The post will support the Building Communities Together (BCT) Partnership and BCT Team in respect of building community resilience and raising awareness of domestic abuse, modern slavery and other hidden harm in West Berkshire.
You will be required to work with a range of partners agencies and work with communities to develop a common understanding of vulnerability and to develop community based solutions to address the issues of domestic abuse, modern slavery, female genital mutilation, honour based violence and forced marriage, radicalisation and child sexual exploitation.
You will have at least three years’ experience working in a similar environment and good experience of working in partnership with the voluntary sector.
This role has been identified as public facing in accordance with Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2017; the requirement to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence in English applies.
West Berkshire Council offer excellent employment benefits such as flexible working, access to a wide range of relevant training, local government pension scheme, family friendly policies, a range of local discounts and much more. You will also be entitled to a generous annual leave entitlement of 26 days per annum rising to a maximum of 34 days, depending on how long you’ve worked for us and the grade of your job.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 17th September, 2019.
Please contact Jo Naylor on (01635) 503019 for an informal chat about this role.
This is a fixed term role for 12 months