Job Opportunity: Senior Therapist

Exciting opportunity to join our counselling team in supporting women as part of the Renew Counselling Service at Nottingham Women’s Centre.                

Job Description

Job Title:        Senior Therapist

Hours:            27 Hours per week

Salary:            £24,415.74 pro rata

Reporting to: Therapeutic Services Manager

Contract:        Permanent

Job Purpose

The post holder will be responsible for delivering, and supporting others to deliver, one to one counselling and therapeutic group services as part of the RENEW+ project within Nottingham Women’s Centre. The post holder will be able to travel; delivering specialist women’s counselling services across Nottinghamshire City and County.

Download the full job description – senior therapist JD and PS Feb 2020 

Job Application Form: NWC application form

Please send applications to [email protected] by 12pm on 28th February.

Interview date 10th March


Focus group: Menopause and the Workplace

We want to hear about your experiences of menopause in the workplace. Join us for a supportive focus group at Nottingham Women’s Centre on Tuesday 28th Jan

Nottingham Women’s Centre wants to encourage workplaces to adopt menopause polices. To support this work we’re running a focus group to collect women’s experiences and ideas. The focus group will be a supportive and friendly environment to share experiences and learn from each other.

6pm – 8pm on Tuesday 28th January in Room 1. We will provide vegetarian soup, hot drinks and cake.

During the focus group our Representation and Policy officer will give some background information about menopause in the workplace and policies that have helped women work through the menopause, including Channel 4’s new Menopause Policy.

Please register your attendance via eventbrite:

Why is this important?

  • Wellbeing of Women survey (2016) reported that one in four women consider leaving their jobs because of menopausal symptoms.
  • TUC survey (2017) found that 88 per cent of women workers who had experienced the menopause felt it had an effect on working life and around 6 in 10 had witness the issue being treated as a joke in the workplace.

Accessibility information: this event is being held in a wheelchair accessible room.