Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis
Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis

Charity registered in Scotland SC006595

Since 1976 the Glasgow & Clyde Rape Crisis Centre has been providing free and confidential support to women and girls who have been raped, sexually assaulted or sexually abused, no matter when this has happened in their lives. For as long as the Glasgow & Clyde Rape Crisis Centre exists, we will be committed to providing services for women and girls and challenging the attitudes that support and condone male violence against women. We support women whether or not they have reported the incident to the police. We are based in Glasgow but also offer services to women in Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, East Dunbartonshire, West Dunbartonshire and Inverclyde. GCRCC knows that women and girls of all ages and backgrounds experience rape and sexual assault, and it can happen at any time in their lives. Because this is usually perpetrated by men they know, women and girls often don’t report due to fear, shame or the feeling that they will be blamed or not believed.

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Advocacy Worker

  • Full time
  • £27,033 – £29,445
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 18th April 2021

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally and are part of the national network of rape crisis services across Scotland. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds and trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services across prevention and education, as well as core services, and advocacy to enable women to be supported through the criminal justice system, and to navigate available services.

We are currently in a period of exciting change and growth in the organisation, and are looking to recruit 2 Support Workers, as well as identify candidates who could form part of a waiting list for future opportunities later in the year. Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement at Section 9, Part I of the Equality Act 2010.

The posts are for a fixed term until September 2021, but we are hoping that the posts will be able to be extended beyond this date, subject to satisfactory performance in post and if funding becomes available.

We are looking for women with a commitment to our values and who have the right skills and aptitudes to fit into the organisation. Whilst experience of delivering services to those who have experienced sexual violence is desirable, this is not essential as training will be given. What matters is a real commitment to supporting women, and to creating relationships that enable women to survive abuse, and lead fulfilling lives. We are particularly interested in women who have experience in mental health, advocacy, homelessness, substance use or criminal justice services but are looking to bring their experience into a new field.

The posts are Glasgow based in our city centre premises, but some staff are currently working from home some or all of the time. The expectation is that a return to full office-based working will be achieved as Covid restrictions are eased. Some travel around the City of Glasgow and surrounding local authority areas might be necessary. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced disclosure check before working for us.

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Support Worker

  • Full time
  • £27,033 – £29,445
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 18th April 2021

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally and are part of the national network of rape crisis services across Scotland. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds and trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services across prevention and education, as well as core services, and advocacy to enable women to be supported through the criminal justice system, and to navigate available services.

We are currently in a period of exciting change and growth in the organisation, and are looking to recruit 2 Support Workers, as well as identify candidates who could form part of a waiting list for future opportunities later in the year. Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement at Section 9, Part I of the Equality Act 2010.

The posts are for a fixed term until September 2021, but we are hoping that the posts will be able to be extended beyond this date, subject to satisfactory performance in post and if funding becomes available.

We are looking for women with a commitment to our values and who have the right skills and aptitudes to fit into the organisation. Whilst experience of delivering services to those who have experienced sexual violence is desirable, this is not essential as training will be given. What matters is a real commitment to supporting women, and to creating relationships that enable women to survive abuse, and lead fulfilling lives. We are particularly interested in women who have experience in mental health, advocacy, homelessness, substance use or criminal justice services but are looking to bring their experience into a new field.

The posts are Glasgow based in our city centre premises, but some staff are currently working from home some or all of the time. The expectation is that a return to full office-based working will be achieved as Covid restrictions are eased. Some travel around the City of Glasgow and surrounding local authority areas might be necessary. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced disclosure check before working for us.

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Top job! Director

  • Full time
  • £45,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 10th June 2021

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We are part of a national network of rape crisis centres, and connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally to both deliver services, and to influence policy and practice in this area. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds as well as to a lesser extent some trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services including prevention and education work. We have specific programmes for BAME women, and also provide support for women as they engage in the criminal justice system.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the organisation as its Director, to lead the organisation in its next period of change and transformation, necessitated by our learning from the pandemic, and the conclusions of an organisational review last year. Following the retirement of our Centre Manager, we have had the benefit of some interim leadership support to begin to reset our strategy, and our approach to services. We are now looking to appoint the permanent and substantive post of Director to lead the organisation in its next exciting phase of development.

Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for a leader who can fully articulate our values, and our fundamental belief that violence against women and girls has at its root, the unjust imbalance of power between men and women, and that this reflects deep rooted and structural inequality in our society.

The successful candidate will have experience of leading an organisation where standards of care, and person-centred approaches are paramount. You will be an exceptional relationship builder and be able to attract funding and develop partnerships that will sustain Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis. As a leader, you will have experience of building teams, and supporting change, with a leadership style that promotes empowerment, and values the contribution of others.

The post is Glasgow based in our city centre premises, but some staff are currently working from home, some or all of the time. The expectation is that a return to full office-based working will be achieved as Covid restrictions are eased. Some travel around the City of Glasgow and surrounding local authority areas might be necessary. We welcome applications from people looking to work flexibly in respect of location and working pattern. We will actively support applications from those wishing to job share. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure before they can work for us.

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2 x Triage Support Workers

  • Full time
  • £27,033 – £29,445
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 18th June 2021

Glasgow & Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally and are part of the national network of rape crisis services across Scotland. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds and trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services across prevention and education, as well as core services, and advocacy to enable women to be supported through the criminal justice system, and to navigate available services.

We are currently in a period of exciting change and growth in the organisation, and are looking to recruit 2 Triage Support Workers funded by the National Lottery Community Fund as well as identify candidates who could form part of a waiting list for future opportunities later in the year.

Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for women with a commitment to our values and who have the right skills and aptitudes to fit into the organisation. Whilst experience of delivering services to those who have experienced sexual violence is desirable, this is not essential as training will be given. What matters is a real commitment to supporting women, and to creating relationships that enable women to survive abuse, and lead fulfilling lives. We are particularly interested in women who have experience in mental health, advocacy, homelessness, substance use or criminal justice services but are looking to bring their experience into a new field.

The posts are Glasgow based in our city centre premises, but some staff are currently working from home some or all of the time. The expectation is that a return to full office-based working will be achieved as Covid restrictions are eased. Some travel around the City of Glasgow and surrounding local authority areas will be necessary. Membership of Disclosure Scotland will be required to work for us.

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Administration Officer

  • Full time
  • £18,354
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 18th June 2021

Glasgow & Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally and are part of the national network of rape crisis services across Scotland. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds and trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services across prevention and education, as well as core services, and advocacy to enable women to be supported through the criminal justice system, and to navigate available services.

We are currently in a period of exciting change and growth in the organisation, and are looking to recruit an Administration Officer as well as identify candidates who could form part of a waiting list for future opportunities later in the year.

Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for women with a commitment to our values and who have the right skills and aptitudes to fit into the organisation. Whilst experience of delivering services to those who have experienced sexual violence is desirable, this is not essential as training will be given. What matters is a real commitment to supporting women, and to creating relationships that enable women to survive abuse, and lead fulfilling lives. We are particularly interested in women who have experience in mental health, advocacy, homelessness, substance use or criminal justice services but are looking to bring their experience into a new field.

The post is Glasgow based in our city centre premises, but some staff are currently working from home some or all of the time. The expectation is that a return to full office-based working will be achieved as Covid restrictions are eased. Some travel around the City of Glasgow and surrounding local authority areas will be necessary. Membership of Disclosure Scotland will be required to work for us.

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Access & Development Assistant

  • Part time
  • £18,354 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 18th June 2021

Glasgow & Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally and are part of the national network of rape crisis services across Scotland. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds and trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services across prevention and education, as well as core services, and advocacy to enable women to be supported through the criminal justice system, and to navigate available services.

We are currently in a period of exciting change and growth in the organisation, and are looking to recruit an Access & Development Assistant as well as identify candidates who could form part of a waiting list for future opportunities later in the year.

Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for women with a commitment to our values and who have the right skills and aptitudes to fit into the organisation. Whilst experience of delivering services to those who have experienced sexual violence is desirable, this is not essential as training will be given. What matters is a real commitment to supporting women, and to creating relationships that enable women to survive abuse, and lead fulfilling lives. We are particularly interested in women who have experience in mental health, advocacy, homelessness, substance use or criminal justice services but are looking to bring their experience into a new field.

The post is Glasgow based in our city centre premises, but some staff are currently working from home some or all of the time. The expectation is that a return to full office-based working will be achieved as Covid restrictions are eased. Some travel around the City of Glasgow and surrounding local authority areas will be necessary. Membership of Disclosure Scotland will be required to work for us.

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Board Members

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 27th August 2021

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We are part of a national network of rape crisis centres and connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally to both deliver services, and to influence policy and practice in this area. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds and, to a lesser extent, some trusts and grants.

We believe in a gendered definition of violence against women and girls, this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. As well as our core support project, and helpline, the charity delivers a range of discrete services including prevention and education work. We have specific programmes for BAME women, and also provide support for women as they engage in the criminal justice system.

We are currently recruiting new Board Members.

We are an ambitious, forward-thinking organisation and our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for Board Members with a range of skills who can fully articulate our values, and our fundamental belief that violence against women and girls has at its root, the unjust imbalance of power between men and women, and that this reflects deep rooted and structural inequality in our society.

To support us in achieving our ambitions and as part of our focus on succession planning, we are now looking for enthusiastic and committed women, who share our passion for the community, to join our Board.

As a Board member at GCRC you will be part of a team that is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the organisation together with ultimate control of corporate governance and financial management. In this role you will also help shape the future of the services we provide for survivors. The Board works closely with the Director and the senior management team in setting and achieving the organisations aims and objectives.

This is a great time to join our Board in its next period of change and transformation, necessitated by the learning from the pandemic, and the conclusions of an organisational review last year. You will join us at a time when we have just recruited a new Director and have had the benefit of some interim leadership support, we are now working to reset our strategy, and our approach to services.

The role offers you the opportunity to lead on the strategic direction of a growing organisation, playing a key role in delivering high quality services to survivors, defining goals and targets, and working with our team to scrutinise our performance.

We would welcome applications from women who have skills and knowledge in one or more of the following:

• share our values and the values of the Women’s sector.

• have a genuine commitment to strengthening our local communities.

• have specific experience of finance, health and safety, politics and public policy in Scotland, digital services, strategy development, experience of Human Resources or PR.

• have the confidence and ability to question and challenge effectively.

• have a good understanding of governance and the roles and responsibilities of being a board member.

Board members learn new skills around governance, finance, and strategic planning. Being a Board member can be a rewarding and enriching experience. This role will provide you with the opportunity for personal and professional development. At GCRC, you will learn about the wide range of activities undertaken within a progressive, service focused organisation operating within the Women’s sector, and you will be able to use and develop a wide range of skills, knowledge, and experience.

This is a voluntary unpaid position however appropriate expenses can be paid in line with our Expenses Policy. In terms of time commitment, you would be expected to prepare for, attend and contribute to Board meetings (held Six times a year); ad-hoc sub committees/meetings; have the option to attend an annual Group Strategy event and take part in training sessions. We value commitment and experience as much as qualifications and all Board members will receive a comprehensive induction together with ongoing training and support to assist them with this challenging and rewarding role. Board meetings are currently conducted remotely using Zoom.

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Access & Development Worker

  • Full time
  • £27,033 – £29,445
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 9th August 2021

Glasgow & Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally and are part of the national network of rape crisis services across Scotland. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds and trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services across prevention and education, as well as core services, and advocacy to enable women to be supported through the criminal justice system, and to navigate available services.

We are currently in a period of exciting change and growth in the organisation, and are looking to recruit an Access & Development Worker as well as identify candidates who could form part of a waiting list for future opportunities later in the year.

Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for women with a commitment to our values and who have the right skills and aptitudes to fit into the organisation. Whilst experience of delivering services to those who have experienced sexual violence is desirable, this is not essential as training will be given. What matters is a real commitment to supporting women, and to creating relationships that enable women to survive abuse, and lead fulfilling lives. We are particularly interested in women who have experience in mental health, advocacy, homelessness, substance use or criminal justice services but are looking to bring their experience into a new field.

The post is Glasgow based in our city centre premises, but some staff are currently working from home some or all of the time. The expectation is that a return to full office-based working will be achieved as Covid restrictions are eased. Some travel around the City of Glasgow and surrounding local authority areas will be necessary. Membership of Disclosure Scotland will be required to work for us.

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Top job! Head of Operations (Deputy Director)

  • Full time
  • £40,308 – £42,240
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th September 2021

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We are part of a national network of rape crisis centres, and connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally to both deliver services, and to influence policy and practice in this area. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds as well as to a lesser extent some trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services including prevention and education work. We have specific programmes for BAME women, and also provide support for women as they engage in the criminal justice system.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the organisation as its Head of Operations (Deputy Director), to lead the organisation in its next period of change and transformation, necessitated by the learning from our pandemic, and the conclusions of an organisational review last year. Following the appointment of our new Director, Claudia Macdonald in August 2021, this new role will support her and the management team and is a key senior position in the organisation’s next phase.

Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for a leader that can fully articulate our values, and our fundamental belief that violence against women and girls has at its root, the unjust imbalance of power between men and women, and that this reflects deep rooted and structural inequality in our society.

The successful candidate will have experience of leading an organisation where standards of care, and person-centred approaches are paramount. You will be an exceptional relationship builder and be able to attract funding and partnerships that align with those of Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis. As a leader, you will have experience of building teams, and supporting change, with a leadership style that promotes empowerment, and recognises the contribution of others.

The post is Glasgow based in our city centre premises, but some staff are currently working from home some or all of the time. The expectation is that a return to full office-based working will be achieved as Covid restrictions are eased. Some travel around the City of Glasgow and surrounding local authority areas might be necessary. We welcome applications from people looking to work flexibly in respect of location and working pattern. We will actively support applications from those wishing to job share. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure before they can work for us.

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Support Worker (CORE) x 2 posts

  • Part time
  • £27,033 – £29,445 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 15th October 2021

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We are part of a national network of rape crisis centres and connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally to both deliver services, and to influence policy and practice in this area. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds as well as to a lesser extent some trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services including prevention and education work. We have specific programmes for BAME women, and also provide support for women as they engage in the criminal justice system.

Several exciting opportunities have arisen to join the organisation.

Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for Workers that can fully demonstrate our values, and our fundamental belief that violence against women and girls has at its root, the unjust imbalance of power between men and women, and that this reflects deep rooted and structural inequality in our society.

We welcome applications from people looking to work flexibly in respect of location and working pattern. We will actively support applications from those wishing to job share. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure before they can work for us.

About this role

This is a key role in Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis Centre’s Core service that provides specific support services to girls and women. The role requires a strong commitment to anti-discriminatory and equalities work and must demonstrate experience of working directly with girls and women. The post holder will be comfortable and confident in representing the service externally across agencies. Experience and understanding of working within an organisation that operates within a feminist, equalities and human rights framework is preferable for this role. Joining an already established team, this role will work to the Team Leader for the Project, whilst also being accountable for maintaining and applying the values, principles and competences for the role to the Director of the Centre. This role is possible due to funding received from Delivering Equally Safe.

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Support and Advocacy Worker (BME Community)

  • Part time
  • £27,033 – £29,445 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 15th October 2021

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We are part of a national network of rape crisis centres and connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally to both deliver services, and to influence policy and practice in this area. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds as well as to a lesser extent some trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services including prevention and education work. We have specific programmes for BAME women, and also provide support for women as they engage in the criminal justice system.

Several exciting opportunities have arisen to join the organisation.

Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for Workers that can fully demonstrate our values, and our fundamental belief that violence against women and girls has at its root, the unjust imbalance of power between men and women, and that this reflects deep rooted and structural inequality in our society.

We welcome applications from people looking to work flexibly in respect of location and working pattern. We will actively support applications from those wishing to job share. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure before they can work for us.

About this role

This is a key role in Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis Centre’s service that provides specific support and development services to girls and women from Black and Ethnic Minority Communities. The role requires a strong commitment to anti-discriminatory and equalities work and must demonstrate experience of working directly with girls and women from BME communities. The post holder will be comfortable and confident in representing the service externally across agencies as well as at community level. Experience and understanding of working within an organisation that operates within a feminist, equalities and human rights framework is preferable for this role. Joining an already established team, this role will work to the Team Leader for the Project, whilst also being accountable for maintaining and applying the values, principles and competences for the role to the Director of the Centre.

This role is possible due to funding received from Delivering Equally Safe.

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Prevention Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £27,033 – £29,445
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 15th October 2021

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives. We are part of a national network of rape crisis centres and connect with a range of partnerships locally and nationally to both deliver services, and to influence policy and practice in this area. Our funding comes from a range of central and local government funds as well as to a lesser extent some trusts and grants.

We have a gendered definition of all forms of violence against women and girls and this is reflected in our work and in all our policies and protocols. The charity delivers a range of discrete services including prevention and education work. We have specific programmes for BAME women, and also provide support for women as they engage in the criminal justice system.

Several exciting opportunities have arisen to join the organisation.

Our posts are open to women only applicants as we are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for Workers that can fully demonstrate our values, and our fundamental belief that violence against women and girls has at its root, the unjust imbalance of power between men and women, and that this reflects deep rooted and structural inequality in our society.

We welcome applications from people looking to work flexibly in respect of location and working pattern. We will actively support applications from those wishing to job share. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure before they can work for us.

About this role

This is a key role in Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis Centre’s Rosey service that provides specific prevention and education services for the benefit of children, young people and learners participating in further and higher education.

The role requires a strong commitment to anti-discriminatory and equalities work and must demonstrate experience and confidence in developing, delivering and evaluating innovative and engaging events with a range of diverse participants. The post holder will be capable in representing the service externally across agencies and representing GCRC in relevant networks, forums and working groups. Experience and understanding of working within an organisation that operates within a feminist, equalities and human rights framework is preferable for this role. Joining an already established team, this role will work to the Team Leader for the Project, whilst also being accountable for maintaining and applying the values, principles and competences for the role to the Director of the Centre.

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