Are you a comms professional with a passion for tackling domestic abuse?

Are you a great communicator with a desire to use your skills to help eradicate domestic abuse and domestic homicide?

The Domestic Homicide Review (DHR) Network is a newly established professional network hosted by Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse (AAFDA). AAFDA is a centre of excellence for reviews after fatal domestic abuse, and the aim of the network is to raise the standard of DHRs by supporting key professionals and ensuring that all relevant voices are heard.

We are looking for a part-time coordinator to take on the day-to-day running of the network, to develop the membership base, and to continue the development of its content and structure.

Essential skills we are looking for include:

  • Excellent working knowledge of the domestic abuse sector through personal and/or professional experience, and a commitment to reducing domestic abuse and domestic homicide through identifying and implementing lessons learned
  • Experience of online content management, social media, and online communications and engagement
  • Experience of membership coordination and/or audience engagement with strong communication and relationship-building skills
  • Experience of user-led environments with a commitment to consultation and co-creation approaches with a focus on inclusion and member empowerment

Contract: Fixed-term for 9 months (with extension dependent on funding)

Location: Home-based (anywhere in England or Wales)

Hours: 3 days per week, hours can be flexible by agreement with line-manager

Salary: £26,000 pa (£15,600 pro rata)

Our application pack includes: Job description/person specification, DHR Network briefing for applicants and the DHR statutory guidance. 

To apply please submit your CV alongside a supporting statement of no more than two sides explaining why you are the best person for the role.

Deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 14th June 2020.  Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a Zoom based interview taking place on Monday 21st June.

Please feel free to contact Becci Seaborne to ask for an informal discussion, 

Please apply via

We look forward to hearing from you!

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