TWP have entered into partnership with Wakefield Council to provide gender specific support for women at the point of arrest with a view to diverting women away from court and into support services to address reasons for offending so that they don’t re-offend. Following a years’ successful pilot project Liaison and Diversion in being embedded within the Leeds Centre and expanded to the Bradford Centre.
We are looking for individuals that are creative, proactive, passionate and committed to the needs of women. Also someone who is reflective and will make good use of supervision and support. The duties require the post holders to provide support for women to access interventions by mainstream and voluntary sector services through signposting to address inequalities which may lead a women to commit crime. Also this role entails partnership work with external agencies including the police, courts and other voluntary services we require individuals who are enthusiastic, team players and enjoy a challenge.
We are looking for people who will instil a culture of continuous improvement, through dialogue with service users and share the values of our organisation in supporting vulnerable women.
This post is restricted to female applicants using the GOQ in s9 (2) (e) and s9 (2) (f) of the Employment (Sex Discrimination) Act 2000
If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you, for further information please contact Emma Frampton at Emmaf@togetherwomen.org or 0113 3808900
To apply please visit http://www.togetherwomen.org/getting-involved/jobs