Domestic Abuse Counsellor (Warwickshire)
NJC Scale 6 SCP 18 to SO 1 SCP 25 £25,419 to £30,095 (dependent on qualifications and experience in line with LE’s pay structure)
Hours of work
Full or Part-time
Listening Ear (Merseyside) - abbreviated as LE below
Part-time, sessional, fixed-term, permanent or freelance candidates will be considered. Freelance rates are £33.15 per session including all associated administrative duties and travel time.
Homeworking and within community or school locations as often as is required. Infrequent but some requirement to attend our HQ in Merseyside for induction and training.
12th July 2022 at 9.00am. We reserve the right to close the application window early if there is a lot of interest in the role advertised. We therefore encourage you to submit your application as early as possible.
To support children, young people and adult victim survivors of Domestic Abuse through the provision of a counselling service.
A CV containing full contact details should be returned to email@example.com along with the completed Covering Document by the 12th July 2022 at 9.00am.
Unfortunately we are unable to contact unsuccessful applicants and are unable to give feedback on individual applications.
ABOUT LISTENING EAR
- Listening Ear is a leading third sector, mental health organisation with its headquarters in Knowsley, Merseyside
- Our organisation specialises in delivering therapy and support services to children, young people and adults presenting with bereavement and traumatic loss, occupational health counselling and suicide postvention support services (please see listening-ear.co.uk)
- Listening Ear holds full BACP Service Accreditation for its adult and CYP services (the first organisation to achieve BACP accreditation in Merseyside in 2004)
- We are continuing to grow and now offer services in Merseyside, Cheshire, South Yorkshire, Lancashire, Coventry and Warwickshire, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and Thames Valley.
In the last four years we:
- Delivered counselling to over 5,000 adults and 4,000 children and young people
- Grew our unique suicide postvention service (Amparo) so that it now services a population of 12.2 million people (22% of the population of England)
- Delivered training in therapeutic approaches, suicide, self-harm and mental health awareness and specialist courses in bereavement and loss to over 500 front-line professionals
- Supported clinical placements for over forty counsellors in training
- Established a new department, Mindset Training, dedicated to the development of counselling professionals and supporting education in therapeutic approaches amongst a wide-range of frontline professionals