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Staff Vacancies

 

ISVA - Independent Sexual Violence Adviser

CARA is looking for a full-time ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Adviser) to join our team to provide emotional and practical support and information to victims and survivors of sexual violence who have reported to the police, or are considering reporting to the police. 

For a Role Description, click here.

For an Application Form, click here.

Application deadline:  Wednesday 6th February 2019 – 12 noon.

Interviews:  Wednesday 13th February 2019

Mandatory Specialist Training Dates:  Tuesday 26th March, Wednesday 27th March, Tuesday 2nd April and Wednesday 3rd April.

This post is restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.

 

Sessional Vacancies

 

Clacton Sessional Counsellor

CARA is looking for a Sessional Counsellor to join our team, specifically working in our Clacton office on Thursday and/or Friday evenings and weekends. The Sessional Counsellor will provide specialist support to victims and survivors of any kind of sexual violence.

For a Role Description, click here.

For an Application Form, click here.

Application deadline:  Tuesday 19th February 2019 – 12 noon.

Mandatory Specialist Training Dates:  Tuesday 26th March, Wednesday 27th March, Tuesday 2nd April and Wednesday 3rd April.

This post is restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.

 

Volunteer Vacancies

 

Advocacy Volunteer

CARA is looking for an Advocacy Volunteer to support our Advocacy Co-ordinator in providing advocacy support to victims and survivors of any kind of sexual violence.

For a Role Description, click here.

For an Application Form, click here.

Mandatory Specialist Training Dates:  Tuesday 26th March, Wednesday 27th March, Tuesday 2nd April and Wednesday 3rd April.

This post is restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.

 

Trustee Vacancies

 

CARA is looking for female Trustees to join our Board.    As a Board member, you will have an opportunity to be actively involved in the running of a forward-thinking and fast-developing feminist charity.  Our Board of trustees provide strategic direction and governance to CARA, supporting the management team and overseeing all aspects of our work.  CARA’s Board of Trustees are also registered as our directors for the purposes of company law. 

 

For a Role Description, click here

For an application form, click here

 

This post is restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.

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