Posted on behalf of Advance
You can become part of the Advance team and become part of a well respected and well established charity working to support women to cope and recover from experiences of domestic abuse and supporting women who are at risk of offending or with short term sentences to reduce offending.
Five years ago we diversified our services to start our successful Minerva project, working with women offenders, many of whom are also experiencing domestic abuse. Less than one year ago Advance became part of the Angelou Partnership who successfully won the contract for an exciting new range of services seeking to counteract Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) in the three borough area (Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster and Hammersmith and Fulham). This includes sexual violence, FGM, forced marriage, honour based violence and work with younger women.
Female* Programme Manager
Grade/Salary: NJC scale 34-40: £32,827 – £37,297 per annum (Inc. London Weighting)
This is the salary range by negotiation
Working hours: 35 hours per week with some on-call management cover required
Work location: Based at ADVANCE Hammersmith office
The Programme Manager will work with Advance management team, Angelou Partners and funders to ensure high quality delivery of services across the partnership, managing change and innovation, coordinating a range of services, including setting up pilot project and joint training and development opportunities across Angelou and ensuring accurate quarterly reports to the three boroughs. Managerial experience at a senior level is required as well as experience of working with a range of partners to deliver joint services and casework management experience.
The post-holder will be responsible for coordinating and reporting on the delivery of VAWG services, overseeing coordinating and ensuring the quality delivery of a range of services covering the VAWG agenda commissioned by the three boroughs (Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster and Hammersmith &Fulham), and operational management of and for ensuring services are safety focused and of the highest quality to reduce risk and meet women and children’s needs. A sound knowledge of domestic abuse and VAWG services, criminal justice interventions, casework management, and safeguarding practice will be required.
Closing date: 26th February at 12pm Interview date: 7th & 8th March
For more information and to apply please go here