Job Title: Sessional Programme Facilitator
Hours: 4 hours per week minimum (flexible approach required)
Salary: £17.94 per hour (based on 4 hours per session)
Accountable to: Chief Executive via the Programme Coordinator
Vetting requirements: An Enhanced DBS will be required
Job Purpose: To undertake individual sessions and co-facilitate structured group work with men and women who are participating in the Evolve Behaviour Change Programme (Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programme) who may self-refer or be referred to the organisation from any other agency. To work in a way that prioritises the safety of women and children. The post holders are expected to work in line with the Respect National Service Standards for domestic violence prevention services.
Client Work and Liaison
- To co-lead a structured behaviour change group work programme for men who have been abusive towards an (ex) partner.
- To conduct behaviour change work with men and women who have been abusive in their intimate relationships in a way that shows an understanding of domestic violence and its effects on women and children.
- To conduct individual meetings with clients and other professionals as necessary.
- To represent the Evolve programme and promote its work.
- To assist and support sessional workers/volunteers working with the Evolve pathway.
- To assist in the collecting/providing of information needed for monitoring purposes.
- To maintain appropriate client records.
- To provide assistance in producing statistical and other reports on work done to meet the requirements of funders and the Board of Trustees and co-operating in the on-going evaluation of Eve’s DVPP services.
- To undertake evaluation and questionnaires with men and women using the Evolve service.
- To complete facilitator training including abusive behaviours of male perpetrators, safer working strategies and developing effective working relationships with male perpetrators of domestic violence.
- To participate in regular support and supervision.
- To perform as part of a team, attending and participating in regular team meetings, attend appropriate training courses and participate in skill sharing sessions within the team.
- To at all times adhere to relevant legislation, good practice and policies and procedures, including Health and Safety, Confidentiality and Equal Opportunities.
- To support the coordinator with additional duties required by the project.
- To undertake other duties as reasonably requested.
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