Do you have experience working within a domestic abuse setting? Do you have experience working with vulnerable people within a third sector organisation? Do you want to make a real difference to the lives of victims, children and young people?
Drive Project is service providing intensive intervention with high-harm and serial domestic abuse perpetrators to challenge behaviour, to disrupt and prevent abuse. Right now we are looking for someone new to join us in an exciting role – this is a chance to make a real difference.
But, we need your help! The Case Manager (domestic abuse) is an integral role providing interventions to support the service user to embark on their journey to understand domestic abuse, their thoughts, feelings, behaviours and recognising the impact of their behaviours and moving towards a healthier, less harmful future. You will work to disrupt and change perpetrator behaviours with a trauma informed focus.
This is an exciting and innovative role that will provide an enhanced level of case intervention to overcome barriers to domestic abuse and improve victim and child safety and welfare through working in an integrative approach with perpetrators.
If you have delivered domestic abuse support and working directly with vulnerable and hard to reach people, in a trauma informed approach, and want to join a growing and developing project apply now by submitting your CV and Supporting Statement!
This is a full time post at 37.5 hours per week.
This is a fixed term post for 9 to 12 months, with possibility for extension subject to funding.
The salary for this post is £26,639 per annum.
This is a rolling recruitment process, shortlisted candidates will be interviewed as and when they apply.
So, get inspired today and visit our website and take the first steps towards a more fulfilling career.
Apply now via our website.
Richmond Fellowship is part of Recovery Focus, a national group of charities highly experienced in providing specialist support services to individuals and families living with the effects of mental ill health, drug and alcohol use, gambling and domestic violence. We know that recovery can look and feel very different to each and every one of us. But we also know that if we provide the right support, at the right time, we can inspire recovery nationwide and that recovery is possible for everyone.