The Lucy Faithfull Foundation is a registered charity operating across the UK, working exclusively with child sexual abuse and families where abuse has taken place.

Our Stop It Now! helpline and project has one overarching aim – to prevent child sexual abuse. We are passionate about this aim and throw all our energy into it. We look for people who want to do the same.

Take a look at this article to see what life is like working for us.

Primary Prevention Project Workers (x2)

South Wales – 22.5 hours per week / North Wales – 15 hours per week
£25,826 per annum (f.t.e)

We are looking for two highly motivated Primary Prevention Project Workers to promote and support the delivery of the Stop it Now! Wales campaign across North and South Wales.  You will deliver educative seminars to parents and carers in collaboration with partner organisations and train the trainer sessions to professionals and others who work with children and families and be involved in creating/participating in focus groups with parents and professionals which will support our work to create a toolkit for professionals and the delivery of multi-agency training days.

Due to the travel requirements for this post you will need to be a car driver with access to your own vehicle.  It is also desirable that you are able to communicate in Welsh.

The contract is fixed until March 2021 but the intention is to extend for an additional 2 years dependant on funding.

We offer a NEST pension, 33 days annual leave (pro rata), Benenden Health Cover and regular training.

For more information or a discussion regarding this position, please do not hesitate to contact Claire Short, Wales National Manager, on 07720 590129 or email:

Application packs can be obtained from:

Closing date for receipt of applications (no CV’s): 17th August 2020 at 5:00pm
Interviews will take place: w/c 31st August 2020 (Covid-19 dependent)

A DBS disclosure is required for this post

No agencies

Digital Officer (maternity cover)

22.5 hours per week / 3 days
Epsom, Surrey
£21,840 (£36,400 per annum f.t.e)

The Lucy Faithfull Foundation is a pioneering child protection charity whose vision is to create a world in which children’s rights to live free from abuse and exploitation become a reality. Our mission is to prevent sexual abuse from happening by working with those perpetrating it, those affected by it and with protective adults who can keep children safe. We are the only UK wide organisation dedicated entirely to preventing child sexual abuse and have been doing so since 1992.

We are looking for a skilled and dedicated professional to join our innovative media and communications team on a fixed term contract basis until end April 2021 (possibility of extension). The successful candidate will report to the Media & Communications Manager and will mentor the Communications Assistant, working closely with all others in the team.

You will deliver and continually refine the digital component of a major communications project to bring about positive and measurable behavioural change amongst people engaging in online child sexual abuse. You will deliver and continually refine the digital component of the broader media and communications strategy that underpins the Foundation’s strategy.

The successful candidate will lead on website, organic and paid social media development and evaluation, working at the cutting edge of digital campaigning, managing key day-to-day relationships with PR agencies, government contacts and expert industry support. You will be the Foundation’s digital expert, training colleagues to broaden digital capacity across the organisation and be part of a national campaign that makes a real difference to society and individuals and protects children.

We offer a NEST pension, 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays) and Benenden Health Cover

For more information or a discussion regarding this position, please do not hesitate to contact Michael Walsh, Media and Communications Manager: or 07540 690 315

Application packs can be obtained from:

We anticipate that this role may initially be home-based depending on Covid-19 restrictions.

We are viewing applications and scheduling interviews on a rolling basis, so if you’re interested, please apply ASAP.

Assistant Psychologist

Epsom, Surrey
£20,748 per annum (37.5 hours per week)

A vacancy has arisen for an Assistant Psychologist based at our Surrey office.

This role will see you support other members of the team with their projects and you will manage your own smaller projects.  You will provide support to our confidential helpline and deliver individual or group interventions with offenders, young people, non-offending partners, and their families under supervision.

We offer a NEST pension, 33 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidays (rising to 38 days leave after five years’ successful service) and Benenden Medical cover so if you think you would enjoy working with a busy but friendly team please contact us for an application pack.

For an informal discussion please contact Dr Alexandra Bailey, forensic psychologist, on 01372 847160.

Application packs can be obtained from:

Closing date for receipt of applications: 7th August 2020
Interviews will take place: w/c 17th August 2020

No agencies

Unfortunately we don’t have the capacity to hold CVs on file, so please don’t send speculative job or work placement applications.

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