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Location: South East London, London
Salary: Up to £60192 per annum
Posted: about 1 month ago
Contract Type: Permanent
Industry: Health & Social Care Health & Social Care
Contact Name: Colette Niles

Head of Domestic Abuse and Modern Slavery - Borough

Job Description

Our client is London's largest provider of services to women affected by Domestic Abuse.

They run a refuge provision for women and children fleeing domestic abuse, floating support to women in their own homes and they deliver IDVA floating support services for people who are at very high risk around Domestic Abuse. In addition they also co-ordinate three MARACs (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference) across London.

Position Available: Head of Domestic Abuse and Modern Slavery - Borough, £60,192pa, fulltime, South East London

Our client is London's largest provider of services to women affected by Domestic Abuse.

They run a refuge provision for women and children fleeing domestic abuse, floating support to women in their own homes and they deliver IDVA floating support services for people who are at very high risk around Domestic Abuse. In addition they also co-ordinate three MARACs (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference) across London, Safed Houses and outreach for victims of modern slavery.

Role Purpose: The Head of Domestic Abuse and Modern Slavery Services will be a

To provide senior operational leadership to the domestic abuse and modern slavery

response services.

Experience:

  • Proven success leading high performing teams, head or operational experience
  • Credible authority on the subjects of domestic abuse and modern slavery.
  • Capability to set and achieve strategic outcomes.
  • Ability to navigate within a political environment.
  • Successful partnership working.
  • Managing services/projects within budget and on time.
  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to write professional

papers including bids and research papers.

  • An understanding of the impact of trauma and the ability to create trauma informed services.
  • Ability to manage competing priorities effectively.
  • Knowledge and understanding of safeguarding issues and ability to address them appropriately.

How to apply:

If you feel that you fully meet the above outlined criteria for this role and would like to apply for this post, please forward your CV for consideration to coletteniles@barkerross.co.uk

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