Hate Crime Support Worker - Cheshire
The role of a Hate Crime Support Worker in Cheshire involves working with people affected by Hate Crime across all the 5 strands, as well as those committing such offences.
Working with Victims: You will be required to make initial contact with victims on a daily basis, and then provide support online, via phone and in person when requested. You will provide emotional, practical and personal support by creating an individualized support plan, which is bespoke to their individual needs within a few days after the Hate Crime has taken place. The aim of your role will be to support the service user with any needs they have since the incident/offence, support them through the CJS process, provide them relevant information about the CJS, signpost and refer them onto suitable bespoke support agencies, provide emotional, practical and personal support on a regular basis, and help the victims feel able to cope and recover, and be more confident to report any further incidents or offences of Hate Crime.
Working with the offenders: You will be required to deliver a 2 session Hate Crime Programme for youths and adults. You will work closely with the Police, Youth Justice Teams and schools to identify suitable youths and adults to participate in the sessions. These sessions will increase understanding and awareness about the impact of their negative behaviour on communities and victims of Hate Crime. These sessions will take place face to face or online.
Position | Hate Crime Support Worker
Location | Cheshire
Hours | 35 hours per week
Salary | £21,091 rising to £23,338 at the end of Year 2 in role plus 6% employer pension contribution
Application pack and guidance is available here or download using the links below.
Please return completed application forms along with your equal opportunities form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 5.00pm - Thursday 7 July 2022
Interviews will take place: Thursday 19 July 2022, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire