We are looking for a Project Worker to manage a case load of women who are affected, or at risk of being affected, by the Criminal Justice System and who are experiencing immigration restrictions.
The purpose of the role is to work holistically with the women to provide advocacy, support, advice, guidance and create opportunities for their self-development and wellbeing.
Salary: £22,950 – £27,030 pro-rata
Duration: One year, renewable subject to funding
Hours: full-time / 35 hours (part-time hours considered)
Reporting to: Head of Community and Prison Services
Responsible for: volunteers and mentors
Location: Hibiscus office and Women’s Centre with frequent travel to and work from other London women’s centres and hubs. There is therefore a requirement to travel across London on a weekly basis.
The purpose of this role is
- to manage a case load of women affected or at risk of being affected by the Criminal Justice System and under immigration restrictions
- to work holistically with the women to provide advocacy, support, advice, guidance and create opportunities for their self-development and wellbeing.
We welcome applications from women who have had some experience of working with vulnerable people, who demonstrate exceptional aptitude and attitude, who have a real interest in this particular work, but who may not satisfy all the desirable role requirements. Such a candidate must be willing to undertake training and development to equip herself for the role.
The Community staff team is currently under-represented with staff members who have had first-hand experience of the Criminal Justice and Immigration systems. We would welcome such applicants.
Please send completed application form together with Equality and Diversity monitoring form to: email@example.com
Closing date: 30th September 2019
Interviews: Week commencing 7th October