Domestic Violence Services Managers

Barking & Dagenham

Richmond and Midlands**

Deputy Domestic Violence Services Manager – Midlands **

Closing date: 4pm, 30th April 2010.

Responsible for managing the delivery of refuge services, you will ensure that a secure and supportive environment for women and children escaping domestic violence is provided. This role requires a strategic and versatile individual, with proven experience of managing, developing and motivating staff. You will have excellent interpersonal, budget management and report writing skills. You must also have knowledge of domestic violence issues, housing, welfare and experience of working in either a women’s refuge/residential setting.

DVS Manager Barking & Dagenham Job description

DVS Manager Barking & Dagenham Person specification

DVS Manager Richmond – Job description

DVS Manager Richmond Person Spec

DVS Manager Midlands – Job description

DVS Manager Midlands Person Specification

Deputy DVS Manager – Job description

Deputy DVS Manager – Person specification

Background Information for Applicants

Refuge Benefits

Application Form

Diversity Questionnaire

**Please note that for the Richmond role, candidates must be able to demonstrate experience of providing support to Asian women and should speak at least one Asian language.

Please note that on-call work will be required in these posts.

An enhanced CRB disclosure will be required for these posts.

All candidates must have a commitment to the values of empowerment, support and equality, which underpin all the work undertaken by Refuge.

Benefits include 28 days’ holiday, a non-contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme, death in service scheme and child care voucher scheme.

*Section 7.2(d) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 applies.

** Section 5.2 (d) of the Race Relations Act 1976 applies.

Please email your completed application to or send by post to:

Human Resources


4th Floor

International House

1 St Katherine’s Way



Section 7.2(d) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 applies.

Refuge values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.