This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a motivated and determined team. A typical day at work would include supporting clients with shopping, budgeting, reading correspondence and even a game of bowling or a trip to the cinema. Our staff tell us they really enjoy working with all the clients in the service and get a lot of enjoyment from their roles.
We are looking to recruit to the role of Children and Young Persons Domestic Abuse Advocate (Education) who will engage children and young people at high risk of harm due to domestic abuse and carry out appropriate assessments, including DASH RIC with referral to MARAC and/or safeguarding when indicated. The post holder will design and deliver training for schools aimed at increasing the skills of teachers and pastoral staff to effectively engage and support children and young people at risk of harm from domestic abuse, including those impacted by intimate teen violence and young perpetrators and victims.
As a Children and young persons you will be engaging children and young people within accommodation and community based settings to support them coming to terms with their experiences of domestic abuse. You will be skilled and experienced in supporting children and young people. You will be able to work with colleagues and parents to carry out necessary assessments with children and young people offering bespoke packages of support. This support may be tailored one to one sessions or as part of a group programme designed and facilitated by you in partnership with colleagues.
The You First Single Point of Contact (SPOC) Service Administrator will provide a full clerical, administrative and data collection service to the SPOC team and You First Service. The administrator role supports the delivery of the integrated service and is the first point of contact for clients, professionals and others via the SPOC phone and email. The skilled and experienced post holder will answer enquiries, takes down referral information accurately and collate information from referrals and assessments. They will be able to manage an on line case management system inputting accurate information which will inform contractual and stakeholders reporting requirements. Additionally the post holder will ensure that social media is kept updated with news about the integrated service and will develop face book pages and update the YOU website when required. The post holder will work with others in the SPOC team and the wider integrated team to ensure 24/7 cover of the SPOC.
This is an exciting and rewarding opportunity to work alongside people with disabilities in a number of our services across Portsmouth. As a Support Worker you will be assisting people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities & mental health concerns in their own homes to live the life they want
We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to work alongside people with disabilities across Waterlooville , Denmead and the surrounding areas. As a support worker you will be assisting people with a range of disabilities in their own homes and in the community to live the life they want.
We are looking to permanently recruit to the role of Children and Young Persons Domestic Abuse Advocate who will have the necessary skills and experience to engage children and young people at high risk of harm due to domestic abuse and carry out appropriate assessments, including DASH RIC with referral to MARAC and/or safeguarding when indicated. You will also be able to demonstrate your experience and skills working with those experiencing intimate teen violence, with young instigators and have a proven track record of engaging with young male instigators. You will be able to design and provide one to one sessions as required, whether in community or accommodation based settings. Additionally this role will engage with others in the community raising awareness and develop and deliver education programmes.
As a Support Worker you will be assisting people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities & mental health concerns in their own homes to live the life they want. You will provide safe, person centred support to promote independent living skills.
We are looking for people to support our clients who are fun, with a good sense of humour, who will help our clients to be more independent and achieve their goals. This could include sailing, swimming gardening, going to the cinema or theatre, going out for meals and lots of other leisure activities. This will also include support with gaining daily life skills such as personal care, medication, shopping cooking, keeping their house clean and support to budget and not get into debt. We need someone who is hardworking, reliable, polite, friendly and respectful.
The Family Intervention Team Domestic Violence and Abuse Worker (FIT Worker for short) role is to work with families to minimise and prevent children entering care due to incidents of domestic violence and abuse. The skilled and experienced post holder will be dual located, primarily working as part of a multi agency team (Family Intervention Team – FIT) sat within social care. The post holder will retain links with their local DVA team and receive specialist supervision with their YOU service manager.