Do you feel motivated to help victims of stalking?

Do you want to shape the future of our response to stalking and personal safety?

Do you have resilience and flexibility, to meet the demands this role brings, and enjoy working in a sharing and learning environment?

If yes, then read on.


About the Opportunity:

All our roles are about making a difference, supporting the most vulnerable, standing up against what is wrong, driving systemic change, holding decision makers to account, spreading good will and enjoying the resulting feel-good factor. We work hard so our beneficiaries sleep better at night, so families can reunite at the end of the working day, and so that victims of harassment and stalking are given the chance to regain control of their situations.

As an Equal Opportunities employer, the Trust strives to maintain a diverse and inclusive culture representative of the communities we advise.

Work Location:  The post holder will be required to freelance UK-wide 

The full role specification can be found here

Start date: ASAP

Rate: To be discussed

Reports to:  Director for Services and Development


About Suzy Lamplugh Trust:

We are the UK’s founding personal safety charity and leading authority on stalking.

The Suzy Lamplugh Trust was born out of the tragic story of Suzy Lamplugh, a 25-year-old estate agent who went missing whilst at work in 1986, was never found, and was eventually declared deceased in 1993. The Trust was set up in Suzy’s name to empower individuals and organisations to make a stand against all forms of abuse, aggression, and violence, across their personal and professional lives.

You will be working with a growing charity that delivers high value impact to its beneficiaries, through its legacy, integrity, and credibility. We are an organisation that has been responsible for the education of millions of lone and frontline workers across all sectors for three and half decades, has:

  • campaigned heavily and played a pivotal role to drive changes in the law;
  • has supported over 55,000 victims and survivors of stalking since the inception of its National Stalking Helpline service in 2010; and
  • always had the aim of tackling violence against women and girls at the core of what it does.

How to apply for this opportunity:   

To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to [email protected]

If you would like to receive the recruitment information in a different format, please request this by contacting [email protected] 

DISCLAIMER: Applications without a covering letter will not be considered. All applicants must have the legal right to work in the UK.

Closing Date: We will be reviewing applications as they come in and we will close the vacancy once a suitable candidate is identified.