Current Vacancies

SAFE! is currently recruiting for Sessional Practitioners.

Sessional Practitioner Opportunity

We are looking for experienced practitioners to provide support on a freelance basis to young people and parents across both our Young Victims Service and our Building Respectful Families Service.   Sessional practitioners are contracted on a freelance basis to provide one-to-one support to young people who have had an experience of victimisation, or where they are affected by Child to Parent Violence (CPV).   There are also opportunities to co-facilitate group work for both services.  

SAFE! Sessional Practitioners 
Locations: Opportunities across Thames Valley, but currently we are particularly interested in applications from Buckinghamshire. 
Payment: Practitioners submit invoices on a monthly basis and are paid at a rate of £25 per hour.  They are liable for all tax and expenses.

To be considered for this opportunity you will have extensive experience of working with young people in a supportive role.  An enthusiastic self-starter with excellent communication skills, you will have experience of multi-agency working and a commitment to high standards of professionalism.

Sessional practitioners are responsible for providing appropriate support to children, young people and parents, designing individual intervention plans based on the young person’s needs and providing support to parents/carers.   Sessions may be delivered remotely (using video conference) or face to face, dependent upon the needs of clients.  
Applicants will have a good understanding of confidentiality and safe working practices and be proficient in the maintenance of records in accordance with the Data Protection (GDPR) Act.  In addition, you must be able to demonstrate your active commitment to promoting equal opportunities and diversity. 

SAFE! works across the Thames Valley, but we are particularly looking for sessional practitioners across Oxfordshire, and particularly Banbury area, and in West Berkshire.     

We are seeking people with a professional qualification in social work, teaching, youth work, probation or equivalent, and extensive experience of working with children and young people.  

Contracts will be subject to references and checks made by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) satisfactory to SAFE! 

Here is a link to the full role description

To apply, please forward your CV along with a detailed supporting statement setting out how you meet the requirements of the role and an indication of where you are based to recruitment@safeproject.org.uk