Surviving Economic Abuse is committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion. We strive to build and develop a workforce that reflects the diversity of the women we support and seek to ensure that all job applications are treated fairly, with respect and without bias.
We encourage applications from suitably experienced candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation. We are particularly interested to hear from individuals from communities that are under-represented.
We are a small team dedicated to creating change for victim-survivors of economic abuse. Our team is made up of both female and male colleagues. However, vacancies for some of our roles may apply single-sex exemptions where there is proportionate and legitimate reason to do so. This will apply when it is deemed an occupational requirement due to contact with female victim-survivors of abuse. Any exemptions will always be explicitly stated within our job listings.
We welcome applications from individuals who share and can demonstrate a commitment to our values.
SEA is survivor-led and this is central to our values. We work with a group of women – the Experts by Experience Group – whose knowledge and experiences shape our work. We strongly encourage anyone interested in working for SEA to read about our work and about how we aim to ensure the Experts by Experience is an accessible space for victim-survivors before applying.
Are you passionate about realising women’s economic rights? Are you an experienced senior leader with a strong track record of influencing? Are you a great communicator able to adapt messages to different audiences? Do you recognise the importance of survivor voice? Do you have extensive contacts and reach? Are you inspiring and solutions focused?
If so, we’d love to hear from you! We particularly encourage applications from individuals from communities that are under-represented within SEA.
The deadline for applications is Tuesday 3rd January with interviews taking place mid-January in Central London (interview arrangements will be accessible to those who have a disability).
If you would like to discuss the role and the work of SEA before applying, please contact Amy Brooker, Executive Assistant ([email protected]) to arrange a call with Nicola Sharp Jeffs, CEO and Founder, SEA.
Surviving Economic Abuse wants to meet the aims and commitments set out in its equality policy. This includes not discriminating under the Equality Act 2010 and building an accurate picture of the make-up of the workforce in encouraging equality and diversity.
The information provided will be kept confidential and will be used for monitoring purposes only, any information contained on this form will not be used for any selection purposes.
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