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A2 Dominion are recruiting for a new 12 month fixed term post available on their helpline and access service for a Black, Asian and Ethnically Diverse (BAED) worker.

Read the full job description and apply here.

Helpline and Access Officer

Location: Oxford

Salary: £25,819.41 per annum

Fixed Term Contract – 12 months, full time

We are a residential property group with a social purpose. Our vision is to improve people’s lives through high quality homes and services. Whilst we take a commercial approach to housebuilding, we reinvest all our profits into building more new homes and supporting the communities where we work.

We provide affordable, private and social rented homes, student, NHS and temporary accommodation, as well as supported housing and homes for older people. We also offer high-quality sustainable homes for sale and shared ownership, available through our FABRICA by A2Dominion brand.

Whilst we take a commercial approach to housebuilding, all of the surpluses the Group generates are reinvested into supporting our social purpose, helping to deliver more homes and services for customers.

About you and the role

We are recruiting a BAED Domestic Abuse Access Officer to work in the access team and on the helpline to provide support to victims of domestic abuse who are black, Asian and ethnically diverse on a short-term level to address barriers that victims with these characteristics face.

Working within A2Dominion’s Domestic Abuse Services, the helpline and access team offers advice, signposting, guidance, and support clients to access appropriate specialist domestic abuse services in the area and refuge further afield.

The role will see you hold a small caseload of clients with one of the above protected characteristics and provide intensive, short term support for up to 8 weeks either in person or virtually, and begin to address the obstacles that prevent people from accessing support regarding domestic abuse.