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Can you help us work towards a world without sexual violence? Join our team!

About us: New Pathways are committed to providing specialist services for everyone who has experienced recent or historical sexual violence (sexual abuse or rape). New Pathways started life nearly 30 years ago as a voluntary sexual violence counselling service. We have developed to provide a complete advocacy and support solution for adults and children including: Sexual Abuse Referral Centres (SARCs), crisis workers, independent sexual violence advisors, sexual violence support workers and sexual violence counsellors. We are recognised as a leading provider of sexual violence specialist training as well as a large volunteer program. We work throughout South, Mid and West Wales.

About you: You will share our aims (Our Aims » New Pathways ) and embody New Pathways’ ethos and values. We are looking for people who are motivated, enthusiastic, passionate about our work, and who want to make a positive difference to the lives of others.

You will be someone who likes to engage with and support others to get the best out of their experiences, have great organisational skills and good emotional intelligence. Continual improvement will be an innate part of your approach and you will thrive as an important part of our committed team.

We believe that our clients deserve the best possible service, and we work hard to achieve this. If you think that you have the skills and qualities that we are looking for, then we would love to hear from you.

Benefits of working with New Pathways

· High level of professional and wellbeing support

· Generous pension

· 33 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)

· Additional 5 days annual leave after 5 years of service

· Additional time off between Christmas and New Year

· Day off for your birthday

· Flexible working patterns.

· A package of wellbeing support including self-care workshops, reflective practice meetings, flexible lunchtimes, staff recognition schemes etc.

· Access to training, relevant to the role.

· Continuous opportunities for career development

· Access to supervision for all staff

· Access to Health Assured 24 hour telephone crisis support

· Access to Health Assured counselling

· Mentor and ‘buddy’ system for all new staff

· Staff ‘Away Days’

· Laptop and mobile phone (where required)

New Pathways are equal opportunities employers, we value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applications for employment.

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Crisis Workers

Hours: On call basis – Day time and out of hours shifts including weekends

Location: Gwent, South Wales, Mid and West Wales

Salary: Competitive shift and hourly rates

Term: Zero Hours Contract

About the role:

  • To offer support to victims of sexual violence during forensic medical examinations and police interviews.
  • Zero-hour contract – On call basis – Day time and out of hours shifts including weekends

Crisis Worker Job Description

Supporting Information

Equal Opportunities Questionnaire

GDPR Privacy Notice for Job Applicants

New Pathways Job Application Form

If you are interested please submit a completed application form to  jobs@newpathways.org.uk

Ongoing recruitment

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Children and Young Persons’ ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Advisor)

Hours: Full time (37 hours per week)

Location: Cwm Taf, South Wales

Salary: £25,360

Term: Fixed term until March 2023

About the role:

The successful applicant will join our team in South Wales to deliver Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) Services.  ISVAs are survivor-focused advisors, who support survivors of recent and non-recent rape and sexual abuse to enable them to access the services they need in the aftermath of the abuse they have experienced. An ISVA provides advocacy and individual support, and this will vary from client to client. This includes providing them with the right information so that they can make informed decisions about whether to seek justice through the criminal justice system.

The role of the Children’s ISVA is to have a regular caseload including supporting children and young people who are survivors of sexual violence. The ISVA will focus on ways in which we can develop our service to better meet the needs of children and young people.

The support is tailored to the needs of individuals and is delivered as a blended offering that includes face to face appointments, and remote work via telephone and video calling.

CYP ISVA Job Description – May 2021-2

Equal Opportunities Questionnaire

GDPR Privacy Notice for Job Applicants

New Pathways Job Application Form

If you are interested please submit a completed application form to  jobs@newpathways.org.uk

Closing Date: 9.00am 23rd November 2021

Interview Date: 26th November 2021

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