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Job Opportunities with PACT

PACT currently have the following two vacancies with our communities team:

Communities Project Lead
Based in Reading
Full time (37 hours per week)
Fixed term contract until the end of March 2020
The salary is in the range of £24,591 – £30,056 per annum

Following PACT’s successful securing of Ministry of Justice funding our communities team will be running a pivotal project aimed at supporting female offenders (and women at risk of offending) with current domestic abuse support needs, and reducing re-offending. PACT are looking for an experienced support worker to lead on this project; working with partnering organisations, such as the police and Elizabeth Fry, sharing information, meeting KPIs, reporting and developing the project. You will be responsible for a case load as well as lead group work. You will succeed if you have experience in supporting female offenders and women experiencing domestic abuse as well having excellent connections with BAME communities to help remove potential barriers to engagement. You will also need to be organised and have strong administrative skills in order to meet reporting and evidencing requirements. This would be an ideal opportunity for someone wishing to take ownership of, and lead, a prestigious project and drive it forward, with a small team, to ensure a clear focus on the outcomes for female offenders is retained.

Domestic Abuse Support Worker Based in Reading
Part time (0.5 FTE - 18.5 hours per week)
Fixed term contract until the end of March 2020
The salary is in the range of £21,186 - £25,894 FTE per annum

Following PACT’s successful securing of Ministry of Justice funding our communities team will be running a pivotal project aimed at supporting female offenders (and women at risk of offending) with current domestic abuse support needs, and reducing re-offending. You will be working with partnering organisations, such as the police and Elizabeth Fry, by leading on domestic abuse group work (Bounce Back 4 Kids, Recovery Toolkit or a bespoke group) as well as 121 support, outreach and sharing information, meeting KPIs, reporting and developing the delivery.

You will succeed in this role if you have an in depth knowledge of domestic abuse and the long term impact on survivors’ experience. You will also need excellent group work skills and experience of supporting children and young people. The post holder will also need sound administrative skills in order to complete measurement tools and necessary reporting. Both roles close at 9.00am Monday 14th January 2019 and interviews will be on Tuesday 22nd January 2019

Interested? If you would like to apply for either of these roles please send a personal statement to PACT_HR@pactcharity.org detailing how your skills, knowledge and experience meet the criteria outlined in the job description by the closing date.