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£23,141 - £29,452 dependent on experience
You will provide effective and efficient co-ordination of resources and support for the Training Team and the learners of our programmes.

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Rape and Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre (Darlington and County Durham)
£26,999 - £28,785 per year pro rata
Rape and Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre (Darlington and County Durham)
£26,999 - £28,785 per year pro rata
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London, Greater London
£28,000 - £29,500 per year, dependent on experience and qualifications.
Contract, Full-time
Job description

Specialist ISVA (adults with learning disabilities, autism or both), 35 hours per week, funded until March 2023 - fixed term contract.

We invite applications for an exciting opportunity to join the Advocacy team at Respond in London.  As an independent sexual violence advocate (ISVA) you will work with female and male clients with learning disabilities, autism or both who have experienced some form of sexual violence or harm. They may be considering reporting or have already reported to the police and you will offer emotional support and advocacy as they navigate the criminal justice system. You will also support them to consider and negate the impact of what they have experienced.

This post forms part of the Gateway service and you will work in partnership with other London sexual violence services. You will also have the opportunity to attend training with RCEW (Rape Crisis England and Wales) as part of the role. You will work in a team of four others who offer advocacy.

Due to Covid-19, the post is mainly home based at present but working practices are under constant review and this will be discussed at interview.

About us: Respond is a small national charity with offices in London and Birmingham providing specialised community support for children and adults with learning disabilities, autism or both who have experienced abuse or trauma. 

To apply: Via CharityJob with a covering letter outlining how you meet the person specification criteria. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.

Closing date: 21st June 2021 at 17:00

Interview date (by Zoom): 29th June 2021

More about Respond

Respond is a national charity committed to bringing about positive change to enable people with learning disabilities, autism or both who ... Read more

Posted on: 24 May 2021
Closed date: 21 June 2021
Tags: Advice, Information, Advocacy

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