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Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre: Services Manager

28 hours, £34,220 pro-rata Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre logo

Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre is looking for a skilled and experienced Services Manager to work with the Centre Director and Assistant Centre Director in implementing key elements of ERCC’s service delivery plan, contributing to the operational and strategic leadership of the organisation. Key areas of work for this post include:

  • Owning and having overall line management responsibility for all front-line service delivery staff and teams;
  • Ensuring all processes and elements of service delivery are managed and implemented for the benefit of our service users; and
  • Ensuring a trauma-informed approach shapes and informs ERCC service design and operational delivery, and that staff well-being is at the heart of this approach.

This post is funded by the Scottish Government until 30 September 2021.

Find out more and download an application pack from the Goodmoves website.

Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre: Senior Counselling Support Worker (Young People’s Project)

28 hours, £31,095 pro-rata Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre logo

Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre is looking for a skilled and experienced Counselling Support worker to lead our Young People’s Project, the STAR service. The post-holder will be responsible for line-managing and supervising staff and volunteers delivering specialist counselling and support services, art psychotherapy, and advocacy as required, to anyone aged 12-18 who has experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives. The post-holder will carry a counselling support caseload, and will work alongside ERCC’s management team to contribute to the operational and strategic leadership of the organisation.

This post is funded by the Scottish Government until 30 September 2021

Find out more and download an application pack from the Goodmoves website.

Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre: Counselling Support Worker (Universities Outreach Project)

35 hours, £28,406 Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre logo

Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre is looking for a skilled and experienced counselling support worker to provide specialist counselling support and advocacy to students at Edinburgh’s Universities who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives. The post-holder will take an approach informed by an understanding of trauma (including complex trauma), and will work on an outreach basis at the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University, Heriot Watt University and Queen Margaret University.

This post is funded by the four Universities until 31 July 2022.

Find out more and download an application pack from the Goodmoves website.

Moray Rape Crisis Manager (job share)

17.5 hours per week : £31,106 FTE + 8% pension Moray Rape Crisis logo

Rape Crisis Scotland is recruiting a job share Manager for Moray Rape Crisis.

Moray Rape Crisis provides therapeutic support and advocacy to survivors of all forms of sexual violence. Support is provided to people of all genders, aged 11+, as well as friends and family. Prevention work with young people will also begin in 2020. This post is funded by the Scottish Government until September 2021, with further funding being sought beyond this.

You can download an application pack below.

Advocacy Worker, RASAC Perth & Kinross

Fixed Term until September 2021 RASAC Perth & Kinross logo

15 hours per week, £28,984 (pro-rata)

The Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre Perth & Kinross are looking for an Advocacy Worker to join our Support Services team. Part of the National Rape Crisis Advocacy Project, this role will provide specialist support and advocacy for survivors age 16+ who are considering reporting to police, or who are already engaged in the criminal justice system following a sexual crime. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and will work with a range of stakeholders. Experience of providing support and/or advocacy to individuals affected by trauma is essential, alongside a commitment to working within a gendered analysis of Violence Against Women.

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