IDVA

2019-03-08 13:32:562019-03-23Resourcing Group Futures
Job TypePermanent
LocationBasildon
AreaEssex, EnglandBasildon
SectorDomestic Violence - IDVA
Salary£21000 - £24000 per annum
CurrencyGBP
Start Dateasap
Job Ref53453_1552051975
Job Views63
Description

Role: IDVA

Based: Basildon

Length: Perm

Full time hours

Start date: ASAP

Synopsis of duties:

Working closely with victims of domestic and sexual violence in order to provide a high quality independent advocacy and support service

  • Managing a caseload of 30 high risk victims
  • Supporting client both over the phone and face to face and providing both crisis management and on going support
  • Informing clients on the full range of civil, criminal and practical options that might increase their safety
  • Carrying out CAADA DASH Assessments and advising on safety plans and risk minimisation
  • Assessing referrals, signposting to additional services and supporting client is finding refuge accommodation
  • Making referrals to and attending MARAC and Child Protection conferences
  • Carrying out joint working with GPs, Health Visitors, Schools, Solicitors, Counselling Services, Housing, the Police, Probation, Social Services and various Refuge Providers
  • Attending Court and advocating on clients behalf and advising clients on all aspects of the criminal justice system
  • Assisting clients with witness statements, advising on legal options and signposting to Legal Services
  • Signposting client on to Housing, Benefit, Immigration and Legal services
  • Accompanying client to Court and supporting them through trial process

Essential Requirements:

Enhanced DBS within the last 12 months

CADDA Qualified

For details on this or any other role please contact Holley Najera on 0207 264 0715 or email holley.najera@resourcinggroup.co.uk

Resourcing Group is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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