Violence Against Women Jobs Overview
With the variety of job opportunities in the violence against women sector, OAITH is making those job opportunities available to our members, stakeholders and students looking for meaningful work. We aim to make available jobs in the sector that relate to violence against women, advocacy, social justice and equity focused work in Ontario. These kinds of jobs can be found in a variety of settings including:
- Women Shelters and Second Stage Housing Organizations
- Crisis Lines
- Community-Based Counselling Organizations
- Victim-Services Organizations
- Research Centres, Universities and Colleges
- Provincial Associations and Advocacy Groups
OAITH offers a range of training and resources through our training portal and library database to support your skill development and knowledge and learning on the issue of violence against women and social justice. To learn more about our online courses see our Training section and our Online Library.
What is "Decent Work"?
"Decent work means more than fair wages and benefits. It reflects a cultural shift that builds on the values that drive your work in your community. Decent workplaces are fair, stable and productive workplaces. Decent work means building a culture of equity and inclusion at work, and ensuring everyone’s voices are valued and heard. Decent work means acknowledging the highly gendered nature of the nonprofit sector’s workforce – and developing solutions that address women’s particular interests and concerns" (Ontario Non Profit Network).
Access the Ontario Non Profit Nework's Decent Work Toolkit here.
Learn more about Decent Work for non profits in Ontario.