Careers

Any vacancies will be shown below. Please email all completed application forms to hr@safeinteesvalley.org

Out of Hours SARC Support Coordinator (Teesside)

Location(s): Teesside

Closing Date: Ongoing.

Summary

SARC Support Coordinator(s) will be responsible for providing ‘out of hours’, on-call cover to the Teesside, Durham and Northumbria SARCs.  They will primarily provide emergency assistance through the night and weekends but there may also be opportunities to work at other times when full time ‘day staff’ are not available.   

The main purpose of the ‘Out of Hours’ SARC Support Coordinator role is to ensure that the right support is available to victims of sexual assault whenever it is required.  This may or may not involve a Police investigation but will typically require immediate emotional and practical help at a critical time. Depending on the circumstances assistance may involve assisting in the gathering of non intimate evidence and, when required, supporting the victim through a forensic examination.

The role includes crisis management and client advocacy, as required, and responding to emergency ‘out of hours’ telephone calls.  The SARC Support Coordinator will provide support that includes, the completion of a risk and also needs assessments for individuals, liaising with and supporting external co-workers.  

The ‘Out of Hours’ SARC Support Coordinator will usually be the only member of the SARC Crisis Service on site at any given time and will at times be subject to lone working conditions for short periods of time.

They will be required to be flexible with availability and able to commit to working as part of a team, considering others on the rota, supporting colleagues and providing regional cover as and when required. They will have access to a mobile telephone and must be able to demonstrate that they can respond to telephone contact in an environment suitable to maintaining client confidentiality.   

Post holders must have the ability to work unsupervised in a responsible manner and they must have access to transport so that they can fulfil the requirement to open the SARC within one hour of a request being made.

See below full job description, application form and the equal opportunity monitoring form which must be completed as part of your application.

Job Description

Application Form

Equal Opportunity Monitoring

Please email all completed application forms to hr@safeinteesvalley.org

For any additional information please email hr@safeinteesvalley.org or call 01642 664440.

Out of Hours SARC Support Coordinator (Durham)

Location(s): Durham

Closing Date: Ongoing.

Summary

SARC Support Coordinator(s) will be responsible for providing ‘out of hours’, on-call cover to the Teesside, Durham and Northumbria SARCs.  They will primarily provide emergency assistance through the night and weekends but there may also be opportunities to work at other times when full time ‘day staff’ are not available.   

The main purpose of the ‘Out of Hours’ SARC Support Coordinator role is to ensure that the right support is available to victims of sexual assault whenever it is required.  This may or may not involve a Police investigation but will typically require immediate emotional and practical help at a critical time. Depending on the circumstances assistance may involve assisting in the gathering of non intimate evidence and, when required, supporting the victim through a forensic examination.

The role includes crisis management and client advocacy, as required, and responding to emergency ‘out of hours’ telephone calls.  The SARC Support Coordinator will provide support that includes, the completion of a risk and also needs assessments for individuals, liaising with and supporting external co-workers.  

The ‘Out of Hours’ SARC Support Coordinator will usually be the only member of the SARC Crisis Service on site at any given time and will at times be subject to lone working conditions for short periods of time.

They will be required to be flexible with availability and able to commit to working as part of a team, considering others on the rota, supporting colleagues and providing regional cover as and when required. They will have access to a mobile telephone and must be able to demonstrate that they can respond to telephone contact in an environment suitable to maintaining client confidentiality.   

Post holders must have the ability to work unsupervised in a responsible manner and they must have access to transport so that they can fulfil the requirement to open the SARC within one hour of a request being made.

See below full job description, application form and the equal opportunity monitoring form which must be completed as part of your application.

Job Description

Application Form

Equal Opportunity Monitoring

Please email all completed application forms to hr@safeinteesvalley.org

For any additional information please email hr@safeinteesvalley.org or call 01642 664440.

Out of Hours SARC Support Coordinator (Northumberland / Tyne and Wear)

Location(s): Northumberland / Tyne and Wear

Closing Date: Ongoing.

Summary

SARC Support Coordinator(s) will be responsible for providing ‘out of hours’, on-call cover to the Teesside, Durham and Northumbria SARCs.  They will primarily provide emergency assistance through the night and weekends but there may also be opportunities to work at other times when full time ‘day staff’ are not available.   

The main purpose of the ‘Out of Hours’ SARC Support Coordinator role is to ensure that the right support is available to victims of sexual assault whenever it is required.  This may or may not involve a Police investigation but will typically require immediate emotional and practical help at a critical time. Depending on the circumstances assistance may involve assisting in the gathering of non intimate evidence and, when required, supporting the victim through a forensic examination.

The role includes crisis management and client advocacy, as required, and responding to emergency ‘out of hours’ telephone calls.  The SARC Support Coordinator will provide support that includes, the completion of a risk and also needs assessments for individuals, liaising with and supporting external co-workers.  

The ‘Out of Hours’ SARC Support Coordinator will usually be the only member of the SARC Crisis Service on site at any given time and will at times be subject to lone working conditions for short periods of time.

They will be required to be flexible with availability and able to commit to working as part of a team, considering others on the rota, supporting colleagues and providing regional cover as and when required. They will have access to a mobile telephone and must be able to demonstrate that they can respond to telephone contact in an environment suitable to maintaining client confidentiality.   

Post holders must have the ability to work unsupervised in a responsible manner and they must have access to transport so that they can fulfil the requirement to open the SARC within one hour of a request being made.

See below full job description, application form and the equal opportunity monitoring form which must be completed as part of your application.

Job Description

Application Form

Equal Opportunity Monitoring

Please email all completed application forms to hr@safeinteesvalley.org

For any additional information please email hr@safeinteesvalley.org or call 01642 664440.

How we’re funded

SARC Teesside is jointly commissioned by NHS England and the Police Crime Commissioner for Cleveland.

Charitable donations also help support our work.

The SARC Teesside support service Crisis Workers provide 24/7 support for all victims of rape and other sexual offences.

Female, 47, Medical Examination, Police Interview

Crisis worker support: Excellent, very supportive, listened and gave good advice. A massive thank you to the staff for being so supportive with my daughter and myself at this traumatic time for her. You do an excellent job.

Female, 47, Medical Examination, Police Interview
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