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We’re currently recruiting to three positions working with children and young people aged 13+ who have visited or are visiting the East Midlands Children and Young People’s Sexual Assault Referral Service.  Details of these positions, together with application packs, can be found below.

 

Children and Young Person’s Therapeutic Support Worker  
Part-time, fixed term for 2 years (with possible extension)
£26, 470 (pro-rata) pay scale 29, with yearly cost of living increase (if applicable) 

Benefits
Company Pension Scheme

Location
With a base in Nottingham City Centre (NG1) the Children and Young Person’s Therapeutic Support Workers will work across Nottinghamshire.

Hours of work
22.5 hours per week, worked over 3 days Monday-Saturday.  Two vacancies available.

Introduction
Employed by Nott’s SVS Services, working in partnership with Nottingham University Hospitals Trust, this is an exciting opportunity to provide therapeutic support to children and young people who have accessed services at the Nottinghamshire Hub of the East Midlands Children and Young Peoples Sexual Assault Service.

Job purpose
We are looking for experienced Children and Young Person’s Therapeutic Support Workers to provide sensitive, client-centred, non–judgmental support to survivors, aged 13-17 years, of rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse.

Responsibilities

  • To be responsible for the triaging of children and young people, aged 13-17 years, that have been referred for support coordinating the referral process from initial contact through to referrals to the appropriate agency, including safeguarding where appropriate.
  • To provide a holistic needs assessment, initial and on-going support to the client and their families and carers implementing the appropriate processes to ensure that the clients’ holistic needs are met including referrals to appropriate local services.
  • To provide up to 10 short term support sessions.
  • To provide expert information and advocacy support for clients referred by EMCYPSAS who have been affected by sexual violence.

Essential experience, qualifications & skills

  • A degree in counselling and evidence of extensive professional experience working with children in a supporting capacity
  • In-depth knowledge of issues experienced by children and young people, particularly in relation to rape and sexual assault
  • Experience of devising and coordinating support plans
  • Experience of carrying out holistic risk and needs assessments and making safeguarding referrals
  • Experience of organising and prioritising a complex workload, working to tight deadlines and being self-servicing in administrative duties
  • Experience of working in a multi-agency setting and partnerships working with a wide range of statutory and voluntary agencies

Further information or requirements
Applicants who successfully pass the initial set questions will be sent an application pack. A completed application form is needed in order to fully apply for this post.
Successful applicants will be subject to NPPVL2 Nottinghamshire Police Vetting
Applicants will be required to work and travel across Nottinghamshire.

Closing date: Monday 4th February, 12 noon
Interview date: Wednesday 13th February

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East Midlands Children and Young Peoples Sexual Assault Service (EMCYPSAS) Crisis Worker
Part-time, fixed term for 2 years (with possible extension)
£19,819 (pro-rata for hours worked) pay scale 20, with an additional £35.00 per on-call shift covered, with yearly cost of living increase (if applicable)

Benefits
Company Pension Scheme

Location
Based at EMCYPSAS, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals Trust

Hours of work
Monday 17:00 – 22:00 (5hrs)
Thursday 13:00-18:00 (5hrs)
Saturday night on-call shift 22:00-06:30
Sunday 9:30-18:00 (8hrs)
This is one post and is not open to job share

Introduction
Employed by Nott’s SVS Services, working in partnership with Nottingham University Hospitals Trust, this is an exciting opportunity to provide crisis worker support to children, young people and their families who are accessing services at the Nottinghamshire Hub of the EMCYPSAS.

Job purpose
The experienced Children and Young Person’s Crisis Worker will provide sensitive, client-centred, non–judgmental support to survivors, aged 17 and under, of sexual violence.  This will include assisting forensic examiners and providing advocacy support for clients during forensic medical examinations.

Responsibilities

  • To work as part of the initial response team of clinicians, forensic physicians, police officers and EMCYPSAS management team to deliver a high standard of service for clients referred to EMCYPSAS by the Police or who self-refer.
  • To provide support to the clinician performing the forensic examination and collection of samples, assisting in the examination including use of the colposcope and supporting any needs of the client within the examination.
  • To provide the initial support to the client and implement the appropriate processes to ensure that the clients holistic needs are met, including referrals to GUM, devising safety and support plans and following safeguarding policies as appropriate.
  • To be responsible for thorough cleaning of the forensic suites prior to and following a forensic medical examination.
  • To provide cover for EMCYPSAS helpline and Email contacts, answering calls and responding to Emails, acting as a first point of contact, providing specialist information and support on topics relating to sexual violence to clients, families and carers and professionals who call the helpline or send emails and responding to the needs of clients who self-refer.
  • While the role does not require travel to different sites, it is a requirement of the role to be able to attend EMCYPSAS as soon as possible when required to do so during the on-call shift.

Essential experience, qualifications & skills

  • Evidence of extensive professional experience (minimum of 1 years) of working with children and young people in a supporting capacity
  • In-depth knowledge of issues experienced by children and young people and in particular in relation to sexual violence
  • A thorough understanding of safeguarding issues, policies and procedures
  • Experience of working in a multi-agency setting and partnerships working with a wide range of statutory and voluntary agencies

Further information or requirements
Applicants who successfully pass the initial set questions will be sent an application pack. A completed application form is needed in order to fully apply for this post.
Successful applicants will be subject to NPPVL2 Nottinghamshire Police Vetting

Closing date: Monday 4th February, 12 noon
Interview date: Wednesday 13th February

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