The Women’s Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre – Dundee and Angus (WRASAC) has been supporting survivors of rape, sexual abuse and exploitation and raising awareness about the damaging effects of sexual violence since 1984. We are a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee.
WRASAC has a dynamic and growing team of staff and volunteers and an annual income of just under £600,000 per year from a diverse range of funders. We are currently recruiting for the new position of Deputy Manager, who will lead the operational team ensuring we deliver the best quality service possible..
The successful candidate will have a least 2 years experience of managing staff in formal or informal settings as well as experience of managing direct support services, the successful candidate will have experience of working within the violence against women sector . They will have a collaborative management style, excellent interpersonal skills and an understanding and commitment to a feminist analysis of gender based violence.
We offer a competitive salary, excellent terms and conditions and the opportunity to gain invaluable skills and experience.
Responsible to: Chair of WRASAC Board of Trustees
Salary: £31,723 moving to £33,432 following satisfactory completion of probation
Hours: 35 hours per week
Holiday Entitlement: 33 Days plus 5 Public Holidays (rising to 36 Days after 3 years’ service)
Pension: Employer contribution at 6% to pension fund.
Closing Date: 12pm Tuesday 17th March 2020
Please note that we do not accept CVs. The full application form should be completed and emailed to email@example.com. Only successful applicants will be contacted.
WRASAC is a well-established charity providing specialist trauma informed support to survivors of sexual violence, abuse and exploitation across Dundee and Angus. We are looking to recruit:
- Treasurer to the Board
We have been through an exciting period of innovative change that has, for example, seen the development of new services, including our Dundee and Angus Young Survivors (DAYS) project that is open to all young survivors aged 11-18, regardless of their gender.
As a Trustee we feel sure that you will find it both a rewarding and enjoyable experience. We are particularly keen to hear from people who have the following experience:
- Financial Management
- Public Relations / Marketing
- Charity Law
We would also welcome applications from people with a background in accountancy who would be interested in the role of Treasurer to the Board.
Ideal applicants will have proven experience at Executive or Board level and have an interest in both the charity sector and the future direction of palliative care – becoming a member of our Board of Trustees will provide you with an opportunity to share your skill base and make a valuable contribution to our strategic plans and direction.