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Support Worker (Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery)

Employer
Supporting Futures Consulting Ltd
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
30 Jun 2022

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Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Role: Support Worker (Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery)

Based: Nottinghamshire

Rate: £11 - £14 per hour dependent on experience

Hours: 37.5 hours

Start Date: ASAP

Duration: Minimum 3 months / Temporary to Permanent

Our client, a respected national charity who provide support, advocacy and safe housing to victims of Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery, is looking to recruit a Support Worker to support victims of modern-day slavery who are living within the East Midlands.

Synopsis of duties:

· Working within the community, key working approximately 15 victims of human trafficking and modern day slavery

· Managing a caseload and provide emotional, practical and advocacy support through the Criminal Justice System

· Processing referrals from the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) and inducting clients into the service

· Supporting clients with NRPF (No Recourse to Public Funds) to access support and identify alternative funding streams and services

· Working closely with the Home Office and Immigration services regarding asylum and residency applications and supporting clients to complete application and challenge decisions

· Supporting clients with all practical and emotional needs including move on housing, crisis funds/ benefits, sexual health support, finances and income management, community integration, training and voluntary opportunities, counselling, English lessons and to repatriate to their birth country (should they wish)

· Promote the service and ensure clients have access to all available services and working closely with a range of partners, agencies and services

Essential Requirements:

· Experience of supporting vulnerable clients in supported housing including those experiencing homelessness, those who have experienced domestic abuse, trafficking and/ or modern slavery and those with mental health and substance misuse

· Proven track record of successfully carrying and managing a complex caseload

· A background in Supported Housing, Refugee/ Asylum Seekers Support or Domestic Violence Support would be highly desirable

For more information, please call Lisa Yates

Supporting Futures Consulting acts as both an employer and an agency.
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