Safer Wales are Equal Opportunities employers, therefore we would be grateful if you went to our website to complete and return the application form.
This vacancy is only open to female applicants as an occupational requirement exception under Sch 9 of the Equality Act 2010. This vacancy is subject to Enhanced DBS and prison vetting.
Resettlement Independent Domestic Violence Advocate (IDSVA)
Safer Wales has an exciting opportunity for a IDSVA and are looking to recruit a proactive person who wants to make a positive difference to the lives of women in prison. As part of the Safer Wales Resettlement service, the Resettlement IDSVA will be expected to participate in all aspects of work in partnership with local CRCs to support the co-ordination of gender-informed resettlement services to women based within HMP Eastwood Park and women returning to Wales based within HMP Styal with particular responsibility to provide support and advocacy to service users who have experienced or at risk of domestic abuse and/or sexual violence.
You will be working with the team, providing support to women and aiding their transition back into the community.
Hours: 36.25 hours per week. Part time/job share or flexible hours will be considered.
Salary: £22567.43 - £23265.45 - £23985.00 per annum pro rata on a fixed term basis to 1st September 2020, may be extended subject to funding.
Closing date for Applications: 09/09/2019
Interview dates: 19/09/19 and 20/09/19
As well as a competitive salary, Safer Wales provides:-
- A range of generous benefits, including the Safer Wales Pension scheme
- Positive and proactive approach to personal development
- career development through vocational qualifications
- actively promotes diversity and inclusion
- an environment which offers family friendly policies, generous paid parental leave and flexible working
- a commitment to your health and wellbeing at work
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