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Female Outreach Worker*

Outreach Worker*
Full time 36 hours per week Monday to Friday - £25,750 per annum
Occasional requirement to cover emergency on-call shifts (additional shift allowance paid)

Would you like to empower female survivors of domestic abuse and help them live a life without fear?  Working in our community-based service you will provide emotional and practical support, enabling them to reach informed decisions about their future. You will undertake risk assessments, produce safety plans, and liaise with statutory and other agencies.  In addition, you will facilitate group work programmes and take calls on our specialist helpline as well as deliver presentations in order to raise awareness.

You must:

  • Have experience of supporting individuals who have been affected by domestic abuse or other trauma, including signposting and working on a multi-agency basis.

  • Be well organised with good administration and IT skills along with a professional, calm and flexible approach to your work.

  • Have a full UK driving licence, a car that you can use for business purposes and live within a 45 minute driving distance of our offices in Woking.

 

In return, Your Sanctuary offers training opportunities, 25 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays, a contributory pension scheme, an Employee Assistance Programme and a dynamic and engaging workplace.

A full job description and covering letter are below.  To apply please send your CV and a covering letter to admin@yoursanctuary.org.uk by 9am Friday 26th July 2024.  In your covering letter please include a paragraph on how your skills, experience and/or knowledge enable you to meet the requirements set out in the person specification for this post. Please note that applications will be considered upon receipt so the posts may be filled at an earlier date.  We welcome applications from Global Majority candidates.

*Because of the nature of these posts they are only open to female applicants and are exempt under Schedule 9 Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

No agencies please.

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