MK-ACT are hiring!

See below the job roles that MK-ACT are currently looking for to see if they are right for you!

Independent Domestic Violence Advocate (IDVA)

Closes 31st July 2023.

Children and Young People Support Worker – Maternity Cover

We will look at Part time or full time hours, pro rata £25,481 for 37.5 hours, for those that hold childcare qualification and for those that do not hold qualification £24,981.

Closes 31st July 2023.

Health Independent Domestic Violence Advocate (HIDVA) 
35 Hours per week
Salary: £Competitive 

Closes 31st July 2023.

MK-ACT is an equal opportunities employer committed to quality, equality, diversity and inclusion welcoming applications from all sections of the community.

For recruitment packs for all roles, contact and reference the relevant job roles.

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We are hiring!

Are you looking for a new challenge and are passionate about the work of the not-for-profit sector? Do you want a role that supports a busy team as well as volunteers, voluntary groups and communities to do great things? If so, then we have multiple vacancies on offer for you. Read on to find out more …

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Senior Development Officer – Volunteering and Outreach

Salary: £29,577 per annum 

Hours of Work: 37hrs per week (usually Monday to Friday during business hours, though there is a requirement to work outside of regular business hours occasionally). 

Term of contract: Permanent 

Deadline for Applications: 19th January 2022, 4pm

Interview date: Thursday 27th January 2022

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MK ACT are hiring!

Children and Young People’s Support Worker

37.5 hours per week, £25,252 per annum

Starting rate: £24,252 and after 6 months will rise to £24,752 following successful completion of probationary period.  After 12 months’ salary will be increased to £25,252

Work Pattern: Full-time, within office hours (some flexibility)

Based at MK-Act Office within their refuge provision.

MK ACT have an exciting opportunity to work with their organisation to support the Children and Young People (CYP), whose families have come into the Refuge.  As a CYP support worker, your job is to promote the well-being of children in the refuge, provide assessments, identify their needs and any risk posed to them. Support will be identified using a support plan and key working. You will contribute to group-work and therapeutic interventions. MK ACT are looking for an individual who is committed in supporting those affected by Domestic Violence and to join their strong, caring and hardworking team.

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