Solace Women's Aid
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Part Time Refuge Worker


£26,000 - £29,000 a year

4 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Deputy Head of Community and Accommodation Services


£43,000 a year

4 days ago

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Permanent, Part-time


£26,000 - £29,000 a year

6 days ago

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Full-time, Contract
Housing Floating Support Worker


£26,000 - £29,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Full-time, Contract
Housing IDVA


£26,000 - £29,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Community & Social Service

Case Worker
£25,946 per year
Domestic Violence Advocate
£26,702 per year
Senior Caseworker
£30,120 per year
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Islington SASS Duty Worker in Islington, Greater London
on 14 August 2020
very fulfilling
Receive calls, receive referrals from police, hospitals or self referrals , processes referrals, do risk assessment, safety plan, find refuge for women or contact the homelessness section and present them. Communicate with other agencies on behalf of the women or the team. I have learn that working together as a team or withi other organisation is the best way to reach victims's needs and communication is the key to a successful team.
worker in London East, Greater London
on 15 October 2020
Soalce has an ethos which is matched by its aims, objectives and expectations on staff- to provide teh evry best care for the women we work to prtoect and support- victims of DVA.
Refuge Worker in Barnet, Greater London
on 23 February 2020
enjoyable dynamic work place
friendly staff, young passionate women work there who are committed to helping other women in need. Positive work culture, need more training in complex needs however apart from that they have expertise in the field of DV/SV.
SHO in Bexleyheath
on 31 January 2020
Not a good place to work, poor untrustworthy management, lacks structure, and boundaries.t.
A poor experience working with no structure, boundaries, or good management. Cramped working conditions, with no rooms to see clients. No induction, or Training offered at commencement of employment. Management tasks off loaded to staff to meet targets.
IDVA in London, Greater London
on 28 September 2018
highly stressful place to work with not enough genuine support.
Extremely pressurized not enough support. alot of admin all the while adhering to stringent policies that place alot of stress on already stressed workers. Poor induction process
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