This is a key role within Forth Valley Rape Crisis providing specific prevention and education services for the benefit of children, young people and learners participating in further and higher education. This role will involve delivering our Sexual Violence Prevention Programme which is available to all secondary schools and youth organisations across Forth Valley. This nationally developed programme aims to equip young people with a better understanding of sexual violence in order to negotiate healthy and respectful relationships. The programme offers a wide range of workshops which can be adapted to all year groups from S1 to S6, exploring topics such as gender, consent, sexual violence, sexualisation and social media among others.
The post holder will have a passion for working with young people, be organised, motivated and resilient. The role requires a strong commitment to anti-discriminatory and equalities work and must demonstrate experience and confidence in developing and delivering engaging sessions with young people.
If you have a strong empathy with this area of work; if you value integrity, compassion and teamwork; if you want to work in an inclusive and nurturing environment; if you have a feminist understanding of sexual violence and knowledge of the causes and impact then this could be the next career challenge for you.
We will endeavour to adhere to the timeline below but please be advised this may be subject to change. Applicants will be advised of any delays to the published timeline.
Closing Date & time: Monday 10th of October 12pm
Interviews: Mid October
If you believe you have the vision, skills and, above all, the personal qualities the post demands please send your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the closing date of Monday 10th of October 12pm.
PVG Disclosure will be required for this post. A full driving licence and access to transport required.
FVRCC strives to be an Equal Opportunities Employer and positively welcomes applications from all sections of the community. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. Women only need apply as these posts are exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1 – occupational requirement