Manchester, Greater Manchester
Merseyside
£20,500 pro rata per annum
Contract, Fixed until 29 June 2025, Full-time
Job description

JOB DESCRIPTION
Job Title: Outreach Caseworker
Reports to: Outreach Coordinator 
Contracted Hours: 37.5 hours per week          
Contract Duration: Fixed until 29 June 2025   
Salary: £20,500 pro rata per annum 
Location: North West
Closing Date: 23rd September 2021         
Interview Date: We will be interviewing applicants as and when suitable candidates apply​​​​​​​
Probationary Period: 3 months
Direct Reports: N/A

RESPONSIBILITIES
•    Providing casework support for Survivors Of Human Trafficking across the North West.
•    Each full time caseworker will oversee 16-20 clients of varying levels of support need (or pro rata equivalent if a part-time role)
•    To work effectively as a team, including giving responsive feedback and handover information to Line Manager, and colleagues where there is a shared caseload.
•    To independently meet deadlines, including accurately recording and logging support hours, documenting relevant client information and completing other administrative paperwork in adherence to the terms of the contract.
•    To risk assess and take appropriate steps to safeguard clients.
•    To follow ECAT requests and meet KPIs set by contractors.
•    Ensuring all clients receive the full protection/support of the EU convention, as laid out in article 12 of the ECAT.
•    To arrange appointments for individual clients, and liaising with organisations and individuals regarding clients in a professional manner.
•    In Outreach - Visiting clients face to face (where suitable) a minimum of once a month, taking into account what is reasonable to meet that client’s needs.
•    Meeting clients in an appropriate environment, including using remote sessions where needed.
•    To ensure the progression of clients through the system, including journey planning and move on strategies, within the required time frame.
•    To regularly attend supervision meetings with Line Manager.
•    Adhering to all internal procedures regarding City Hearts and any legislation.
•    Promoting CH in adherence to the terms of the contract – this may include attending events on behalf of CH as a whole.
•    Being placed on the Drop In rota to support clients where required.

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City Hearts UK

City Hearts was founded in 2005, beginning with a single home to help women with life controlling issues, shortly after we welcomed our fi... Read more

Posted on: 13 September 2021
Closed date: 17 September 2021
Tags: Advocacy, Social Work