Devon Combined IDVA
We are looking for a Combined Independent Domestic Violence Advisor for 37 hours a week based at our Exeter office with opportunities to work from home. The role will cover Exeter, East and Mid Devon.
You will be part of an experienced team providing high quality advice, guidance and support to victims of domestic violence and/or abuse enabling them to live safely.
Closing Date: Noon Friday 10th December 2021
Building Bridges Project Assistant
Do you want to support people in moving forward from their experiences of domestic abuse and sexual violence? We are looking for an enthusiastic key worker to support individuals progress into training, education, and employment. Join us in our holistic approach to addressing the barriers and challenges our participants face and moving them closer to achieving their goals. We welcome trainees to apply for this post as full training and subsequent coaching will be provided. This post is 22hours per week. Fixed term until Feb 2023
Closing date: 12 noon on Thursday 9th December 2021
Deputy Manager Phoenix Project
Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence need to stop. Help us make it happen.
The Phoenix Project is an exciting and innovative service, delivering sexual violence and domestic abuse services across Wiltshire and Swindon. Join us at a time of growth and development to support victims and children and help perpetrators change their behaviour.
To support the growing expansion of our services, we are recruiting for a new Deputy Manager for the Phoenix Project. With responsibility for the support of adult victims of domestic abuse, you will lead an innovative and experienced team of Independent Domestic Violence Advisors (IDVAs) and Domestic Abuse Specialist Advisors (DASAs) to support hundreds of victims of domestic abuse, stalking and harassment.
You will have direct experience of supporting vulnerable people and of working in a multi-agency environment, exceptional communication skills and a dedication to safeguarding. We are keen to hear from passionate individuals who are motivated to help change lives for the better.
Staff who work at Splitz gain amazing experience across our full range of services, incorporating domestic abuse, sexual violence and behaviour change. You will be joining the organisation at an exciting time, with a new Chief Executive leading the charity and with an opportunity to influence our future direction.
Splitz recognises the importance of the well-being of our staff and all post holders are provided with independent clinical supervision alongside supervision and case management. We offer 25 days annual leave in addition all bank holidays (FTE) and the opportunity for some working from home.
We are proud to be an all-inclusive service, supporting victims regardless of: age, gender, sexuality, or relationship status. We welcome applications from all of our community, including males.
It is an exciting time to join Splitz Support Service Board of Trustees and we are seeking Trustees with a passion for our work and the skills to contribute to the good governance of the organisation as we develop the charity and its services into a new strategic era.
Volunteer Role - Community Champions
This is an exciting time! Let’s tackle domestic abuse and sexual violence together across the South West.
We are looking for empathic, creative and enthusiastic individuals to join our team of Volunteer Community Champions.
Volunteer Opportunities - Buddy Scheme
There are two voluntary roles within this scheme, each requiring different skills and offering their own rewards. Have a look here (link) to find out more about the Buddy Scheme and see below for more information about the roles.
- Volunteer Mentor/Befriender
- Volunteer Lead - Mentor/Befriender