JOB VACANCY: SAFE! – Several roles within the Young Victims Service and Building Respectful Families

Following funding success with the Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner, The National Lottery Community Fund and Children in Need, SAFE! is recruiting to several roles across the Thames Valley for both the Young Victims Service and Building Respectful Families, working with families affected by Child on Parent Violence.

Young Victim Service Project Workers x 3 

Locations: Opportunities across the Thames Valley

Hours: Between 15 and 22.5 per week

Salary: £24,313 – £26,317 pro rata (NJC 18-21)

 

Building Respectful Families Manager

Location: Oxford or Bracknell with travel across the Thames Valley

Hours: 30 hours per week

Salary: £32,029 – £33,799 pro rata (NJC 29-31)

 

BRF Engagement & Learning Coordinator

Location: Oxford with travel across the Thames Valley

Hours: 22.5 per week

Salary: £29,636 – £31,371 pro rata (NJC 26-28)

 

BRF Senior Practitioner x 2

Location: 1 in Oxford, 1 in Bracknell

Hours: 30 hours per week

Salary: £29,636 – £31,371 pro rata (NJC 26-28)

 

BRF Project Worker x 4

Locations: Opportunities across the Thames Valley

Hours: Between 15 and 22.5 per week

Salary: £24,313 – £26,317 pro rata (NJC 18-21)

 

For full job descriptions and person specifications, please visit our website http://www.safeproject.org.uk/youngPeople/vacancies.php

 

For the Young Victim’s Service Project Workers, we are particularly interested in hearing from professionals with experience of whole family or supporting children as young as five, and particularly those able to cover Milton Keynes, Banbury, Reading, High Wycombe or West Berkshire.

 

SAFE! works across the Thames Valley.  There are currently office bases in Oxford and Bracknell and desk sharing arrangements in Bicester and Newbury.  Some home-working will also be considered. As some roles are part-time, we may consider applications to two posts in order to make up full-time hours.

These roles will require some travel around the region. In return SAFE! offers competitive rewards and benefits including pension, flexible working and 28 days annual leave (pro rata), as well as the opportunity to play a key role in this award-winning charity at an exciting time.

 

Appointments will be subject to references and checks made by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) satisfactory to SAFE!

 

To apply, please forward your CV along with a detailed supporting statement setting out how you meet the requirements of the role to recruitment@safeproject.org.uk

 

Closing date: Monday 4 February by 23.59. Interviews are likely to be held the week commencing 10 February.