National Prevention Programme Manager (28 hours/week)Starting salary £29,655 pro rata + pension
Rape Crisis Scotland is seeking a dynamic and committed person to manage the national sexual violence prevention programme, which delivers high quality consent and healthy sexual relationships education to young people across Scotland in partnership with Rape Crisis centres. The postholder will work closely with locally-based prevention workers to develop the programme, support practice development, ensure high quality delivery and share learning with partners and stakeholders.
The post is funded until March 2020.
Rape Crisis Scotland is seeking to recruit 3 new members for our Board of Directors. As a Director you will be responsible for overseeing the strategic direction and effective running of Rape Crisis Scotland.
We are particularly keen to recruit:
* Young Women under 30
* Disabled women
* Black and minority ethnic women
* Women who identify as trans or as having a trans history
* Women who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual
JOB PURPOSE: The overall aim of this post is to develop local strategic approaches to sexual violence prevention, to engage young people through participation, and to deliver interventions to young people around healthy sexual relationships using the Rape Crisis Scotland sexual violence prevention pack.
TO: Centre Manager
Hours: 21 hours per week, funded until 31st March 2019 (further funding will be sought beyond this)
Location: Hamilton base, travel throughout North & South Lanarkshire
Holiday Entitlement: 30 days plus 12 days public holidays
Pension: 4% Employer Pension Contribution
Salary info: (17.5 hours)
Status: Part time
Closing: 20 November 2017
We are looking for a skilled and experienced Young Survivors’ Counselling Support Worker to deliver our specialist support service for young people aged 12 to 18 who have experienced sexual violence.
Only women need apply for the above posts under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
Successful applicants will be subject to relevant PVG and disclosure checks.
ERCC is committed to and working to achieve equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Status: Management Board
Closing date: 31st January 2018
We are looking for women to join our Board who:
- Are committed to supporting the work of a specialist service for survivors of sexual violence.
- Have skills in (or would like to develop skills in) leadership, governance, strategy development, finance, human resources, decision- making or fundraising.
- Have 4-6 hours to spare per month.
We are keen to promote diversity and welcome applications from disabled women, trans* women, and women of diverse backgrounds, sexual orientations, ethnicities and ages, to help us best meet the wide-ranging needs of survivors of sexual violence.
We are also keen to encourage women with skills and experience in finance and fundraising to apply.
No previous experience of being on a Board is required as induction and training will be provided.