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Exiting Caseworker (Specialism in Sexual Violence)

Salary £27,951 - (37.5 hours per week) Permanent

At women@thewell we work tirelessly to improve the lives of women involved in or at risk of being involved in prostitution. We do this with our front line support to around 300 women each year, and through our campaigning and policy work to influence, shape and change the political environment.

About the service: We are a medium sized specialist charity, with high quality frontline services operating in North and East London. We work at the forefront of developments in women centred, trauma responsive provision.

This is an exciting time of growth for women@thewell, we are looking for women who want to improve the lives of women to join our team as we work towards the abolition of the sex trade.

About the role: Working across the organisation, you will be providing specialised input and proactive support to women, who have experienced sexual violence. You will possess strong crisis management skills, with key strengths in risk management, planning and safeguarding. Whilst managing a caseload, you will be working collaboratively with both the statutory and voluntary sectors to ensure that women are supported to access justice as victims of sexual violence, in a holistic and empowering way.

For this role, we need a multi-skilled individual, who possesses an ISVA qualification or if not, a willingness to work towards one.

About you: resilient and flexible in your approach to the needs of women, self-motivated and driven to make change happen. You will have experience of working with external agencies and networking. You will have worked with people experiencing various aspects of severe and multiple disadvantage, e.g. rough sleeping or problems with accommodation, substance use issues, mental health issues, experiences of sexual violence, problems with the criminal justice system or the immigration system or victims of trafficking and modern slavery

In return, we offer great employee benefits including five percent employer pension contribution, a generous holiday entitlement, reflective practice and external clinical supervision along with a strong focus on learning and development. Contact recruitment@watw.org.uk or 54-55 Birkenhead Street London WC1H 8BB for an application pack. Application deadline: 2nd September 2019

Interviews are scheduled to take place on WC 9TH of September and WC 16th September.

THIS POST IS EXEMPT UNDER THE EQUALITY ACT 2010 SCHEDULE 9, PART 1APPLICATION OPEN TO WOMEN ONLY


Employment and Exiting Caseworker

Salary - Salary £27,951

(37.5 hours per week) Permanent

At women@thewell we work tirelessly to improve the lives of women involved in or at risk of involvement in prostitution. We do this with our front line support to around 300 women each year, and through our campaigning and policy work to influence, shape and change the political environment.

About the service: We are a medium sized specialist charity, with high quality frontline services operating in North and East London. We work at the forefront of developments in women centred, trauma responsive provision.

This is an exciting time of growth for women@thewell, we are looking for women who want to improve the lives of women to join our team as we work towards the abolition of the sex trade.

About the role: We are seeking a dynamic and creative individual to support women to exit prostitution through employability. You will need to be self-motivated and pro-active in the role from the outset. Part of the role will be to consult, plan and deliver a pre-employment programme tailored to the needs of the women we support. You will also manage a small caseload and preparing women to work with other social enterprises in other locations across London.

About you: resilient and flexible in your approach to the needs of women, self-motivated and driven to make change happen. You will have experience of working with external agencies and networking. You will have worked with people experiencing various aspects of severe and multiple disadvantage, e.g. rough sleeping or problems with accommodation, substance use issues, mental health issues, experiences of sexual violence, problems with the criminal justice system or the immigration system or victims of trafficking and modern slavery

In return, we offer great employee benefits including five percent employer pension contribution, a generous holiday entitlement, reflective practice and external clinical supervision along with a strong focus on learning and development.

Contact recruitment@watw.org.uk or 54-55 Birkenhead Street London WC1H 8BB for an application pack.

Application deadline: 2ND September 2019

Interview Dates WC: 9Th September/ WC 16TH September

THIS POST IS EXEMPT UNDER THE EQUALITY ACT 2010 SCHEDULE 9, PART 1. APPLICATION OPEN TO WOMEN ONLY


Advocacy and Support Team Member

£27,951.75

Are you passionate about advocating for and supporting women involved with prostitution?

Do you aspire to offer women centred, trauma responsive provision?

This is an exciting time of growth for women@thewell, we are looking for women to join our team, who wants to improve the lives of women involved with or at risk of involvement in prostitution- as we work towards the abolition of the sex trade.

About the service: We are a medium sized charity, working tirelessly to improve the lives of women involved in or at risk of prostitution. We support around 300 women each year through our drop in, advocacy, outreach and exiting services. Through our national and international campaigning and policy work women@thewell seek to influence, shape and change the political environment regarding sexual exploitation.

Are you passionate about supporting women affected by prostitution?

About the role:

We are offering an opportunity to be part of a dedicated team. who support and advocate for women who access our drop in in Kings Cross. You will be working in a client led trauma responsive approach to help empower women affected by or at risk of prostitution to achieve their goals. This is a varied role involving advocating and liaising with a wide range of services both statutory and third sector, staffing a drop in and supporting women with appointments.

About you: You will be resilient and flexible in your approach to the needs of women, self-motivated and driven to support change. You will have experience of advocating for and supporting women experiencing various aspects of severe and multiple disadvantage, e.g. rough sleeping or problems with accommodation, substance use issues, mental health issues, benefits issues, experiences of sexual violence and/or domestic abuse, problems with the criminal justice system or the immigration system or victims of trafficking and modern slavery. You will be an excellent listener who can think therapeutically and empathically about how to help your clients achieve their goals.

In return, we offer great employee benefits including five percent employer pension contribution, a generous holiday entitlement, reflective practice and external clinical supervision along with a strong focus on learning and development.

Contact recruitment@watw.org.uk or 54-55 Birkenhead Street London WC1H 8BB for an application pack. 

Application deadline: 2nd September 2019

Interview Dates: WC 9th September/ WC 16TH September

THIS POST IS EXEMPT UNDER THE EQUALITY ACT 2010 SCHEDULE 9, PART 1APPLICATION OPEN TO WOMEN ONLY


Team Leader – Advocacy and Support

£30,000

(£3,000 supplement for Social Worker with Practice Education qualification) plus 5% Employer pension contribution)

Are you passionate about managing a team who advocate for and support women involved with prostitution?

Do you aspire to offer women centred, trauma responsive provision?

This is an exciting time of growth for women@thewell, we are looking for women to join our team, who want to improve the lives of women involved with or at risk of involvement in prostitution- as we work towards the abolition of the sex trade.

About the service: We are a medium sized charity, working tirelessly to improve the lives of women involved in or at risk of prostitution. We support around 300 women each year through our drop in, advocacy, outreach and exiting services. Through our national and international campaigning and policy work women@thewell seek to influence, shape and change the political environment regarding sexual exploitation.

About the role: You will manage the delivery of our drop in service ensuring effective, high quality support and advocacy to women involved in prostitution. You will also work closely with external agencies, volunteers and the Centre Manager. Women@thewell aspires to offer a service that is respectful of the trauma clients may have experienced and this role will require a good understanding of how this will permeate the way the services are offered and managed.

About you: You will be

  • resilient and flexible in your approach to the needs of women,
  • self-motivated and driven to make change happen
  • able to think therapeutically and holistically about the needs of clients and your team.
  • You will possess strong crisis management skills
  • key strengths in risk management, planning and safeguarding.
  • the confidence and experience to manage a team.
  • Experience of service delivery and have worked with people experiencing various aspects of severe and multiple disadvantage, e.g. rough sleeping or problems with accommodation, substance use issues, mental health issues, experiences of sexual violence, problems with the criminal justice system or the immigration system or victims of trafficking and modern slavery.

In return, we offer great employee benefits including five percent employer pension contribution, a generous holiday entitlement, reflective practice and external clinical supervision along with a strong focus on learning and development.

Contact recruitment@watw.org.uk or 54-55 Birkenhead Street London WC1H 8BB for an application pack. 

Application deadline: 2nd September 2019

Interview Dates: WC 9TH September/ WC 16TH September

THIS POST IS EXEMPT UNDER THE EQUALITY ACT 2010 SCHEDULE 9, PART 1 APPLICATION OPEN TO WOMEN ONLY


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