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Young People’s Support and Trauma Worker, Women's Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre

Women's Rape and Sexual Abuse CentreFull time: 30 hours per week
Salary: : £23,469 raising to £25,255 after successful completion of probationary period
Closing date for applications: Sunday 5th June 2022 at midnight.

The ideal candidate will have significant experience in providing support to people using trauma informed support skills and have a sound knowledge of the impact of rape, sexual abuse and exploitation on survivors.

Board Members, Fife Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (FRASAC)

Volunteers also make up our Board of Directors. Our Board currently consists of six members who have skills in

Fife Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (FRASAC) logo

several areas including Finance, Marketing, Service Provision, Leadership and Governance and collectively have many years experience on FRASAC's Board. We are seeking new members to bring their skills and experience to assist FRASAC to continue to move forward and would particularly encourage anyone with paid or unpaid experience in the third sector to consider applying.

Board members, Rape & Sexual Abuse Service Highland (RASASH)

RASASH are seeking new board members RASASH logo

There has never been a more critical time to support work to stop violence against women.

About us:

Rape and Sexual Abuse Service Highland (RASASH) is a charitable organisation based in Inverness that covers all the Highland area.

Affiliated to Rape Crisis Scotland, RASASH was set up to:

• Provide accessible, appropriate, and high quality emotional and practical support, information and advocacy for survivors, their non-abusing partners, family and friends.

Board members, RASAC Perth & Kinross

The Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre, Perth & Kinross (RASAC P&K) is currently accepting applications from women RASAC Perth & Kinross logolooking for an opportunity to join the Board of Directors. We welcome applications from women who have a broad range of professional and life skills.

A member Centre of Rape Crisis Scotland, RASAC P&K provides support, information and advocacy services to anyone who identifies as a woman, and young people age 12-18, who have experienced rape or sexual abuse at any time in their lives. Justice Advocacy is offered to support survivors to navigate the reporting and court process. The Centre also offers support and information to partners, families and friends of survivors.

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