Current Staff Vacancies
Children and Young People’s Psychotherapist – Part Time
Having been awarded a grant by the Big Lottery for preventative services in the local community for Children and Young People, Southend based SOS Domestic Abuse Projects is delighted to recruit additional staff to its services for children and young people who are affected by domestic abuse in the borough of Southend.
This role is a part time position fixed term until November 2019. The ideal candidate will need to be highly motivated and committed to making a difference to the safety, well-being and recovery of children and young people (CYP) affected by domestic abuse.
Relevant experience and qualifications of working with children and young people therapeutically, is essential, as is a knowledge of the domestic violence/sexual abuse sector. In addition, the ability to engage with young people through a range of activities and to advocate the benefits of healthy relationships is key.
Salary: Further information upon request, but subject to qualifications and relevant experience- circa £22,500-£25,000 pro rata
Hours: 16 hours per week (flexible)
Closing date: Midday – 19th September 2018
For further information and an application pack, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Domestic Abuse Support Assistant – Full Time
SOS Domestic Abuse Projects is the leading charity working with victims of domestic abuse in Southend, with over 40 years’ experience of service delivery.
The role is to support the Dove Crisis Team, screening and processing referrals ensuring the flow and accuracy of information meets the teams work needs. You will have experience of inputting information and working with a range of agencies, together with knowledge and understanding of domestic abuse issues and working with vulnerable adults.
In addition, you will be expected to support the delivery of recovery programmes, outreach services and training events. You will require IT skills with excellent attention to detail and good written and verbal communication. This is an ideal opportunity for anyone looking to begin a career in domestic abuse support, in return we will provide training, experience and mentoring. This is a fixed-term post, subject to funding, until January 2020.
Due to the nature of the role, this vacancy is open to women only.
Occupational requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies
Salary: Information upon request
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Annual Leave: 25 days per annum
Pension: Nest Stakeholder Pension
Closing date: Midday – Wednesday 26th September 2018
For further information and an application pack, please contact email@example.com.