Thames Valley Partnership is recruiting a team of staff to run our Victims First - Willow Project, which supports adult victims of all forms of exploitation (such as modern slavery and trafficking) and/or with other complex needs and will provide specialist support for victims and their families providing them with crisis intervention, advocacy and longer term practical and emotional support.
We have 6 Project Crisis & Support Worker roles in all (2 per county) to cover Berkshire (to be based in Reading), Buckinghamshire (to be based in Denham) and Oxfordshire (based in Oxford). This role is 30 hours per week. Please note that whilst there will be a general office base per county, as suggested above, these roles are generally not office based roles as you will be largely out and about in your given geographical area.
Postholder Reports to: Project Crisis & Support Coordinator
Role: To provide prevention, intervention and crisis support to anyone who is/has experienced or is deemed to be at risk of any form of exploitation (i.e. sexual, modern slavery, criminal, financial) and to identify and engage with these individuals on a one-to-one basis, enabling them to access services and make positive, empowering choices to change their lives.
Closing date for applications: 8am on Thursday 13th September
Interviews will be held on: 19th & 20th September at Chilton, Bucks HP18 9NA
A full Job Description and an Application Form can be downloaded from the Thames Valley Partnership website at: www.thamesvalleypartnership.org.uk.
Note: We will only consider candidates who present their information using the Application Form provided
Thames Valley Partnership is an equal opportunities employer; the aim of our policy is to ensure no job applicant, employee or worker is discriminated against either directly or indirectly on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religious belief, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age or disability. We do not disbar applicants with criminal convictions and are mindful of the requirements of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, 1974