Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre P & K (RASAC)

Charity registered in Scotland SC037982

To support women, young women and girls who have experienced rape and/or sexual abuse at any time in their lives.


Current opportunities

We are looking for volunteers who have an interest in supporting an organisation which works with survivors of sexual violence. If you feel you have skills and qualities that could support RASAC P&K service delivery, you may be able to both give and receive considerable experience. This role will involve providing support to survivors face to face, through the Helpline and in support groups • We require female applicants only and are exempt under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for volunteers who have an interest in supporting an organisation which works with survivors of sexual violence. Befriending volunteers provide social support to survivors to build their confidence by encouraging the survivor to get out and about to rediscover interests, make new friends & social connections. Befriending at RASAC P&K provides a space where survivors can empower themselves, improve good mental wellbeing, and build confidence and self-esteem through social interaction and developing skills. We require female applicants only and are exempt under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

We are looking for Board directors who can assist in feminist strategic direction of an organisation which works with survivors of sexual violence. The Board of Directors takes on the ultimate legal and financial responsibility for all the activities of the organisation. They maintain an overview of policy and strategic direction rather than being involved in day-to-day operations. This role would include: • Being committed to the vision, mission and values of the organisation. • Providing feminist strategic direction, including agreeing and monitoring strategic plans. • Keeping informed of the activities of the organisation and the wider issues that affect its work. • Ensuring the work of the organisation is monitored and evaluated. • Embedding the Rape Crisis Scotland Feminist Governance model. We require female applicants only and are exempt under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.