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Sessional Recruitment – Rolling Recruitment

Sessional Group Intervention Workers

Salary: £15 per hour

Hours: Sessional as and when required on a Tuesday and Thursday Evening 5-9pm

For this post you will be required to co-facilitate group work on a Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programme.

Essential Requirements: Experience of delivering group work, in-depth understanding of Domestic Violence and a commitment to anti-discriminatory practice.

For an informal discussion about the posts please contact Lauren Cameron- Service Manager or Amy Davies – Senior Interventions Worker on 0116 2540101

Please download the below application pack and return to once complete.

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Sessional Intervention programme worker application packAdvice for Completing the Application

The Your Choice Project – Intervention Programme Worker

Salary: £24,646 per annum

Responsible to:  The Your Choice Project, The Jenkins Centre, Freeva – Service Manager & Treatment Manager

Hours: 37 hours. (Some evening work included)

Job Purpose

To undertake individual sessions and group work with people who use intimate partner abuse in their relationships, in a way that prioritises the safety of those at risk from domestic violence. The post holder is expected to work in line with the Respect Service Standards for Domestic Violence Prevention Services.

Duties and Responsibilities

Client work and liaison

1. To conduct violence prevention work in a way that shows an understanding of domestic violence and its effects on partners, ex-partners and children

2. To lead with a co-worker a structured violence prevention programme for men who have been abusive towards an (ex-)partner

3. To lead with co – worker a structured programme relating to domestic violence and abuse, parenting, and domestic abuse awareness

4. To conduct appointment-based assessments with potential clients to assess their suitability for the violence prevention programme based on the Your Choice Projects aims and criteria, submitting reports to social services and other agencies as necessary

5. To conduct meetings with clients and other professionals as necessary

6. To liaise with other agencies as appropriate, attending core group and case conferences as required

7. To take part in casework meetings with other Your Choice Project staff about the progress of the intervention work and to ensure that the safety of those at risk from domestic violence remains at the forefront of the Jenkins Centre’s work

8. To implement actions agreed in casework discussions

9. To assist in presentations, workshops and training about the work of the Your Choice Project.

10. To assist in representing Your Choice Project as required at meetings, seminars and conference

More information available in the attached document

Job Description (PDF)Application packAdvice for Completing the Application