Stay Safe East – Job Vacancy

Stay East Job

PLEASE NOTE THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POST HAS BEEN EXTENDED (PLEASE READ BELOW)

Hate Crime and Harassment
Advocacy Casework and Outreach Caseworker

( £25,480 pro-rata for 17.5 hours per week)

You will support Deaf and disabled victims of disability and other hate crime
or harassment in Newham and Waltham Forest. You will take reports, advise
clients of their options, support them through the process and help to ensure
that victims get justice or resolution. You will also give talks and
presentations to local groups.

You must have direct experience of advocacy with Deaf and disabled people,
an understanding of hate crime and its impact on victims and an ability to
negotiate with statutory agencies . You will work as part of a small team
passionately committed to promoting human rights and getting the best for
our users.

Training provided. Accessible office and adaptive software.
This post is open to Deaf and disabled people only. We as are user-led
organisation offering peer support to Deaf and disabled people.

Funded by the Mayor’s Office on Policing and Crime (MOPAC) to 31.3.2016.

Closing date: Friday June 5th 2015 at 12 noon.

Interviews: Wednesday June 10th (pm) at our offices.

For job details and an application form, please contact:
Ruth Bashall, Director, Stay Safe East
90 Crownfield Road London E15 2BG
T: 0208 519 7241 SMS text: 0758 7134 122
e-mail: director@staysafe-east.org.uk

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