A Way Out charity are recruiting for multiple roles… Join The Team: Stockton-on-Tees Charity – A Way Out

2 x Adult Project Worker – Full Time – Closing Date 26 January 2024

A Way Out are seeking to recruit an Adult Project Worker to join out Liberty Team. You will be an integral part of our Horizon adult service team, working collaboratively to achieve defined project outcomes. Working across the Tees Valley, your role will involve providing essential support to women who have experienced abuse, harm, or exploitation, focusing on their holistic well-being and facilitating their journey towards empowerment and recovery. You will be responsible for conducting initial assessments, developing interventions, case management, outreach activities, and ensuring the safety and well-being of service users. Additionally, you will actively engage with local organisations and contribute to multi-agency support efforts. ​Salary: £23,500pa

​Young People’s Project Worker – Schools Outreach – 21hrs pw – Closing Date 23 February 2024

As a Young People’s Project Worker at A Way Out, you will be an integral part of our team, working collaboratively to achieve defined project outcomes. Your primary focus will be on supporting our schools outreach project, providing support to young people who may experience multiple disadvantages, be at risk of abuse, harm or exploitation, gendered violence, and those who are transitioning between children and adult services. You will conduct initial assessments, develop referral pathways, and advocate for young people to ensure they build resilience, develop emotional well-being, and access appropriate support. Your role will also involve performance monitoring, case management, and engagement with other local organisations to provide comprehensive and integrated support.

Liberty Service Manager – Full Time – Closing Date 16 February 2024

We are seeking to recruit a Service Manager within our Adult Services Team. You will play a crucial role in managing and coordinating outreach, engagement, and support within the service area. Your responsibilities will include leading teams and projects to address risk and need, overseeing safeguarding measures, and fostering stakeholder relationships. You will work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to promote best practices, develop multi-agency networks, and contribute to AWO’s growth and development.

Additionally, you will be responsible for recruitment, volunteer development, budget management, training, and ensuring the team’s adherence to policies and procedures. Your role will focus on delivering quality services while maintaining a trauma-informed and strengths-based approach.

Young People’s Project Worker (16-25) – Full Time – Closing Date – 16 February 2024

As a Young People’s Project Worker at A Way Out, you will be an integral part of our Unity Young People’s Service, working collaboratively to achieve defined project outcomes. Your primary focus will be on providing support to young people aged 16-25 who have mental health needs, and who may experience multiple disadvantages, be at risk of abuse, harm or exploitation, gendered violence, and those who are transitioning between children and adult services. You will conduct initial assessments, develop referral pathways, develop interventions and initiatives and advocate for young people to ensure they build resilience, develop emotional well-being, and access appropriate support. Your role will also involve performance monitoring, case management, and engagement with other local organisations to provide comprehensive and integrated support. There may also be some limited opportunities to work outside the 16-25 age group.


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