Committed to Ending Abuse (CEA)
Committed to Ending Abuse (CEA)

Charity registered in Scotland SC000058

CEA is an inclusive service committed to ending all forms of abuse. We provide support and advice to anyone regardless of age, beliefs, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual orientation and race.

Current vacancies

Independent Domestic Abuse Advocate (IDAA

  • Full time
  • £27,040.65
  • Falkirk
  • Closing 23rd March 2024

Committed to Ending Abuse (CEA), formerly Falkirk & District Women’s Aid, is seeking to recruit a full-time Independent Domestic Abuse Advocate (IDAA). CEA Ltd operates an integrated three-stage trauma recovery model and whilst all staff are expected to work across these areas, the particular focus of this post is Stage One Crisis Recovery. The purpose of which is to keep women, men, and their children safe, free from further serious harm/homicide and to enable recovery from Trauma.

The purpose of this post is to provide an independent advocacy service to women, men who have experienced domestic abuse and are assessed to be at very high risk and possibly at risk of repeat victimisation and have therefore been referred to the MARAC (Multi-agency Risk Assessment Conference).

The post holder will work directly with clients, in conjunction with MARAC colleagues, on a short to medium term basis. They will also formally advocate for individuals within professional advocacy settings providing a true reflection of the views and wishes of the clients they represent to ensure a coordinated community response.

The postholder will also carry a caseload of those clients who are at high risk but not currently within the formal MARAC process.

Key to the role will be supporting women, men in their initial crisis for an intensive time limited period and providing safety planning, practical, emotional, and signposting support.

CEA is a registered Scottish Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee with a Board of Directors. CEA offers an inclusive service committed to ending all forms of abuse.

We provide support to anyone regardless of age, beliefs, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual orientation, and race.

The post will commence as soon as possible. The post holder will require successful reference checks, enhanced PVG checks and will be expected to work closely with partner agencies. This post is currently funded until September 2026. This post will be working from CEA Offices.

Benefits such as generous annual leave entitlement and an additional day off on your birthday. Company pension scheme. Travel and resources costs are covered, internal and external supervision costs are covered, and CDP training is supported.

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Children and Young People’s Advocacy Worker

  • Part time
  • £24,333 pro-rata
  • Falkirk
  • Closing 23rd February 2024

Committed to Ending Abuse (CEA) is seeking a Children and Young People’s Independent Domestic Abuse Advocate to join our existing team.

The post holder will carry a case load of those clients who are at risk of abuse and trauma and in need of advocacy support in relation to issues such as parental contact with the abusing parent, Children’s Hearings and other relevant interventions in which they need support.

The post holder will work supporting children and young people, providing safety planning, practical, and emotional and signposting support.

Applicants will have the ability to engage with children and young people, establishing relationships, eliciting views and aspirations so that children and young people’s views are accurately represented.

Preferred candidates will have wide ranging knowledge and experience of both Advocacy and Domestic Abuse/Trauma. Advocacy will take place at an individual, community and institutional level.

The post is based in our premises at Wellside Place in Falkirk and will commence as soon as possible. The post holder will require successful PVG clearance and will be expected to work closely with the adult and children/young person’s team. The post will be managed within our Stage 3 Community Services.

Please note that all annual leave must be taken during Falkirk Council school holidays as the post-holder must be available during term time to meet with children and young people.

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MARAC Co-ordinator (Falkirk)

  • Part time
  • £33,333 pro-rata
  • CEA Offices and Larbert Police Station
  • Closing 23rd February 2024

Committed to Ending Abuse (CEA), formerly Falkirk & District Women’s Aid, is seeking to recruit a part-time Marac Co-ordinator. Marac is a multi-agency risk assessment conference which is a process that identifies the highest risk victims of domestic abuse. The purpose of this role is to co-ordinate the Falkirk Marac meetings, conduct research, and create reports for the Marac and ensure all actions are undertaken to safeguard victims from serious harm or homicide.

CEA is a registered Scottish Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee with a Board of Directors. CEA offers an inclusive service committed to ending all forms of abuse.

We provide support to anyone regardless of age, beliefs, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual orientation, and race.

The post will commence as soon as possible. The post holder will require successful reference checks, enhanced PVG checks and police clearance and will be expected to work closely with partner agencies. This post is currently funded until September 2026. Two days will be working within CEA Offices and one day will be working from Larbert Police Station.

Benefits such as generous annual leave entitlement and an additional day off on your birthday. Company pension scheme. Resources costs are covered, external and internal supervision costs are covered, and CDP training is supported.

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MARAC Co-ordinator (Falkirk)

  • Part time
  • £20,000 pro-rata
  • CEA Offices and Larbert Police Station
  • Closing 29th September 2023

Committed to Ending Abuse (CEA), formerly Falkirk & District Women’s Aid, is seeking to recruit a part-time Marac Co-ordinator. Marac is a multi-agency risk assessment conference which is a process that identifies the highest risk victims of domestic abuse. The purpose of this role is to co-ordinate the Falkirk Marac meetings, conduct research, and create reports for the Marac and ensure all actions are undertaken to safeguard victims from serious harm or homicide.

CEA is a registered Scottish Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee with a Board of Directors. CEA offers an inclusive service committed to ending all forms of abuse.

We provide support to anyone regardless of age, beliefs, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual orientation, and race.

The post will commence as soon as possible. The post holder will require successful reference checks, enhanced PVG checks and police clearance and will be expected to work closely with partner agencies. This post is currently funded until September 2026. Two days will be working within CEA Offices and one day will be working from Larbert Police Station.

Benefits such as generous annual leave entitlement and an additional day off on your birthday. Company pension scheme. Resources costs are covered, external and internal supervision costs are covered, and CDP training is supported.

For further information please contact Lisa Marie Pert/Operations Director by e-mail: Lisa@cea.uk.com

This post will be subject to police vetting and enhanced PVG clearance.

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Clinical/Counselling Psychologist or psychological therapist

  • Part time
  • £37,831 – £40,872 pro-rata
  • Falkirk
  • Closing 19th July 2023

CEA. is an inclusive service supporting survivors of domestic abuse and operates an integrated 3 stage trauma recovery model. The primary focus of this post, is provision of psychological therapy. We aim to support young people, women and men in enhancing their knowledge and increasing their understanding of domestic abuse, to support them in emotionally regulating and processing difficult experiences through therapy. Evidence-based therapies are provided by our Psychological Therapies team, including CBT, PCT and EMDR.

Our ethos as an organisation is person-centred and the psychological therapies team adapts their approach to fit each client’s needs.

We would welcome applications from individuals who share our passion and commitment, our values and desire to continually improve and develop the service we provide to the benefit of service users. The post holder will provide specialist evidence-based psychological therapy to service users presenting with a range of mental health difficulties, will work well autonomously and as part of a team, will have experience conducting assessments and will be aware of relevant professional guidelines. Often presentations are complex due to the nature of our service. As such, prior experience working with complex presentations and with people who have experienced trauma, is essential in this role. It is required that candidates hold a mental health qualification and are trained in at least two evidence-based psychological interventions.

For further information about the professional role, responsibilities, duties and essential skills for this position, please refer to the job description below.

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Independent Domestic Abuse Advocate (IDAA)

  • Full time
  • £25,750
  • CEA Offices, 21 Wellside place, Falkirk, FK1 5RL
  • Closing 29th September 2023

Committed to Ending Abuse (CEA), formerly Falkirk & District Women’s Aid, is seeking to recruit a full-time Independent Domestic Abuse Advocate (IDAA). CEA Ltd operates an integrated three-stage trauma recovery model and whilst all staff are expected to work across these areas, the particular focus of this post is Stage One Crisis Recovery. The purpose of which is to keep women, men, and their children safe, free from further serious harm/homicide and to enable recovery from Trauma.

The purpose of this post is to provide an independent advocacy service to women, men who have experienced domestic abuse and are assessed to be at very high risk and possibly at risk of repeat victimisation and have therefore been referred to the MARAC (Multi-agency Risk Assessment Conference).

The post holder will work directly with clients, in conjunction with MARAC colleagues, on a short to medium term basis. They will also formally advocate for individuals within professional advocacy settings providing a true reflection of the views and wishes of the clients they represent to ensure a coordinated community response.

The postholder will also carry a caseload of those clients who are at high risk but not currently within the formal MARAC process.

Key to the role will be supporting women, men in their initial crisis for an intensive time limited period and providing safety planning, practical, emotional, and signposting support.

CEA is a registered Scottish Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee with a Board of Directors. CEA offers an inclusive service committed to ending all forms of abuse.

We provide support to anyone regardless of age, beliefs, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual orientation, and race.

The post will commence as soon as possible. The post holder will require successful reference checks, enhanced PVG checks and will be expected to work closely with partner agencies. This post is currently funded until September 2026. This post will be working from CEA Offices.

Benefits such as generous annual leave entitlement and an additional day off on your birthday. Company pension scheme. Travel and resources costs are covered, internal and external supervision costs are covered, and CDP training is supported.

For further information please contact Debbie Jupp/Stage One Crisis Intervention Team Lead by e-mail: Debbie@cea.uk.com

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Play Therapist

  • Part time
  • £36,400 pro-rata
  • 21 Wellside Place, Falkirk, FK1 5RL
  • Closing 11th August 2023

Committed to Ending Abuse (CEA), formerly Falkirk & District Women’s Aid, is seeking to recruit a part-time Diploma Level qualified Play Therapist to join its Children’s and Young People’s (CYP) Team to work with children who have been impacted by any form of domestic abuse. CEA’s CYP service offers emotional support, advocacy and Play Therapy to children and young people and their non-abusing parents/ carers and family members who live within the Falkirk Council area. CEA CYP piloted Play Therapy service in 2015 and it has been growing from strength to strength.

CEA is a registered Scottish Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee with a Board of Directors. CEA offers an inclusive service committed to ending all forms of abuse.

We provide support to anyone regardless of age, beliefs, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual orientation, and race.

The successful candidate will have a wide-ranging knowledge and experience in working therapeutically with children and families who have experienced abuse, trauma or loss.

The post holder will carry a case load of therapy child clients and will work closely with local schools, social work and other relevant agencies to deliver therapy interventions. The post will require travelling to deliver face to face sessions, as due to Covid-19 restrictions, CEA Play Therapy room had to be closed until further notice.

The post will commence as soon as possible. The post holder will require successful PVG completion and will be expected to work closely with the children/young person’s team. This post is currently funded until Sep 2024

Benefits such generous Annual leave entitlement and additional day off on your Birthday. Pool cars are also provided, and travel and resources costs are covered, Clinical supervision costs are covered, and CDP training is supported.

For further information please contact Jennifer Sherlock on 01324 635661 or Jennifer@cea.uk.com

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Clinical/Counselling Psychologist

  • Part time
  • £40,872 pro-rata
  • Falkirk
  • Closing 25th November 2022

CEA Ltd is an inclusive service supporting survivors of domestic abuse and operates an Integrated 3 Stage Trauma Recovery Model. We have recently received funding from Falkirk Health & Social Care Partnership. This is an exciting opportunity to join our psychology team. The primary focus of this post is psychological therapy provision as part of the Stage II Team. We aim to support young people, women, and men in enhancing their knowledge and increasing their understanding of domestic abuse, to support them in emotionally regulating and processing difficult experiences through therapy. Evidence-based therapies are provided by our Stage II Team including CBT, PCT and EMDR.

Our ethos as an organisation is person-centered and the psychological therapies team adapts their approach to fit each client’s needs.

We would welcome applications from individuals who share our passion and commitment, our values and desire to continually improve and develop the service we provide to the benefit of service users. The post holder will provide specialist evidence-based psychological therapy to service users presenting with a range of mental health difficulties, will work well autonomously and as part of a team, will have experience conducting assessments and will be aware of professional guidelines. Often presentations are complex due to the nature of our service. As such, prior experience working with complex presentations, is essential.

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Prison Support Worker

  • Part time
  • £25,750 pro-rata
  • HMP &YOI Polmont
  • Closing 26th October 2022

CEA operates an integrated 3 stage trauma recovery model and whilst all staff are at times expected to work across these areas, the particular focus of this post is Stage One Prison Support. The purpose of which is to provide young people, women and men awareness of domestic abuse and support them to build an asset-based pathway to healing, therefore building resilience and emotional strength to reduce risk of re-offending on liberation, minimise harm and enable recovery from trauma.

The “Just Breathe” Domestic abuse prison support currently offers unique services: -

  • Full support – offered to those who are in custody for 8 weeks or more
  • 4S (Safety, Stabilisation, Signposting, Support) – offered to those who are in custody for less than 8 weeks)
  • SPEAK service – offered to those exhibiting controlling behaviours within relationships
  • Touch Base Service – Offered to those who require extended support

The Support Worker will provide support to anyone in custody who have experienced/are experiencing domestic abuse. The post holder will require to be flexible to respond to the demands of all other prison support services provided by CEA.

Key to the role will be both the provision of an effective domestic abuse support service as well as supporting service users to engage with relevant SPS officers/services and throughcare providers to support their individual needs by enhancing their independence, integrate effectively in the community and reduce the risk of re-offending on liberation.

Support to service-users will be offered through one to one and group support.

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Prison Support Worker

  • Part time
  • £25,750 pro-rata
  • HMYOI Polmont
  • Closing 23rd September 2022

CEA operates an integrated 3 stage trauma recovery model and whilst all staff are at times expected to work across these areas, the particular focus of this post is Stage One Prison Support. The purpose of which is to provide young people, women and men awareness of domestic abuse and support them to build an asset-based pathway to healing, therefore building resilience and emotional strength to reduce risk of re-offending on liberation, minimise harm and enable recovery from trauma.

The “Just Breathe” Domestic abuse prison support currently offers unique services: -

  • Full support – offered to those who are in custody for 8 weeks or more
  • 4S (Safety, Stabilisation, Signposting, Support) – offered to those who are in custody for less than 8 weeks)
  • SPEAK service – offered to those exhibiting controlling behaviours within relationships
  • Touch Base Service – Offered to those who require extended support

The Support Worker will provide support to anyone in custody who have experienced/are experiencing domestic abuse. The post holder will require to be flexible to respond to the demands of all other prison support services provided by CEA.

Key to the role will be both the provision of an effective domestic abuse support service as well as supporting service users to engage with relevant SPS officers/services and throughcare providers to support their individual needs by enhancing their independence, integrate effectively in the community and reduce the risk of re-offending on liberation.

Support to service-users will be offered through one to one and group support.

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Prison Support Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £25,000
  • HMP &YOI Polmont
  • Closing 28th May 2021

CEA operates an integrated 3 stage trauma recovery model and whilst all staff are at times expected to work across these areas, the particular focus of this post is Stage One Prison Support. The purpose of which is to provide young people, women and men awareness of domestic abuse and support them to build an asset-based pathway to healing, therefore building resilience and emotional strength to reduce risk of re-offending on liberation, minimise harm and enable recovery from trauma.

The “Just Breathe” Domestic abuse prison support currently offers three unique services: -

· Full support – offered to those who are in custody for 8 weeks or more

· 4S (Safety, Stabilisation, Signposting, Support) – offered to those who are in custody for less than 8 weeks)

· Touch Base Service – Offered to those who require extended support

The Support Worker will provide support to anyone in custody who have experienced/are experiencing domestic abuse. The post holder will require to be flexible to respond to the demands of all other prison support services provided by CEA.

Key to the role will be both the provision of an effective domestic abuse support service as well as supporting service users to engage with relevant SPS officers/services and throughcare providers to support their individual needs by enhancing their independence, integrate effectively in the community and reduce the risk of re-offending on liberation.

Support to service-users will be offered through one to one support.

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