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West Wales Domestic Abuse Service

Domestic Abuse Floating Support Worker

Location: Cardigan

30 hours per week, £17,500 pro rata per annum.

This is an exciting opportunity to join an organisation dedicated to providing specialist support to adults and children who have experienced domestic abuse.

Working as part of our domestic abuse team you will be providing holistic support to women and men with complex needs that are living with and/or escaping violence and abuse, including tenancy support and taking part in the on call rota.

The ability to speak and write Welsh is desirable for this role but not essential.

The closing date for applications is 25th February and interviews will be held on 5th March in Aberystwyth.

The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. Posts will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) and open to women only. (Exempt under the Occupational Requirement under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1)

For an application pack and full job description in Word please contact: info@westwalesdas.org.uk or download a PDF application form and job description from our website using the following link: www.westwalesdas.org.uk

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Change that Lasts Perpetrator Project Lead Cardiff

A unique and exciting opportunity to contribute to the local implementation and delivery of a whole systems response to the perpetration of Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (VAWDASV).

This ambitious project is a partnership between Respect and Welsh Women’s Aid to develop an early intervention response to perpetrators of VAWDASV alongside the ‘Change that Lasts’ response to survivors.  It is funded by the Police Transformation Fund and supported by the Office of South Wales Police Commissioner. The aim is to intervene with perpetrators as early as possible, increasing awareness, supporting behavioural change and increasing accountability, with the safety and wellbeing of survivors and children at the heart of the design.

Building on the established ‘Change that Lasts’ model of supporting survivors with a needs-led, strengths-based approach, this project is developing and piloting an early intervention response to perpetrators.

More information about the established Change that Lasts for can be found here:

http://www.welshwomensaid.org.uk/what-we-do/our-approach-change-that-lasts/

This project is currently being mobilised and we are looking to recruit a Perpetrator Project Lead to work with the Change that Lasts Perpetrator Practitioners to implement and deliver the project.   Applicants will have to evidence knowledge of VAWDASV service delivery, working in partnership and with communities, experience of working with challenging individuals and safe and effective practice when working with perpetrators of abuse.

The Perpetrator Project Lead will be employed and line managed by Respect but will be co-located in Welsh Women’s Aid based in Cardiff.

Location         Cardiff, with occasional travel.

Salary               £30,896 (PO2 point 35 on Respect’s scale, related to the NJC scale) plus 6% pension contribution

Contract         35 hours per week, Fixed term contract to March 2020.

Closing date   03.03.2019

Interviews: 08.03.19

 

To apply: download the following documents, complete an application form and the equality monitoring form and return to info@respect.uk.net

Please do not send us a CV.  No agencies.

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