The Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) is looking to take on a new Membership & Training Coordinator.
Are you interested in joining a great team working on a fast growing project with an ever increasing membership and a training offer that is in high demand?
This is a full-time role, with flexibility for home-based and/or office working with some infrequent travel to the London office if based outside of London. We would consider part-time and job-share depending on the right candidates. The role is initially on a 12 month contract which we intend to extend for a further year, membership funding dependent.
To fulfil this role, you will have exceptional digital skills, proficient in word-processing, PowerPoint CANVA and/or other formatting tools, spreadsheets, databases, data collection systems, email, and website technology, preferably in a Windows based environment. You will have excellent administrative, organisational and time management skills, and demonstrable experience working in a fast-paced environment with competing deadlines and priorities.
You will have experience in data collection, monitoring and reporting on project progress and outcomes. Applications from those who have previous experience of coordinating memberships and/or training are particularly welcome.
A good understanding of domestic abuse, its dynamics and its impact on survivors, their children, would be beneficial.
You will be comfortable and confident to work independently, using your own initiative and passion to build relationships with members and other stakeholders. You will be a strong team player with a desire to support a very busy team to undertake their work with members efficiently and effectively. Lastly, you will be proactive, adaptable, and confident to take ownership of your role so that it can adapt and evolve to embrace new and more efficient ways of working.
ABOUT STANDING TOGETHER AGAINST DOMESTIC ABUSE
Standing Together Against Domestic Abuse (STADA) is a UK charity bringing communities together to end domestic abuse. We support organisations, including the police, criminal justice partners, social services, healthcare workers and charities, to identify and respond effectively together to domestic abuse. Our aim is to help these agencies to work in partnership so that people receive the best support at the time they need it. We do this through an approach that we pioneered, called the Coordinated Community Response. The Coordinated Community Response brings services together to ensure local systems truly keep survivors safe, hold abusers to account, and prevent domestic abuse. Our model of a coordinated local partnership to tackle and ultimately prevent domestic violence is now widely accepted as best practice.
DAHA is an alliance of 3 organisations including Standing Together, Gentoo and Peabody. Set up in 2014 to work to improve the housing response to domestic abuse, the project is hosted and managed by Standing Together. We work with housing providers and local authorities to adopt & embed standards of good practice around domestic abuse and to achieve accreditation. In 2021 DAHA became a Membership model and is now solely funded through that membership. We currently have over 100 members who receive benefits including free access to workshops and learning events, resources and the support of a Regional Lead through the accreditation process. Our training is in increasing demand with a broad suite of training on offer that is being further developed by our highly skilled Training Lead.
Your answers to the person specification questions are an important part of your application. Please demonstrate how you meet the criteria by detailing your experience, skills, achievements and/or abilities that are relevant for the role by providing specific examples.
Standing Together is committed to ensuring our workforce is reflective of our diverse population and is therefore committed to increasing representation of staff of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds across all roles and at all levels. We strongly encourage applications from within BAME communities.
For any enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 15 July 2022 at 12 pm
Interview Dates: Week of 25 July 2022