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Violence Against Women and Girls Advocate

Full Time 35 hours per week - fixed term 12 months

£24,675 per annum

 

A Way Out are funded by the Ministry of Justice VAWG Support Service Fund to work specifically with young women and girls aged 16-26 who have, or are currently experiencing gendered specific violence. We are seeking to recruit a highly skilled and motivated person to join our team and lead on this established project.

The post holder will work closely across all of the services within A Way Out and will report to the UNITY Service Manager. They will ensure that the young women accessing support will feel empowered to engage with the help they need as they navigate services on offer to them both within A Way Out, and externally.

This is an exciting opportunity to work flexibly, utilising a hybrid approach. There will be some occasional commitment required to weekend and evening work as part of our outreach service, but this will be incorporated into a healthy work life balance arrangement.

It is an Occupational Requirement that applications for this post are open to women only, as permitted under Schedule 9, Part 1, or the Equality Act 2010. Enhanced DBS checks will be required.

For further details of the job description, person specification and application form please go to https://www.awayout.co.uk/join-the-team

Please note that this role is open to female applicants only, as permitted under Schedule 9, Part 1, of the Equality Act 2010.

Applications close 5pm 28th June 2024

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Adult Project Worker

Full Time 35 hours per week

£24,675 per annum

 

Would you like to be part of an innovative approach to improving life chances for men and women who experience multiple disadvantages?

As an Adult Project Worker you will be an integral part of our Horizon adult service team, working collaboratively to achieve defined project outcomes. Your role will involve providing essential and trauma informed support to women and men across the Tees Valley who have experienced abuse, harm, or exploitation, focusing on their holistic well-being and facilitating their journey towards empowerment and recovery.

You will be responsible for conducting initial assessments, developing and co-developing interventions, case management, daytime, and evening outreach activities, and ensuring the safety and well-being of service users. Additionally, you will actively engage with local organisations and contribute to multi-agency support efforts.

Applications close 5pm 28th June 2024

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