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Cardiff - Welsh Women's Aid - Head of Finance and Business Development

Cambridgeshire - Refuge Worker


London - Community Engagement Coordinator


Trowbridge - Support Worker – Paloma Project


London - Administration Coordinator


London - Refuge Caseworker


Luton - Chairperson and Trustee(s)


Merseyside - Integrated Partner Service worker


London - IRIS Joint National Lead (Maternity Cover)


London - Independent Stalking Advocacy Caseworkers
 (x3)

Brighton & Hove - Fundraiser - Major Donors/Corporates


Birmingham - Service Lead

Swindon - Health Independent Domestic Violence Advocate

London (Camden) - Refuge Worker - Camden Domestic Abuse Services


North West - various roles

- IDVA 

- Polish speaking Outreach Worker 

- Young Persons Domestic Abuse Project Lead 

- Male Interventions Programme Manager 

- Child and Family Workers 

- Floating Support Workers 

London and South East - various roles:

- Essex based Refuge Services Manager

- IDVA 

- Refuge Worker 

- Essex and Hertfordshire based Floating Support Workers 

- Essex based ISVA 

- London based Office Manager 


 


 

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WELSH WOMEN'S AID 

Location Cardiff

Job Type Permanent

Category Finance , Senior Management

Sectors : Charity

Job Reference : Finance & Business Development Manager

Female* Head of Finance and Business Development

 

Permanent, 37.5 hours a week

Salary Scale - PO4 £35,766.35 - £38,517.45

Deadline: Thursday 15th January 2015

 

Welsh Women’s Aid

Welsh Women’s Aid is the lead national membership organisation in Wales working to prevent domestic and sexual abuse by supporting and providing a voice to local independent domestic abuse services, delivering the All Wales Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Helpline and providing training, capacity building and support services to improve the lives of survivors across Wales.

An exciting opportunity now exists to join and lead our expanding Finance & Business Development Team. As our Head of Finance and Business Development, you will work as part of the senior management team to deliver the organisation’s strategic plan, with a focus on financial management and business development. You will manage a small team and oversee our quality assurance and financial management systems, and further develop our capacity to diversify income. You will also have an important role to play in ensuring that the charity abides by the principals of good governance and meets its legal obligations. The role will also involve providing business development information to support our national membership of specialist services. You will be a qualified accountant or hold equivalent experience in financial and business management, preferably in the charity sector. With demonstrable leadership and management experience, you will be proactive and solution-focussed, an excellent communicator, have sound strategic, budgeting and project management skills, and be adept at maintaining productive working relationships.

Closing Date: 5pm Monday 19 January 2015.

Interviews: week of 26th January 2015 

 

* This post is open to women only and is exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1.

 

Benefits include 25 days holiday and a contributory 6% pension scheme after 6 months.

Welsh Women’s Aid is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check.

To apply for this role please complete our application form available to you from www.welshwomensaid.org.uk/joinus/national

 

 


REFUGE 

Refuge opened the world’s first refuge in 1971 and is now the country’s largest single provider of specialist domestic violence services. On any one day, around 2,000 women and children access Refuge’s services.  It also runs the Freephone 24-hour National Domestic Violence Helpline in partnership with Women’s Aid.

 

Refuge Worker REF: 144 RWC

37.5 hours per week

Permanent

c£17,000 per annum

Cambridgeshire

 

As refuge worker, you will be responsible for providing high quality practical and emotional support to survivors of domestic violence and their children living in our refuges. You will ensure the smooth running of the refuge, including the admission of survivors of domestic violence to the refuge. You will also assess and advise on their entitlement to welfare and housing benefits. You will develop support plans for each resident and aid them to obtain permanent accommodation.

The successful candidate will have evidence of strong casework management skills, good written and verbal communication, and an understanding of the importance of maintaining professional boundaries. Direct experience of providing support to women is essential as is a current understanding of legislation relating to domestic violence including civil/criminal legislation and welfare rights. The ability to work as part of an on-call rota is also essential. 

 

Benefits include 28 days holiday, a pension scheme, employee assistance programme, death in service scheme and childcare voucher scheme. 

This post is based in women’s refuges and is therefore restricted to women under the Equality Act 2010* 

Please visit our website for further details, including the job description and other opportunities: www.refuge.org.uk/working-for-refuge

 

Closing date: 10am, 8 January 2015

 

An enhanced DBS (Disclosure Barring Service) disclosure will be required for this role.

* In view of the nature of role the Occupational Requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies

All candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the values of empowerment, support and equality, which underpins all the work undertaken by Refuge.

Refuge is committed to quality, equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

No agencies please. As an organisation we work hard to keep our costs down. We have decided to manage this recruitment process without the assistance of recruitment agencies and ask that this decision is respected.

 

  


REFUGE

Refuge is the largest specialist provider of domestic violence services in the country. It opened the world’s very first refuge in London in 1971 and celebrated its 40th birthday in 2011. On any given day Refuge supports over 1,600 women and children. It also runs the Freephone 24-hour National Domestic Violence Helpline in partnership with Women’s Aid.

We are proud that we work in partnership with Lambeth Council as together we manage the Violence Against Women and Girls Gaia Centre, which offers a range of innovative support services for victims of gender-based violence.

To support the delivery of this important project we are looking for a highly motivated and committed individual to join Refuge and the Gaia Centre team, and have the following vacancy:

 

Community Engagement Coordinator REF: 145 CECLA

37.5 hours per week

£33,000 per annum, plus benefits 

Gaia Centre, Lambeth, SW London

 

This is an exciting role involving working as part of a broad, innovative team, providing a range of services to address and meet the diverse needs of survivors of all forms of gender-based violence (including domestic violence, sexual, financial and emotional abuse, female genital mutilation, forced marriage, trafficking, stalking, prostitution and ‘honour’-based violence) within Lambeth. 

You will develop and manage a high-quality peer support scheme that meets the needs of survivors of abuse and be delivered by a team of volunteer peer mentors. You will work closely with other agencies in Lambeth to build and maintain effective partnerships between the Gaia Centre and a wide range of statutory, voluntary and private sector organisations to improve the coordinated community response to gender-based violence.

You will have demonstrable experience of providing emotional and practical support within the violence against women and girls sector, experience of managing staff, and a clear commitment to securing positive life outcomes for clients and to making the Gaia Centre a success. 

You will be self-sufficient, assertive and possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills combined with empathy and sensitivity to build and develop supportive relationships with survivors of abuse and their children whilst maintaining professional boundaries.

The postholder, will be required to be available to deal with out of hours emergencies.

Benefits include 28 days holiday, a non-contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme, death in service scheme and childcare voucher scheme. 

 

This post is based in a women’s abuse service and is therefore restricted to women under the Equality Act 2010* 

Please visit our website for further details including the job description and other vacancies: www.refuge.org.uk/working-for-refuge

 

Closing date:   8 January 2014         Interview date: 21 January 2014

 

An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role. 

 

*Occupational Requirement (Equality Act 2010) applies 

All candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the values of empowerment, support and equality, which underpins all the work undertaken by Refuge. 

 

Refuge values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

 


SPLITZ

Support Worker – Paloma Project

We are looking for a support worker for 30 hours a week based in our Trowbridge office and covering the central and west of the county. You will be part of an experienced team providing high quality advice, guidance and support to victims of domestic violence enabling them to live safely. This post will involve helpline support and some outreach.

You should have proven experience and qualifications in support work with knowledge of domestic violence issues.

Full job description and application forms are available at www.splitz.org/team/vacancies.html

or by contacting Splitz Support Service on 01225 777724

 

The post is a temporary post for 1 year, salary range £20,550 (pro rata)

Closing date: 16th January 2015

Interviews: 22nd January 2015

 

Women only need apply. This post is covered by a Genuine Occupational Requirement (Schedule 9; Equality Act 2010). 

 

Valid UK Driving Licence with access to business use motor insurance is essential.

Vetting - You will be required to undergo a DBS check

 

Ref: PAL/14/04

 

SOLACE WOMEN'S AID 

Administration Coordinator

Therapeutic Unit

 

Solace Women’s Aid is dedicated to providing a full range of services for women and their children, enabling them to live lives free from domestic and sexual violence.  Our Therapeutic Unit coordinates referrals for the Ascent counselling project supporting women who have experienced or are living with domestic violence. 

We are looking for an administration coordinator to support the therapeutic team, cover the duty line, process referrals, support with the administration of the counselling services and supervise an administration assistant and volunteers.

You will have excellent IT skills and be able to communicate effectively both on a verbal and written level.  Ability to multi-task quickly and effectively is essential.

 

This is a full time position 37.5 hours per week based in our Islington Offices. 

 

Salary: £21,749 

Contract: Fixed term to 31st March 2015, with the possibility of a 2 year extension until March 2017

 

Closing Date: Monday 29th December 2014, noon

Interview Date: Tuesday 6th January 2015

 

For an application pack (no CVs) please download application form and JD from our website www.solacewomensaid.org and return your completed application to recruitment@solacewomensaid.org. Tel: 020 7619 1350

 

The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 

Posts will be subject to an enhanced CRB check and open to women only. (Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1)

 

No agencies 

 

 


Solace Refuge Services - LB Lambeth 

Refuge Caseworker (37.5 hours per week)

Salary: £18,027 pa 

Contract: Permanent

Solace Women’s Aid works with women, children and men affected by domestic and sexual violence.  We work in a holistic and empowering way enabling service users to live independent lives. 

We have recently restructured our refuge services in Lambeth – this Caseworker post is a new role. The Caseworker will work across two refuge sites in the borough offering advice and support to women residents affected by domestic and sexual violence. 

Successful applicants will have in-depth knowledge of domestic abuse and its impact on women and children, as well as experience of providing emotional and practical support to victims of domestic and sexual violence and strong casework management skills. 

 

Benefits include 30 days holiday and a contributory pension scheme. 

 

Solace Women’s Aid values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. 

Closing date for receipt of completed applications: Monday 29th December 2014 (Midday) 

Interviews: Monday 12th January 2015

To apply, visit www.solacewomensaid.org and download a job profile and application pack. CVs will not be accepted. Applications can be returned to recruitment@solacewomensaid.org  

This service is run by women for women and is therefore restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1. 

Section 5(2)d of the Race Relations Act 1976 and Section 7(2)e of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 apply. 

An enhanced DBS (Disclosure Barring Service) disclosure will be required for this role.

No Agencies please.

 


Women's Aid in Luton

Chairperson and Trustee(s)

Voluntary/unpaid Roles

 

Women’s Aid in Luton (WAIL) has been established for over 40 years, providing support to local women who are looking to remove themselves from difficult personal/home circumstances where they have suffered domestic abuse.  We provide safe, secure and confidential accommodation for women and their children and give them the practical and emotional support that they need to start afresh.  

We have a dedicated team of 13 specialist staff who support women accessing our services and act as an advocate for them as they empower themselves to build a new life for themselves and their family.

The Organisation is entering an exciting phase, with a number of new developments and initiatives planned throughout 2015 and we are looking to strengthen our Board of Trustees to help us to deliver these.  

 

For the role of Chairperson, you will:

Provide leadership to the Board of Trustees in their role of setting the strategy and policy for the Organisation

Plan the annual cycle of Board meetings; ensuring that agendas are set for each meeting in accordance with the constitution of the Organisation

Act as a representative of WAIL at meetings and functions and as a spokesperson for the Organisation at meetings/functions or in the media

Provide line-management to the Senior Management Team within the Organisation

Liaise with employees to keep an overview of the activities of the Organisation 

Conducting performance appraisals for members of the Senior Management team and ensuring that the performance appraisal process is conducted throughout the Organisation

Participate on appointment, disciplinary and grievance panels as required.

 

For the role of Trustee, you will:

Ensure that the Organisation complies with its own governing constitution, relevant legislation and regulations including but not restricted to, financial, employment, organisational and charity

Actively contribute to the running of the Organisation through the provision of firm strategic direction, setting overall policy, defining goals, setting targets and evaluating performance against agreed targets

Represent WAIL at functions and meetings where appropriate

Ensure the effective and efficient administration of the Organisation

Ensure the financial stability of the Organisation

Regularly attend Board meetings (12 per year); plus participate in occasional training, networking and fundraising events having properly prepared in advance for each meeting

Prepare for each Board meeting by scrutinising papers and documents to be discussed within the meeting.

We are keen to balance the range of skills we have on the Board of Trustees and whilst we will consider applications from all interested parties, we are specifically looking for individuals who can bring Public Relations, Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Education & Development and Fundraising.

If you would like to be part of a dynamic and forward-thinking organisation and have the capacity and time to devote to being a WAIL Trustee or Chairperson, we would love to hear from you.  For a full information pack, including job description and person specification, please email info@womensaidinluton.org 

If you would like to have an informal chat about the role or arrange a visit please contact Jane at jane@womensaidinluton.org , Tel.: 01582 876636.

Due to the sensitive nature if this role we will be considering female volunteers only for this post in accordance with the provisions of the Occupational Requirement (Equality Act 2010, pursuant to schedule 9 part 1).  Applicants will be required to have a satisfactory enhanced disclosure through the Criminal Records Bureau.

 

Closing date: N/A

 

 

The First Step (formerly KDVSS)

Are recruiting for the following position:

 

Integrated Partner Service worker

Salary: £13,215 - £13,715 plus 6% pension contribution 

Hours: 25 per week 

To develop and deliver a comprehensive Partner Support Service to women whose male partners are attending the InPACT male perpetrator programme.  You will need a minimum 2 years experience of supporting women affected by domestic abuse and of undertaking risk assessment and safety planning

 

Applications packs are available by email from: sue.langley@kdvss.org.uk

To discuss the vacancy ring Nina or Angela on: 0151 548 3333 

 We do not accept CV’s

 

Closing date for completed applications is: 12 noon on 31st December 2014 

Interviews on: 13th January 2015

 

The First Step is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all trustees, staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

 

Charity No: 1054533

 


 

nia

 

Opportunity in National Domestic Violence Programme

Identification & Referral to Improve Safety (IRIS)

 

IRIS Joint National Lead (Maternity Cover)

The post is a rare opportunity for an exceptional woman to be involved in the nationwide expansion of a programme to improve primary care responses to domestic violence across the UK. 

IRIS is an evidence-based programme to educate health professionals to improve their practice in the identification and referral of survivors of domestic violence to specialist domestic violence services.  

Following an independently evaluated randomised controlled trial to establish its effectiveness, the successful IRIS programme has already been implemented in 17 areas and has secured Department of Health funding to mainstream the intervention across England.  IRIS will continue to be implemented in further areas as discussions progress.  We now require maternity cover for one of the two existing National Leads.

 

Salary: £32,098 pro rata 

Term 9-12 months commencing February/March 2015 (maternity cover) 

Hours: 18 hours per week

Location:       London with extensive national travel

 

PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE ROLE  

As a member of the national IRIS team, the postholder will support local teams to secure the commissioning of IRIS in their locality by liaising with Clinical Commissioning Groups, Public Health, local authorities and voluntary sector specialist agencies. You will be responsible for delivering Train the Trainer courses for local teams to equip them to train healthcare professionals and support patients. You will provide ongoing support to local teams and sites who have commissioned the programme. You will be responsible for the collection, analysis and reporting on data about the programme’s effectiveness. You will present data to secure sustained funding with commissioners. 

To apply, write to us with an large SAE to the value of 0.79p at P.O. Box 58203, London, N1 3XP  or visit our website www.niaendingviolence.org.uk  and download a job profile and application pack.  CV’s will not be accepted.  Applications can be returned via email to administrator@ niaendingviolence.org.uk or by post in a sealed envelope marked “Private & Confidential” to Rachel Evans, nia, P.O Box 58203, London, N1 3XP. 

 

Closing Date: 10am 5 January 2015 

Interviews will be held in January 2015  in London

  

The post is subject to an enhanced vetting and barring  check and open to women only. Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR), Schedule 9 (Work; Exceptions), Part 1 (Occupational Requirements), of the Equality Act (2010) applies.

 

Registered Charity No: 1037072 Company Limited by Guarantee No: 02673624

For further information please visit www.irisdomesticviolence.org.uk

 

PALADIN

Job Title: Independent Stalking Advocacy Caseworkers x3

Organisation: Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service  

Salary: £30,000 per annum

Hours: 35 hours per week

Outline of Role: Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service CIC employs a number of Independent Stalking Advocacy Caseworks (ISACs) who offer support for high risk victims who have been the subject of stalking, support them through the criminal justice system and offer relevant advice and assistance. The ISACs will be responsible for providing an efficient, effective service to high risk victims of stalking across England and Wales. This will include working directly with victims, risk assessing new cases and ensuring that the victim’s voice is heard locally and at appropriate risk management meetings. The role will also include working with professionals and local agencies to ensure a coordinated community response to high risk victims of stalking, offering an assessment of risk to the victim and delivering a service that is appropriate to that level of risk and working with other agencies to ensure that they play their part in keeping the victims of stalking safe.

This post is based in Central London.

Closing Date: 5pm on the 12th January 2015

How to Apply:   

The full job description can be downloaded here. If you would like to apply for this role, please send a completed application form and email to lottie@paladinservice.co.uk.  

 

  

 

 

 

TRIDENT REACH

 

Domestic Violence Services, Birmingham

Safe House Support Service for Muslim Women

Service Lead

For Our City Wide Floating Support Service

37.5 hours per week, flexible working 

£26,010.00 pa

 

We are looking for an experienced manager with an in-depth understanding of Domestic Violence to manage our Floating Support Service across Birmingham.

The manager will supervise a dedicated team of front line staff, to provide emotional and practical to women who have experienced Domestic Violence, to enable them to live independently in the community free from abuse.

The post holder will have experience in housing related support and the application of resources reporting to the charity and external funders.

This is an exciting opportunity to join this unique service in Birmingham taking a lead role in its development and growth.

For an informal chat call Marcia on 07917 263842, or contact the recruitment team on 0121 226 5800 to request an application form.

Closing Date Monday 22nd December 2014

*Please note due to the nature of the work it is a Genuine Occupational Requirement for the Post Holder to be female

 

 


 

RISE 

FUNDRAISER – MAJOR DONORS/CORPORATES 

Initially a one year post to be reviewed after 12 months

scp 36-39 (£30,311-33,128) pro rata

18.5 hours

 

Quote ref MDCF01/14/03

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Major Donor /Corporate Fundraiser to join RISE a successful, proactive charitable organization. RISE (Refuge, Information, Support and Education) provides a range of services for women, children, young people and families affected by domestic violence in Brighton & Hove and West Sussex. We support survivors of domestic violence from crisis to recovery with an emphasis on early intervention, prevention and quality care and support. 

This new post has been identified as instrumental in delivering the organizations strategic plans for the sustainability of RISE Services through generating an increase in unrestricted income for RISE. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the growth and development of RISE by maximizing income from Major Donors and Corporate Sponsors. The post holder will research, identify and prioritize projects within these two areas that will generate the best financial return for RISE. The post holder will manage the development of supporter relations and initiatives in these sectors.

You will have experience of generating funds from major/donors and corporates. A track record in meeting and exceeding organizational fundraising targets A confident self-starter, you will have excellent inter personal skills, presentation skills. You will be experienced in developing and sustaining donor relationships. The successful candidate must be able to work flexibly to meet the needs of this post.

 

CLOSING DATE: Monday 15 December 2014

 

RISE is committed to following Equality and Diversity and safer recruitment practices.

On appointment all staff will be expected to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure and supply us with references.

We encourage applications from the Black and minority ethnic communities as they are currently under-represented in our organization.  

 

Please download an application pack from our website www.riseuk.org.uk

For any queries please email recruitment@riseuk.org.uk and quote the reference number and job title on the email.

 

 

 

SWINDON WOMEN'S AID

Job Title: Health Independent Domestic Violence Advocate (IDVA)

Reports to:        Refuge Accommodation & Community Services Manager

Contract: Fixed Term to March 2016 (Continuation subject to funding)

Salary: £23,000

Working Hours: 37 hours per week

Work Location:  Swindon

 

Job title: Health Independent Domestic Violence Advocate £23,000

Swindon Women’s Aid is looking to recruit a Health IDVA to join their fully integrated domestic abuse service in Swindon. This post will be based at the Great Western Hospital and SWA Offices.

As a Health IDVA you will work to establish a new bespoke service in the Great Western Hospital in order to support high risk victims of domestic abuse and assist them in accessing services to support and keep them safe. You will formulate and regularly review risk assessments, safety plans and support plans and effectively prioritise and focus on those victims with highest risk.

You will have strong communication skills and experience of partnership working, as the role will involve the initiating, developing and maintaining of effective multi-agency relationships, attending MARAC and case conferences and adhering to statutory protocols and procedures. You will work to ensure safety, confidentiality and risk minimisation for victims of domestic abuse and their children, supporting and enabling them to access services which maximise their safety and which support their emotional, physical, intellectual and social wellbeing.

As a Health IDVA you will be expected to provide information and advice to victims on their rights and responsibilities; the options available to them regarding criminal and civil proceedings, and attend court to offer support through the criminal justice system where appropriate

This post is exempt under s9 of the Equalities Act 2010 and we request female applications only.

Please note the deadline for applications is close of play 5pm on Monday 22nd December.

For a copy of the full job description, person specification and application please go to our job vacancies page of our website  www.swindonwomensaid.org or telephone Aby Ayre the Office Manager on 01793 864984 or you can request these via email at Abby@swindonwomensaid.org

 


HESTIA

Role: Refuge Worker - Camden Domestic Abuse Services

Salary: £20,124 – 20,760pa 

Hours 39 hours per week 

 

Hestia is a dynamic London-wide charity providing, social care support services to people with mental health needs; drugs and alcohol problems; complex needs; offenders; women  & children fleeing domestic abuse; homeless people and those with physical disabilities.

We are looking to recruit an ambitious and enthusiastic  Support Worker.  You will use your experience of providing high quality customer service to provide a safe and calming living space in an environment where every day is life changing for those with a range of support needs. You will also work closely with your colleagues to help achieve high standards of care, within budget and by identifying how services can be developed through creative use of resources.

To be successful in this role you will possess working experience of issues facing women & children affected by Domestic Abuse, experience in reducing voids and maximising income along with best practice in safeguarding adults and children.  You will have a flair for building effective relationships and motivating your clients. 

You will enjoy a range of employee benefits including Hestia rewards, childcare vouchers, a season ticket loan and an Employee Assistance Programme.

 

To transform lives and your career, please complete application online:  http://www.latestvacancies.com/hestia/ 

Closing date: 28th December 2014

 

 

 


WOMEN'S AID NATIONAL OFFICE (London)

Fundraising Volunteer

2 hours on one Monday each month. Initial duration is 3 months.

Are you passionate about women’s issues? Would you like to volunteer for Women’s Aid? Then we may just be looking for you. 

Women’s Aid has entered into a corporate partnership with a local Sainsbury’s in Old Street, London. We are looking for a confident and enthusiastic individual to volunteer one day a month outside the store to help raise donations from the public, and to develop the partnership further. 

Activities would include bucket shaking to raise funds from the public outside the store for 2 hours over lunch on a Monday every month, and counting the cash donations at the end of each collection. There is a possibility for continuing to volunteer in the Women’s Aid London office afterwards, supporting the team with fundraising and other tasks as they arise. The office is only 5 minutes’ walk away from the Sainsbury’s store. There is also scope for developing the partnership further, together with the Senior Partnerships Officer. 

To find out how to apply, please open the Job description. Good luck to all who apply.

 

 

 

 

 


 

RESOURCING GROUP - JUSTICE & ABUSE DIVISION

Resourcing Group’s Justice and Abuse Division specialise in providing all levels of staff to Domestic and Sexual Violence services across the UK.

We are currently recruiting for a number of Domestic Violence specialist roles in the North West – please find below a brief synopsis of the roles:

- IDVA (Community based IDVA working with a case load of 30 high risk clients in a rural setting. You will need to be either DAPA or CAADA qualified)

- Polish speaking Outreach Worker (Supporting 18 victims of domestic abuse in the community and their own homes. This role offers training and would be an excellent opportunity to get into the sector)

- Young Persons Domestic Abuse Project Lead (Running therapeutic programmes, one to one sessions and group work projects for 8 – 18 year olds focusing on breaking the cycle of abuse and identifying healthy relationships and behaviour)

- Male Interventions Programme Manager (Managing a therapeutic programme which works with perpetrators of domestic abuse to identify reasons behind abuse, reduce risk of re-offending and support them in changing their behaviour. This will include managing sessional practitioners and volunteers)

- Child and Family Workers (Working to supporting children who have witnessed domestic abuse in refuge and community settings)

- Floating Support Workers (Working to support 20 clients in the community and their own homes. This includes working with and empowering clients in move on accommodation and those who remain with the perpetrator)

Please contact Ria Smith (Divisional Manager – Justice and Abuse related Recruitment) and the team on 0207 264 0726 or by email (ria.smith@resourcinggroup.co.uk) for more information on any of the above roles.

 


RESOURCING GROUP - JUSTICE & ABUSE DIVISION

Resourcing Group’s Justice and Abuse Division specialise in providing all levels of staff to Domestic and Sexual Violence services across the UK.

We are currently recruiting for a number of Domestic Violence specialist roles in the London and the South East – please find below a brief synopsis of the roles:

- Essex based Refuge Services Manager (Line managing the organisation’s refuge and children’s services which includes management of 5 members of staff)

- IDVA (Various roles based in London, Essex and Hertfordshire. You will need to be either DAPA or CAADA qualified)

- Refuge Worker (Supporting 6 victims of domestic abuse in a refuge setting. You will be supporting the clients with practical and emotional needs and empowering them to live independently)

- Essex and Hertfordshire based Floating Support Workers (Supporting 18 domestic violence clients in the community and their own homes. This includes working with clients in move on accommodation and those who remain with the perpetrator)

- Essex based ISVA (Supporting victims of sexual violence (both male and female) with both their practical and emotional needs)

- London based Office Manager (Responsible for overseeing domestic violence case management including initial contact, case allocation and closing cases)

Please contact Laura Kemp (Recruitment Consultant – Justice and Abuse related Recruitment) and the team on 0207 264 0725 or by email (laura.kemp@resourcinggroup.co.uk) for more information on the above role.