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Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre: Team Leader

28 hours per week. £25,850 per annum (based on £32,312 FTE) Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre logo

Role

Established in 2004, Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre (LRCC) provides a support, information and advocacy service for survivors aged 12 and over across Lanarkshire who have experienced recent and/or historic sexual violence, including rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and commercial sexual exploitation. We also work in schools and with young people across Lanarkshire and strategically with multi-agency partners, towards preventing sexual violence.

Moray Rape Crisis: Service Manager

Rape Crisis Scotland is recruiting a Service Manager for Moray Rape Crisis. Moray Rape Crisis logo

Moray Rape Crisis is the newest Rape Crisis Centre in Scotland providing therapeutic support and advocacy to survivors of all forms of sexual violence. 1:1 and groupwork support is provided to survivors aged 11+, as well as friends and family. Prevention work, as part of Rape Crisis Scotland’s National Prevention Programme with young people will also begin in early 2021. The Centre is currently being managed by Rape Crisis Scotland, with a board in place, and the Centre has just received its SCIO status. We are seeking a dynamic manager to take the Centre forward in the next stage of its development.

This post is funded by the Scottish Government until September 2021, with further funding being sought beyond this.
For full details and an Application Pack see Goodmoves.

Deadline for applications is 9am on Tuesday the 8th of December.

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.

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