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Scottish Borders Rape Crisis seeks trustees

Supporting Female Survivors of Sexual Violence - how can you help?
Since 2010 SBRCC has provided emotional and practical support to more than 600 women and girls who have experienced rape or sexual violence.
The Centre is run for women by women.

SBRCC also works with young people to ensure they have access to a safe
space and sound information to help them develop the skills to negotiate
consent and healthy sexual relationships.

We have vacancies now for volunteer trustees. Trustees are responsible
for making sure that SBRCC develops the services to meet the needs of
survivors. They ensure that SBRCC’s resources are managed effectively
and used for the proper purposes.

WRASAC Dundee & Angus: 2 vacancies

Foundation Scotland

The Women's Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre, Dundee & Angus has two new & exciting vacancies.

Deadline for both posts is Monday 13th August 2017.


Team Leader Women’s Support Service

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced, enthusiastic and driven worker who will be responsible for ensuring survivors receive high quality support and that staff / volunteers are well supported to do their work through high quality line management. The Team Leader is expected to work closely with the Manager and to deputise for when necessary.

The ideal candidate will have significant experience in providing support to survivors using counselling skills, knowledge of the impact of rape, sexual abuse and exploitation on women, children and young people, support and supervision of staff skills, as well as experience in a strategic role and preparation of funding proposals and reports.

Salary: £30,795 - £33,432

Hours: 35 hours/week + 6 % pension

Location: WRASAC Office, Dundee

To download an information pack click here.

To download an application form click here.

Foundation ScotlandThis post is partly funded by The Volant Charitable Trust administered by Foundation Scotland

Shetland Rape Crisis seeks potential Board members

Shetland RC logo

Shetland Rape Crisis is looking to become an independent charity and is recruiting potential board members.

We are holding an Information Evening at Voluntary Action Shetland, Market House, 14 Market Street, Lerwick, ZE1 0JP, on Monday 15th May starting at 6pm.

While no experience is necessary we are particularly eager to recruit potential trustees with a range of knowledge and skills including HR, Accountancy/Financial Management, Business Development, Social Media, Fundraising, Violence against Women and Third Sector Development, Youth Work and Education. Time, a commitment to equality, and enthusiasm are also great assets.

Full support and induction training will be given, and expenses will be paid.

If you would like to find out more about our work, and are interested in getting involved please book a space at: https://shetlandrapecrisis.eventbrite.co.uk
For more information please email: contact@shetlandrapecrisis.scot
Find out more about what we do at: www.shetlandrapecrisis.scot

Opportunities at RASASH, Inverness


Stand Up! RASASH is a young person's volunteering project which provides a platform for young Highlanders between the ages of 13-25 to stand up against sexual violence. The project is currently looking to recruit Stand Up! RASASH Young Ambassadors. You can see a description of what the role would involve here, and if you'd like to apply, you can download an application form here.

RASASH is also looking for a Social Media Volunteer to help manage their social media presence. You can find out more about what this would involve here. If you are interested in this role or would like to find out more please call 01463 257653 or email prevention@rasash.org.uk