Work for SafeLives
Work for us
Working at SafeLives is more than just a job. Every member of our staff team knows that their work has a direct impact on making more families safe from domestic abuse.
If you believe in our vision of a UK where every family is safe, do consider applying to work with us. This page will be updated with all our current vacancies as they arise. Our work affects entire families and we welcome applications from women and men and actively seek applications that reflect the diversity of the UK.
Work with us
SafeLives' associate consultants work with us to deliver exciting projects across the country. We're always on the look out for new consultants to join our team - if you're interested in becoming a SafeLives associate, get in touch.
SafeLives is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff, volunteers and associated parties to share this commitment.
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £22-25,000 (plus £3,000 London weighting)
Location: London based with regular travel across UK
SafeLives knows what works to tackle domestic abuse. We are looking for someone to join us to help support our innovative consultancy team to offer the independent, practical and evidence-based consultancy advice that can help commissioners, services and companies to make all families safe.
In this role you will provide our projects with robust and relevant analysis, drawing out insight from both internal and external data, ensuring projects maintain the high standard expected of SafeLives. In addition, you will develop tools and models to collect and analyse information for both qualitative and quantitative evidence. You will also project manage work within the team, delivering projects to time and budget.
If you can demonstrate your experience of excellent analytical skills and your ability to research, synthesise and summarise key conclusions on unfamiliar topics, alongside your exceptional communication skills we would love to hear from you. We are looking for someone who is a strong self-starter, with the proven ability and experience of managing multiple projects who can help us and our partners make a real impact on the local and national response to Domestic Abuse.
How to apply
If this opportunity sounds as exciting to you as it does to us, please take a closer look at the job description below and submit your CV and covering statement. The statement should be no more than 500 words and will detail your interest in the role and highlight your relevant experience. Please send your CV, covering statement and equal opportunities form to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10:00am Monday 27 November 2017. First interviews will take place in London on Tuesday 5th December 2017 in London and second interviews on the morning of Tuesday 12th December 2017.
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £22-28,000 pa
Location: Bristol, with regular travel around the UK
Contract: Fixed term for 12 months
About the Role:
SafeLives has an unparalleled track record of using evidence and research to effect national change; with research and analysis being fundamental to helping SafeLives achieve its strategy. This information is used to set our policy messages, define our strategy, design our services and evidences the impact of the work we have done.
This role is an exciting opportunity to help transform the response to domestic abuse by ensuring the sector is evidence led. SafeLives holds the largest datasets on victims and perpetrators of domestic abuse nationally which you will use to inform our ambitious policy and research agenda. Working alongside our practice experts, survivors of abuse, and our expert research team, you will help to answer important questions about what works in ending domestic abuse. The post holder will be responsible for working with and supporting the Senior Research Analysts to develop and deliver rigorous and sector leading data, analysis and recommendations across the full range of SafeLives programmes and products.
We need an enthusiastic, innovative and capable individual with the technical ability to keep our unique sector leading evidence base relevant and informative to all our users; local service providers, commissioners and national government. The evidence you produce will inform and influence national policy makers, funders and stakeholders to improve the response for families living with domestic abuse.
How to apply
If this opportunity sounds as exciting to you as it does to us, please take a closer look at the job description below and submit your CV and covering statement. The statement should be no more than 500 words and will detail your interest in the role and highlight your relevant experience. Please send your CV, covering statement and equal opportunities form to email@example.com by 10:00am Monday 27 November 2017. Interviews will take place in Bristol on Friday 8th December 2017.