Vacancies at Respect

Admin Officer

Respect is a pioneering UK domestic abuse charity, leading the development of safe, effective work with perpetrators, with young people who are abusive and with male victims.

We’re looking for an efficient, effective administrator who wants their work to make a difference.  It’s a fantastic opportunity for a self-starter with great organisational and communications skills to really make your mark.  The successful candidate will assist with our membership, training, events and accreditation projects and provide admin support to the CEO and senior leadership team.

Location:             244-254 Cambridge Heath Rd, London E2 9DA

Salary:                  £24,691-£26,822 (point 22-26 on Respect’s scale) including Inner London Weighting; plus 6% pension contribution

Hours:                  35 hours per week

To apply:

Download: Respect Admin Officer JDPS January 2019Respect employment application form Admin OfficerRespect equality monitoring form

Complete the application form and the equality monitoring form and email to

Please note:       No CVs.  No agencies.

Closing date:      Friday 8 February 2019-noon

Interviews:         Thursday 14 February 2019

Respect are committed to quality, equality and valuing diversity and applications are particularly welcome from black and minority ethnic candidates.

Respect registered charity no: 1141636.


Change that Lasts Perpetrator Project Lead Cardiff

A unique and exciting opportunity to contribute to the local implementation and delivery of a whole systems response to the perpetration of Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (VAWDASV).
This ambitious project is a partnership between Respect and Welsh Women’s Aid to develop an early intervention response to perpetrators of VAWDASV alongside the ‘Change that Lasts’ response to survivors. It is funded by the Police Transformation Fund and supported by the Office of South Wales Police Commissioner. The aim is to intervene with perpetrators as early as possible, increasing awareness, supporting behavioural change and increasing accountability, with the safety and wellbeing of survivors and children at the heart of the design.

Building on the established ‘Change that Lasts’ model of supporting survivors with a needs-led, strengths-based approach, this project is developing and piloting an early intervention response to perpetrators.
More information about the established Change that Lasts for can be found here:
This project is currently being mobilised and we are looking to recruit a Perpetrator Project Lead to work with the Change that Lasts Perpetrator Practitioners to implement and deliver the project. Applicants will have to evidence knowledge of VAWDASV service delivery, working in partnership and with communities, experience of working with challenging individuals and safe and effective practice when working with perpetrators of abuse.
The Perpetrator Project Lead will be employed and line managed by Respect but will be co-located in Welsh Women’s Aid based in Cardiff.
Location Cardiff, with occasional travel.

Salary £30,896 (PO2 point 35 on Respect’s scale, related to the NJC scale) plus 6% pension contribution

Contract 35 hours per week, Fixed term contract to March 2020.

Closing date 03.03.2019

Interviews: 08.03.19

To apply: download the following documents, complete an application form and the equality monitoring form and return to
Please do not send us a CV. No agencies.

CtL Perpetrator project lead Job Description feb 2019
Respect equality monitoring form
Respect employment application form


Membership, Training and Events Officer

We are looking for a Membership, Training and Events Officer to help us evolve the services we offer our members, renew our training programme and develop our events.

This is an exciting opportunity to join Respect’s team and make a difference across the three project areas of responsibility.

Key Responsibilities

The postholder will manage, develop and administer Respect’s membership, training and events programmes.

Office Location:         The Green House, 244-254 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9DA

Responsible to            Operations Director

Hours:                         35 per week

Salary:                         Respect scale related to NJC pt. 30-34, currently £30,995-34,403, inc. ILW. Pension contribution (6% of salary)

To apply: download the following documents, complete an application form and the equality monitoring form and return to
Please do not send us a CV. No agencies.

Respect Membership Training and Events Officer JDPS 2019

Respect employment application form

Respect equality monitoring form

Application deadline: Friday 1 March noon

Interviews: Thursday 7 March

Vacancies in the Domestic Violence Sector


Make a Change practitioners, Lincolnshire

Location Lincolnshire, with occasional travel. There will also be travel within the county as this is an outreach based delivery model. Exact locations within the counties are still to be determined.

Salary £28,600 (point 32 on Respect’s scale, related to the NJC scale) plus 3% pension contribution.

Contract 35 hours per week (full time), Fixed term contract to March 2020.

Closing date 1pm Wednesday 14th February 2019

A unique and exciting opportunity to join The Jenkins Centre’s team to deliver our newly developed intervention, Make a Change, in Lincolnshire. Make a Change is a behaviour change programme for those who perpetrate abusive behaviours in their relationships.

We are looking for one motivated male practitioner who either has experience of working with Domestic Abuse or a related area and would like to develop skills in this area. Experience of working on behaviour change programmes, delivering training and community work would be advantageous.

Make a Change is a whole system, community focused response to perpetration of domestic abuse. This project is a partnership between The Jenkins Centre, Respect and Women’s Aid to develop an early response to those who use abusive behaviours in their relationships. We will also work with communities and professionals to raise awareness of the issues, offer effective interventions as well as challenging values and attitudes that create conducive environments for domestic abuse to continue.
The model is inspired by and works to the same values and ethos of the well established Women’s Aid Change That Lasts Model. Further information on the model:

The Perpetrator practitioners will be employed, and line managed by The Jenkins Centre, and accountable to the Service Manager of The Jenkins Centre.
Secondments, student placements and clinical placements will be considered.
Please contact the Service Manager of The Jenkins Centre Lauren Cameron: should you be considering this for further discussion. We will also consider part time working.

This work is funded by the Police Transformation Fund and supported by the Office of Police Commissioner in Lincolnshire and Sussex where the pilot sites will be located.

To apply for the post please download and complete the below application pack and send to
Please do not send us a CV. No agencies.
The post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and may be subject to vetting based upon location/office space utilised in areas.
Due to the nature of this role, it is for genuine occupational requirement reasons that we are looking to appoint 1 male for this post. This falls within the scope for exemption under the Equality Act 2010 Part 1 Schedule 9.

For more information and to apply:


Women’s Aid – Make a Change Project Officer

Women’s Aid, in partnership with Welsh Women’s Aid, developed the Change That Lasts approach to responding to women and children who have experienced domestic violence and abuse. This approach combines a unique package of interventions to support professionals and communities and Women’s Aid member services to provide women and children with an individualised response which:

  • builds on their existing strengths, their desires and hopes for the future
  • provides skilled and empowering support to expand their ‘Space for Action’.
  • enables their long-lasting recovery, freedom and independence from domestic violence

Respect is working in partnership with Women’s Aid to expand the Change That Lasts approach, Make a Change is a parallel strand of work designed to address the perpetration of domestic abuse at the earliest opportunity.

This project is funded by the Police Transformation Fund and works in Lincolnshire and Sussex. This post will be responsible for the support and management of the programme with Women’s Aid members services to pilot and evaluate VOICES tools for the purposes of partner support.

Your role will be responsible for working in partnership with the Respect Local Area Managers in Lincolnshire and Sussex and with the Women’s Aid Head of Membership and Change That Lasts to ensure the successful pilot and evaluation of the VOICES tools for partner support.

This post will require careful administration and relationship management to ensure the successful coordination, delivery, evaluation and monitoring of VOICES tools with SOLDAS and RISE.

You will be responsible for building the practice skills necessary for VOICES delivery, coordinating successful delivery across two sites, and being the day to day contact for members and stakeholders and expected to attend strategic and operational meetings in the area.  There will be focus on ensuring that all project outcomes and outputs are achieved, within budget, through an effective planning and monitoring framework. You will be responsible for ensuring that timely and accurate information is provided to the partnership so that reporting can be completed in line with Home Office Requirements.

A commitment to communication and partnership working will be essential to ensure learning is shared across partners, funders and stakeholder groups.

Location: Remote/Home-based but with significant travel to Lincolnshire and Sussex

Salary: £29,936 pro rata (based on salary scale point 35)

Contract: 14.8 hours (2 days) per week on a fixed term contract for one year

Closing date: 9am on Tuesday 19th February 2019

Interviews: Tuesday 26th February 2019, London

For more information about the job and to apply:

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