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Manager - Domestic Abuse Service

Employer
Networx Recruitment
Location
Amber Valley, Derbyshire (Ripley)
Salary
£32,986 - £37,793 per annum
Closing date
27 Jul 2022

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Manager - Domestic Abuse Service 

Location Amber Valley, Derbyshire (Ripley) 

Salary £32,986 - £37,793 per annum  

Hours: 37 per week, full time  

Closing Date: 3rd August 2022

 

 

 

 

This post is exempt under Sch 9 Pt 1 of the Equality Act 2010 and is only open to female applicants. 

 

Do you have experience of leading teams within a Community based and/or Refuge based Domestic Abuse environment? We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced manager to join our Domestic Abuse Support Service based in Derbyshire. This may be the post you have been waiting for… 

 

Looking for a fresh, new and exciting challenge? NCHA are seeking a passionate and experienced individual to lead our Domestic Abuse Support Service, Derbyshire WISH as our Project Manager! Derbyshire WISH, established 1995, currently offers a wide range of support to Adults and Children who are experiencing and/or living with the impact of Domestic Abuse. 

 

 

At our fantastic service, the support we provide includes: 

 

  • Communal Refuge and Dispersed Safe Accommodation (38 Units) 
  • Community Outreach Teams providing support to Adults (over the age of 16) living throughout the Amber Valley, Erewash, Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire 
  • Community Support to Children and Young People 
  • Support for Young People who are at risk of using controlling behaviours (including Healthy Relationships work within schools) 
  • Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programme 

 

 

As a Project Manager for WISH, you will have a variety of duties and responsibilities which will include tasks such as recruiting new colleagues, managing performance, managing finances, partnership working and supporting change management. This is a great opportunity for development! Take a look at the Role Profile to find out the roles duties and responsibilities!  

 

“NCHA is a great values led organisation where I feel supported in my role” – Current colleague.  

 

 

What we require from you: 

 

You will have a minimum NVQ level 3 or new QCF Diploma level 3 in Management or Leadership, Health and Social Care, Housing or another relevant qualification at Level 3. 

 

Financial and budgetary management experience is beneficial as you will manage income and expenditure budgets and service user finances. 

 

You will have experience of working within Domestic Abuse or similar support service setting where you will have worked with clients who have experienced trauma and at differing levels of risk and need. Experience of partnership and/or multi-agency working is essential as you will be required to work within a consortium and develop strong effective partnerships and relationships with local authorities, OPPC, local stakeholders and colleagues in public health. Does this sound like it could be the role for you?  

 

This role will be based in the Amber Valley area but you will be required to travel throughout Derbyshire so a full driving license with access to a vehicle is essential (we will pay mileage if you have business insurance!). 

 

 

THE SMALL PRINT: 

 

  1. You will need to attach a CV in order to apply for this role. 
  2. All correspondence will be via your registered email address. 
  3. View the full role profile in the document tab at the top of the page and refer to the 'About the person' section to complete your application -show us why you are suitable! 
  4. For more information about NCHA, please refer to the attached ‘Helping Our Customers’– get a better idea of what we do across the organisation! 
  5. All successful candidates will be required to do a presentation prior to the interview. 

     

 

As an Equal Opportunities and Disability Confident Employer, NCHA welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates including those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and disabled candidates. As part of our LGBT Allies Programme, we also welcome applications from members of the LGBT community and encourage inclusivity in the workplace.  

 

Women and black, Asian and minority ethnic colleagues are currently under-represented in managerial positions and we particularly welcome suitable applications. 

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