Service Care Solutions Ltd
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Domestic Abuse Navigator

I am currently recruiting for domestic abuse worker to work in Camden.

This role is initially for 2 months and paying £23.92 ltd per hour.

About Camden

Camden is building somewhere everyone can thrive, by making our borough the best place to live, work, study and visit.

We're home to the most important conversations happening today and we're making radical social change a reality, so that nobody gets left behind.

Here's where you can help improve the lives of our citizens.

Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is at the heart of our ambition.

We are investing further resources in this area, acknowledging its detrimental effects on our society and that the time to act is now.

Safety at home and in the community is one of our Camden challenges in ‘We Make Camden', our recently updated vision for the borough, highlighting the necessity to tackle VAWG.

We know we have a lot to do and are looking for someone who wants to part of our mission to move beyond supporting individuals towards changing the system.

This role is a unique opportunity to make a difference to survivors of VAWG in Camden through creating long-term systems change.

We are at a pivotal point in our journey.

We need additional team members to help us achieve our vision and make the changes that we know need to happen to improve survivors' journeys in Camden.

About the role

We know that some domestic abuse victims and survivors in Camden need ongoing and additional support, once risk has been reduced and safety has been achieved.

We know that the experience of VAWG intersects with severe disadvantage, increasing survivor's vulnerability and posing additional barriers to recovery.

Our model is predicated on assertive outreach, a trauma-informed approach, flexible 1-1 and group support which helps victims and survivors receive the support they need.

Building on successful programmes, the VAWG Navigator team will be based in the community and will work at an individual survivor's pace delivering high quality interventions along the continuum of need that enables greater safety in their accommodation or alleviates homelessness, improves engagement and recovery.

The team will develop a strong constant relationship with survivors, working with a small case load to provide a person-centred offer, which promotes positive change; and coordinate the involvement of relevant agencies that can support the client

About you

  • Ability to build strong trusted strengths-based relationships with victims/survivors of VAWG and who have experienced multiple disadvantage

  • An understanding of the impact of VAWG on survivors and children

  • Experience of support planning and risk assessment

  • An understanding of cultural diversity and how to provide safe responses

  • Experience of maintaining excellent relationships and experience of building trusting partnerships across the multi-agency spectrum

  • Ability to advocate for survivors and their children

  • Ability to bring (to where?) the voice of survivors and lived experience of children to influence the system and need for change

  • You will be resilient and be able to work with people with multiple disadvantage

Work Environment:

The role will be based in locations around the borough, working with clients in their community setting.

Working locations will be based on the needs of survivors e.g., hostels, outdoors.

If you are interested, please call Andy at Service Care Solutions on 01772 208962 or email

  • Start: ASAP
  • Duration: 2 months +
  • Rate: Up to £23.92 per hour
  • Location: West End, England
  • Type: Contract
  • Industry: Public_Sector
  • Recruiter: Service Care Solutions Ltd
  • Contact: Andrew Quinney
  • Tel: 01772 208962
  • Fax: 01772 471473
  • Email: to view click here
  • Posted: 2024-04-08 15:52:52 -

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