and person-centred. It is an occupational requirement that applications are open to self-identifying women only, as permitted under schedule 9 part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
“How much are you currently earning?” is a sentence which disproportionately contributes to maintaining and perpetuating the gender pay gap which is currently 15.5% in the UK, and it also disproportionally impacts people of colour.
A study in the USA found that in states where a ban on asking the question was implemented, there were pay increases for job changers of about 5% for all workers, 8% for female workers and 13% for Black workers.