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The damage caused by abuse in childhood doesn’t always end in childhood. Many adults who suffered childhood abuse continue to suffer. It doesn’t have to be this way. Join our amazing team and change lives for the better.

We are currently recruiting a Temporary Communications Officer role.


Temporary Communications Officer

NAPAC exists to support survivors of childhood abuse. The damage caused by abuse in childhood doesn’t always end in childhood.  Many adults with a history of childhood abuse can continue to suffer – from post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, depression and other issues. They can suffer from low self-esteem and be prone to self-harm or suicide.  It doesn’t have to be this way – this the chance for you to change someone’s life for the better.

We are seeking a creative and resilient Temporary Communications Officer to join our friendly team in London. The Temporary Communications Officer is a new role to support NAPAC’s internal and external communications and engagement activities. They will lead the day to day management of NAPAC’s social media and be a key contributor to developing materials for use online and in print. Overall, they will have a commitment to excellent in everything NAPAC does for survivors and their supporters.

Salary: £25,200 pa, pro rata, with hourly rate and contract arrangements possible

Hours:  21 per week (0.6 FT) minimum, worked flexibly across the week

Contract: ten weeks (with possibility of extension)

Closing date for applications: Thursday 8 October 2020

Application is by completion of the formal NAPAC application form only – CVs and work samples will not be accepted

Interview Date: Week beginning 12 October 2020 in London

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We are always looking for volunteers to join our friendly support line team in Stockport. Our volunteers are a mix of people with direct and indirect experience of child abuse – sometimes they have no experience of this. If you have empathy, resilience and can commit to a regular four-hour shift, then we’d love to hear from you. Volunteer for NAPAC

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