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All Face to Face appointments to stop...

Please Note:

We care for the health of our staff, volunteers and the women we work with so RASAC P&K will be closed to all face to face appointments from the 18 March. We are still available for all referrals, phone support, email support and text support. If you have any questions please give us a call on either 01738 626290 or the RASAC Helpline 01738 630965. We Listen, Believe and Support.

We are Hiring! Sexual Violence Prevention Worker

Sexual Violence Prevention Worker

35 hours per week, £27848 per annum

This post is currently funded until June 2022.

The Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre, Perth & Kinross are looking for a highly motivated and dynamic worker to join our team. A team player with youth work experience, the successful applicant will be involved in the delivery of sexual violence prevention workshops with young people age 12-24, addressing issues around sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, sexualisation, consent and healthy relationships. Experience in project development within a youth work model would be advantageous. A commitment to preventing sexual violence and an understanding of a gendered analysis of violence against women and girls is essential. Candidates need to be skilled in engaging pro-actively with all young people, including hard to reach groups. RASAC P&K welcome applications from black and minority ethnic women, LGBT women and women with disabilities. Please note, only women applicants will be considered (under Schedule 9 (Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010). Successful applicants will be subject to PVG.

To request an application pack by post or for further information please email recruitment@rasacpk.org.uk. Closing date for applications: Wednesday 9th June 2021 at 12noon.


RASAC P&K Multi Agency Online Visit

Our next Multi Agency visit is on June 30th 12noon - 1pm. Check out our poster for more information. For more information or to book your place please contact emily@rasacpk.org.uk

Up and coming Trauma Informed Training...

AIMS:

This online course aims to support practitioner understanding of the impact of trauma (with a focus on child sexual abuse and exploitation) on children, young people and adults.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

This session is aimed at frontline staff and managers in the public, private and third sectors across Perth & Kinross.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • By the end of the course, participants should:
  • Have better recognition and understanding of the short and long term impacts of trauma
  • Have increased awareness in identifying the immediate needs of trauma affected people
  • Have increased understanding of supporting individuals affected by trauma to safely disclose
  • Be more knowledgeable about the importance of encouraging and/or supporting people’s recovery following trauma
  • Have increased awareness of the needs of workers exposed to the details of trauma experienced by others.

WHEN:

  • 3rd June 2021 9.30 – 12pm
  • 29th June 2021 9.30 – 12pm
  • 19th August 2021 9.30 - 12pm
  • 26th August 2021 9.30 – 12pm
  • 17th November 2021 9.30 – 12pm
  • 20th Jan 2022 9.30 – 12pm

 

TO APPLY FOR A PLACE:

Email RASAC P&K – admin@rasacpk.org.uk

Visit the PKC Child Protection Learning and Development Page to find out about other available learning opportunities and courses.

Make a difference - Come Work with us - Advocacy Worker

Advocacy Worker

Currently funded until March 2022

Salary: 21 hours per week, £29894 (pro-rata)

The Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre Perth & Kinross are looking for an Advocacy Worker to join our Support Services team. Part of the National Rape Crisis Advocacy Project, this role will provide specialist support and advocacy for survivors age 16+ who are considering reporting to police, or who are already engaged in the criminal justice system following a sexual crime. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and will work with a range of stakeholders. Experience of providing support and/or advocacy to individuals affected by trauma is essential, alongside a commitment to working within a gendered analysis of Violence Against Women. RASAC P&Kwelcome applications from black and minority ethnic women, LGBT women and women with disabilities. We require female applicants only and are exempt under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010. Successful applicants subject to PVG.

To request an application pack please email recruitment@rasacpk.org.uk.

Closing date for applications: Friday 14th May 2021 at 12noon

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RASAC Newsletter Nov 2020

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Down load our Newsletter or see the digital version on Sway... https://sway.office.com/OWv8EQAnmbWJfCJR?ref=Link

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Up and coming Trauma Informed Training...

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Make a difference - Come Work with us - Advocacy WorkerMay 3: Providing specialist support and advocacy for survivors who are considering reporting to police, or who are already engaged in the criminal justice system following a sexual crime.

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