Equation is looking for a Service Manager who will be responsible for ensuring a high quality, best practice, survivor focused support service and will develop the reach of our work by effectively promoting the service to referrers and survivors.
The post holder will manage a team of:
- 5 IDVAs / Support Workers
- 2 Helpline & Admin Project Workers
The team support men and self-identifying men across Nottingham City and County who are experiencing domestic abuse and stalking.
The successful candidate will be joining the charity during an exciting period of growth and will be able to play a role in shaping the future direction of the Domestic Abuse Service for Men.
We are looking for a collaborative and committed individual, with knowledge of domestic and sexual abuse, leadership skills and the ability to inspire and motivate others. Ideally, you would have experience in a managerial role, and/or service delivery. Although, this isn’t essential.
Working hours: 30-37 hours per week
Working terms: Permanent
Salary: £29,519 per year, Pro-Rata.
Applications Deadline: Thursday 7th July 2022 at 9am (Equation reserve the right to close the post early if a sufficient number of applications have been received)
Interviews: Friday 15th July 2022
How to apply:
Please fully complete the application form, evidencing your skills and experience and how they align with those required in the Person Specification and Job Description. Send your application or any queries to email@example.com
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