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Domestic Homicide Review (DHR) Coordinator

London, Greater London (Hybrid)
£27,744 to £30,192 FTE (based on experience)
Part-time (21 hours per week)
Job description

Domestic Homicide Review (DHR) Coordinator

Location:  Home or London office based, with travel to London and nationally when required
Job Type:  Permanent, Part Time 
Salary range per annum: £27,744 to £30,192 (based on experience)

Closing date:  09:00 am on 03/06/2024
Potential interview date:  w/c 13/06/2024


The opportunity

We are seeking a passionate and dedicated candidate to join our DHR team at Standing Together.   If you are someone who shares our passion to improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable groups then we would love to hear from you.


As a key person in a busy team you will offer coordination and administrative support to Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHRs) commissioned to Standing Together ensuring effective and efficient delivery in line with statutory guidance. For a full list of the personal specification, please view the job description. 

The DHR team is committed to providing professional and valuable DHR service. Our experience of partnership working and its understanding of the resource constraints facing statutory and voluntary agencies has been crucial in ensuring that each DHR can deliver change in an area where change is needed. We achieve change in how domestic violence incidents are dealt with and maintain a safe, consistent response from partner agencies.


About us

Standing Together was founded 25 years ago with the ambition to eradicate domestic abuse by transforming the way organisations and individuals think about, prevent, and respond to it. 

We are a national charity bringing communities together to end domestic abuse. Standing Together pioneered the Coordinated Community Response (CCR) approach in the UK, a multi-agency partnership model for keeping survivors safe and holding abusers to account. The Housing Team at STADA, focuses on responding to the housing and homelessness needs of victims/survivors of domestic abuse, through influencing national and local policy and practice, across all relevant agencies, but with a particular focus on the role of the housing and homelessness sector as a part of a Coordinated Community Response to domestic abuse. 



  • 25 annual leave days Holiday plus all English bank holidays
  • 1 day's leave for religious / cultural observation
  • Generous Pension scheme
  • Private Healthcare Scheme (post probation)
  • Flexible working opportunities
  • Training and development opportunities

Applicants must have the existing Right to Work in the UK. 

Applicants must also undergo a Standard Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check (paid for by Standing Together), or provide their update service details so their status can be checked, in-line with Charity Commission guidance.

Here at STADA, we do not discriminate in employment based on race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, national origin, marital status, medical history, parental status or genetic information. STADA is committed to encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion among our workforce, and eliminating unlawful discrimination.

The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best.  We welcome and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences.

For more information

Please also look at the job description and personal specification, which you can download from this page (on the righthand corner).


REF-214 216

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Standing together View profile Company size Size: 21 - 50
Posted on: 21 May 2024
Closed date: 03 June 2024 at 09:00
Job ref: REF-214216
Tags: Project Management, Support Worker