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Rape Crisis Scotland


08088 01 03 02

Phone the free Rape Crisis Scotland Helpline
Every day, 6pm to midnight


Available Positions
Fife Rape & Sexual Assault Centre (FRASAC) - Part-time Counselling Support Worker (18 hours)


Fife Rape and Sexual Assault Centre
182a Esplanade
Kirkcaldy KY1 1RE

Requires Part-time (18 hours) Counselling Support Worker
Only women are eligible to apply for this post due to Genuine Occupational Requirement (Schedule 9; Equality Act 2010).

FRASAC welcomes applications from women from all sectors of the community.
£29,428.00 pro rata
This post is currently funded till 31st March 2016 with the possibility of continued funding.

We are a Fife-wide independent charitable organisation providing free, confidential counselling and support to anyone affected by rape and sexual assault.

We require a highly motivated and energetic individual to provide direct counselling and support services throughout Fife to people who have experienced rape and or sexual assault.

A diploma in therapeutic counselling is essential.
Knowledge / Understanding of Violence Against Women and issues relating to Rape, Sexual Assault and Childhood Sexual Abuse are desirable.

PVG Check will be required for the successful candidates.

For an application pack please call 01592 642336 or email
Any queries regarding this post can be directed to Mairi McAllister.
Closing date for applications: 12noon Friday 14th August 2015

Trustees sought for Rape Counselling & Resource Centre, Kilmarnock


To coincide 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 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