New vacancies at Safer Communities

Safer Streets Support Officer

Role Purpose: The Durham Police and Crime Commissioner was successful in securing Home Office funding to support a Safer Streets project in the Easington area of County Durham. The principal aim of the project is to reduce crime making residents safer and reducing demand on the police.

The post holder will provide comprehensive and effective administrative support to the Safer Streets project within County Durham.

Responsible to:   Victim Care and Advice Service Manager (Durham)

Location:   The post holder will be based within police premises within the project area.

Salary:  £20,895.06 pro rata

Mileage:  Will be provided at £0.45p per mile.  Insurance covering business use is required in order to claim mileage.

Hours of work:  22.5 hours per week

Closing date for all applications is 15th July. Interviews to be held 22nd July. Fixed term until 31st March 2022

For more information or to apply click here.

Substance Misuse Family Practitioner.

Responsible To: Senior Practitioner Manager– Seen Heard Believed Project

Salary Range: Career Grade Scale 7 £22,201.09

Location:   Corvette House or as directed by Safer Communities and in partnership with Middlesbrough Borough Council Early Help Teams

Hours and Terms:          37hrs Fixed Term contract One Year commencing June 2021 subject to extension if funding agreed. There will be an expectation of some evening and weekend working as dictated by the business need.

Context of the Seen Heard Believed Project (SHB)

The Seen Heard Believed Project is a partnership project between Safer Communities and Middlesbrough Council, funded by the Colonel Cohen Trust and KPMG Foundation.  The project sits within MBC’s Stronger Families, Early Help Teams but remains independent and delivers a range of interventions with children, young people and families referred via the Multi-Agency Children’s Hub (MACH).

Family Practitioners will co-work and in some instances lead on a case load of families who require early help and prevention because they are showing the early signs of vulnerability. The role is to provide a Trauma Informed Practice (TIP) approach in working with the whole family, but with particular emphasis on Substance misuse and the impact for children and young people. Families can be involved with the project for as long it is needed for them to be able to take control of their own lives. Whilst the case may close for intensive support, workers will be expected to ‘check-in’ with families to ensure the intervention remains a success and provide booster sessions if needed.

Closing date is 16th July – Interviews to be held 27th July. More more info or to apply click here.


Family Practitioner

Responsible to:   Senior Practitioner Manager– Seen Heard Believed Project

Salary Range:   Career Grade Scale 7 £22,201.09 – Scale 9 £24,812.89 Dependent upon entry level qualifications and experience.

Location:   Corvette House or as directed by Safer Communities and in partnership with Middlesbrough Borough Council Early Help Teams

Hours and Terms:   37hrs Fixed Term contract Two Years commencing June 2021 subject to extension if funding agreed. There will be an expectation of some evening and weekend working as dictated by the business need.

Context of the Seen Heard Believed Project (SHB)

The Seen Heard Believed Project is a partnership project between Safer Communities and Middlesbrough Council, funded by the Colonel Cohen Trust and KPMG Foundation.  The project sits within MBC’s Stronger Families, Early Help Teams but remains independent and delivers a range of interventions with children, young people and families referred via the Multi-Agency Children’s Hub (MACH).

Family Practitioners will co-work and in some instances lead a case load of families who require early help and prevention because they are showing the early signs of vulnerability. The role is to provide a Trauma Informed Practice (TIP) approach in working with the whole family, but with particular emphasis on children and young people. Families can be involved with the project for as long it is needed for them to be able to take control of their own lives. Whilst the case may close for intensive support, workers will be expected to ‘check-in’ with families to ensure the intervention remains a success and provide booster sessions if needed.

Closing date for all applications is 16th July – Interviews to be held 27th July.

For more info or to apply click here


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