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MARAC Safeguarding Coordinator - HC572270

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Job Title: MARAC Safeguarding Coordinator - HC572270

Location: Portsmouth/Southampton/Fareham, with scope for home-working when fully trained.

Salary: Scale 4, £21,135 - £23,406.

Contract: Permanent.

Hours: 37 hours a week. Flexi time between the hours of 07.00 – 18.00.

Closing Date: Sunday 10th July 2022 at 23:59.

Job Details

Your role will be to develop and coordinate the Multi Agency Risk Conference (MARAC) for domestic abuse and the High Risk Domestic Abuse meetings (HRDA).

Your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

1. Organise and ensure consistency in referral of cases from a full range of potential referring agencies.

2. Research all Police systems to produce a report on each case for the MARAC meeting.

3. Ensure the recording of the referral on police system (RMS) including updating relevant documents, checking all parties involve are link (including children)warning marker and address flagging have been completed.

4. For external referrals ensure the person referring or the victim is contacted to ensure all relevant risk has been identified and safeguarding is being carried out and disclosures recorded on Police systems.

5. Attend the meetings taking minutes and actions working alongside the MARAC chair.

For more information please see the role profile here.

Essential Qualifications

Educated to QCF Level 2 (4-5 passes to include Maths and English) or to have undertaken work experience deemed to have brought the postholder to a comparable level.

Essential Experience

To be computer literate and a competent keyboard user.

To have proven Microsoft Office Skills.


We are Emotionally Aware Level 1

We Take Ownership Level 1

We are collaborative Level 1

We Analyse Critically Level 1


Candidate Guidance for Completing the Application

Contact details for an informal discussion

Please contact the Recruitment Team at or on 01962 846438. 


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