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Vacancies in the Domestic Violence Sector

London Community Foundation

The London Community Foundation – VAWG Fund Manager

The London Community Foundation is seeking a new member to join their team to manage the VAWG Grassroots Fund. They’re looking for an impact-driven professional grant maker with relevant thematic knowledge of VAWG and experience of programme and contract management in the social sector.

For full details and to apply, click here

Salary: £35k

Deadline: 9am Monday 2 March 2020

The London Community Foundation – Programme Manager

The London Community Foundation is seeking a new member to join their team. They’re looking for an impact-driven professional grant maker with experience of the social sector to join them on a permanent basis as a Programme Manager.

For full details and to apply, click here

Salary: £32k

Deadline: 9am Tuesday 3 March 2020


Splitz Support Service

Positive Relationships Gloucestershire

We are looking for a female Domestic Abuse Behavioural Change Advisor & Group Facilitator for 18 hours a week preferably over 2 days. This rewarding role involves both the delivery of an accredited programme of group work twice a week on two evenings in Gloucestershire and also providing 1-2-1 support for people not suitable or not yet suitable for the accredited programme.

The programme aims to help men to change harmful behaviour by providing a voluntary structured 25 week programme for perpetrators, with an integrated women’s safety worker to provide information and advice to the victims to enable them to live their lives free from fear.

This opening is open to filled, but please check our website for any update to this.

Application packs and further details are available from our website https://www.splitz.org/about-us/join-us/vacancies or by emailing admin@splitz.org.


‘Sessional Risk Assessor at DVIP’s Family Court Team’

Conducting risk assessment and related work directly with clients including:

  1. Undertaking risk assessment and vulnerability assessment interviews with perpetrators and victims of domestic abuse according to DVIP’s protocols and agreements with Social Services.
  2. Preparing and filing assessment reports.
  3. Undertaking interim and final assessments of risk on the same client where appropriate.
  4. Attending court if required

No closing date: DVIP we are happy to receive applications as and when.

Post location: SE1 4RF but may also involve assessing clients at local authority venues in London.

Pay:  hourly rate of £30. Working hours are not fixed, can be during the evening or during the day as per client’s and assessor’s availability.

For more information, please see https://dvip.org/services-for-men-women/assessments-for-family-courts/

 

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