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Recruitment

Recruitment October 2020

Staying Put are part of Bradford Survive and Thrive, an exciting and innovative new multi-agency partnership bringing together 3 organisations, Family Action, Staying Put and Women Centre, who are working together to develop a ‘one system approach’ to families affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence.

Following a period of recent growth, we now have a number of exciting new opportunities within our organisation:

 

Staying Put Domestic Abuse Helpline Support Worker  - Permanent

Salary - £23,313 / £24,313 per annum dependent on qualifications

Hours - 37.5 Hours per week

Closing Date: 9th November 2020

 

Staying Put Domestic Abuse Helpline Support Worker – Maternity Cover 

Salary - £13,988 /£14,588 per annum dependent on qualifications

Hours – 22.5 Hours per week

Closing Date: 9th November 2020

 

Staying Put Accommodation & Resettlement IDVA (Dispersed) – 12 months

Salary - £23,313 / £24,313 per annum dependent on qualifications

Hours - 37.5 Hours per week

Closing Date: 16th October 2020

 

Staying Put Accommodation & Resettlement IDVA - Permanent

Salary - £11,656.50 /£12,156.50 per annum dependent on qualifications

Hours – 18.75 Hours per week (Weds PM – Friday)

Closing Date: 16th October 2020

 

Staying Put Sessional Support Workers

Salary - £11 per hour

Hours – Variable  

Closing Date: 16th October 2020

 

Staying Put Data Analyst – 12 months

Salary - £27,000 per annum (pro rata)

Hours – 7.5 Hours per week

Closing Date: 23rd October 2020

 

Staying Put Communications & Social Media Officer – Permanent

Salary - £28,500 per annum (pro rata)

Hours – 15 Hours per week

Closing Date: 23rd October 2020

 

Staying Put Trustees

Voluntary basis with approx. 7 meetings per year

Please find further details towards the bottom of this page

Closing Date: 30th October 2020

 

Our Vision

Staying Put’s vision is to lead the way in quality service provision to victims of abuse and violence, to remove the barriers that prevent people from speaking out and seeking help.

To live in a world free from abuse and violence, to be the change and inspire others to follow our example.

 

Application Information

·       Role details and application packs can be downloaded below

·       Applications must be made on the form provided, CVs will not be accepted. Please note we will only accept submissions by email during COVID 19

·       All posts are subject to continued funding

·       If you have any queries after having fully read the information on this website, please email sprecruitment@stayingput.uk.net

·       Previous applicants need not re-apply

 

We expect a high volume of applications for these positions so unfortunately, we will not be able to respond to all applications individually. If you have not heard from us after the shortlisting dates please consider that you have not been successful on this occasion.

Application forms and documents for all roles (except trustees, please see further down) are here:

1 Application Form Oct 20.docx

2 Equality and Diversity Statement.docx

3 Privacy Notice.docx

4 Recruitment Monitoring Form.docx

All application forms should be sent with a completed recruitment monitoring form.

 

Job descriptions for each role:

Domestic Abuse Helpline Support Worker Role Profile.docx

Dispersed Accommodation and Resettlement IDVA Role Profile Oct 20.docx

Accommodation and Resettlement IDVA Role Profile Oct 20.docx

Sessional Support Worker Role Profile - Final.docx

Communications Officer Job Profile.docx

Data Analyst JD and PS September 2020.docx

 

 

Board Members (Trustees)

2020


We are in an exciting period of growth and we are actively seeking new Board members, with a particular interest in the following skill areas:

·       Commercial / business development skills

·       Equality and Diversity

·       Experience of income generation and fundraising

·       Experience with legal and HR matters

·       An ability to influence and create relationships with key stakeholders in Health and Adult/Children Social Care

·       Marketing and social media

New board members will be joining a Board with energy and expertise in many areas, who work with and support the Charity’s Leadership team to achieve the growth and sustainability required to meet the needs of our beneficiaries.

The position of Board Members is voluntary and unpaid; however, any reasonable out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed.

For an informal chat about board membership only please contact Yasmin on yasmin@stayingput.uk.net

 

Recruitment documents can be downloaded below:

Board Recruitment Pack Oct 2020.docx

Application form Board members 2020

Privacy Notice

Equality and Diversity Statement

Recruitment Monitoring Form