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Trauma-Informed Project Worker

    We are looking for diligent, committed, and motivated individuals to work as members of our Trauma-Informed Support Services; areas of work include the Helpline, 1-2-1 casework, group work, Refuge and within CYP services. 

    We are a people-focused, can-do organisation that strives for excellence in all we do. If you share these values and behaviours and have the necessary skills, we look forward to hearing from you.

    Job Information

    We are looking for a Trauma-Informed Project Worker.

    •  NJC SCP 12 £23,532- NJC SCP 15 £24,974FTE
      (Salary scale dependent on experience and qualification).
    • Part-time and full-time hours are considered.
      Please confirm in your application if you are seeking full-time or part-time hours. Please note, in your application, your minimum and maximum hours if you’re seeking part-time hours.


    Please take time to read the Job Description and Person Specification. The short-listing process is scored against criteria you can identify in the Person Specification.

    We seek responses that provide robust examples of how you feel you meet these criteria. 



    Please return your completed Application Form to [email protected]

    The closing date for applications is 26 February 2024 @ 5pm.

    Interviews are to be held on March 5, 2024.

    Additional Benefits

    • 35 hours FTE per week full-time equivalent 
    • Pension 7% employer contribution
    • Westfield Health Plan
    • 26 days leave a year, rising to 31 days for increments per full working (plus bank holidays)
    • Training and development opportunities


    Rotherham Rise strives to be an equal opportunities employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds. We are particularly keen to hear from individuals who speak languages (other than English) that represent Rotherham’s diverse community.  

    Appointments are subject to Rotherham Rise receiving an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service and references that we consider acceptable.

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