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Closing Date for Face to Face Specialist Sexual Violence Support Workers.
5pm on Monday 5th February. Any applications received after this date and time will not be accepted.
All successful applicants for Face to Face Specialist Sexual Violence Support Worker role will be contacted by Friday 9th of February. If you have not heard from us by this time please assume that you have not been successful on this occasion. We read every application that we are sent and very much appreciate the time and effort that goes into completing an application. We have an enormous response and number of applications to our recruitment campaigns because of this we do not have the capacity to offer feedback to unsuccessful applicants. Please do not contact us for feedback we are a very busy service.
Closing Date for Helpline and Live Chat Specialist Sexual Violence Support Workers
Recruitment is currently closed for this role. We do have a rolling cycle of recruitment for this role so keep your eye out regularly.
All successful applicants for the Helpline and Live Chat role will be contacted within two working weeks of their application being received.
All successful applicants for will be invited to interview.
It is highly likely that you will be offered one interview date and time and we may not be able to offer flexibility with this.
You must be available for interview to progress with your application.
We will ensure that if you are successful you are given enough notice to give any current employers one months notice to leave.
For all roles you must be available to attend all of the required training we will supply these dates if you are successful at application.
See what Tori and Dannielle have had to say about working for us:
‘I have found working at LRC to be the most rewarding job I have ever had. Supporting survivors to feel good again, to heal and to help them realise their courage is inspiring. Working in an all female feminist staff team, (is the dream) where empathy, respect and non-judgment are celebrated, is motivating and energising; and essential in a role which might otherwise feel overwhelming. If I could sum up working here it would be “women empowering women’. - Tori
‘Lincolnshire Rape Crisis is an incredibly supportive and welcoming environment; working with like-minded and empowered women has been instrumental in my personal and professional growth. Working from the empowerment model and delivering support that is survivor led has shown to have an amazing impact on survivor’s lives. The internal training that is delivered is demonstrable in shaping your values and ethics whilst also constantly having the opportunity to absorb the knowledge and expertise of other team members. Working for LRC does not only make you part of a team but a valued member of an empowered group of women.’ - Dannielle