Work for SafeLives
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 whole families. We welcome applications from all genders, and actively seek applications that reflect the diversity of the UK.
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.
We have signed up to The Disability Confident Scheme, which supports employers to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to their workplace. The scheme is designed to help us successfully recruit and retain disabled people and those with health conditions.
We have also signed up to The Halo Code for workplaces. Our workplace champions the right of staff to embrace all Afro-hairstyles. We acknowledge that Afro-textured hair is an important part of our Black employees' racial, ethnic, cultural and religious identities, and requires specific styling for hair health and maintenance.
Please also look at our equity, equality, diversity and inclusion action plan. SafeLives holds significant influence and therefore responsibility too. Our plan sets out concrete actions we'll be taking in 2020/21.
Interested in becoming a SafeLives Associate Trainer?
SafeLives associate trainers work with us to deliver exciting projects across the country. We're currently on the lookout for new associates to join our team.
Our training programme significantly improves the ability of domestic abuse professionals and other frontline responders and organisations, including police, children’s social care staff, and corporate HR and community teams, to identify and respond to domestic abuse and closely linked issues.
We take a holistic approach, looking at the whole family and the connections between them to keep families safe sooner, and offer a whole range of training products to develop people who support them, including accredited professional training (e.g., Idva, Ypva), accreditation of specialist DA services (Leading Lights), and bespoke services for public, voluntary, and commercial organisations.
SafeLives are leaders and at the forefront of advancing and disseminating cutting edge knowledge
- Associate trainer
As a SafeLives Associate trainer you will be part of the wider SafeLives learning and accreditation programme. As a Core Associate you would be invited to attend twice annual professional development and networking events to support you to keep up to date with SafeLives work. You would also have the opportunity to attend SafeLives training courses at a discounted rate.
For me, this is very exciting as I get not only to train on cutting edge material, but also get the privilege of constructing it
- Associate trainer
We are looking for Associates to deliver across our training packages which include:
- Accredited Idva, sexual violence and outreach courses
- Sessions on risk assessing, Marac and domestic abuse awareness
- Working with families and the Whole Family approach to ending domestic abuse
- Engaging with those who harm
Want to hear from a SafeLives Associate trainer? Read our interview with Luke Kendall here.
If the above opportunity interests you, you can find more information in our Associate Recruitment Pack.
Deadline for applications is Sunday 7 November 2021.