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Trauma therapist, Shetland Rape Crisis

Part-time – 20 hours per week Shetland Rape Crisis logo

We are looking for a dedicated trauma informed therapist to join our team. The role will involve delivering specialist trauma informed psychotherapy to anyone aged 13yrs+ in Shetland affected by sexual violence.

The successful candidate will:

  • Hold a degree in counselling and psychotherapy
  • Specialising in trauma informed practice
  • Understand the impact of sexual violence and trauma
  • Thorough knowledge of issues relating to sexual violence
  • Experience of working with people affected by gender-based violence
  • Be prepared to undertake training to meet current service requirements

Sexual Violence Prevention Worker, Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre

Job Description LRCC logo

Established on 9th August 2004, Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre is situated in Hamilton, and delivers its services across North & South Lanarkshire. LRCC provides emotional & practical support to women, and girls over 12 years of age, who have experienced rape and/or any other form of sexual abuse in their lifetime.

LRCC work in partnership with a number of local agencies, and with violence against women partnerships in North & South Lanarkshire to tackle issues surrounding gender based violence. LRCC aims to provide Choice, Support & Empowerment to women and girls, and help them to take back control of their own lives after the impact that trauma has had over a period of time. As their HR Business Partner we are supporting the organisation in recruiting a Sexual Violence Prevention Worker (21-25 hours per week), a funded role within the organisation which has current funding to 31st March 2020 however this may be extended by a further three years.

Scottish Borders Rape Crisis - Chair & Trustees sought

Scottish Borders Rape Crisis Centre (SBRCC) is the only dedicated, specialised sexual violence service in SBRCC logothe Scottish Borders.

We offer an experienced and beneficial support service to hundreds of women and girls every year living in the Scottish Borders.

Would you like to make a difference? Ever wanted to use your talents and expertise to enhance and improve the lives of people who have experienced sexual violence? We wish to continue to build a strong and competent group of Trustees with the passion to keep this essential specialist service available in the Scottish Borders. This is an exciting time of change for SBRCC with the planned introduction of a new specialist young person’s service.

Join us if you want to be part of a worthwhile Board.

Rape & Sexual Abuse Service Highland (RASASH) Support & Advocacy Workers x 2

Support & Advocacy Worker x 2 28hr per week post(s) RASASH logo

Salary: £27,992 pro rata.

RASASH is committed to providing person centred, therapeutic emotional support and advocacy for anyone in the Highlands aged 13 or over affected by sexual violence; and to working to prevent and eliminate sexual violence in all forms.

We are currently recruiting for 2 x 28 hrs per week Support & Advocacy workers for a pilot of Visually Recorded Interview (VRI) based in Inverness but covering Highland. The VRI pilots are running in Edinburgh and Highland and are a joint project between Rape Crisis Scotland, Police Scotland, Crown office and Procurator Fiscal Service and the Scottish Government as part of the National Advocacy Project.

Support Worker – Young people, Scottish Borders Rape Crisis Centre

Scottish Borders Rape Crisis Centre (SBRCC) is looking to recruit a Support Worker – Young People to join SBRCC logothe team.
This is an exciting new project called Unity, part funded by BBC Children in Need, to support the development of an independent young people’s support service. This service will be open to all young survivors of any gender/gender identity, aged 12-18, who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives. The Support Worker will provide one to one and group work support aimed at improving young survivor’s emotional well-being, confidence and their ability to cope with distress.

A commitment to addressing violence against women and girls alongside experience of delivering one to one support is essential.

Only women need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure check.