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The Trust



CARA Facilitators - Avon & Somerset

  • Job Title:                   CARA Group Facilitators
  • Hours:                       Sessional (Saturdays only)
  • Salary:                       Competitive hourly rate
  • Area:                          Sites across Avon & Somerset (Bristol & Taunton)

The Hampton Trust run project CARA (our early intervention awareness raising workshops for offenders for domestic abuse), in partnership with Hampshire Constabulary, West Midlands Police, Leicestershire Police and Avon & Somerset Constabulary. We will be working with a range of local partners and stakeholders to deliver CARA across sites in Avon & Somerset, initially venues in Taunton and Bristol.This is ground-breaking work with potential to inform and influence the criminal justice response to domestic abuse and low risk offenders. 

We are seeking dynamic, self-motivated individuals who thrive on new challenges and being involved in developmental projects.  CARA has been successfully delivered across Hampshire since 2012, attracting national and global interest.  

If you are interested in an exciting 2019 challenge and career development as a CARA facilitator you will undertake group work training and supported by The Hampton Trust will co-facilitate delivery of the conditional caution workshops to groups of low risk offenders of domestic abuse.  

Closing date: 2nd January 2019

Interviews (via skype/telephone): 4th January 2019

4 days Training: 11th/12th January 2019 & 18th/19th January 2019


Application Pack:

Should you wish more details or to discuss this role before application contact:

Tracy Rutherford on 02380001061 or 

Please email your completed application

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The Hampton Trust is a passionate, dynamic and well respected organisation working to tackle domestic abuse and rebuild the lives of those affected by it. We provide a variety of award winning programmes and deliver services designed to engage and strengthen individuals, families, organisations and communities across Hampshire, Isle of Wight,  West Midlands, Leicestershire, West Sussex and the Channel Islands.  We are looking to appoint a Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Coordinator. This is an exciting opportunity to join an innovative team delivering domestic abuse services across the Isle of Wight.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Domestic Abuse Services team.  

Job Title:                    1 x Engage Case Manager

Hours:                         37.5 hours per week

Contract:                    Until 31st March 2021

Salary:                         £23,000 per annum

Area:                           Worthing, West Sussex

Job Purpose:

To Provide direct support to perpetrators of domestic abuse, as part of the multi-skilled team within Connect: a new and holistic service, created with survivors of domestic abuse, to offer a coordinated response for the whole family. Delivering an approach, centred in safeguarding and risk management, that supports people experiencing domestic abuse who wish to remain in their relationship. You will be part of an exciting partnership between The Hampton Trust, Aurora New Dawn, The You Trust, WSCC and SafeLives who are working together to fill the gaps in the response to domestic violence and abuse.

Responsible for:

To contribute to achieving the overall aims and objectives of Connect. Engaging and working directly with perpetrators of abuse whose partners are being supported by Connect you will provide specialist interventions through 1-1 and group work to increase accountability and responsibility, address behaviours and improve outcomes for individuals and the whole family. Ensuring that the safety and risk management of survivors and their children remains central to the process. You will work alongside and support the Connect team, helping to increase awareness and safety of survivors and ensuring children are appropriately supported. You will contribute to creating a multi-agency culture of engaging with perpetrators of abuse and a joint approach to managing risk and supporting whole families.



Should you wish to discuss this role before application contact:

Dean Hatton on Telephone: 02380 001061 

Closing date: 9 am 31st January 2019

Interviews:  8th February 2019


Application Pack:

 Enagagement case manager JD.docx

Application form.doc

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form May 2014.doc








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