Job vacancies

Veritas is recruiting

Please take a look at the job vacancies below and get in touch if you feel that you are right for the position.

Stalking Advocacy Caseworker

Full-time 37.5 hours per week. Monday to Friday 9:00am-5:30pm

Salary: £25,500 plus pension – non-accredited; £27,500 plus pension – accredited

Location: Central Brighton. Comprehensive training provided.

We are recruiting a Stalking Advocacy Caseworker to join our team based in Brighton, Sussex. If you are passionate about supporting survivors of stalking by providing them with help and advice and you have relevant experience, then we would love to hear from you.

Veritas Justice CIC aim to raise awareness, train, support, and advocate for individuals affected by stalking. We provide practical support, advocacy and advice to service users and professionals.

Our Aims

We are committed to:

  • Raising Awareness: Educating organizations and individuals about the intricacies of stalking.
  • Empowerment: Enabling victims to navigate the criminal, civil, and family justice systems confidently.
  • Collaboration: Partnering with local and national entities to create better outcomes for victims and their families.

We are recruiting Stalking Advocacy Caseworkers to join our team to help us respond to our growing caseload. If you are passionate about supporting survivors of stalking by providing them with help and advice and you have relevant experience, then we would love to hear from you.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Providing critical advocacy and support to stalking victims.
  • Empowering clients to make informed decisions.
  • Collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to improve client outcomes.

Application & Interview Process:

Applications are ongoing, and interviews are by appointment. Please click on the links to read the full job specification and download the application form. We reserve the right to close the position at any time.

Veritas Justice is dedicated to fostering diversity and promoting safe recruitment practices. We strongly encourage applications from under-represented communities.

If you have not had a response from us within two weeks of application, please assume that you have not been shortlisted for interview. Due to limited capacity, we are currently unable to provide applicants with feedback on their applications.

On appointment, applicants will be expected to complete some pre-employment checks:

  • Enhanced DBS disclosure.
  • Police vetting.
  • Professional references.

To discuss the role informally, please email us or call us on 01273 234773 or 07736 149940.

Service Delivery Volunteer

We are recruiting a Service Delivery Volunteer to be available as soon as possible to join our team over the following months to help us respond to this growing demand. The main purpose of this role is to assist Veritas Justice staff, primarily for the work of, but not exclusive to, the advocacy service. You will also be expected to provide key administrative support for the day to day running of our services, as well as ongoing project work and events. This may include police liaison and signposting to other community or support services as appropriate.

Our volunteers play a vital role at Veritas Justice; without them, we would not be able to provide the level of service that we do to victims of stalking across Sussex.

By offering your time to volunteer with us you will meet other highly committed individuals, working both as permanent staff and volunteers, and you will see how you can make a difference to the lives of people affected by stalking and gain skills to further your own career. We offer ongoing volunteer training to equip volunteers to perform their roles and get and insight into the charity sector.

You will be working with relevant multiagency partners including Sussex Police, social services and local domestic abuse services, amongst others. The key priority of the role is client safety, so training and continuous professional development will be provided. If you are passionate about supporting survivors of stalking, then we would love to hear from you.

For further details about the post, you can contact us on 01273 234773.