Jobs

Work with us

We are always looking for committed, passionate and caring people to join the team at NIDAS.

Roles

We are looking for dynamic individuals that will provide a non-judgmental, non-directive, emotional and practical support to families in Mansfield and Ashfield.

 Reception and Administration Worker

As the first point of contact for NIDAS, you will be a dynamic self-starter playing a key role for representing NIDAS. You will have strong organisational skills and work well in a team to ensure families are offered support.

Main duties

  • Answering incoming calls, dealing with enquiries, transferring calls to relevant departments, or taking effective messages
  • Dealing with mail either incoming or outgoing
  • Dealing with incoming emails enquiries, forwarding to a suitable team member for action
  • Note taking at relevant meetings
  • Monitoring and ordering office stationery, ensuring the most cost effective methods
  • Gaining quotes for products and or services
    Processing DBS checks for volunteers and new starters
  • Inputting referral/client information on case management system
  • Monitoring referrals figures and updating spread sheets
  • General office/administrative duties to support the wider team
  • Develop links and partnerships with local services to promote NIDAS
  • Work alongside marketing manager to promote the work of NIDAS

Read the full job specification: Reception and Administration Worker  – Job specification.

Apply: Email [email protected] for an application pack – we do not accept CVs

  • Closing date: 19th February 2024
  • Interview date: 26th February 2024

 

Domestic Abuse Outreach Worker – CYP and Women

Purpose of the role

  • Provide a planned programme of support for women and children on a 1-1 basis or small groups
  • NIDAS provides a holistic whole family support approach.
  • Raising awareness of domestic abuse

Main duties

  • Provide a safe, environment in which to provide support.
  • Take a person-centred approach to provide support to clients addressing their immediate and long term support needs
  • Identify risk using the SafeLives DASH assessment toolkit and refer to the Multi Agency
  • Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) as appropriate.
  • Work in a trauma informed way with members of the family.
  • Provide emotional and practical support, drawing on strengths within their capacity to meet their potential.
  • Safety planning and referrals to external agencies for support.
  • Advocacy for families ensuring their wishes and feelings are heard, and support agencies understand the complexities and impact of domestic abuse
  • Support the wider team during annual leave/sickness.
  • Engage in regular case reviews with the wider team/management to work through complex cases and offer insights from experience to overcome challenges together.
  • Be able manage own caseload and know and communicate limitations.
  • To have continual high regard for the use and communication of client and agency data that complies with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
  • To promote and support equality and empowerment within all areas of work.

Read the full job specification: Domestic Abuse Outreach Worker – CYP and Women

Apply: Email [email protected] for an application pack – we do not accept CVs

  • Closing date: 19th February 2024
  • Interview date: 27th February 2024

 

Domestic Abuse Outreach Worker – Women

Purpose of the role

  • Provide a planned programme of support for women on a 1-1 basis or small groups.
  • NIDAS provides a holistic whole family support approach.
  • Raising awareness of domestic abuse

Main duties

  • Provide a safe, environment in which to provide support.
  • Take a person centred approach to provide support to clients addressing their immediate and long term support needs
  • Identify risk using the SafeLives DASH assessment toolkit and refer to the Multi
  • Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) as appropriate.
  • Work in a trauma informed way with members of the family.
  • Provide emotional and practical support, drawing on strengths within their capacity to meet their potential.
  • Safety planning and referrals to external agencies for support.
  • Advocacy for families ensuring their wishes and feelings are heard, and support agencies understand the complexities and impact of domestic abuse
  • Support the wider team during annual leave/sickness.
  • Engage in regular case reviews with the wider team/management to work through complex cases and offer insights from experience to overcome challenges together.
  • Be able manage own caseload and know and communicate limitations.
  • To have continual high regard for the use and communication of client and agency data that complies with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
  • To promote and support equality and empowerment within all areas of work.

Read the full job specification: Domestic Abuse Outreach Worker – Women

Apply: Email [email protected] for an application pack – we do not accept CVs

  • Closing date: 19th February 2024
  • Interview date: 27th February 2024

 

Family Support Worker

We seek a dynamic self-starter who will play a key role in the development and growth of the Family Service. You will be empathic and ensure that the voice of the survivor is heard and that it feeds into the strategic direction of the organisation to promote a client led vision.

Purpose of the role

  • Support survivors to understand how domestic abuse may have affected them and relationships, working with the wider family together to be a stronger family unit.
  • Deliver support to families through dynamic family sessions using a strengths based and solution focused approach.
  • Facilitate domestic abuse educator group programmes to individuals, groups and their families.
  • Offer consultancy, support and training to agencies/professionals understand the dynamics of domestic abuse to influence wider change in practice.
  • To share learning and knowledge with wider team to stay up to date current in practice
  • To support and influence change locally/regionally/nationally
  • To work in partnership with local agencies and appreciate the strengths of this approach

Read the full job specification: Family Support Worker

Apply: Email [email protected] for an application pack – we do not accept CVs

  • Closing date: 20th February 2024
  • Interview date: 27th February 2024

Application form

To apply for roles at NIDAS, please complete this application form and return to [email protected]

 

Staff

If we are not currently recruiting for any suitable positions for you at NIDAS, but you are interested in working with us, we would still like to hear from you. Please send your CV to [email protected] and we will keep it on file.

 

Volunteers, student placements, internships and work experience

Please see our volunteering page for more information.

 

Board of Trustee’s

We are recruiting new trustees for our Board. We are looking for trustees with a passion to serve those affected by domestic abuse, and who have the skills and experience in one or more of these areas:

  • Charity finance including financial planning and budgeting, and year-end accounts
  • Fundraising from trusts and foundations
  • Business development
  • PR, social media and marketing
  • Governance
  • Survivor of domestic abuse

Whether you are an experienced trustee or wanting to take your first step at Board level, we want to hear from you. Learn more about what we are looking for in the full specification here: NIDAS Trustee Specification.

Please get in touch if you would like more information by emailing [email protected].