Coronavirus update (05/01/2022). We continue to provide assessment and therapeutic services during the pandemic. Our telephone lines remain open. Contact us to discuss how we can meet your requirements. T: 0161-976 4414.
G-map is an independent organisation providing services for young people who display inappropriate sexual behaviours. We work with their families, carers and their professional network.
Consistently at the forefront of developments in this arena, we have a national reputation for our high quality and effective services and for our continuing support and contributions to national and international practice, training and research.
Thank you for visiting our website where you will find information about G-map, including a brief history, our organisation and an overview of the services we provide for young people and professionals, including training for professionals working in this field. We also set out our approach and values. We have links to our key partners and details of sources of information related to our core subject areas.
We are recruiting!
Therapeutic Practitioners (One full-time, one minimum 20 hours)
Salary £35,000 - £38,000 pro rota
At the forefront of developments in the field of harmful sexual behaviour for over 30 years G-map is an independent organisation that specialises in working with children and young people who present with sexual behaviour problems. In addition to our assessment and intervention packages we also provide bespoke preventative services, consultation, and training.
We are a multi-agency team with the common goal of safeguarding the public through helping children and young people to make positive diversions from inappropriate and harmful sexual behaviour pathways. Pioneers of developing the Good Lives Model for young people, we support our service users to meet core social and personal needs in adaptive and pro-social ways. We have an established reputation for developing risk assessments and a proven track record of integrating young people in the community via our ICOPE programme.
We are seeking experienced and dynamic professionals who share our passion for helping children and young people with complex risks and needs to achieve good outcomes. You will have an Honours degree and a recognised qualification in Psychology, Social Work, Health or other relevant discipline and a minimum of 3 years post-qualifying experience. You will be confident in completing high quality assessments and interventions with young people alongside representing G-map in multi-agency forums. Excellent communication and report writing skills are integral to the roles.
The posts are based in Sale, Greater Manchester, but since you will be required to travel to some appointments a current driving license and access to your own vehicle is essential.
Whilst experience in the field of harmful sexual behaviour is highly desirable, we would also like to hear from colleagues with direct experience of working with complex trauma presentations and attachment issues and/or experience in delivering recognised therapeutic models such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Good Child Protection knowledge, competence in working with complex risks and needs, ability to engage and establish rapport with young people, good organisational skills, and experience in delivering training to external professionals are assets we would value.
We offer excellent terms and conditions including private pension, training, opportunities for flexible working, and a generous annual leave allowance of up to 35 days plus bank holidays. We are excited to hear what you will bring to our team!
For further information or discussion about the posts please contact Laura Wylie or Helen Griffin on the telephone number below.
Closing date for applications: 27 January 2022
All training events have been put on hold until such time as it is safe to resume our training programme. Further updates will be provided as the situation evolves.
We provide two types of training courses: Open courses that anyone can book to attend, and Standard courses designed for agencies training several members of staff simultaneously.
Current Open Courses:Postponed until further notice.
See our Standard training courses for your staff.
For further details, bookings, or to register interest in any of our training courses, please contact our training team on 0161-976 4414.