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Jobs & Opportunties

Advocacy and Outreach Worker

Advocacy and Outreach Worker

Salary: £26,500 – 32,000 (full time)
Contract: Permanent
Location: Based in our Aylesbury office with occasional travel to our Milton Keynes office and home working.
Description:

The postholder will be responsible for delivering advocacy support to survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Buckinghamshire understand and address the needs of survivors who face particular barriers when seeking help, including those from marginalised groups. This role has a particular focus on increasing engagement with males and those from the LGBT+ community. In addition, the postholder will maintain and develop partnerships with statutory, voluntary and community groups across Buckinghamshire to promote the services that are offered and foster holistic joint working approaches.

We will be shortlisting and interviewing on a rolling basis.

Clinical Services Manager

Clinical Services Manager

Salary: £46,305 per year
Contract: Full Time
Location: WC1X, London (Hybrid)
Description:

Respond, a national charity working with autistic people and people with learning disabilities who have experienced trauma, is seeking a new Clinical Services Manager as Clinical Lead and Designated Safeguarding Officer for the organisation.

We are seeking an experienced clinical manager, with strong psychotherapy and clinical skills, a collaborative coaching style approach and a passion for supporting autistic people and people with learning disabilities. The Clinical Services Manager will be responsible for ensuring that the clinical services provided are of high quality, maintaining appropriate systems, processes and policies and ensuring ongoing monitoring, evaluation and reporting of our outcomes.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion - Community Development Worker

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion - Community Development Worker

Salary: £25,200 per annum, pro rata
Contract: Part-time 12 month funded post: up to 25 hours per week over a minimum of 3 days/evenings
Description:

This part-time role will focus on working with the ethnic minority communities of Burton and the surrounding district. The purpose of this role is to increase our community activities within minority communities, tackle stigma, myths and taboo subjects around sexual abuse and violence, including rape, and promote healthy relationships. Exploring cultural acceptance and awareness around sexual abuse, violence and exploitation.

If you have any queries, please contact staff@sarac.org.uk

LGBTQ+ Community Development Worker

LGBTQ+ Community Development Worker

Salary: £25,200 per annum, pro rata
Contract: Part-time 12 month funded post: up to 25 hours per week over a minimum of 3 days/evenings
Description:

This part-time role will focus on working with individuals from the LGBTQ+ communities of Burton and the surrounding district. The purpose of this role is to increase our community activities within these communities, tackle stigma, myths and taboo subjects around sexual abuse and violence, including rape, and promote healthy relationships. Exploring cultural acceptance and awareness around sexual abuse, violence and exploitation.

If you have any queries, please contact staff@sarac.org.uk

One in Four

Opportunities to become a Trustee

Description:

We are a dedicated team of experts, counsellors and trainees with over 2 decades knowledge, experience and expertise specialising in the long-term recovery of adults and children who have a lived experience and survived sexual abuse and violence.

One in Four is active in supporting the post-traumatic recovery of survivors by providing counselling, supporting them through the criminal justice system and in improving the professional and public understanding of how sexual abuse impacts lives through prevention for young people in schools and training and resources for professionals working with survivors.

We are seeking a friendly and trustworthy volunteer to manage our reception desk and help with admin and communication tasks for one day a week at our service in Bellingham.

We’re looking for someone with good written and numeracy skills who enjoys working in a people facing role. Good ICT skills are helpful, along with an interest in data administration and project management. Understanding the importance of data protection and handling confidential information discreetly and securely is a must. We’d like to recruit someone who can commit to a minimum of 6 months in the role, with a probationary period of one month.

One in Four

Volunteer Counsellor

Description:

One in Four is a charity which provides specialist and restorative therapeutic services for people who have experienced childhood sexual abuse (CSA) and/or sexual violence.

One in Four offers a range of excellent training and career advancement opportunities as well as high quality support and supervision for placement students. One in Four is committed to working hand in hand with training institutions to ensure a positive placement experience.

We advocate that our volunteers are able to make a 24 months commitment to the client work as we offer two year contracts to clients. This affords clients time and space to reflect, and gain meaning and develop new resources for their lives. Volunteers need to be aware that clients’ material can often be graphic and detailed, therefore emotional, and personal resilience are key qualities needed in the role.

RSVP

Full time: 38 hours a week (hours to be negotiated)

Salary: £37,261 (NJC 31) plus 3% pension contribution
Description:

This position offers an established role in a leading specialist rape & sexual abuse support charity & value-led, relational & strategic service provision to help RSVP achieve our CYP service mission: Children and young people need timely, appropriate and compassionate specialist support.

This role will lead in the safe delivery, strategic direction and development of RSVP’s CYP counselling and wellbeing services. You will support the Chief Executive and work closely with Heads of Services to implement the strategic direction of the organisation, manage operations, strengthen our sustainability and to continuously improve RSVP’s effectiveness and impact for the CYP we support.