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Trust House Lancashire is looking for a Counselling and Clinical Lead

Hours: 35 hours per week until 31st March 2017, and 21 hours per week from 1st April 2017.

Salary: £29 496 per annum (pro rata for part-time hours)
Trust House Lancashire is a Rape and Sexual Assault Support Centre and provides a range of specialist services for men, women and children from aged 4 years, and affected by rape or sexual abuse. The service provides Independent Sexual Violence Advisor Support, counselling and therapeutic services for Adults, Children and Young People. We also have a Parent Peer Support Group, a Creative Wellbeing Group and a Women’s Running Group. Trust House Lancashire also deliver a comprehensive training package for other professionals.

We’re looking for a Counselling and Clinical Lead who can co-ordinate and develop, across Lancashire, our adult and children’s counselling and therapeutic provision for women, men and children affected by rape or sexual abuse, whether recent or non-recent. The role will be based at our centre in Preston and the post-holder will need to be able to travel county wide.

Our Counselling Lead will work closely with the Service Manager to lead, co-ordinate and develop counselling and therapeutic services to individuals who have experienced sexual abuse or assault. They will develop and co-ordinate this aspect of our service, working alongside other team members. This role will be a job share from 1st April so will mean particularly close team working with our current Children and Young People’s Clinical Lead. They will also support and supervise volunteer counsellors and therapists.

The Survivor’s Trust ensures safe recruitment processes and all successful job applicants are required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

For an application pack please email [email protected]
Or call on 01788 550554

CV’s will not be accepted

Closing Date: 12pm Thursday 2nd February

Interview Date: Wednesday 8th February


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Trust House Lancashire is looking for an
Administrator and Development Worker
Hours: 35 hours per week worked over 5 days
Salary: £17 372 per annum
1 year contract, dependent on further funding.

Trust House Lancashire provides specialist support to men, women and children affected by rape and sexual abuse.
This post is a fantastic opportunity to be involved in contributing to the growth and development of our service. We provide specialist sexual violence counselling, advocacy support, group support and we contribute to a National Support-line in partnership with other services. We also offer training to other professionals in the region to increase their capacity to work with victims of sexual violence more effectively.

We are looking to recruit an Office Administrator who will also have an important role in our service development. The Administrator and Development Worker will support the Service Manager, develop our social media presence and lead the development of administration and office processes to support a growing team of staff in a busy office and client environment.

The Survivors Trust ensures safe recruitment processes and successful applicants will be required to have an enhanced DBS check

For an application pack please email [email protected]
Or call on 01788 550554

CV’s will not be accepted

Closing Date: 5pm Wednesday 1st February

Interview Date: Tuesday 7th February


Volunteer Opportunities at Respond (London)

Volunteers for our Circles of Support & Accountability (CoSA) project
A new and innovative community-based initiative to support young people with learning disabilities who have sexually harmful behaviours. For more details and to find out how you can get involved click here

Volunteer Therapists
Each year we have a small number of placements available for therapists who have completed at least one year’s therapy training. In return for your commitment we offer a comprehensive range of training and supervision. If you are interested in working therapeutically with people with learning disabilities please click here

We are looking for someone to help us raise funds for to our charity. Are you a good communicator? Confident in speaking to lots of different kinds of people? Able to explain ideas simply and persuasively? Are you committed to making a lasting difference to vulnerable people’s lives? If so click here

Marketing Internships
Are you a Marketing Graduate and looking for an internship in the voluntary sector? If so Respond could be the organisation for you. Are you are interested in a placement with us? If so please click here


Support Team Volunteers at NAPAC (National Association for People Abused in Childhood) – London

NAPAC is now accepting applications for Support Team Volunteers. They are seeking people who are interested in giving 3-4 hours a week to join the NAPAC Support Team who run the NAPAC support line and other support services. Potential volunteers will need to be able to easily travel in to the new NAPAC offices which are near Oval tube station.

The role of Support Team Volunteers

The Support Team Volunteers are the ‘service’ that NAPAC offers. Their role is to answer the NAPAC support line, and provide other support services, to men and women who have experienced any type of abuse during childhood. The role of the Support Team Volunteers includes:

  • To listen and understand in a non-judgemental, objective way.
  • To acknowledge that abuse will bring up various emotions for callers – and to normalise these.
  • To signpost onto other organisations where callers are looking for further support.
  • To support callers as they explore their circumstances during the call.
  • To explore possible options that callers may take – empowering them to make their own choices, enabling them to move forward.

For more information and application details.


NAPAC (National Association for People Abused in Childhood) – London


NAPAC is seeking an experienced fundraiser. The post will either be full-time or part time and  salary is negotiable depending on experience and track record.
We have funding for the post for 2 years and hope to appoint someone as soon as possible.
They will need to make an immediate impact and be as passionate as we are about this work.
If you have that experience, are willing to join a hard-working and dedicated team in our London office then contact Peter Saunders, Chief Executive.
Email: [email protected] Telephone: 020 3176 0560. 



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