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The Trust

Vacancies

Bilingual CARA Facilitators - West Midlands

Job Title:                    CARA Facilitators bilingual in Polish and English

                                    CARA Facilitators bilingual in Punjabi and English

Hours:                         Sessional
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 Sikh and Polish communities.  It will also be delivered to the general population. 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.  Adapting CARA to be responsive to Sikh and Polish communities is an exciting next step for this programme which has attracted national and global interest.  You must be fluent in either Polish or Punjabi.  CARA training will be delivered in English, however the group work will be required to be delivered in Polish and Punjabi.

If you are interested in an exciting 2017 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.  

 

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

Tracy Rutherford on 02380001061 or fleur.sclarandis@hamptontrust.org.uk

Closing date: Ongoing recruitment


Application Pack:

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

CARA Facilitators - Leicestershire

Job Title:                    CARA Facilitators
Hours:                         Sessional (usually delivered across Leicestershire)
Salary:                         Competitive hourly rate
Area:                           Central Leicestershire

The Hampton Trust is delighted to be working in partnership with Leicestershire Police to pilot delivery of their award winning CARA programme to the general population. 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 2017 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. 

We are recruiting CARA facilitators to work in collaboration with The Hampton Trust Domestic Abuse Team to co-facilitate the delivery of CARA workshops in Leicester. You will be responsible for the co-delivery of the Conditional Caution Workshops to groups of low risk offenders of domestic abuse. 

Closing date: Ongoing recruitment

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

Tracy Rutherford on 02380001061 or fleur.sclarandis@hamptontrust.org.uk

Application Pack:

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

CARA Facilitators - West Midlands

Job Title:                    CARA Facilitators
Hours:                         Sessional
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 Sikh and Polish communities.  It will also be delivered to the general population. 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.  CARA will be delivered in Polish and Punjabi, however we are looking to pilot groups to the general population in order to provide comparative data.

If you are interested in an exciting 2017 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 fleur.sclarandis@hamptontrust.org.uk


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

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We aim to change the public narrative from ‘why doesn’t she leave’ to ‘why doesn’t he stop?’

DVIP and Hampton Trust are delighted to have been appointed by the Drive Partnership as service provider for their innovative approach to holding those perpetrating domestic abuse in West Sussex to account.

Our Drive Project is one of three pilot sites across the UK including South Wales and Essex.  Service provision will incorporate the areas of Worthing and Crawley working in close partnership with existing services/agencies in the area.

The Drive Project is a community-based intervention for perpetrators (service users) of domestic abuse whose victims are assessed as at a high risk of significant harm or fatality, aged 16 years and over. The service from the Drive Project, will offer a risk and needs led response that proactively works with this potentially involuntary client group in a multimodal way; striving for behavioural and attitudinal change. The service, delivered in the context of multi-agency response, will develop a tailored case management and intervention plan that meets needs, addresses offending and motivates active engagement in activities that will produce sustained behavioural change; whilst minimising risk to victims and keeping their safety paramount. DVIP and Hampton Trust are looking to complete the appointment of a multi-skilled team by recruiting to the following posts:-

1 x Drive Case Worker

£29,558 (p.a. + 3% contribution to an auto enrolled pension)
Fixed term until 31st March 2019 (initially)

37.5 hpw (Flexibility required as evening and occasional weekend work is essential)   

Part time and Job share applications considered.

 

We also welcome applications for secondments from applicants who have secured agreement for this from their employers.

 

The successful applicant will have demonstrable experience of working with perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) or other similar involuntary client groups.  Applicants must have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the dynamics and complexities of DVA and its effects on individuals, families and communities.

Please see the accompanying case study which illustrates the approach this important role will play in delivering the Drive Project. Further information can also be  found at: http://driveproject.org.uk/

A current valid driving licence and the ability to provide a suitable vehicle for work are essential.

All posts will be subject to suitable employment screening checks which includes eligibility to work in the UK, Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and a minimum of two previous employment references.  Posts may also be subject to key partner agency screening processes.

For more information about DRIVE visit: www.driveproject.org.uk 

 

Closing Date  9am- 5th March 2018

Interview: 8th March 2018

Application Pack:

 

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The Hampton Trust is a passionate, dynamic well respected organisation working towards breaking the cycles of violence, abuse, conflict and exploitation.  Delivering services across Hampshire, West Sussex, West Midlands, Leicestershire and The Channel Islands

 We have the following vacancy: -

LINX Gateway Senior Practitioner

Salary up to £26,000 pa

The post will be based at The Hampton Trust Head Office in Ashurst New Forest, Southampton.

37.5 hours per week 

2 year fixed term contract

Aims of the Post: 

The Gateway Project is a multi-agency initiative designed to respond to the needs of young adult offenders aged between 18-24 years across Southampton.  As the LINX Gateway Senior Practitioner you will contriubute to the operational delivery of the LINX workshop element of the project.  This will include working in partnership with Hampshire Constabulary, Gateway Navigators and partner agencies to effectively deliver the Gateway intervention. 

The successful candidate will need to be able to demonstrate: -

  • An ability to deliver group work to vulnerable and disengaged young adults
  • An understanding of the criminal justice system and its impacts on young adults
  • The ability to contribute towards delivery of an innovative pilot project
  • The ability to work across boundaries and influence partners
  • The ability to deliver multi-agency training
  • The ability to work well within in a fast paced environment and adapt to situations that arise

We encourage growth and self-awareness within this post.

For further details and an application pack please contact:

                            Fleur Sclarandis Development Manager, The Hampton Trust,

Tel: 023 8000 9898 or email: jobs@hamptontrust.org.uk or

www.hamptontrust.org.uk

 

Closing date:  7th March 2018                  Interview date: 14th March 2018

 

 Application Pack:

 

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