Salary: £22,548 year rising to £23,112 per annum, after 1 year and successful probation
About the service
Harrow Domestic Abuse Services delivers an Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy service and Safety Planning across the London Borough of Harrow. A welcoming team constructed of a Police IDVA, Community IDVA , Safety Planner within Social Service and Floating Support Worker provide highly efficient support to High and Medium Risk Service Users who have been affected by Domestic Abuse.
About the role
- To provide intensive casework, support, and monitoring of general, and support needs, facilitated by key-sessions, community meetings, and general day-to-day contact
- To provide advice, information and support to the women on safety – including around domestic abuse and independent living, as required
- To work with women in co-producing a ‘Support and Safety Plan’, with a focus on the individuals’ strengths to meet their chosen goals
- Experience of working with people with a range of different support needs, aspirations for their future and associated risks
- Experience of delivering high quality floating/outreach support services to people with a range of needs and risks
- Good knowledge of welfare benefits and housing options and legislation related to statutory duty
- Knowledge of health and safety relevant to role as a Floating Support Worker and working in Service User’s homes
What Hestia offers
- Holiday allowance of 25days/195hours per annum plus 8days/62.4hours public holidays (pro rata)
- Company Pension
- Learning and Development Opportunities
- Hestia Rewards
- Access to a range of health and wellbeing support tools
- If applicable to the role, Hestia will also support you on joining our existing ASYE (Assisted and Supported Year in Employment) programme if you are interested and fit the criteria.
Hestia supports adults and children in crisis across London and the surrounding regions. We campaign and advocate nationally on the issues that affect them. This includes victims of modern slavery, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, young care leavers and older people.