Two Full Time Posts
We are looking for two full-time experienced, dynamic individuals to join us on an exciting test and learn project. We will be focusing on a selected group of cases that return to the MARAC due to repeated high-risk domestic abuse incidents where engagement with either the victim or perpetrator in the co-ordinated action plan has been unsuccessful. The MARAC Navigators will receive all referrals from the MARAC meetings, working with a small caseload of typically 10 cases each MARAC Navigator will aim to:
- Provide aspirational person-centred support through building a trusting relationship with the victim or perpetrator to start to address issues that contribute to incidents of abuse
- Proactivity and intensively work with the victim or perpetrator to build all the networks of support that wrap around the individual to facilitate recovery, building and sustaining hope
- Work as part of a wider team to build and evidence what future support should look like.
To view the full job description and person specification please click on the link below:
For inquires about this Job role please contact: Tracey Hogan or Shelley Pawson on 01274 723863
Hours of work:
Full time 37.5 hours a week
If you are unable to apply online and require a paper application form please contact Vanessa Ross on 01274 723863. If applying with a hard copy please post to: HR Department, The Bridge Project, 35 Salem Street, Bradford, BD1 4QH quoting the job reference on the outside of the envelope.
Please note, most posts require a DBS Check at Enhanced Level, which EXTERNAL applicants will be required to pay for, unless they are subscribed to the DBS Electronic Update Service, in which case permission for Bridge to check the current status of a DBS certificate will be required. Please note that the current charge for a new DBS certificate is £44 plus an administration charge levied by our preferred provider of £9.50 + VAT. An online check Of DBS status using update service is free.