Multiple Domestic Violence Vacancies
Venn Group have been approached by a support organisation to recruit for multiple Domestic Abuse Prevention Programme Facilitator, Make A Change Practitioner and Drive Case Manager posts and they all require experience of working with Domestic Violence. The roles will be based across the North West and they vary in contract length from 6 months – 4 years but all have the possibility for extension. Please see the details below.
Your duties as Domestic Abuse Prevention Programme Facilitator will include:
- Conducting violence /abuse prevention work with men and women in a way that shows an understanding of domestic abuse and its effects on partners, ex partners and children
- Facilitating or co-facilitating a structured violence prevention individual or group work programme for men or women who have been abusive towards an (ex) partner
- Conducting assessments with potential clients to assess their suitability for the violence prevention programme, based on the Domestic Abuse Prevention Programme’s aims and criteria, and submit reports to court, social services and other agencies as necessary
- Conducting both individual and group work with clients dependent on need/programme suitability
- Assisting in presentations or workshops about the work of the Domestic Abuse Prevention Programme
- Providing day-to-day support, advice and back-up to other sessional workers and/or volunteers
Your duties as Make A Change Practitioner will include:
- Leading on 1:1 and group work
- Conducting suitability assessments
- Managing a caseload and participation in case management
- Keeping up to date and accurate records and case notes
- Conducting advocacy work as appropriate
- Adhering to Respect Policies when delivering the work including raising concerns, risks and identifying those at risk of harm
- Undertaking outreach to encourage and support participants to engage in programmes
- Model respectful relationships with those engaging in programmes and with colleagues
Your duties as Drive Case Manager will include:
- Maintaining a proactive response to service users and continuously providing positive options for behaviour change throughout the service users time
- Using combination of motivational work, relationship building and a broad range of therapeutic skills to engage service users to addressing their abusive behaviour
- Motivating and supporting service users to address the broad range of needs that may contribute to the risk that they pose to others or act as barrier for them in addressing that risk. e.g. housing, substance use etc
- Ensuring that there is a consistent delivery of services to the identified perpetrators of domestic abuse, including comprehensive risk assessment, support planning, referrals to other agencies and MARACs
- Undertaking assessment of risk, needs and attitudes to inform the individual service user’s intervention plan
- Respecting and valuing the diversity of the community in which the service works in, providing a service that recognises the diverse needs of service users and their families. .
- Ensuring that the welfare and safety of children and young people is paramount
If you are interested in any of these positions or would like to find out more about similar roles please contact Jake Simms or Samantha Marshall on 0161 830 1830 and email your updated CV to email@example.com.
Venn Group is an equal opportunities employment business and employment agency and welcomes applications from all candidates.