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Vacancies

We are currently looking to recruit the following roles:

Associate Therapists (Bedfordshire) 

Embrace is seeking suitably  qualified therapists, particularly but not exclusively if you have accreditation, to work in Bedfordshire. You need to be willing to work with young victims of crime and their families and to become part of our team of counsellors who are able to work with traumatised children and/or are familiar with family-focused therapies.

Joining us as an Associate means that you are self-employed, but we will match young people to you, for which we pay you a very completive and hourly rate. we also provide an induction programme, free Safeguarding and CPD training, such as ‘Working with sexual abuse’ and Trauma Focused- CBT.

We welcome expressions of interest from across the county. We have particular demand to support young people affected by domestic abuse or sexual violence.

To find out more or to have an informal chat, please contact: Steve Rudkin ( Service Support Manager) on 07377 712817 or email: steve@embracecvoc.org.uk 

Associate Therapists

To join our National Database of qualified counsellors and who are willing to work with young victims of crime and their families. We are building a UK-wide team of counsellors who are able to work with traumatised children and/or are familiar with family-focused therapies.

Joining us as an Associate means that you are self employed, but we will match young people to you, for which we pay you a very completive and hourly rate. we also provide an induction programme, free Safeguarding and CPD training, such as ‘Working with sexual abuse’ and Trauma Focused- CBT.

We welcome expressions of interest from across the UK. We also have particular demand in Cambridgeshire and Yorkshire to support young people affected by domestic abuse or sexual violence.

To find out more or to have an informal chat, please contact: Marc James ( Service Support Manager) on 07889623639 or email: marc@embracecvoc.org.uk 

Young Victims’ Care Officer (London) x 1

Liaising with key partners to promote the role of Embrace CVoC and to establish referral pathways; working directly with young victims and witnesses of crime and their families to ensure the appropriate services are accessed.

Anyone who would like to know more should send their CV in an email to hr@embracecvoc.org.uk stating which role you are interested in. All email inquiries received will be acknowledged.