SafeLives has an unparalleled track record of using evidence and research to effect national change; with research and analysis being fundamental to helping SafeLives achieve its strategy. This information is used to set our policy messages, define our strategy, design our services and evidences the impact of the work we have done.
This role is an exciting opportunity to help transform the response to domestic abuse by ensuring the sector is evidence led. SafeLives holds the largest datasets on victims and perpetrators of domestic abuse nationally which you will use to inform our ambitious policy and research agenda. Working alongside our practice experts, survivors of abuse, and our expert research team, you will help to answer important questions about what works in ending domestic abuse.
The research analyst will be responsible for working with and supporting the Senior Research Analyst and Research Managers to develop and deliver rigorous and sector leading data, analysis and recommendations across the full range of SafeLives programmes and products. We need an enthusiastic, innovative and capable individual with the technical ability to keep our unique sector leading evidence base relevant and informative to all our users; local service providers, commissioners and national government. The evidence you produce will inform and influence national policy makers, funders and stakeholders to improve the response for families living with domestic abuse.
Benefits: a generous package including 25 days’ holiday a year plus public holidays, employee pension scheme with up to 4% employer contribution, childcare voucher scheme, Cycle2Work scheme.
If this challenge sounds as exciting to you as it does to us and you believe you have the qualities we have described, please take a look over the job description and submit a 500-word cover letter, CV and equal opportunity form.
Closing date: 5pm on Friday 22nd January
SafeLives is a committed provider of equal opportunities for all, please see our job description for full details.
No agencies please.