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Yay, if you've made it here, then it already means that you are interested in working for NDAS and helping to change lives. 

Our workforce is made up of staff and volunteers carrying out a variety of roles, all of which add true value and contribution to the work we do, as well as providing plenty of scope for personal development and rewards which come in many forms. NDAS is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community, 

If you don't see something suitable this time, please keep checking back as our job boards are updated regularly.  Alternatively, our volunteering opportunities, which give valuable experience may be an alternative, with many of our roles within NDAS being held by people who have previously  volunteered with us.  Please click here for more information.

How to Apply

You can either: 


Download and complete our Application Form or Volunteer Application form


Send your CV with a covering letter detailing why you feel that your skills and experience would make a good fit for our team. We shortlist based on how the evidence you provide matches the PERSON SPECIFICATION for each role. 

We shortlist all applications using the person specification for each role. Please ensure that you use this information in your application to evidence your skills and experience. 

Send your documents via email to or via post FAO Zoe Tatham, Keep House, 124 High Street, Wollaston, NN29 7RJ

All applicants will also be required to complete our Equality and Diversity monitoring form.

Please note, NDAS is committed to safeguarding and many of our roles are subject to an enhanced DBS check prior to confirmation of appointment. You can view our Safer Recruitment Policy here

Staff Benefits

We not only offer competitive salaries for the voluntary sector, but all the benefits below too. We value our staff team and want to make sure that they are as happy and supported as possible.

  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays

  • Annual leave increases to 27 days after 3 years employment, then to 30 days after 5 years.

  • Monthly supervision sessions

  • Clinical supervision offered for staff working with clients

  • Company sick pay policy (on completion of probation)

  • Flexible working policy and encouragement of work/life balance

  • Peer Support groups

  • Regular staff surveys

  • Staff wellbeing package including mental health champions and discount scheme


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Current vacancies

We have no vacancies at the moment


I joined NDAS in 2016 and have grown so much, both in my career and on a personal level. It feels more like a family and I love coming to work knowing I am really helping to change lives


We rely on the goodwill of dedicated individuals to enable us to continue our work within the community to help support survivors of domestic abuse.


Our volunteers come from a diverse range of backgrounds, with their own set of unique skills, knowledge and experiences.  If you are interested in volunteering with us and would like more information, please email:

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Our student placements are organised directly with the Universtity of Northampton.

Currently we do not have capacity to accept any more students on placements, however this may change in the future.


For more information please contact: