Recovery and Resilience Practitioner

Based within our Recovery and Resilience Team in Bradford & Keighley, this role offers an opportunity to empower individuals moving on from experiences of domestic abuse. This role is key in supporting service users in their recovery journey, building resilience & providing links with specialist support networks.

We are looking for someone who has experience of developing and delivering group work programmes for vulnerable people. Do you have a broad understanding of the impact of domestic abuse and can be creative with communication skills across a range of media? The successful candidate will have a strong track record of partnership working.

Prime objectives of post

  • To ensure the provision of a comprehensive and effective delivery a hub and spoke model of group work programmes focussing on recovery, resilience and asset building for adults who have experienced domestic abuse and/or sexual violence.
  • To develop a robust infrastructure in order to recruit develop and manage volunteers in order to increase the capacity for recovery and resilience work with families.
  • To work alongside the AP/RR Team Leader, Early Intervention Practitioner and any volunteers, in the building of partnerships to support the programmes.
  • To support the AP/R&R Team Leader in the development of the provision.
  • To support the AP/R&R Team Leader in ensuring that services attain and retain recognised quality standards

If you have a proven track record of supporting people affected by domestic violence and want to continue helping people across the Bradford area, please apply now.

In return we offer a flexible and supportive environment with a generous holiday entitlement, competitive rates of pay, training and development as well as a discount scheme and Employee Assistance Programme.

Application Information

Full details and application packs can be downloaded from https://stayingput.org.uk/recovery-and-resilience-practitioner/

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Applications must be made on the form provided, CVs will not be accepted. Please note we will only accept submissions by email during COVID 19.

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Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £24,012.00-£25,042.00 per year

Closing date: 15th December 2022 12:00pm
Hours: 37.5
Salary: £24,012 - £25,042
Salary Frequency: Per annum
This job is connected with: Staying Put