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Domestic Violence Outreach Worker

Apply2019-06-03 12:56:531970-01-01Resourcing Group Futures

Domestic Violence Outreach Worker

Date posted: June 3, 2019
£11 - £13 per hour
Greater Manchester, England
Job description

Role: Domestic Violence Outreach Worker

Based: Greater Manchester

Salary: £11 - 13 ph (dependent on experience)

Length: 3 months ongoing

Start: Immediate

Our client, a Supported Housing Provider based in Greater Manchester, is looking to recruit a Domestic Violence Outreach Worker on a 3 month ongoing basis.


  • Supporting clients affected by domestic violence in the community, their own homes and through drop in support
  • Working with clients with standard to medium risk and supporting them with both their practical and emotional needs and to manage their safety and risk
  • Assessing referrals, inducting clients to service and handling resettlement duties
  • Setting up and reviewing safety plans, support plans and carrying out risks and needs assessments
  • Completing CAADA DASH RIC assessment and where necessary referring clients to IDVA services and MARAC
  • Facilitating additional and specialist support including sanctuary schemes, freedom programmes, mental health and substance misuse assistance and parental support
  • Liaising with partner agencies and specialist services including legal services, social services, the NHS, MH and SM charities, Victim Support, CJS, DWP and the Council's Housing and Benefit departments
  • Supporting clients in benefit, grants and loan applications
  • Encouraging independent living and community engagement
  • Arranging activities and communal events
  • Advising on all aspects of housing and tenancy management and assisting with tenancy sustainment and income maximisation (i.e. advising on arrears and available benefits)

Having worked with this client for a number of years we have found them to develop interim and permanent staff and encourage team working and training.

Essential Requirements:

  • Valid UK driving license and own car
  • Current enhanced DBS
  • Experience of supporting victims of domestic violence

For details on this or any other role please contact Ria Hjelm-Smith on 0161 413 5771 or email

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

Reference: 3947_1559563013