PAC Case Manager

Location
Various sites across London
Ref
SWA2743
Salary
£31,000-£34,000 dependent on experience
Closing date
Hours
37.5 hours per week
Contract type
Fixed Term - Until 31st of March 2020
Interview date

Solace Women’s Aid exists to bring to an end the harm done through domestic and sexual violence to all survivors and in particular women and children. Our work is holistic and empowering, working alongside survivors to achieve independent lives free from abuse.

Following a successful transformation fund bid to extend our work with perpetrators, an exciting opportunity has arisen to work as a Prevent & Change (PAC) Case Manager across the three London boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham.

The PAC project aims to increase the safety of domestic violence survivors and their children by working directly and indirectly with prolific domestic violence perpetrators. Operating within a multi-agency framework, alongside the Development and Implementation Manager, you’ll be familiar with managing your own case load to support disrupt and desist activity for perpetrators & undertaking 1-2-1/group work where appropriate.

By ensuring perpetrators are supported to change and/or held to account for their harmful behaviour, you’ll also provide experience in risk & case management and be a central element of monthly PAC Panels.

The successful candidate will also need to undertake assessments with perpetrators to identify the perpetrator’s level of risk/needs, and willingness to engage in support. Understanding of how to balance caseload priorities and interventions with supportive behaviour change work will be essential.

A core component of this will be maintaining close working relationships with key partner agencies and professionals including survivor support services, the police, housing, social services and drug/alcohol agencies so that robust risk & case management plans are followed.

We're looking for highly organised, self-motivated applicants with a passion for ending violence against women and girls and confidence in their ability to successfully deliver projects with hard to reach individuals. They will also have a demonstrable commitment to Solace’s feminist approach. Training and support for this role will be provided as necessary.

As this role is not protected under current equalities act legislation both women and men are free to apply.
 

How to apply

To apply please complete and send the Application Form AND Equality Monitoring form to [email protected] by the closing date above. If for any reason you are having trouble downloading the documents, please email us and we will send the documents to you.

Unfortunately we do not accept CVs.

Please ensure you send the correct documents by the closing date, as late applications will not be accepted.

Due to the number of applications we receive, Solace Women’s Aid cannot communicate further with applicants who are not shortlisted for interview. If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application was not successful this time.

Solace Women’s Aid values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applicants from black minority and ethnic communities.

Solace is a Disability Confident employer. Please feel free to email us at [email protected] if you require any additional support to apply for this role.

This service is run by women for women and is therefore restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, and Part 1. Section 7(2) e of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 apply. The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act.

An enhanced DBS (Disclosure Barring Service) disclosure will be required for this role

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