Centre Manager - Central Scotland Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Centre, Stirling
Centre Manager, Central Scotland Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Centre, Stirling
£30,000 per annum, 35 hours per week (funding to March 2015, further funding will be sought beyond this)
Central Scotland Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Centre are seeking a dynamic forward thinking Centre Manager to lead and develop our team of paid and unpaid support workers. CSRC&SAC provide support to women, men and young people aged 13+ who have experienced sexual violence at any point in their lives.
Applicants should have:
· Experience of developing, delivering and monitoring high quality services
· A track record in successfully leading and managing employees
· Excellent interpersonal skills, a good understanding of the issues relating to sexual violence and a commitment to the gendered analysis of abuse
· Excellent funding and financial skills
A PVG check will be undertaken as part of the selection process
Only female applicants need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010
Closing date: 26th September 2014
Central Scotland Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Centre is a company limited by guarantee, registered with OSCR and registered in Scotland as a company number 256836 and charity number sc001180.
Trustees sought for Rape Counselling & Resource Centre, Kilmarnock
with restructuring as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, the Rape
Counselling & Resource Centre (RCRC) in Kilmarnock
is seeking new trustees to enhance its Management Committee.
The Rape Counselling & Resource Centre provides a vital, free, specialist support service, including counselling, complementary therapies and information, for women and girls living in East Ayrshire who have experienced any form of sexual violence, recently or in the past.
We would like to encourage applications from women who have a broad range of life and professional skills and with an interest in providing a supporting role for other women in our community. Previous experience not necessary however, women with a good understanding of the financial and governance needs of a small charity, funding and income generation, knowledge of employment, HR, business skills and entrepreneurship would be welcome additions to our growing team.
Trustees hold voluntary positions but can be reimbursed expenses, which can include costs of transport to and from meetings and any training undertaken with us. New Trustees will be given induction and support on appointment to the role.
Women interested in becoming a Trustee for RCRC should email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application pack and further information.
How to volunteer
Our centres could not provide the support they do without many women giving their time, energy and commitment as volunteers and unpaid workers.
We welcome contact from women interested in becoming members of our collectives. Full training is provided and specific details are available from each centre. If you are interested, find contact details for your local centre here.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email email@example.com