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Domestic Violence Support Worker  

Degree Six - Coventry, West Midlands, West Midlands, UK

Our client is an established support service for ethnic minority women and children who have been suffering from Domestic Violence abuse. Domestic Violence Work careers... £20,000 per annum

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from: totaljobs.com - 5 days ago

National Domestic Violence Workers  

Refuge - City of London, London, South East, UK

Refuge opened the world’s first safe house for women and children fleeing domestic violence in Chiswick, West London in 1971. Since then the charity has grown to become the country’s largest single provider... Domestic Violence careers... £27,177 to £31,525 per annum

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from: totaljobs.com - 6 days ago

National Domestic Violence Workers  

REFUGE - London, South East England

Refuge opened the world’s first safe house for women and children fleeing domestic violence in Chiswick, West London in 1971. Since then the charity has grown to become the country’s largest single provider... domestic violence specialist... 27177.0000 - 31525.00

from: reed.co.uk (+6 sources) - 6 days ago

Domestic Violence Support Worker  

Degree-Six Recruitment Ltd - Coventry, West Midlands (County), United Kingdom

Our client is an established support service for ethnic minority women and children who have been suffering from Domestic Violence abuse. This service provides a range of care including Refuge, Counselling... domestic violence support group facilitator... £20000/annum pro rata

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from: CV-library.co.uk - 12 days ago

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Independent Domestic Violence Advocate  

Search Consultancy - Manchester, Lancashire

The role of the IDVA service is to provide professional advice, information and support to survivors of intimate partner violence living in the community about the range, effectiveness and suitability... independent domestic violence advocate... 15.00

from: reed.co.uk (+4 sources) - 6 days ago

Independent Domestic Violence Advocate  

Degree-Six Recruitment Ltd - Coventry, West Midlands (County), United Kingdom

We are recruiting for an Independent Domestic Violence advocate to join an established support service for ethnic minority women and children who have been suffering from Domestic Violence abuse. This... domestic violence social worker... £23000/annum pro rata

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from: CV-library.co.uk - 12 days ago

Support Worker - Morgan Hunt  

Morgan Hunt - England

Morgan Hunt is a multi award winning Employment Business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities... domestic violence case manager...

from: neuvoo.co.uk - Yesterday

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Domestic abuse caseworker (Sessional)  

Community Links (London) - England, GB

We provide solution-focused interventions to children and families affected by domestic abuse via a variety of methods including one-to-one work, and group work, including Jigsaw and Gateway Programmes... national domestic violence workers female...

from: ziprecruiter.co.uk - Yesterday

Young Persons Independent Domestic & Sexual Violence Advocate  

Hays - Barking, London, South East, UK

Hays are recruiting for a leading charity dedicated to supporting victims of crime and traumatic incidents in London. Our purpose is to provide specialist help to support people to cope and recover to... domestic violence abuse casework coordinator... £24785.00 - £26855.53 per annum

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from: totaljobs.com - 18 days ago

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Mental Health Practitioner | Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust  

Camden And Islington NHS Foundation Trust - England, GB

Summary Are you interested in bringing about change in the way that services are designed & delivered for people experiencing co-existing un-treated mental health & substance use issues? Fulfilling Lives... national domestic violence...

from: ziprecruiter.co.uk - 3 days ago


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  • Domestic violence Julia

    I’ve seen the devastating effects of domestic violence and my dream is to work offering support to those who have suffered it, or maybe still suffering it. Do I need specific qualifications?

    • Karen:

      Some organizations will not indicate essential criteria for the candidates, and then it’s up to you to share your experience and skills that may be relevant for the role, when applying. Sometimes, if you have no qualifications specific to the job, you won’t be able to get it.

    • Christine:

      There are courses at different levels to qualify as support worker and be able to provide assistance to people who’ve suffered domestic violence or abuse. There are also courses to prevent it. Some can last from 6 to 10 days, so it’s not too bad, the only thing is the cost, but you often find that payment facilities are commonly offered.

    • Nigel:

      It’s a very rewarding kind of job, but you definitely have to be emotionally strong and balanced as it’s also a very tough job and you get strong emotional blows. I found I had to learn to control my emotions an awful lot, I had to work hard on my frustration and anger thresholds and exercise my patience. It’s great when you see that you’ve managed to help someone cope and get back on their feet! Plus you also get so much from them, much more than you’d have ever imagined…

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