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Vacancy: Rape Counselling & Resource Centre (Kilmarnock)

Part time Centre Manager – (28 hours/week)

Starting salary £28,000 per annum pro rata

Fixed term contract to March 2015

Summary

An experienced Manager is required to lead our small dedicated team. Experience of strategic change, fundraising and a thorough knowledge of issues relating to sexual violence is required, as is experience of volunteer management.

Role

The Rape Counselling and Resource Centre (RCRC) is a small, independent charity working to provide free confidential and non-judgemental support to women and girls in East Ayrshire who have experienced sexual violence at any time in their lives. Following recent restructuring to become a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, Rape Counselling & Resource Centre require an experienced Centre Manager who will play a crucial role in the redevelopment of the service.

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, your key responsibilities will include: working with the Board of Trustees to develop a 3 year strategic plan and accompanying fundraising strategy for the organisation; co-ordinating the ongoing work of the centre; managing and developing a volunteering recruitment  and supervising and supporting paid and unpaid staff.

Only women need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010

The selection process will include seeking PVG enhanced disclosure information

For more information and an application pack, contact Maureen Patterson 01563 544686 email: rcrc1@btconnect.com or by post to Rape Counselling & Resource Centre, PO Box 23 Kilmarnock KA1 1DP

Closing date: 12noon 6th September 2013 Interviews to be held on Monday 16th September

 
 

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