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The Trust

Vacancies

Project CARA Bilingual Facilitators - West Midlands

Job Title:                  Bilingual CARA Facilitator 

Hours:                         Sessional (Casual Hours)
Salary:                         Competitive hourly rate
Area:                           Sites across the West Midlands

The Hampton Trust is delighted to be working in partnership with West Midlands Police to pilot delivery of their award winning CARA programme to the general population, as well as Sikh and Polish communities. We will be working with a range of local partners and stakeholders to adapt CARA to specific target groups and delivery of the programme will undergo a rigorous evaluation. 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. 

If you are fluent and bilingual in English/Polish or Punjabi/English this could be an exciting next step for you in your career development. Project CARA has attracted national and global interest and our most recent results continue to endorse the positive impact of this innovative programme.  CARA training will be delivered in English, however, the Polish and Punjabi group work will be required to be delivered in Polish and Punjabi.

If you are interested in an exciting 2018 challenge and career development as a CARA facilitator, please contact us for further information. You will undertake group work training and supported by The Hampton Trust, to enable you to co-facilitate delivery of the conditional caution workshops to groups of low risk offenders of domestic abuse.  

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

Tracy Rutherford on 02380001061 or info@hamptontrust.org.uk 

Closing date: Ongoing recruitment


Application Pack:

 Please email your completed application to:
jobs@hamptontrust.org.uk 

CARA Facilitators - West Midlands/Leicestershire/Hampshire

Job Title:                    CARA Facilitators
Hours:                         Sessional
Salary:                         Competitive hourly rate
Area:                           Sites across the West Midlands/Leicester & Hampshire

The Hampton Trust run project CARA (our early intervention for offenders for domestic abuse) in partnership with Hampshire, West Midlands and Leicestershire police. We will be working with a range of local partners and stakeholders to adapt CARA to specific target groups and delivery of the programme will undergo a rigorous evaluation. 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 2018 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.  The group work CARA training will also be delivered to bilingual Polish and Punjabi facilitators, providing opportunities to network with local partners. 

Closing date: Ongoing recruitment

Application Pack:

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

Tracy Rutherford on 02380001061 or info@hamptontrust.org.uk 


Please email your completed application to:jobs@hamptontrust.org.uk

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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:                    Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Coordinator

Hours:                        18.75 hours per week

Contract:                    Permanent    

Salary:                        £23,000 per annum (pro rata)

Area:                          Isle of Wight

Full training will be provided to enable you to play a key role in the development and delivery of a range of established and innovative interventions and projects. Part of the role will consist of working directly with perpetrators of domestic abuse, including suitability and risk assessments, delivery of interventions, facilitation of group programmes, and report writing. Additionally, you will spend some of your time co-locating within social work teams, sharing your expertise and knowledge in perpetrator work.

Experience of delivering interventions to perpetrators of domestic abuse is desirable; however, we will consider applications from candidates who demonstrate an aptitude for the role and can demonstrate a good understanding of the dynamics of domestic abuse, and the impacts on victims, children and families, as well as prior experience of working with vulnerable adults. 

Please note that the role requires travel around the county, and own transport is essential                       

Should you wish to discuss this role before application contact:

Dean Hatton on Telephone: 023 8000 1061

Closing date: 12pm Thursday 6th December 2018

Interviews: Monday 10th December 2018

 

 

 

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