We are looking for a dynamic health professional who shares our vision to end domestic abuse, to join our team as a Clinical Lead. You will work closely with SATEDA’s specialist team to promote and deliver the evidence-based IRIS GP Service across Kent and Medway.

In this fundamental role you will work with SATEDA to promote the benefit of Iris to practices, support them to commit to IRIS, deliver training and provide advice and guidance to clinical colleagues.

With an understanding of the gendered nature of domestic abuse and the intersecting oppressions that are barriers to those accessing support, you will be vital to enabling system changes that ensure health care services are key players in early intervention.

This role would suit a practicing health clinician (preferably a GP) who can offer the hours flexibly over the year to meet the need of the practices.

SATEDA are the IRIS licence holders for IRIS across Kent & Medway and we are currently supporting practices in Maidstone, Swale, Canterbury and Whitstable.

Across Kent & Medway

up to £83 per hour (sessional rate on self-employed basis depending on experience)

100-125 hours during initial recruitment of practices, and 45-65 hours for subsequent years on a self-employed locum basis. Flexibility is required over the year to meet the need of practices.

  • A DBS (Disclosure Baring Service) check will be carried out by SATEDA
  • Upon appointment you will be required to attend IRIS’s three-day remote training course

Please download and read through the Job Description below and return your completed Application Form and Equality Monitoring Form to

Please note CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date:
Rolling applications

SATEDA is a specialist domestic abuse charity for women and children.  At SATEDA we are passionate about ending domestic abuse and committed to making a difference with our accredited services. As our Communications & Engagement Coordinator, you’ll play a crucial role in communicating our messages and services, engaging with our community and supporting us to build lasting relationships.

We’re looking for a woman who can bring her experience and passion to oversee our communications and community engagement. So, if you’re enthusiastic, social media-savvy, and love connecting with people, we want to hear from you.

Location: Hybrid, remote with at least two days per week from our Sittingbourne office

Salary: £26,000-£28,000 dependent on experience (pro rata)

Hours: 30 or 37 hours per week (flexible according to candidate)

Please download and read through the Job Description below and return your completed Application Form and Equality Monitoring Form to

Please note CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date: Friday 21 June 2024 at 10am

Interviews: Tuesday 2 July 2024


If you’d like to donate your time and compassion to our mission, we have a wide variety of roles available, from letter writing to survivors in prison, to co-facilitating recovery sessions. We can’t wait to meet you!

Reflections from SATEDA’s staff


"I initially started out as a volunteer myself wanting to help out in the local community, and volunteering is a great way to try out a new career or build new skills. I jumped at the chance to be part of the SATEDA team when the opportunity arose. It is a fantastic nurturing environment to work in, the team here are so dedicated and supportive to their clients, volunteers and each other. Even though there are challenges, it's a joy to be in a role where you can really make a difference and see the results in what you do."


Volunteer Coordinator


"Working for a Swale charity offering a specialist women’s service means a lot to me. I've learnt so much more about domestic violence and its impact on women and their children. It becomes a part of your daily thinking and awareness. It's priceless knowing the young people I support benefit from our programmes, and for some it's life-changing. That's such a powerful motivation to offer the very best that I can to the mums and young people I support. The SATEDA Team are so dedicated and it's a pleasure to work alongside my colleagues and our volunteers."


Young Persons Support Worker

Please check this page regularly for opportunities to join our team and make a life-changing difference to women and children in our community.