A charity is looking to recruit a Modern Slavery Support Worker in Birmingham, to work within their Modern Slavery support service with victims of human trafficking. There are a number of roles available and being offered on a temporary to permanent basis.
As a Modern Slavery Support Worker in Birmingham you will be working with people who will have been trafficked to the UK for a variety of reasons. This is a unique opportunity to work with this client group for an organisation who are very reputable.
* Key working with clients to build successful and trusting relationships
* Keeping record of work done with clients in the form of support plans
* Risk assessing individuals
The successful candidate for the role of Modern Slavery Support Worker in Birmingham will have:
* Experience working with women and children with similar experiences
* Experience completing assessments
* Knowledge of completing DASH risk assessments would be beneficial
* A current driving license and access to a vehicle
* Experience of multi-agency working
* A genuine passion for working with vulnerable people
This role gives the opportunity to gain employment within a reputable organisation within the market on a unique project. It is perfect for someone with some experience of working with vulnerable women and children who want to widen their skills. Morgan Hunt have been working within Social Housing for more than 12 years to help find housing professionals the right position at the right time. We provide an honest and consultative approach will help our candidates to secure the most suitable position for them.
If you feel you meet the above criteria, please apply now.
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