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Posted March 25, 2015 by
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JOB VACANCY

Aurora New Dawn DVA Cars™

Aurora New Dawn is pleased to announce two new posts for our innovative Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) car project.

 FEMALE[1] Aurora New Dawn DVA car Advocate   – AURORA NEW DAWN DVA CARS™

 Hours: 

Part-Time:          17 Hours per week (to include some weekend and evening work) 

Salary:                  Scale 8: £27,190 per annum, pro rata (Actual Salary £12,500) 

Duration:             Funding until March 2018

Role:

This role comprises of two parts, worked on a rota basis and totalling 17 hours per week: 

  1. To provide an out-of hours*, face-to-face crisis response to incidents of domestic violence in the South-East Hampshire area, working on an ‘on-call’ basis alongside officers from Hampshire Constabulary.
  2. To work alongside the Aurora team in our main office** (Havant) processing and reviewing referrals received as part of the DVA car project, ensuring that clients are referred into appropriate longer-term support as required.

 

*Out of hours shifts are between 6pm-2am.

**Office shifts can be worked between the hours of 8am – 6pm, to be agreed between the organisation and the successful candidate.

Closing date for applications – 4pm on April 8th 2015

To apply:

For more information, or to request a copy of the Application Pack (including full job description and person specification) please contact us on info@aurorand.org.uk or 02392 4792

[1] * In accordance with schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010

 

 

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