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The following vacancies are currently available with the Daisy Programme:

Job Title: IDVA

  • Hours:  16 hours
  • Location:  Breckland, Norfolk
  • Salary: £11,937

The role will be to work in a multi-agency framework providing a range of support to reduce the risk of further harm posed to service users who are survivors of Domestic Abuse at High/Medium Risk.   Support them to safely engage with criminal justice proceedings, Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs) and The Sanctuary Scheme, if appropriate. 

Closing date:  25th January 2022

 

Job Title: IDVA

  • Hours:  30 hours
  • Location:  Breckland, Norfolk
  • Salary: £22,382

The role will be to work in a multi-agency framework providing a range of support to reduce the risk of further harm posed to service users who are survivors of Domestic Abuse at High/Medium Risk.   Support them to safely engage with criminal justice proceedings, Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs) and The Sanctuary Scheme, if appropriate. 

Closing date:  25th January 2022

 

Job Title: Senior IDVA

  • Hours:  28 hours
  • Location:  Breckland, Norfolk
  • Salary: £21,615

The role will be to work in a multi-agency framework providing a range of support to reduce the risk of further harm posed to service users who are survivors of Domestic Abuse at High/Medium Risk.   Support them to safely engage with criminal justice proceedings, Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs) and The Sanctuary Scheme, if appropriate. 

Closing date:  25th January 2022

 

Job Title: NIDAS Community Awareness & Group Facilitator

  • Hours: 18.5
  • Location:  Breckland, Norfolk
  • Salary: £12,751.50

To enhance the community response to Domestic Abuse by supporting a network of Domestic Abuse Champions supporting survivors.

To coordinate and deliver group programmes for long term recovery for survivors of domestic abuse and their children to prevent re-victimisation and enable survivors to be better able to recover and cope with aspects of everyday life.

Closing date:  1st February 2022

To find out more about any of these vacancies please visit the Daisy Programme website:  www.daisyprogramme.org.uk