Rape Crisis Scotland Manager (Maternity Cover)
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 email@example.com for an application pack and further information.
Young People's Prevention Worker, Perth & Kinross
People’s Prevention Worker (30 hours per week AP4.1+OOH £24,972.00) per annum
The Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre Perth & Kinross are looking for a highly motivated Prevention Worker with a minimum of two years’ experience of supporting young people/youth work. Additionally, applicants are required to have an understanding of gender based violence and an awareness of sexualisation and its impact on young people.
Duties will involve the promotion of RASAC Youth Initiative and includes the delivery of prevention workshops across a range of educational and community settings. HND Community Education/Youth Work or similar qualification.
This post requires a female applicant and is exempt under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010. The successful applicant will be subject to enhanced disclosure checks.
Application forms available from RASAC P&K, PO BOX 7570, PERTH PH2 1BY: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Friday 10th May 2013
Manager, Women's Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre, Dundee
Vacancy: Manager of Women's Rape And Sexual Abuse Centre, Dundee
Would you like to manage a dynamic organisation that supports women and girls who have been raped, sexually abused or exploited? Do you have experience of strategic change, fundraising, managing volunteers and paid staff, and excellence in service delivery? We are making the change from collective working to a managed structure and are looking for our first Manager.
In return we offer:
• Salary of £35,571pa for 35 hours a week
• Pension contribution of 10%
• Excellent terms and conditions
• The chance to join a busy, ambitious organisation with a great commitment to its service users
www.wrasacdundee.org or find us on Facebook
For an application pack, please email email@example.com or download
from Goodmoves. Deadline for applications 13th May 2013 at 9am.
We hope to hold interviews on 17th May.
The post requires a female applicant and is exempt under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010. The selection process will include seeking enhanced disclosure information.
Development worker, Scottish Borders Rape Crisis Centre
• Organisation: Scottish Borders Rape Crisis Centre
• Salary: £22,515 (pro-rata)
• Salary info: APT 3, 21 hours per week
• Job Type: Fixed term, 12 months
• Closing date: 15th May 2013
• Location: Galashiels, Scottish Borders
Role: This new post is an exciting opportunity to further the development of Scottish Borders Rape Crisis Centre’s services for women and girls who have experienced sexual violence, ensuring that services are based on what survivors identify they need to reclaim control over their lives.
In this role you will be expected to: develop innovative service models; deliver support to survivors; help support and manage volunteers; and work with partners and in local communities to raise awareness of the issues for survivors of sexual violence.
You will be self-motivated, able to work under pressure, have excellent interpersonal, communication and IT skills and an understanding of the issues affecting survivors of sexual violence.
This post is based at our office in Galashiels, Scottish Borders. However it will involve travel over the Scottish Borders area.
Organisation profile: SBRCC provides practical and emotional support to survivors of sexual violence. We work in partnership with others towards the elimination of violence against women.
For an application pack email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01896 661070.
Applications may be submitted by post or by email.
Closing date: 15th May 2013
CVs will not be accepted.
Interviews: 24th May
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