Marac Coordinator Jobs Vacancy at Hestia
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Marac Coordinator Jobs Vacancy at Hestia Jobs Details:
Looking for a role where you can support women who experience domestic abuse? Do you have great admin skills?
Our team in Harrow is looking for an amazing MARAC Coordinator to coordinate and attend the MARAC meetings, take and distribute minutes and send referrals to partner domestic abuse services.
The Harrow MARAC meetings take place on the 2nd Thursday of every month. The MARAC is a tool to support partner agencies to refer and discuss high risk cases of domestic abuse in order to work together to safeguard victims and their dependents. You will works closely with the IDVA and other DA services in the borough.
The MARAC is not a service and it is not accessible to the public. The meetings are chaired by the police and only core agencies attend.
We welcome applications from candidates with lived experience.
Section 7(2) b & e of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 apply to this position – (Only Female applicants Please)
- Experience of providing advice and support to women experiencing domestic abuse.
- Experience of providing casework support to vulnerable clients, including crisis management, and risk assessment and ensuring that actions are recorded accurately on a case management system.
- Demonstrates an awareness of the impact of crime on victims, witnesses, and the wider community
- Demonstrates an understanding of the criminal justice system, safeguarding children, and legal responsibilities.
- Demonstrates awareness of safe practice when lone working.
- Knowledge and experience of providing a co-ordinated service with statutory and voluntary services available for the client group
- Ability to support clients effectively in crisis
- Working knowledge in MS Word and Outlook
- Demonstrates a willingness to complete relevant training including IDVA training
In return we offer a competitive salary, a supportive working environment and a host of benefits including pension, employee discounts, 25 days holiday per annum (for full-time positions) plus the option to buy an additional 3 weeks, cycle to work scheme and season ticket loan.
For a detailed job description, benefits overview and terms and conditions, please see our attached job pack.
If you have any convictions/cautions, this does not mean you cannot apply for any of our roles, however we do require a DBS for all positions. We will ensure that any positive disclosures on DBS records are discussed with candidates and fairly assessed by an internal panel.
Salary: £26,568 rising to £27,480 pro-rata, per annum after 1 year (please see the attached job pack for the pro-rata salary)
Contract: until approximately 3 September 2018
Hours: 18 hours per week
Working Pattern: flexible
Closing date: 9 November 2017, as we interview as and when, the closing date of this vacancy may be brought forward
Interview date: As and when