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Vacancy - Rape Crisis Centre, Glasgow

Support and Development Worker

Part time, fixed term contract 1 year

Salary scale - AP5 point 1 (£26,502) pro rata for 20 hours per week

The Rape Crisis Centre in Glasgow is recruiting a part time Support and Development Worker. This worker will provide support to women from BME communities across Glasgow who are survivors of sexual violence.

The worker will be based at the organisation’s office in Glasgow city centre but will be expected to work at other venues as required. Applicants should have at least two years’ experience of working with survivors of sexual violence and will also have experience of working with women from minority ethnic communities.

For full details of the post and an application pack, please contact:

Isabelle Kerr
Centre Manager
Rape Crisis Centre
5th Floor
30 Bell Street
Glasgow G1 1LG

Telephone: 0141 552 3201

Email: isabelle@rapecrisiscentre-glasgow.co.uk for an electronic version of the application pack.

The closing date for completed applications will be Friday 7th June 2013

Interviews will be held week commencing Monday 24th June 2013 – exact date to be confirmed. Only applicants invited for interview will be contacted.

This post requires a female applicant and is exempt under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010. The successful applicant will be subject to enhanced disclosure.

This is a one year fixed term post.

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