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In this important role you will deliver support to service users with complex needs who have experienced domestic abuse and been provided with short term, emergency refuge accommodation in Bath & North East Somerset.

Acting in a ‘lead professional’ capacity, you will also provide support to enable service users to move to longer-term appropriate accommodation.

We are looking for individuals who have experience of working with people who have experienced domestic abuse and possess a sound understanding of domestic abuse and associated issues.

Experience of working with people who may also have more complex needs such as substance misuse or mental health difficulties is also key, as is a good level of understanding of the Benefits system, including Universal Credit.

Naturally, you will have an excellent level of IT literacy in MS Office products and case management systems and be comfortable communicating with people at all levels.

Additional Information: DHI offers up to 31 days paid leave (service-related) in addition to statutory holidays, a 7% pension contribution, Cycle to Work Scheme and Employee Assistance Scheme. DHI is a Disability Confident Committed Employer.

How to Apply:

Please use the enclosed Job Description and Person Specification (on website) to complete an Application Form and Skills Form and send to before Midday 5th April 2022.

Find out more here.

Specialist Resettlement Worker (Domestic Abuse)


NJC pt. 9 -19 (£21,269-£25,927) Depending on experience


18.75 hrs per week and such additional hours as are required by the business from time to time

Contract Type:

Fixed Term Until March 2023


Post is based within service partner’s head office in central Bath. Any other location reasonably requested by the organisation.

Close Date:

Tuesday, 5 April 2022

Email Contact:

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