Job Vacancy: Business Support Manager with SWAN Womens Centre (closing 12noon, Monday 9th November 2020)

SWAN Women’s Centre is seeking a highly skilled Business Support Manager (Monday-Friday, 28 hours per week) (Hours to be agreed but some evening work will be required)

Actual (gross) Salary £21,214.00 per annum (FTE £26,517.40). This role is currently funded until the end October 2021. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a DBS check

Swan Women’s Centre provides a diverse range of services for women. Our aim is to support women who are isolated or who experience anxiety, depression and/or other mental health issues. 

We are seeking an experienced Business Support Manager with excellent financial charity accounting skills as well as management and administrative experience. You will support a variety of functions within the charity (see J/D). You will be expected to manage the centre and a small team, as and when required.

Closing date for applications is Monday 9th November 2020 at 12 noon.
Interviews will take place on Thursday 19th November 2020

SWAN Women’s Centre is committed to equality of opportunity, we value diversity and encourage applications from under-represented groups.

BUT this is a women only position due to genuine occupational requirements.

You can download a job description and application pack from  or alternatively please email  or

Or ring us on 0151 933 3292 to request that an application pack is emailed or posted out to you.

Please note CV’s will not be considered.

Please email your completed application form to or post it to Karen Christie, Chief Executive, SWAN Women’s Centre, Former Litherland Library, Linacre Road, Litherland, Liverpool L21 6NH.Recruitment to the above posts will be conducted in accordance with SWAN’s Equality and Diversity policies and Safer Recruitment Practices

Swan Centre: Women’s Social & Therapeutic Allotment Project

The Swan Centre are offering women the opportunity for personal growth and confidence building through their ‘Social & Therapeutic Allotment Project’. And with research showing that green activities improve mental health in over 94% of people, the Swan centre are inviting Sefton women to attend every Wednesday morning over the next year to reap the full therapeutic benefits.

The project will allow women to meet others and make new friends in a relaxed therapeutic environment. They will benefit from improved physical and mental health, as well as learning new skills at their own pace.

Please click here to download a project flyer from The Swan Centre.

If you are require any further information, or you are interested in getting involved, please contact: Jane Payton on or 0151 933 3292