View current vacancies at Rape Crisis England & Wales and our member Rape Crisis Centres.
Rape Crisis England and Wales (RCEW)
Rape Crisis England and Wales are recruiting;
37 hrs per week (full time) - £31,000 - 35,000 per annum
Rape Crisis England & Wales is looking for a skilled, enthusiastic woman to join our small, vibrant team based in Leeds.
This is a new post focused on providing day-to-day oversight and management of the charity’s operations and projects.
We are a national umbrella charity, representing a movement of specialist Rape Crisis Centres, but previous experience of working at a national level is not a requirement for this role. Rape Crisis England & Wales values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from women of all backgrounds.
Closing date: 12 noon on Monday 8th June.
Interviews will be held remotely on Monday 15th June – please keep this date free as it will not be possible to offer an alternative interview date.
Vacancies at our member Rape Crisis Centres
Support After Rape And Sexual Violence Leeds (SARSVL)
SARSVL are recruiting;
35 hours a week (full time), £31,371 per annum
This is a varied and exciting role for the right candidate to bring along their own experience and ideas to help shape the future of SARSVL’s Counselling Service.
Closing Date - Extended Deadline: 12:00pm noon on Friday 12th June.
Interviews will be held remotely shortly after.
Kirklees & Calderdale Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre (KCRASAC)
KCRASAC are recruiting for two posts;
Children and Young Persons' ISVA:
37.5 hours a week (full time), £24,167 per annum
A ChISVA is an independent worker providing practical and emotional support to children and young people aged 5 years and over, who have experienced rape, sexual abuse or sexual exploitation at any time during their life. They provide emotional and practical support and liaise between the police, courts and other agencies, acting as an advocate for the child survivor.
Closing Date: Friday 5th of June 2020.
Children and Young People’s Counsellor:
21 hours, £24,174 - £26,556 per annum, pro rata
To deliver a counselling service to children and young people aged 5+ who have experienced sexual and domestic violence.
Closing Date: Friday 5th of June 2020.
Women & Girls Network (WGN)
WGN is recruiting;
Community Development Worker – Sexual Violence Services:
35 hours per week (full time) - Starting salary £28,000 per annum
The post is based in Shepherds Bush and involves travel across London.
Women and Girls Network (WGN) is looking for an experienced and dynamic practitioner to lead on developing a comprehensive community development and outreach strategy for our Rape Crisis Service.
This exciting role will develop relationships with local communities with an aim to raise awareness about sexual violence and workshops /groupwork and improve access to services.
Closing date: 10:00am on Monday 15th June 2020
Completed application forms should be emailed to: [email protected]
Somerset & Avon Rape & Sexual Abuse Support (SARSAS)
SARSAS are recruiting;
30 hours per week (part time) - £27000 per annum
We are seeking a Counselling Coordinator to support the effective delivery of our trauma informed counselling services to survivors of rape and sexual abuse, across Somerset, Bristol, South Glos, North Somerset and BANES, based in the Bristol or Taunton Hub.
Due to the nature of the role, applications are open to women only (exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1).
Closing date: Friday 19th June 2020
Suffolk Rape Crisis (SRC)
SRC are recruiting two posts, flexible working and job sharing will be considered;
Full–time, £32,640 per annum.
Working from either Ipswich or Bury St Edmunds offices (part time homeworking will be considered).
The Services Manager role is an exciting opportunity to join the leadership team of a specialist sexual violence service, delivered by and for women and girls. She will provide operational management of frontline services at SRC, providing leadership and expertise to a team delivering their specialist roles, including the counselling team and outreach service.
Closing date: 5.00pm on Sunday 21st June 2020.
Online Outreach Worker
Full time, £25,704 per annum
1 Year Fixed Term Contract, may be extended dependant on funding.
The Online Outreach worker is an exciting opportunity to join SRC’s outreach team, providing emotional and practical support to women survivors across Suffolk. This post will support the expansion of the service and will work to develop the team’s online support platforms and services. With an excellent understanding of delivering online services, engaging audiences on social media and the needs of diverse survivors, the Online Outreach Worker will provide life-changing and life-saving support to women across Suffolk when they need it most.
Closing date: 5:00pm on Sunday 21st June 2020.
Volunteering opportunities at our member Rape Crisis Centres
Women & Girls Network
Honorary Counsellors - (female applicants only)
Women and Girls Network (WGN) is a specialist organisation leading in developing and delivering innovative and effective services for women and girls who have experienced all forms of gender-based violence. We are seeking practitioners to join our outstanding therapeutic services and who will thrive in a multi-cultural feminist environment.
Honorary Counsellors gain valuable experience within London’s violence against women and girls sector and join a team of committed and passionate women supporting survivors and working hard to end gender-based violence. We are now accepting applications on a continuous basis, for placements which are currently anticipated to start in October / November 2020.
We provide regular one to one and group supervision, access to accredited training courses and a continuous professional development programme, subject to satisfactory references and DBS checks.
Closing date: 5.00pm - Wednesday 30th September 2020
If you are looking for voluntary work with a Rape Crisis Centre in your local area, you can use the find a centre link on our website to get in touch, (using the office number rather than the helpline) and find out what is available