After 5 years of service with WRASAC our current CEO has decided that it is time for fresh challenges and will leave the post at the end of January 2019. She has helped the organisation to mature and develop, culminating in a number recent successful funding applications, including the Big Lottery.
The CEO and Board have been working hard to achieve their Good Governance Award, which we hope to have completed by the end of March 2019. The successful candidate will be expected to support the board to secure new premises within the next two years.
WRASAC has a dynamic and growing team of staff and volunteers and an annual income of just under £600,000 per year from a diverse range of funders.
Admin and Information Worker – 35 Hours
We are looking to recruit a dynamic and skilled Admin and Information Worker. This post plays a key role in the coordination and promotion of WRASAC services by providing robust admin support and information.
The ideal candidates will have significant experience in providing comprehensive organisational administrative support, information, digital, IT and data protection.
We offer a competitive salary, excellent terms and conditions and the opportunity to gain invaluable skills and experience.
Fife Rape & Sexual Assault Centre seeks a
highly motivated and energetic
individual to provide direct support services throughout Fife to
survivors of rape and sexual assault.
18 hours per week (Wed, Thurs, Friday) £13,651.50 per annum ( £27,303 pro-rata)
Experience of providing emotional support is essential.
Only women need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010
The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced PVG check
Any queries regarding these posts can be directed to Jan Swan 01592 642336
Press & Campaigns Officer (28 hours/week)
£31,411 pro rata, plus 8% pension
Fixed term contract for one year
Rape Crisis Scotland is seeking a Press & Campaigns Officer, who will lead on the development and implementation of a national campaign on sexual harassment.
Download an application pack here
(if you require a paper copy please contact firstname.lastname@example.org – due to seasonal holidays there may be a delay sending this out.)
Rape Crisis Scotland seeks to recruit an Advocacy Worker for the Scottish Women’s Rights Centre (SWRC).
The SWRC is a unique collaborative project between Rape Crisis Scotland, JustRight Scotland and the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic offering legal and advocacy services to women survivors of gender based violence in Scotland. The SWRC strives to fill the gaps that exist between women’s experiences of gender based violence and their ability to access justice
Advocacy Worker (35 hours per week)
AP5.1: £28,268 / 8% employers pension contribution