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NLA, Domestic Abuse Support Worker, Southside Family Project

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Job Summary

Employment Term:
Non South Gloucestershire Council post
Working Pattern:
Please See Advert Text
Advert Start Date:
09/07/2019
Advert End Date:
26/07/2019 16:30
Salary:
£18,976 pro rata per annum
Job Category:
Non-Local Authority Job
Vacancy ID:
105455
Employment Location:
Refer to job spec.
Post Number:
927/Domestic Abuse Support Worker/FC

Job details 

Closing date:
26 Jul


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Further information

Location: Southside, Meade House, Wedgwood Road, Bath, BA2 1QN


Job Title:
Domestic Abuse Support Worker


Salary:

£18,976 pro rata per annum

Closing date:
4.30pm on Friday 26th July 2019

Interviews week commencing 5th August 2019


Hours:
22 hours per week


Description:
At Southside we focus our work on children, families and individuals with multiple and complex difficulties.

We’re here to help people get the care and support they need, so they enjoy the safety, experiences and opportunities they deserve.

Southside was established as an independent charity in 1997, but our roots go back as far as 1984.

Our team of paid and voluntary workers has grown steadily, building a strong reputation for expertise in family work and domestic abuse support.

Through this success, our innovative, flexible and responsive services are now available to children, families and individuals across Bath and North East Somerset (BANES).

A vacancy has arisen to offer practical help, emotional support, information, advice and signposting to victims/survivors.

This post is a fixed term 1 year contract covering maternity leave and is funded by B&NES.

The successful candidate will work at all times within the policies, procedures and ethos of Southside. Specifically the worker will:

- ensure all duties and responsibilities are carried out in a manner which promotes equality and values diversity.

- follow Southside’s Information Governance policies and procedures as defined by the NHS Toolkit.

- abide by Southside’s Confidentiality Policy at all times.

Southside are fully committed to protecting, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff volunteers and partners to endorse this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to a satisfactory DBS disclosure and two references will be requested, followed up in writing and verified by telephone.


Application Details:
For further information on the post and an application pack please email recruitment@south-side.org.uk or telephone 01225 331 243.


This is not a Local Authority post and applicants will need to satisfy themselves with regard to condition of service.

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