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We're proud of the service we provide and the hard work of our staff and volunteers. 

We have opportunities all over England and Wales for you to join Victim Support and make a big difference to the lives of people affected by crime.

If you're looking for the next challenging and rewarding step in your career we can give you training, opportunities and a great working environment.

Find out about the rewards and benefits of working for Victim Support.

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We welcome staff and volunteers from every walk of life and from every community. This helps us reach out to people in need, whatever their circumstances. That’s why we have policies in place to make sure we attract the best staff and volunteers from all communities. 

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  • Bid Manager

    Closing Date: 15 February 2016

    Immediate start preferred.

  • Bid Writer

    Closing Date: 15 February 2016

    Victim Support is a forward-looking charity that is widely recognised as a world leader in developing and delivering victim and witness services that reach into all communities. We are grounded in local communities across England and Wales, as well as having the strength of a national infrastructure and a well-established, award-winning volunteer network.

  • Children and Families Support Worker - Trafford

    Closing Date: 10 February 2016

    Victim Support is looking to recruit a children and families support worker to be based in Trafford, Greater Manchester. The working hours are part time, 18 hours per week, to be worked in agreement with the line manager. This is a temporary post due to end on or before 31 March 2018, subject to continued funding.

  • Domestic Violence Contract Manager, London

    Closing Date: 15 February 2016

    We are looking for someone with a background in third sector commissioned services, who has the experience, personality and appetite to help us continue our work as the leading provider of support and campaigning for victims of crime. You must also have knowledge of domestic violence issues.

  • Hate Crime Victim Champion - Ingatestone

    Closing Date: 16 February 2016

    This is temporary fixed term contract for 12 months.

  • Homicide Support Worker - London

    Closing Date: 25 February 2016

    As a Homicide Support Worker for Victim Support, you will provide high quality administrative support to the homicide team, assisting them in their role to deliver a premium service to people bereaved by homicide.

  • Independent Domestic Violence Advocate - Barking

    Closing Date: 22 February 2016

    This is a temporary contract due to end on or before 31 August 2016, with possible extension should funding be secured.

    We are looking for an Independent Domestic Violence Advocate (IDVA) to work 25 hours per week for the Victim Support, supporting women and men affected by domestic violence.

  • Independent Victims Adviser - Harrogate/York

    Closing Date: 9 February 2016

    We are looking to recruit an Independent Victims Adviser based in Harrogate or York, covering the West area of North Yorkshire. This is a temporary position funded until 31 March 2017, with potential to extend should funding be secured. The working hours are 37.5 per week, to be worked in line with published rota.

  • Initial Response Officer - Gloucester

    Closing Date: 8 February 2016

    Victim Support is looking to recruit an Initial Response Officer to be based in our Gloucester office. The working hours are 37.5 per week, to be worked in line with the published rota.

  • Redbridge Victim’s Advocate - London

    Closing Date: 10 February 2016

    This is a temporary post to end on 31 March 2017.

    As a Victim's Advocate you will carry and manage a caseload of anti-social behaviour (ASB) cases and work in close partnership with the local authority and police.

    You will attend and lead the victims' panel and liaise with partner agencies to achieve successful outcomes for victims of ASB and violent crime.

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