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Jobs & Opportunties

Multiple Clinical Supervisor Roles (Associates)

Location: Salford
Description:

If you feel that you could achieve great things in the role above, then we want to hear from you.

Send an up-to-date CV and Covering Letter to admin@wearesurvivors.org.uk.

In your cover letter please make sure you cover how you meet the skills and experience needed for the role, as outlined in the job descriptions linked below.

*Please Note: if you could ensure you are clear in which role you are applying for.

DEADLINE for all positions: Monday 13th May at 12pm.

By applying for the any of the above roles, you confirm that you have read and agree to our Privacy Notice [Click Here]

Should you wish to discuss any of the roles above, please contact 0161 236 2182.

Trauma-Informed Therapist (OUT Spoken)

Salary: £27,810 FTE
Contract: Part-time (2 days)
Location: Salford
Description:

If you feel that you could achieve great things in the role above, then we want to hear from you.

Send an up-to-date CV and Covering Letter to admin@wearesurvivors.org.uk.

In your cover letter please make sure you cover how you meet the skills and experience needed for the role, as outlined in the job descriptions linked below.

*Please Note: if you could ensure you are clear in which role you are applying for.

DEADLINE for all positions: Monday 13th May at 12pm.

By applying for the any of the above roles, you confirm that you have read and agree to our Privacy Notice [Click Here]

Should you wish to discuss any of the roles above, please contact 0161 236 2182.

Trauma-Informed Therapist

Salary: £27,810
Contract: Various Hours
Location: Salford
Description:

If you feel that you could achieve great things in the role above, then we want to hear from you.

Send an up-to-date CV and Covering Letter to admin@wearesurvivors.org.uk.

In your cover letter please make sure you cover how you meet the skills and experience needed for the role, as outlined in the job descriptions linked below.

*Please Note: if you could ensure you are clear in which role you are applying for.

DEADLINE for all positions: Monday 13th May at 12pm.

By applying for the any of the above roles, you confirm that you have read and agree to our Privacy Notice [Click Here]

Should you wish to discuss any of the roles above, please contact 0161 236 2182.

2 x Services Manager (Community-based)

Salary: £29,870
Contract: Full-time but Part-time will be considered
Location: Salford
Description:

If you feel that you could achieve great things in the role above, then we want to hear from you.

Send an up-to-date CV and Covering Letter to admin@wearesurvivors.org.uk.

In your cover letter please make sure you cover how you meet the skills and experience needed for the role, as outlined in the job descriptions linked below.

*Please Note: if you could ensure you are clear in which role you are applying for.

DEADLINE for all positions: Monday 13th May at 12pm.

By applying for the any of the above roles, you confirm that you have read and agree to our Privacy Notice [Click Here]

Should you wish to discuss any of the roles above, please contact 0161 236 2182.

BSARCS: Barnsley Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Services

Independent Sexual Violence Advocate (ISVA)

Salary: £27,618 per annum initially, rising to £28,489, pay rise pending
Contract: 37 hours per week
Description:

We are looking to recruit to our existing team of advocates; the successful applicant will provide a high quality advocacy and support service to our clients who, having experienced sexual violence in their childhood and/ or adult lives, may be accessing the criminal justice system.

 

The post is subject to a DBS check and Police vetting.

For further information and to apply click here or email recruitment@bsarcs.org for an application pack. CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date – Monday 6th May 2024

Interviews will be held on Tuesday the 21st of May 2024

 

Sexual Assault and Abuse Support Service Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes (SAASSBMK)

Therapeutic Services Support Worker

Salary: £27,000.00 – £32,000.00 pro rata depending on qualification and experience
Contract: Permanent: 28 hours per week (part time)
Location: Based across our offices (Aylesbury and Milton Keynes) with occasional home working
Description:

Purpose: To conduct clinical assessments with adult survivors of sexual or domestic abuse of all genders who are seeking therapeutic support, including risk assessment and smooth internal and external referral to appropriate support services. To manage the waiting lists for therapeutic services, appropriately allocate survivors to workers and coordinate the delivery of telephone emotional support calls. In addition, the postholder will support the Therapeutic team in the ongoing training and development of volunteers.

This post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and open to women only. (exempt under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1). We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented groups such as people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, disabled people, and LGBTQI+ people. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please do get in touch by phone (01296 392468) or email (recruitment@saassbmk.org.uk).

 

SAVANA

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Outreach Worker

Salary: £25,000 per annum (pro rata)
Contract: 28 hours per week (flexible working hours)
Location: Hanley, Stoke on Trent
Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Savana for someone to join our team as an Equality Diversity and Inclusion Outreach Worker.

The key aim of this role is to promote good relations and practices towards different minority groups in order to improve support for survivors of Sexual Violence from marginalised and minoritised communities in North Staffordshire.

With a focus on building pathways to access support and removing barriers, you will be expected to establish/re-establish working relationship with partner agencies, the local community, and faith groups in order to raise awareness and reduce barriers to accessing support.

To be successful in this role you should have experience in working with diverse communities, ideally in an engagement role. A knowledge of EDI related policy and an ability to influence change are also essential.

An Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure will be required.
Premises are wheelchair accessible.

To request an application pack telephone: 01782 433205 or email: sally.fowler@savana.org.uk

Closing date for completed applications:  5pm Friday 12th April 2024

Interviews will be held on the 16th & 17th April 2024

 

CARA

Young Persons' Practitioner

Salary: £30,151 – £32,020, per annum, pro-rata.
Contract: This is a one year contract in the first instance
Location: To work flexibly at CARA premises across mid and north Essex, including Braintree, Chelmsford, Clacton, Colchester and Dunmow.
Description:

We are looking for an Young Person’s Practitioner to join our team, providing specialist counselling and support to young people (12-19) who have experienced rape, sexual violence or sexual abuse. The role will also provide occasional counselling and support to adult supporters and relatives, and there may also the potential to work with children under 12 if qualified to do so. The role includes wider responsibilities as a member of CARA’s staff team including acting as point of contact for sessional counsellors and activities to raise awareness of the impact of sexual violence amongst agencies and the wider community.

For job description and person specification, please click here.

For an application form, please click here.

Application closing date: 10am, Tuesday 7th May

Interviews held on: Monday 13th May

This post is restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.

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.