London, Greater London
£25,600-£27,200 (pro rata £32,000- £34,000)
Contract, Part-time, 28hours per week
Job description

nia has been delivering services to women, girls and children who have experienced domestic and sexual violence since 1975. The organisation has three main aims: to provide services for women, girls and children who have experienced men’s violence; contributing to ending male violence against women and girls, and to inform and influence policy and public awareness.

nia is an approved member of Rape Crisis England and Wales, an umbrella organisation supporting Rape Crisis Centres across the country. Rape Crisis is completely independent of the government and the criminal justice system

Hours:           Part time: 28 hours per week

Term:             Currently funded until March 2022 (extension likely)

You will be responsible for running and delivering the Crisis High Risk intervention service through one to one support and counselling to female survivors of sexual violence within a feminist framework. You will also work alongside the Counselling Manager to offer clinical support to the counsellors, carry out initial assessments, review risks and manage waiting lists. This post will also involve supporting the East London Rape Crisis Management team to meet outcome and output targets and further develop the counselling service.

We are looking for a highly organised and self-motivated woman who is passionate about ending male violence against women. You will have a ‘can-do’ approach and demonstrable commitment to nia’s feminist approach to supporting women and their children to be safer.  You must be BACP or UKCP accredited and have experience of working with survivors of sexual violence. A qualification in therapeutic counselling supervision and experience of delivering group work is highly desirable. Experience of working in digital environments and training in transcultural counselling is desirable but not necessary.

CV’s will not be accepted. 

Closing Date:                      10am, 28th January 2021                         

Interview date:                    5th February 2021

nia’s services are run by women for women and therefore applicants are restricted to women under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, and Part 1. Section 7(2) e of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 apply. An enhanced DBS (Disclosure Barring Service) disclosure will be required for this role. Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974: This post is subject to rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. A criminal record will not necessarily exclude you from this post but under the Act, we must have details for those whom we are offering employment.

 

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nia's staff are what allows us to help women and children escape from and move on after gender based violence. nia staff help women change ... Read more

Refreshed on: 20 January 2021
Closed date: 28 January 2021
Job ref: nia 017
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