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Group Facilitator

  • Location

    Derby, Derbyshire

  • Sector:

    Housing & Property Services, Housing Needs

  • Job type:

    Contract/Interim

  • Salary:

    Up to £23617 per annum

  • Consultant:

    Josh Meek

  • Email:

    housing@sellickpartnership.co.uk

  • Reference:

    JM/GF47_1634900980

  • Published:

    3 months ago

  • Duration:

    Permanent

  • Expiry date:

    2021-11-21

  • Start date:

    asap

  • Consultant:

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Group Facilitator

Domestic abuse perpetrator programme

Fixed term role - 12 months

£23617 per annum

37 hours a week (Mon-Fri)

Location - Amber Valley (South Derbyshire)

As a 'Changes Project Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programme Facilitator, you will deliver a Respect Accredited structured programme-based intervention to both male and female perpetrators of domestic abuse, assessed at standard or medium risk, who have acknowledged their behaviour and demonstrated a desire to change.

Working alongside dedicated Partner Support Workers to ensure the safety of survivors and their children is at the heart of the intervention. You will deliver a programme that aims to hold perpetrators of domestic abuse to account, support individuals to reduce incidents of abuse and help develop skills and strategies to engage in healthy, non-abusive relationships. You will undertake group and one to one work with clients (perpetrators) who have chosen to attend the Changes Project.

The client are looking for individuals who are able to work empathetically and within strict professional boundaries, and are committed to building strong relationships with a wide range of professional agencies.

You will have substantial experience of working with individuals and families who have experienced domestic abuse; and be able to demonstrate your understanding of the impact domestic abuse can have on the lives of those who experience it.

You will have demonstrable experience of carrying out risk assessments and a good working knowledge of safeguarding and the range of statutory and voluntary agencies responding to the needs of those at risk from domestic abuse.

It is essential for this role that you have a valid UK driving licence and unrestricted access to a vehicle as the programme will be delivered at locations across the county in partnership with the Elm Foundation.

Training from RESPECT will be provided as part of this role.


Working Pattern:
Monday to Friday - please note some evening work will be required up to 8:30pm (maximum 2 days) to enable access to groups.

If you feel you have the relevant experience or would like a further chat regarding the position, please send your CV to josh.meek@sellickpartnership.co.uk