£24646 - £26000 per annum
about 1 month ago
Domestic Abuse Interventions Worker
Salary: £24,646 - £26,000
Hours & Shift Pattern: 37 Hours - Monday/Wednesday/Friday (9am-5pm), Tuesday/Thursday (2pm-9pm), Saturday (10am-4pm with the following Monday off), 4 Saturdays in 6 weeks
This post however is restricted to males due to the nature of the role and requiring a gender balanced facilitation team. The Occupational Requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies.
Are you looking for a new role that will give you a sense of achievement?
I am looking for someone who has a keen interest & passion for supporting those who have been subject to domestic abuse. You will become part of an amazing team, and you will support perpetrators of domestic violence. If this sounds like a role for you, I would love to hear from YOU today!
I am in partnership and collaborating with a fantastic national client who are a registered care and support charity, who specialise in delivering homes, services, and innovation for the most disadvantaged communities in the country and provide support to vulnerable adults. They provide the very best service, and they would love your help to continue that process.
What`s in it for YOU?
For your hard work and commitment, you will be paid a salary between £24,646 - £26,000, and you will be entitled to a very desirable employee package which includes working for a company who always strive to do more for their service users and also their staff! You are offered more than just your monthly salary as you are also offered a great range of employee benefits with the aim to enhance your life both in and outside of the workplace. This will include; savings on eye tests, 25 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays with that number increasing after 3 years` continuous service, and additional leave for your birthday!
Overview of the Role
Within your role, you will support perpetrators of domestic abuse, and you will support them in going through a development pathway programme in order to enforce positive behaviour changes. You will work in group settings, and on 1-2-1 support sessions, in order to refer perpetrators to specific programmes.
To conduct violence prevention work in a way that shows an understanding of domestic violence and its effects on partners, ex-partners and children
To lead with co - worker a structured programme relating to domestic violence and abuse, parenting, and domestic abuse awareness
To conduct appointment-based assessments with potential clients to assess their suitability for the violence prevention programme based on the Jenkins Centres aims and criteria, submitting reports to social services and other agencies as necessary
Required Skills, Experience, & Knowledge
This post however is restricted to males due to the nature of the role and requiring a gender balanced facilitation team. The Occupational Requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies
Experience working with perpetrators of domestic violence
Competent delivering sessions in a group, and also on a 1-2-1 basis
Knowledge of Sexual Exploitation, and the Child Protection system
1st Stage - Shortlisting & Pre-Screening
In this stage I will review your CV. Should you be successful, I will invite you for a telephone conversation, where will discuss your right to work, work history, suitability for the role, and any questions you may have.
2nd Stage - Formal Interview
In this stage, you will have a formal interview with the hiring manager, which you will be well prepared for.
If successful, you will be required to have a current DBS on the update service, eligibility of right to work, and your start date will be subject to sufficient references.
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