Career Opportunities

The DAHA team is continually growing and looking to bring on new members who can add to the wealth of our experience and knowledge in our team.

We value and recognise the skills of those who have lived experience of domestic abuse, although this is not essential, and you will never be asked to disclose your own personal experiences. We also welcome anyone who identifies as being part of an under-represented community, particularly those from Black and minoritized communities.

If you have any questions about our roles please email 

Current job opportunities

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Why apply for a role at DAHA?

As a member of the DAHA team, you’ll have the opportunity to meaningfully influence the housing sector’s response to domestic abuse and improve the housing and safety options for victims/survivors of domestic abuse.  

There are continual opportunities to grow within the organisational, working across our accreditation, membership, training and policy and practice influencing work. We are a small and close-knit team, and there are always opportunities to work across projects to gain experience and knowledge.

Application process

We ask interested candidates to apply for the role online. You’ll be asked to complete job and education background, provide references from your last two employers, and then to answer questions about how you meet the personal specification. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited to an online interview.

DAHA is committed to ensuring our workforce is reflective of our diverse population and is therefore committed to increasing representation of staff of Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic backgrounds across all roles and at all levels. We strongly encourage applications from within Black and minoritized communities.

Interview process

Usually interviews are conducted online, with two members of the DAHA team and the candidate. Most candidates are asked to prepare a task (for example a 10-minute presentation), and then to answer competency and behavioural questions relevant to the personal specification. We encourage applicants to follow the SMART format in responding to questions. We’ll provide interview guidelines ahead of the interview.