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Single Point of Contact (SPOC) Partner
Location:
Dorchester
Salary:
£19,401 pa pro rata
Service: Stalking, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence   |   Contract: permanent

The You First SPOC Partner will provide a full administrative and data collection service along with the opportunity to support the wider team with the delivery of the service. This exciting role enables a skilled administrator to build on their support skills with tasks such as attending court, preparing rooms for training, being a co-facilitator delivering training and supporting clients into refuge.

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Domestic Violence and Abuse Health Advocate
Location:
Isle of Wight
Salary:
Competitive
Service: Stalking, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence   |   Contract: permanent

The role of the DVA Health Advocate is to work closely with health colleagues and GP’s to share knowledge and skills and improve their referral processes into existing commissioned services which will lead to increased referrals. The DVA Health Advocate will carry a case load and work directly with victims of domestic violence and abuse, receiving referrals across all risk categories with a focus on medium and high risk, utilising existing services and referral pathways for standard risk clients.

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Domestic Violence and Abuse Health Advocate
Location:
Basingstoke; Hampshire
Salary:
Competitive
Service: Stalking, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence   |   Contract: permanent

The role of the DVA Health Advocate is to work closely with health colleagues and GP’s to share knowledge and skills and improve their referral processes into existing commissioned services which will lead to increased referrals.

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Domestic Violence & Abuse Family Worker
Location:
Dorset County
Salary:
Competitive
Service: Stalking, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence   |   Contract: permanent

The Family DVA Workers are part of a team providing practical and emotional support to women, men and children experiencing domestic abuse across the county of Dorset. Family DVA workers engage families within accommodation and community based settings to support them coming to terms with their experiences of domestic abuse.

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DVA Police Car Domestic Violence and Abuse Worker
Location:
Basingstoke; Hart; Rushmoor
Salary:
Competitive
Service: Stalking, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence   |   Contract: permanent

This exciting and innovative role will see You First DVA Workers attending incidents of domestic violence and abuse in partnership with the police. The experienced and skilled post holder will offer practical and emotional support at the point of crisis to individuals and families experiencing domestic abuse. They will work in partnership with Police officers from Hampshire Constabulary to provide a pro-active, short-term crisis intervention as part of the DVA Cars service.

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Domestic Violence and Abuse Support Worker
Location:
Shaftesbury; Dorset
Salary:
Competitive
Service: Stalking, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence   |   Contract: permanent

You First Domestic Abuse Workers are part of a team providing practical and emotional support to individuals and families experiencing domestic abuse. As a Domestic Abuse Worker you will work with individuals, parents and others to develop and deliver a range of effective interventions and with partners to ensure a whole family approach, where indicated. This may be via proactive “in-reach” support to people living in refuge and outreach, move on and resettlement support, providing a flexible, trauma informed, client centred risk led service.

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Domestic Violence and Abuse Health Advocate
Location:
Shaftesbury
Salary:
Competitive
Service: Stalking, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence   |   Contract: permanent

•Work closely with health colleagues and GP’s to share knowledge and skills and improve their referral processes into existing commissioned services which will lead to increased referrals.
•Carry and proactively manage your case load
•Work directly with victims of domestic violence and abuse, receiving referrals across all risk categories with a focus on medium and high risk, utilising existing services and referral pathways for standard risk clients.
•Work from the point of crisis to provide high quality advocacy and support and engaging with local partners ensuring each person has a co-produced support package

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Domestic Violence & Abuse Worker – Diversity and Inclusion Worker
Location:
Shaftesbury
Salary:
Competitive
Service: Stalking, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence   |   Contract: permanent

The overall purpose of this role is to provide specialist targeted support to individuals including male, female, non-binary and self-identified individuals and couples from LGBTQ+ and BAME groups, fathers with their children and for women with older boys in our specialist refuge/safe space. As well as carrying a caseload you will offer support to colleagues across this area and share vacancies ensuring access to the refuge from partner agencies.

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