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Flexi Crisis Worker ST6 2JN £25

Flexi Crisis Worker

Location: ST6 2JN |
Salary: £25 |
Posted: 17 May 2022 |
Closes: 31 May 2022 |
Job Type: Part Time and Permanent |
Business Unit: Health Services |
Region / Division: UK & Ireland |
Reference: 11497

Role Responsibility:

Flexi Crisis Worker

Grange Park SARC, Cobridge Community Health Centre, Cobridge, Stoke on Trent, ST6 2JN

This is a Zero Hour Contract position where the successful candidate must provide a minimum of 4 shifts per month.

Ideally looking for applicants that can cover Monday, Tuesdays and Friday days and out of hours. Cover for Monday, Tuesday and Friday days to cover maternity leave (9-12 month cover - to be confirmed).

Applicants need to be able to attend the site within 60 minutes.



Monday to Friday: 09:00 - 17:00 / 17:00 - 09:00 

Saturday: 08:00 - 20:00 / 20:00 - 08:00

Sunday: 08:00 - 20:00 / 20:00 - 09:00


The rates of pay are as follows:


MONDAY-FRIDAY 09:00-17:00 - RETAINER £16.67

MONDAY-FRIDAY - 17:00-09:00 RETAINER - £33.33

SATURDAY 08:00-20:00 / 20:00-08:00 RETAINER - £25

SUNDAY 08:00-20:00 / 20:00-09:00 RETAINER - £25

SUNDAY 08:00-20:00 RETAINER - £25

SUNDAY 20:00-09:00 - RETAINER £27.08

Call out £57.50 per 4.6hrs inclusive £12.50 per hour thereafter

£12.50 Supervision/Training/Team Meetings

£30 self referral call per client per shift


About our Site:

G4S Health Services has been one of the leading providers to all justice health environments since 2005. Working across Secure, Custody and Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARC) across the UK, we provide primary care and forensic healthcare to a wide range of patients.

A Sexual Assault Referral Centre is a dedicated centre providing a comprehensive service to people aged 18 and over who have suffered sexual assault, for those who wish to involve the Police and those who self-refer.  Utilising a multi-disciplinary team of Doctors, Nurses, Crisis Workers, Police Officers and support staff the SARC will provide crisis support, appropriate facilities and trained staff for completion of forensic medical examination, provision and advice regarding aftercare including emergency contraception, pregnancy testing, as well as facilitating counselling and ongoing support via third sector agencies and Independent Sexual Violence Advisors.


Job Outline:

To provide the highest level of on-call advocacy support for all clients accessing the SARC service


What's involved:

  • To assist with the administration and management of clients accessing the SARC service
  • To arrive at the SARC within 60 minutes in the event of a call-out
  • To offer a welcoming environment to all service users and visitors upon their arrival at the SARC
  • To provide advocacy service to all SARC clients
  • To provide sensitive and non–judgmental support, enabling the service user to regain control and self-esteem.
  • To work within a multi-disciplinary team, liaising and providing support to each other
  • To offer telephone support to SARC clients
  • To provide information to enable clients to make informed decisions in relation to the self-
  • referral option, medical care, forensic examination, making a police report and onward referrals.
  • To produce clear record keeping/documentation and ensure it’s secure storage as per SARC policy.
  • To assess, offer and gain consent from the client for any onward referrals.
  • To ensure a high standard of DNA decontamination between forensic cases.
  • To assist with the collection of forensic samples, ensuring continuity and chain of evidence are maintained.
  • Undertake the Crisis Worker role at any location outside the SARC in order to meet service needs if required, eg Hospital, Prison, Care Home.
  • To document clearly any safeguarding concerns, complete any relevant risk assessments and liaise with the Sexual Offence Examiner, police officer and SARC office team.
  • To feedback any issues or clinical incidents to the SARC Manager
  • To maintain a SARC training matrix by attending peer supervision, appraisals, undertaking reflective practice and completing mandatory training.
  • Participate in bi annual Employee Development Review (EDR).
  • To provide availability for a 24/7 on-call rota shift pattern.
  • To adhere Policies and Procedures produced by G4S Health and the SARC
  • Carry out any reasonable request from your line-manager

The Ideal Candidate:

Essential Skills:

  • Previous Experience of working with vulnerable clients.
  • Excellent Communication Skills
  • Good Safeguarding Awareness and Knowledge
  • Driving license and access to own vehicle.
  • Enhanced DBS and Police Vetting


Desirable Skills:

  • Previous role working with victims of sexual assault
  • Forensic Awareness
  • Multi-Agency Working



  • Company pension scheme with employer contributions
  • G4S Life Assurance Scheme
  • Subsidised healthcare plan
  • Charity work- Match-IT and Payroll Giving
  • Employee Assistance Programme Scheme (Confidential Counselling Services, 24/7 support specialising in health and medical topics )
  • Refer A Friend Scheme
  • Discounts on high street shops and brands including several leading high street brands, retailers and travel suppliers


For further information please email:


This role requires the ability to work with vulnerable people in a caring and compassionate way. A DBS check and relevant police/ prison clearance will be required to exclude any individuals with a history of behaviour which could be considered unacceptable (by G4S or the clients). Safety is of paramount importance and the post holder must ensure that safe systems of work are followed without compromise.    

Please note that this vacancy is subject to a minimum 5 year checkable employment and education history including criminal record vetting. To apply for this role, you must be eligible to work in the


It is G4S’ current policy (subject to the Equality Act 2010), in the light of the specific work being undertaken, that all [employees] must be fully vaccinated or have had the relevant [“full”]Covid-19 vaccinations [(including any “waiting period”)]  by their commencement date. 



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