Vacancies

Interested in working within the Golden Key programme? 

Current vacancies include:

 

Golden Key Service Coordinator (Female)

Salary: £27,947

Contract Type: Temporary/contract, seconded from One25

Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours

Location: Bristol

Contract Details: 2 year fixed term contract

Closing date:  Monday 2 December 09:00

Interviews: W/C 9 December 2019

 

Do you want to be part of a pro-active service supporting women who are trapped in street sex work?

Are you passionate about supporting some of Bristol’s most vulnerable women to make positive changes in their lives?

One25 is a Bristol based, registered charity (no.1062391) with a Christian ethos providing services for women trapped in street sex-work and those who are building positive new lives away from the streets.

Role description

To engage and support women with multiple disadvantages in leading their journeys, and to maximise their choice and control over the support they receive.

Working, with Golden Key and other agencies, to identify and help challenge blocks in the system, find creative solutions for clients, share learning and help influence change in the way agencies provide services for the client group.

To participate in the Golden Key approach to ‘action learning’ and help influence change in the way services are designed and delivered in future. To be part of a team developing a range of research and learning activities focused on building long term sustainable changes to the systems that support clients with multiple disadvantages.

It is an occupational requirement that applications for this post are open to women only, as permitted under Schedule 9, Part 1, of the Equality Act 2010. Enhanced DBS check will be required.

For more information and to apply for this role please follow this link.

 

Volunteer Peer Mentors

We are currently recruiting Volunteer Peer Mentors.

Are you interested in using your lived experience of homelessness, substance misuse, prison or mental health issues to help support someone with complex needs? If so then please read more about it and get in touch with the Peer Mentoring Service here.