Hampton Trust is one of the most respected and innovative UK providers of work in the field of domestic abuse and criminal justice. We are committed to rebuilding lives by addressing the root cause of domestic abuse and criminality.
Under our children and young people’s strand, we provide innovative programmes to support individuals who have experienced adverse childhood experiences. Since 1996, we have delivered a range of targeted interventions to young people in the criminal justice system or involved in risk taking behaviour. For many young people, living with adversity has created a variety of coping strategies and vulnerabilities that have negatively impacted on every part of their lives, often leaving them exposed, disadvantaged, excluded and at risk of exploitation.
This is an exciting opportunity to work alongside Hampton Trust Practitioners and to shape and deliver interventions to young people aged 13-17 years old within schools and community settings. We also deliver criminal justice interventions to young adult offenders aged 18-24 years and we have a strong ethos of supporting staff to develop skills and to contribute to delivery of the range of Hampton Trust interventions.
Job Title: Young Person’s Practitioner (2 vacancies available)
Hours: 22.5 hours per week
Salary: £13,800 per annum
Base: Ashurst / Delivery in Southampton & Hampshire
Contract: Fixed until 31st March 2022 (possible extension subject to funding)
Aim of the post
This role will primarily include delivery of our school-based interventions designed to address poor mental health and increase resilience in young people aged 13-17 years. It will also include delivery of a group work programme targeting young people aged 15-17 years who are showing signs of perpetrating domestic abuse in their relationships. Settings include Youth Offending Teams, Education, Social Services and Youth Projects.
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate:
- An understanding of key issues facing young people today, including the emerging impact of the pandemic
- An understanding of the impact of adverse childhood experiences on children and young people
- An ability to deliver individual and group work to vulnerable and disengaged young people
- An understanding of the impact on domestic abuse on children, young people, and adults
Should you wish to discuss this role before application contact:
Debbie Willis by Telephone: 07495 487611 / 02380 001061 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 9am Tuesday 13th April 2021
Interview dates: 19th April 2021
All posts are subject to Enhanced DBS checks & satisfactory references. The Hampton Trust values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community
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