Vacancies are advertised below, and we are always looking for great social workers to join our outstanding team - see here for more details.

If you are interested in joining the PACT team as a volunteer we also have volunteer positions available. We are also looking for self-employed contractors.

PACT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults therefore please note our recruitment procedure includes DBS checks and overseas checks (where applicable). For employment roles PACT will help with the cost of these. Please note prospective employees will need to evidence they have the relevant permission to work in the UK. PACT is a supportive place to work and our friendly HR team will be available to help you from the first step and through the recruitment process.

For further information about any of the roles below please email or telephone 0118 402 1681.

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Current opportunities

Bounce Back 4 Kids Senior Support Worker

Bounce Back for Kids (BB4K) is an innovative and holistic suite of programmes which includes support group work aimed at children aged between five and 12 years old and their non-abusive parent/carer.

It has been developed by PACT and provides support to families once the abuse has ended and the perpetrator is no longer living in the family home. The project also delivers a programme for teens and their non-abusive parent/carer (Recovery Toolkit). PACT are currently developing a complementary under fives programme which would result in a service for children of all ages. BB4K also offers one-to-one support and signposting for families that need immediate support or are not suitable to attend a group programme. The team also delivers training to professionals.

The BB4K senior support worker will be responsible for leading this vital project including promotion, overseeing enquiries and referrals, delivering, reporting, monitoring and development and ensure that all aspects of the service are maintained with the highest of quality standards. In order to achieve these outcomes for families you will oversee and support a committed, passionate and integral team of volunteers, including students, as well as recruit new members of the team into a variety of roles.

You will succeed in this role if you have an in-depth knowledge of domestic abuse and the long term impact on survivors' experience. You will also need excellent group work skills and experience of supporting children and young people. The post holder will also need sound administrative skills in order to complete measurement tools and necessary reporting.

This is a permanent, full-time post, based in Reading. The salary is in the range of £28,374 - £34,680 per annum.

The deadline for applications is midday on Monday 4th February 2019 and interviews will be on Monday 11th February 2019.

If you would like to apply for this role please send a personal statement to detailing how your skills, knowledge and experience meet the criteria outlined in the job description by the closing date.

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£28,374 - £34,680pa





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Closing date:

Monday, February 4, 2019 - 12:00