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We currently have a vacancy for a Domestic Violence Debt Advocate.  This job is based in Solace Women’s Aid London office

Please see below for more information on this job and application forms

If you apply please make sure you put the vacancy you are applying for on part 1 of the application form.

We ask if applicants will complete and return an equal opportunities monitoring form as this helps us target advertising effectively.   This form is anonymous and is separated from applications before the selection process begins.

Money Advice Plus aims to be an equal opportunities employer.

Together with Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) we are recruiting a Domestic Violence Debt Advocate (DVDA) to provide face to face benefit and debt advice to survivors of domestic abuse.  The DVDA will be based in London, hosted by Solace Women’s Aid

This role is part of DEAP, a new project funded by the Tampon Tax Fund    

To join our exciting new project:-

Summary short version Domestic Violence Debt Advocate-JD (final Oct) 1 IMA

Job description and person specification  Domestic Violence Debt Advocate-JD (final Oct Extension) 1

Application form – in 2 parts  DVDA Application Form part 1     DVDA Application Form part 2

Equal Opportunities monitoring form DVDA equal-opps-monitoring

Closing date 14th November 2018, 11am. Interviews the following week.

Volunteer Opportunities

Becoming a volunteer at Money Advice Plus helps us help those most in need in the community. Our volunteers provide a valuable service while gaining experience working with clients and as part of a charity.

If you understand the importance of client confidentiality and have a few hours or more to spare each month, then we’d really like to hear from you. You’ll get excellent job satisfaction, knowing you’ll be making a real difference to the lives of people in the local community.

In return for your commitment, you’ll get training and support for any tasks or areas of work in which you are particularly interested. We recognise volunteering is a two-way process and we’re committed to help provide the experience and support each volunteer wants to get from working with us.

What tasks can a volunteer do?

You can help us in a variety of ways including:

  • fundraising
  • assisting with marketing and publicity
  • assisting with our projects
  • general administration
  • doing research for products for clients

and much more…

We have a range of role descriptions, but you may also have other ways you could use your time, skills and knowledge to help our work

Reception volunteer role description Oct 18

Operations Support volunteer role description Oct 18

Finance volunteer role description Oct 18

Case work volunteer role description Oct 18

Appeals volunteer role description Oct 18


How to become a volunteer

If you think you could give us some of your time, either on an hourly, weekly or monthly basis, complete and return this form Volunteer expression of interest

Volunteers would be subject to a Criminal Records Bureau (DBS) check as you’d be coming into contact with vulnerable people.

Trustee opportunities

As a charity we are governed by a Board of Trustees.  We welcome people who are representative of the whole range of the community and are able to volunteer their time, skills and knowledge.  If you are interested in becoming a Trustee, please look at the role description and complete and return the Expression of Interest form.

Trustee role description Dec 2016

Trustee – Expression of interest Oct 18

If you would like to discuss before applying, please contact Margaret Carey, Chief Executive on 01273 664000 or

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