Do you have the experience and creativity to lead this exciting new response to domestic violence and abuse?
Development Manager – Change that Lasts Perpetrator Response
This Project is a partnership between Respect and Women’s Aid to develop an early intervention response to those who perpetrate domestic violence and abuse alongside the Change that Lasts response to survivors. The aim is to intervene with perpetrators as early as possible, enabling behaviour change and increasing accountability with the safety and wellbeing of survivors and children the key priority.
This is an exciting and ambitious project that aims to break new ground in terms of service delivery and partnership working. It is funded by the Police Transformation Fund and supported by the PCCs in Lincolnshire and Sussex where the pilot sites will be located.
The Development Manager will provide leadership and innovation on the content of the Change that Lasts perpetrator interventions. This will include developing and supporting the implementation of specialist service provision, training that improves both professional and institutional responses to perpetrators and engaging with communities to increase perpetrator accountability.
The Development Manager will be employed and line managed by Respect, and accountable to the Project Director.
Location London or Bristol plus home working will be considered. Regular travel to pilot sites in Lincolnshire and Sussex will be required.
Salary £40,705 (point 42 on Respect’s scale, related to the NJC scale) including inner London weighting where relevant; plus 6% pension contribution
Contract 35 hours per week, 2 years fixed term contract
Closing date 9am Monday 19th March 2018
Interviews Initial interviews: Tuesday 27th March 2018 in London. Please do not send us a CV. No agencies.
Respect and Women’s Aid are committed to quality, equality and valuing diversity and applications are particularly welcome from black and minority ethnic candidates.
Respect registered charity no: 1141636.
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