We are currently recruiting the following:
Psychological Support Worker
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Independent Domestic Violence Adviser (IDVA)
Want to be part of a new complex needs project?
Hestia are incredibly excited to be working in partnership with Ealing CGL and CAPE to provide a one stop shop service which is a specialist service catering for female victims of domestic abuse.
Be part of our small but amazing team of specialists in the provision of mental health and substance misuse services, empowered by supportive management.
You will be supported from day one with our local and corporate staff induction to welcome you, a range of in-house and external training opportunities to further develop skills and knowledge and once you have passed your probation, you will also have the opportunity to attend the SafeLives IDVA Training.
We are not going to lie, this is a challenging job but one where you can make a real difference to someone. So if you are someone who wants to be an advocate for female victims of domestic abuse, who thrives in a demanding and at times difficult position, we would really like to hear from you.
We welcome applications from candidates with lived experience.
Due to the nature of the service this vacancy is open to female candidates only.
Community Activities Project Ealing (CAPE) was founded 20 years ago, to meet the needs of individuals living with mental health needs in the local community. Our founding service was a safe place in the form of a Café where people could meet and take up peer support. This service continues to this day. However, over the years we have recognised that we are working with a wide range of needs that have an impact on an individual’s mental health and well-being, so we have developed and continue to develop a suite of services to respond to a wide range of needs. We focus on the individual not just the diagnosis, which encourages us to recognise that each person is different and has complex needs and so our response needs to be multi-layered.