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Recruitment

Crisis Intervention and Recovery Support Worker

Here at Staying Put we aren’t satisfied with settling, so we search for innovation in everything we do. We are flexible, hardworking and not afraid to push boundaries to go the extra mile for our colleagues, service users and their children.

Staying Put is well known for the great care we take with clients and employees alike. We are experts in the domestic abuse field and we continue to develop exciting, new services that are breaking the mould of traditional service provision in this sector.

We are looking for a full–time Crisis Intervention and Recovery Support Worker

Pay: £23.188 per annum

Holidays: 27 days plus Bank Holidays

Probationary period: 6 months

Contract: Fixed-term until 31st March 2018 (subject to further funding)

Why Should You Apply?

·         You will be part of a dedicated and energetic team, helping to change lives on a daily basis

·         Full in-house training will be provided

·         Flexible working

·         Pension scheme and access to a Health Care Plan upon successful completion of probation

For enquiries please contact Dina Niemczyk or Tahira Hussain on 0808 2800 999, or preferably via the email address provided on the application form

Closing date for applications: Monday 27th August 2018

Shortlisting: Tuesday 4th September 2018

Interviews: Wednesday 12th September 2018

Staying Put welcomes applications from women from all sections of community. This post is open to women only and sections 7(2)E&7(2)D of the Sex Discrimination Act exemption applies.

Application documents can be downloaded here:

1 CIR Candidate letter August 18.docx

2 CIR JD & PS.docx

3 CIR Application Form 2018.docx

4 CIR Recruitment Guidance Notes.docx

5 CIR Privacy Notice for Job Applicants April 2018.docx

6 CIR Equality and Diversity Statement.docx

7 CIR Recruitment Monitoring form.docx

 

 

Affordable Legal Services @ Staying Put

Staying Put is a positive, forward-thinking organisation committed to developing services for people experiencing domestic abuse in their own homes. We have the following vacancies at our new service Affordable Legal Services @ Staying Put (supported by the West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner)

 1. Solicitor – Family Law (12 month fixed contract) - 37.5 hrs per week, £35,000, based at Staying Put (Bradford) – Applicants should be proficient in Private Law, with experience in emergency remedies

 2. Legal Secretary (12 month fixed contract) – 37.5 hours per week, £20,000

Application packs can be downloaded below:

Solicitor – Family Law

 1 Candidate Letter 2018.docx

2 Application Form 2018.docx

3 Recruitment Guidance Notes 2018.docx

4 Equality and Diversity Statement 2018.docx

5 Privacy Notice for Job Applicants 2018.docx

6 Recruitment Monitoring Form 2018.docx

JOB DESCRIPTION Solicitor.docx

 

Legal Secretary

1 Candidate Letter 2018.docx

2 Application Form 2018.docx

3 Recruitment Guidance Notes 2018.docx

4 Equality and Diversity Statement 2018.docx

5 Privacy Notice for Job Applicants 2018.docx

6 Recruitment Monitoring Form 2018.docx

JOB DESCRIPTION Legal Secretary.docx

 

For enquiries please contact Kirsty Horne on 0808 2800 999 or preferably by email to kirsty@stayingput.uk.net

Closing date for applications to both posts: Wednesday 22nd August 2018

Shortlisting: Tuesday 28th August 2018

Interviews: Tuesday 4th September 2018

 

 

We are also currently recruiting new Board Members

We are looking for people who are passionate and dedicated to lead our dynamic charity to tackle domestic abuse across Yorkshire and the Humber.

For an informal chat please contact Yasmin Khan on 0808 2800 999.

For an application pack please click here: Board Recruitment Pack 2018.pdf

For an application form please click here: Application form Board members 2018.doc

Additional documents relating to this role can be downloaded here:

Candidate Letter 2018 Board.docx

Equality and Diversity Statement.docx

Guidance Notes.pdf

Recruitment Monitoring form 2018.docx

Staying Put Annual Report 2016-17.pdf