The Southmead Project is a small charity with a deserved reputation for the delivery of quality trauma informed support we provide to adults who have experienced child abuse and who have self-harmed as a consequence of trauma: this includes problematic drug, alcohol misuse and other ways of self-injury. In 2019 we celebrate 25 years of service delivery from our base in North Bristol.
Very much an innovative, pioneering charity, we have successfully developed and introduced therapeutic based counselling interventions - not only to the local community, but across the city of Bristol and beyond. We are active in research, family support work, design and delivery of training in the topic of abuse, addictions and disclosure and raising awareness of the impact of abuse.
Much progress in research into the topic of child abuse, its impact on the individual, the family and local community and growing acknowledgement of the efficacy of talking therapies, means we can now capitalise on what has been achieved over the last 24 years. To this end, we wish to recruit a Services Coordinator in order to better position ourselves for those opportunities that lay ahead.
Oversee and manage the day to day operations of the charity, consolidate and build upon our internal and external communications and help identify and implement strategies in order to: improve opportunities to apply for and secure funds, improve upon existing quality standards, enabling longevity and long-term sustainability of the charity’s operations.
Job-share will be considered.
Please use the attached application form or contact the charity to request a postal or emailed copy of the form.