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About The Haven Wolverhampton


Our Team

The Haven Wolverhampton is run by the Chief Executive Officer, Popinder Kaur. We employ 46 staff who provide a vital contribution to all the services we offer.

Haven Wolverhampton is governed by a board of trustees who are volunteers from a diverse range of backgrounds. The board consists of 12 members who commit their skills and experiences towards the growth of the organisation and to ensure governance is maintained to a high standard.


Chief Executive
Popinder Kaur

Board of Trustees Members

Co-chairs of the Board
Angela Spence-Ferguson Stephanie Harris

Other Members
Gill Atkins
Colin Brown
Alison Westwood
Katarina Fidler
Angela Morgan
Philippa Pringle
Carwen Wynne-Howells Narinder Rehal                      David Taylor                           Kim Benton



the Haven - Womens Refuge, Help & Support

Vision

The Haven Wolverhampton’s vision is for all women and children to live in a society free from oppression, homelessness, violence and abuse, and to promote and uphold human rights.

 

Mission

The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and dependent children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse.

Current Vacancies

 Develop your potential with The Haven Wolverhampton

 

The Haven Wolverhampton established in 1973 to provide both practical and emotional support services to women and children who are affected by domestic violence, homelessness and abuse.  Applications are invited for the following post, from those who have a strong commitment to working with women and children.

 


Evening Worker

£18,720 per annum 

 Living Wage Rate

Full time/Part Time Permanent

 

As an evening worker you will work within the Accommodation team to support with the delivery of a recovery focused and strengths-based approach for women who are survivors of domestic abuse or homelessness and may have complex support needs relating to substance use, mental health, physical Health and offending behaviour.

With support from the Specialist case managers, you will complement the work carried out by Domestic Abuse Key Workers, providing night time, evening and weekend support to women and their children who are living in our Refuge Accommodation as a result of experiencing domestic abuse and homelessness.

You will work proactively to support clients to reduce risk, develop safety plans, and improve financial, physical and emotional wellbeing. You will support women to improve life skills to develop and manage relationships, build social networks and access education, training or employment and move towards independent living. 

 As part of your role you will support women who are contacting the helpline for crisis support, accommodation and advice. You will be required to take referrals provide the necessary support.

This is an opportunity for a proactive, motivated individual with excellent communication skills to support the accommodation team in the delivery of a high quality service ensuring that you provide safety and security for the well-being of the client group.

As part of your role you will ensure the refuge is kept well maintained and on a day to day basis report health and safety issues which may arise.

An awareness of Adult and Child safeguarding legislation as well as knowledge of the welfare and benefits systems would be preferable for this post.

 

Closing date: 16 July 2019@ 4pm

Interview process: weeks commencing the  22 July 2019 and 29 July 2019

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Due to the nature of our work, Schedule 9 (1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies, therefore applications from women only will be considered. 

For application pack and job description, please visit our website www.havenrefuge.org.uk or email recruitment@havenrefuge.org.uk or send an A4 self-addressed envelope with 95p postage stating the job title to: The Haven Wolverhampton, 18 Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4BL

Under the Care Standards Act 2000; all posts are subject to Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.    This project receives financial support from Wolverhampton City Council.  Registered Charity No. 1065427


Therapeutic Wellbeing Coordinator

                (Edward and Dorothy Cadbury Trust and Eveson Charitable Trust)

Salary £22,440 - £24,500

37.5 hours per week

9 months

                                                       


As Therapeutic Well-being Coordinator you will be responsible for the coordination and delivery of the Therapeutic Wellbeing Programme and will deliver additional support for women, Children and Young People who have suffered domestic abuse.

 

You will have level 4 minimum counselling qualification and at least five years’ experience delivering counselling to women children and young people. Experience of working with high risk case load, line managing counsellors and managing/leading on projects.

 

Closing date:     16 July 2019    @ 4 pm                                             

Interview Date:       Week Commencing -  22 July 2019 & 29 July 2019

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For application pack and job description, please visit our website www.havenrefuge.org.uk or email recruitment@havenrefuge.org.uk or send an A4 self-addressed envelope with 95p postage stating the job title to: The Haven Wolverhampton, 18 Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4LB

 

Due to the nature of our work, Schedule 9 (1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies, therefore applications from women only will be considered.

 

Under the Care Standards Act 2000; all posts are subject to Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.  Due to the nature of our work, Schedule 9 (1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies, therefore applications from women only will be considered. The Haven Wolverhampton is an equal opportunities employer

This project receives financial support from Wolverhampton City Council.  Registered Charity No. 1065427


Independent Domestic Violence Advisor

Full Time 37.5 hours

£23,000 per annum

  Fixed Term March 2020

CAADA IDVA Training/ Safe Lives Certificate essential

 

The post holder will work in line with the requirements, specification and contract details of the Violence and Abuse contract and will closely follow the performance indicators conditions. 

 

You will provide a high-quality frontline service to victims of domestic abuse, delivering a service to those at highest risk. You will contribute to interventions and help design a plan to protect victims and any children, whilst maintaining an independent role on behalf of your client, ensuring their safety at all times. You will also have an understanding around multi-agency partnership structures and work within a multi-agency setting which will include participation at the MARAC.

 

You will have the CAADA IDVA training certificate along with an understanding of domestic abuse and the impact this has on women and children. You will have demonstrable experience of working with vulnerable people and managing a caseload and knowledge. You will also have theoretical, practical and procedural knowledge of civil and criminal justice remedies for victims of domestic abuse and their children. Excellent communication, negotiation and advisory skills, both written and verbal are essential for when interacting with a range of agencies and individuals.

Closing date:   16 July 2019 @ 4 pm

Interview Date:  Week Commencing - 22 July 2019 and 29 July 2019

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For application pack and job description, please visit our website www.havenrefuge.org.uk or email recruitment@havenrefuge.org.uk or send an A4 self-addressed envelope with 95p postage stating the job title to: The Haven Wolverhampton, 18 Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4BL

 

Due to the nature of our work, Schedule 9 (1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies, therefore applications from women only will be considered.

 

Under the Care Standards Act 2000; all posts are subject to Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.    This project receives financial support from Wolverhampton City Council.  Registered Charity No. 1065427

 

Candidates must hold a CAADA IDVA training certificate as it is an essential requirement to the job role.

 

Maintenance / Handy Person 

£9.00 per hour

Living Wage Rate 

 

We are looking for a Maintenance / Handy Person to join The Haven Wolverhampton Facilities Maintenance Team.  As a valued member of the Maintenance Team you will support the delivery of a high quality customer focused concierge handy-man/maintenance service.

 

You will be required to carry out maintenance checks, minor repairs to fixtures and fittings and ground maintenance across our refuge accommodation. Tasks will include minor carpentry and plumbing works, painting, light bulb changing and attending to safety hazards.

 

You will have good communication skills, work independently and as part of a team and be able to work under pressure.

 

For application pack and job description, please visit our website www.havenrefuge.org.uk or email recruitment@havenrefuge.org.uk or send an A4 self-addressed envelope with 95p postage stating the job title to: The Haven Wolverhampton, 18 Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4BL

 

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All posts are subject to Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.  The Haven Wolverhampton is an equal opportunities employer

 This project receives financial support from Wolverhampton City Council.  Registered Charity No. 1065427




 


 

Service User Participation

The women and children that we serve are at the heart of all we do. We ensure that service users are involved in shaping the service they receive, the wider work of The Haven and local support services. This is done in a range of ways including:

  • Consultaions
  • Feedback
  • Service User Groups
  • Peer mentor scheme - including training and accreditation
Advice UK - Advice Quality Standard
Institute of Fundraising - Open College Network
Community Matters - Women's Aid
Helplines Partnership - Living Wage Foundation

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