JOB VACANCIES

JOB VACANCIES

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN WORKING WITH STREETLIGHT UK. THIS IS AN EXCITING TIME OF GROWTH FOR US AS A CHARITY AND WE LOVE FINDING PEOPLE WHO SHARE OUR PASSION AND VISION. WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOUR STRENGTHS AND GIFTS USED FOR THIS PURPOSE.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN WORKING WITH STREETLIGHT UK. THIS IS AN EXCITING TIME OF GROWTH FOR US AS A CHARITY AND WE LOVE FINDING PEOPLE WHO SHARE OUR PASSION AND VISION. WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOUR STRENGTHS AND GIFTS USED FOR THIS PURPOSE.

WOMEN’S SUPPORT WORKER – SURREY 

Taking a women centred approach, your role as a Women’s Support Worker would include providing care co-ordination for women with complex needs who want support or desire to exit prostitution. Your role will further include working alongside third-party organisations to ensure a well-rounded approach is taken to support vulnerable women. This includes working alongisde the police to ensure that the safety of the women is maintained.  We are looking for someone with self-motivation, energy, confidence and dedication to support and empower women involved in prostitution. As well as experience of working with vulnerable adults with the ability to work in a gender and trauma informed way, you will require some knowledge in co-ordinating training events.

Scope of the Job:

As a Women’s Support Worker in Surrey, your role would include care co-ordination of women with complex needs who want support, or to exit street-based or off-street prostitution.

You would also ensure advocacy and referral to Multi-Agency Meetings across Surrey is maintained. Other responsibilities include effectively monitoring service user work, preparing research and reports for partners, funders and other stakeholders and ensuring funders’ targets are met. As a Women’s Support Worker you would also oversee police operations to ensure smooth delivery of the service. You would be required to deliver day-time support and follow up to service users and manage a personal case-load of service users in liaison with the Director. Further, tailoring assessments to ensure they are structured to the women’s individual requirements and care to provide a holistic support plan that encompasses a range of risk, health and social relationship needs.

You would represent the organisation at specified events and networks locally and participate in Streetlight UK annual fundraising and awareness campaign.

A full UK driving license is required for this position.

Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR)

Due to the history, context and nature of the role, this post is restricted to female applicants under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.


WOMEN’S SUPPORT WORKER – SURREY 

Location: Based at our Sussex/Surrey Office in Gatwick the role will cover the Surrey Area. 

Hours of Work: 28 hours per week (Monday – Thursday)

Pension: 3% contribution, 5% Employee Contribution

Salary: £20,020 – £21,840 (FTE)

Contract: 12-month contract, with potential of extension subject to funding

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15th January 2021

Interview dates: W/C 18th January 2021

APPLICANTS MAY BE INTERVIEWED AND APPOINTED BEFORE THE DEADLINE DATE IF APPROPRIATE. 

WOMEN’S SUPPORT WORKER – SURREY

Taking a women centred approach, your role as a Women’s Support Worker would include providing care co-ordination for women with complex needs who want support or desire to exit prostitution.  Your role will further include working alongside third-party organisations to ensure a well-rounded approach is taken to support vulnerable women. This includes working alongside the police to ensure that the safety of the women is maintained. We are looking for someone with self-motivation, energy, confidence and dedication to support and empower women involved in prostitution. As well as experience of working with vulnerable adults with the ability to work in a gender and trauma informed way, you will require some knowledge in co-ordinating training events.

Scope of the Job:

As a Women’s Support Worker in Surrey, your role would include care co-ordination of women with complex needs who want support, or to exit street-based or off-street prostitution.

You would also ensure advocacy and referral to Multi-Agency Meetings across Surrey is maintained. Other responsibilities include effectively monitoring service user work, preparing research and reports for partners, funders and other stakeholders and ensuring funders’ targets are met. As a Women’s Support Worker you would also oversee and coordinate all police operations to ensure smooth delivery of the service. You would be required to deliver day-time support and follow up to service users and manage a personal case-load of service users in liaison with the Director. Further, tailoring assessments to ensure they are structured to the women’s individual requirements and care to provide a holistic support plan that encompasses a range of risk, health and social relationship needs.

You would represent the organisation at specified events and networks locally and participate in Streetlight UK annual fundraising and awareness campaign.

A full UK driving license is required for this position.

Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR)

Due to the history, context and nature of the role, this post is restricted to female applicants under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.


WOMEN’S SUPPORT WORKER – SURREY 

Location: Based at our Sussex/Surrey Office in Gatwick, this role covers the Surrey area.

Hours of Work: 28 hours per week (Monday – Thursday )

Pension: 3% contribution, 5% Employee Contribution

Salary: £20,020 – £21,840 (FTE)

Contract: 12-month contract, with potential of extension subject to funding

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15th January 2021

Interview dates: W/C 18th January 2021

SUITABLE APPLICANT MAY BE APPOINTED BEFORE THE APPLICATION DEADLINE.