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Fundraising & Communications Worker

  • Part time
  • £29,122 pro-rata
  • Inverness office
  • Closing 24th April 2023

  • Advertised from 29th March 2023
  • 21 hours per week. Fixed term (two-years), Extension of post contingent on funding.


RASASH is looking for a new Fundraising and Communications Worker to join our team.

Are you an experienced fundraiser, looking to make a real difference? Do you understand the value of great storytelling and enjoy connecting with people? Are you passionate about gender equality and ending sexual violence?

We have an amazing opportunity to join our team and play a key role in delivering vital services to survivors of sexual violence in Highland.

You will be responsible for raising money from a variety of revenue streams, with a particular focus on corporate and community fundraising. You will also help RASASH to deliver engaging communications to a wide range of audiences.

This is an exciting time to join RASASH as we further develop our service. The post is also new to RASASH, which provides an exciting opportunity to develop the role and its direction.

The Fundraising & Communications Worker has been created to raise the profile of RASASH and increase funding so that we can continue to deliver vital services to those affected by sexual violence in Highland.

The post-holder will seek to raise funds by coordinating events and engaging with local business and individual donors (approximately 70% of the worker’s time).

The worker will also run RASASH’s social media and website, developing content to support our organisational aims and values (approximately 30% of the role).

Application notes

Completed application forms should be sent to

Deadline to apply: 9am on Monday 24 April

Provisional interview dates: Friday 28 April (Inverness or by Zoom)

We want RASASH to reflect the communities we serve and welcome applications from a diverse range of candidates, in particular those underrepresented in the workforce. Please note only women need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010. A PVG Disclosure check will be required prior to commencing employment.

To support RASASH in our commitment to diversity and equality, we encourage applicants to complete our online Equal Opportunities form: Filling out the form is voluntary and any information you provide is confidential.

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