- Suite 1, First Floor, Saltire House, Pentland Park, KY6 2AL
- £22,688.64 - £25,384.32 per year
- Contract Type:
- Permanent with Fixed Term Funding
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 36 hours per week
This position has expired.
Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) Worker
36 hours per week
£22,688.64 - £25,384.32 per annum
Fife Women’s Aid are looking for someone to join their existing MARAC team, working with women at high risk of domestic abuse.
If you want to help make a difference in the lives of women, children and young people with experience of domestic abuse, have direct experience of providing one to one person-centered support, an understanding of the causes and impacts of domestic abuse along with good interpersonal skills then you may be the person we are looking for. Applicants will have at least 2 years’ experience of working in a support or advocacy role.
Fife Women’s Aid is a feminist organisation and strives to be a supportive and empowering employer offering competitive terms and conditions.
Excellent communication skills and an ability to work effectively with a range of multi-agency partners is essential.
Membership of Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme is a requirement for this post.
Please join us for an online session to find out more about the MARAC service and the MARAC worker role. This will be at 1pm on Wednesday 4th August. Please confirm your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you details of the zoom meeting. We hope to see you there.
Alternatively, if you would like further information about the post, please contact Suzanne Duffy, Team Senior on 07714 609358.
For further information about the role and to make an application, please visit www.fifewomensaid.org.uk/about-fwa/vacancies/
Applications must meet the person specification to be shortlisted.
Closing date: 5pm on Thursday 12th August
Interviews will be held: Tuesday 24th August
This post is open to women only (Equality Act 2010 Work Occupational Requirement Exception, Schedule 9 Paragraph 1)