Job Vacancy – Refuge Caseworker – Stock Port Without Abuse

Job Title: Refuge Caseworker

Salary: Salary of £13,372.57 per annum (pro-rata of £23,561.20 FTE)

Contract Type: Fixed-term contract until 31st March 2024, subject to extension

Hours: Part time position 21 hours per week

If you would like to discuss this opportunity further, please email us at
info@stockportwithoutabuse.org.uk to arrange an informal chat.

Applications only – we do not accept CV’s. Please read the guidance in your application pack. The job description, person specification, application forms and application guidance are available to download at Stockport Without Abuse |Job Opportunities

Once complete, please send your application and other requested forms to: info@stockportwithoutabuse.org.uk. All applications will be shortlisted on receipt. If your application is successful, we will contact you via email to arrange an interview date and time.

Stockport Without Abuse (SWA) is a grassroots charity committed to supporting our vision of everyone having a right to live in safety, and to have a future without fear of domestic abuse. We work directly with women, men and children who have experienced or are at risk of domestic abuse.
We are looking to recruit a part-time Refuge Caseworker to join our Refuge team to work collaboratively as part of a wider domestic abuse team at SWA, providing high quality practical and emotional support to ensure individuals who have experienced domestic abuse have the foundations
to live free from fear

Main purpose of the post:
1. As a caseworker at Stockport Without Abuse, you will be based in refuge and responsible for providing high quality practical and emotional support to ensure individuals who have experienced domestic abuse have the foundations to live free from fear.

2. This role incorporates: developing support and safety plans, appropriate signposting to local services, mental health support, financial and welfare
advice, and rehousing assistance.
3. The successful candidate will have evidence of strong casework management skills, good written and verbal communication, and an understanding of the importance of maintaining professional boundaries. 4. They will also have experience providing direct support to vulnerable individuals. Alongside, up-to-date knowledge and understanding of legislation relating to domestic violence including civil and criminal legislation and welfare rights will also be desirable


Why work with us?
Our non-salary benefits include 24 days’ holiday per annum plus all public bank holidays (pro rata for part-time staff), your birthday off every year and 3% employer contributory pension. Sometimes there’s even cake

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