AAFDA (Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse) currently has an exciting opportunity for an exceptional candidate to join our growing team.
AAFDA's specialist and expert advocates provide vital services to families after the tragic loss of their loved ones.
This role will be based at home but with extensive travel once permitted.
The successful applicant should have relevant expertise/experience in the fields of domestic abuse and advocacy.
Salary: £23,866 + unsociable working allowance
Contract: 12 month contract (extension subject to funding), Full-time
We welcome applications from peers by experience, survivors of domestic abuse and minoritised groups.
AAFDA was founded by Frank Mullane in memory of his sister Julia Pemberton and her son Will who were both killed by her ex-partner in 2003. We provide families in England and Wales, with specialist peer support and expert and specialist advocacy with the many statutory reviews that take place after domestic homicide.
Each year, c. 150 families lose a loved one to domestic homicide. Most of these families suffer significant problems including relationship breakdown, job difficulties/loss and mental and physical health issues. We help these families in many ways, our prime function being to provide expert and specialist advocacy for the range of statutory reviews that follow after domestic homicide.