A Way Out is seeking to recruit an experienced and dynamic Complex Needs Worker to join our established Liberty Team in a new role working in partnership as part of a team led by Durham Tees Valley Community Rehabilitation Company (DTV CRC) working across Cleveland.

Salary: £20,546
37.5 hpw

The role will be part of a multi-agency team offering an assertive community outreach and recovery service targeting vulnerable females who are at risk of offending. This service will provide evening and late night outreach in hotspot locations where high rates of sexual exploitation and on-street sex-work exists and will introduce and support women to attend Hubs and access support. The Hubs will act as the central point for women being referred from various points across the CJS, offering gender-responsive and trauma-informed support in a women-only safe environment, bringing women’s services together under one roof to offer a co-ordinated response to meet women’s needs.

The post will complement A Way Out’s current service expansion and development. Funding for this role is secured for a 12 month period and we would endeavour to seek further funding beyond this time scale where possible.

It is an Occupational Requirement that applications for these posts are open to women only, as permitted under Schedule 9, Part 1, of the Equality Act 2010. Enhanced DBS checks will be required.

Application forms can be found via www.awayout.co.uk, along with the job description and person specification.

Completed applications should be forwarded to anita.burke@awayout.co.uk 18.01.19
Recruitment & selection process:

  • Closing date 18.01.19
  • Informal chats w/b 23.01.19
  • Formal Interviews w/b 31.01.19

DVT CRC / A Way Out Complex Needs Workers

Salary: £20,546
37.5 hpw

A Way Out is seeking to recruit a knowledgeable and self-motivated Complex Needs Worker to join our established Liberty Team in a new role working in partnership as part of a team led by Durham Tees Valley Community Rehabilitation Company (DTV CRC) working across Cleveland.  The role will be part of a multi-agency team offering an assertive community outreach and recovery service targeting vulnerable females who are at risk of offending. This service will provide evening and late night outreach in hotspot locations where high rates of sexual exploitation and on-street sex-work exists and will introduce and support women to attend Hubs and access support.   The Hubs will act as the central point for women being referred from various points across the CJS, offering gender-responsive and trauma-informed support in a women-only safe environment,  bringing women’s services together under one roof to offer a co-ordinated response to meet women’s needs.

The post will complement A Way Out’s current service expansion and development.  Funding for this role is secured for a 12 month period and we would endeavour to seek further funding beyond this time scale where possible.

It is an Occupational Requirement that applications for these posts are open to women only, as permitted under Schedule 9, Part 1, of the Equality Act 2010.  Enhanced DBS checks will be required.

Application forms can be found via www.awayout.co.uk, along with the job description and person specification.

Completed applications should be forwarded to anita.burke@awayout.co.uk 18.01.19
Recruitment & selection process:

  • Closing date 18.01.19
  • Informal chats w/b 23.01.19
  • Formal Interviews w/b 31.01.19