We currently have a vacancy for a Project Manager without our organisation to Co-ordinate and develop Big Lottery projects across Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. The Project Manager’s role is to co-ordinate and develop the Big Lottery Projects and staff to ensure quality service deliver and maximum positive outcomes.
Threshold DAS Ltd is an organisation dedicated to the elimination of domestic abuse and sexual violence. We achieve this by running various projects that engage with specific groups within the community to provide support and empowerment and change behaviours.
Project Y is one of our Big Lottery projects that strives to achieve this. The project’s aim is to increase the safety of young people by providing engaging holistic support, through a wide range of programmes. The ‘Sparrow’ programme raises awareness in children and young people about the importance of healthy relationships by delivering seminars on areas such as social media, sexting and using the internet safely, sexual health and understanding sexual orientation, bullying, peer pressure, substance, drug and alcohol abuse, self-harming and suicide intervention, mental health and healthy eating. This model’s initiative will be delivered in schools, youth clubs, colleges and third party sector organisations that support young people. The ‘Purple Heart’ programme is an early intervention programme focusing on teenage use of violence in close relationships, whilst the ‘Making Waves’ programme addresses young people’s abusive behavior directed towards family members. The ‘Open 4 All’ mediation programme works with the whole family, developed to aid young people and their families to reach mutually acceptable settlements to conflicts. Lastly the ‘Only Health and Legal Professionals Aloud’ programme provides training for all health care professionals, judges, magistrates and legal professionals, to develop skills and a greater understanding of domestic abuse and its effects on children and young people so they are more easily able to identify abuse and refer to the most appropriate service. Whether children and young people are victims or displaying problematic behaviours, we aim to provide them with an accredited programme of support, equipping them to make positive choices and giving them the tools they need to become adults free of domestic abuse.
- To line manage the staff of big lottery Projects.
- Organise team meetings.
- Build key relationships with partner agencies, local authorities and commissioners across Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
- Work with Police, Social Services and key agencies to develop a clear information sharing protocol.
- Publicise the project by delivering presentations at MARACs, safeguarding meetings, Youth services, Family First, Dyfed Powys Police and South Wales Police, Social work team meetings and Community safety Partnership events across South Wales.
- Keep accurate and confidential records of discussions.
- To prepare high quality reports for other agencies in line with the confidentiality policy.
- To be aware of the process of core group and case conferences.
- To take part in casework and risk review meetings to ensure children’s safety remains at the forefront of the work.
- To implement actions agreed in the risk review discussions.
- Support through the court system including criminal courts and family courts.
- Support and facilitate health and well-being.
- To assist in presentations or workshops.
- To assist in representing the projects as required in meetings, seminars and conferences.
- To provide statistical reports to meet requirements of funders.
- To develop new approaches to service delivery to ensure that service remains current and valued.
- To undertake any necessary tasks to raise and maintain the profile and reputation of the service.
- To attend line management sessions as requested and implement any decisions agreed.
- To assist with general cover of the Theshold DAS Ltd Outreach office, ensuring an up to date understanding of domestic abuse issues by participation in relevant training.
- To participate in the ‘On call’ rota to enable the 24hr, 360 days a year, emergency support for the refuge service users.
- To undertake other duties as reasonably requested.
This role is subject to a fixed term contract that will expire in April, 2021. Continuation funding is not guaranteed.
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
To apply please download the Application Form below:
Please return your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for recruitment is 24 September 2018