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.
Respect supports frontline organisations across the UK, so that together we can end domestic abuse.
Our work is wide ranging: we offer accreditation of specialist services; we provide training for individuals and organisations working in the sector; we work in partnership with others to innovate and develop practice; we lobby influencers to improve policy and practice; we support up-to-date research undertaken by specialists in the field; and we fundraise to ensure important work continues to happen.
Respect also runs the Men’s Advice Line, a helpline that has been accredited with the Helplines Partnership’s Quality Standard. The Men’s Advice Line is for male victims of domestic abuse (in heterosexual or same-sex relationships), as well as frontline workers and concerned friends and family supporting them.
We are looking to recruit a part-time Helpline Advisors to support male victims of domestic abuse on the Men’s Advice Line by phone, email and webchat.
Deadline for applications: Sunday 12 October midnight.
Interviews: Thursday 17 October – all day, group interviews. Please do not apply if you are not available to attend group interviews from 10:00-16:00 on 17 October.