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Make a difference to people in crisis by volunteering on our Helpline

31/07/2017

Are you interested in helping to support people that have experienced rape or sexual abuse? You can volunteer on our Helpline to provide free, and confidential, support to survivors of rape and sexual abuse at SRASAC (Sheffield Rape and Abuse Centre)

This is an office based role, where you can provide telephone support and information to callers on our helpline. As a Helpline Volunteer you will receive training to equip you to support callers to the Helpline, ongoing support, and be part of a supportive team and environment.

To volunteer in this role you must be over 18, and it is an occupational requirement that all post holders are female, in line with the Equality Act 2010, schedule 9, part 1 and paragraph 1.

We are having an open day for potential volunteers where you can meet some of the team, have an introduction to SRASAC, an explanation of how our Helpline work and information on the training and support we provide. Our open day is on Tuesday 5th September from 12.15pm - 1.15pm in Room G42 of the Town Hall, Pinstone Street, Sheffield.  Please call or email us using the details below to confirm your attendance. It is not a compulsory requirement that you attend the open day before applying to become a Volunteer.

To apply to be a Helpline Volunteer, and look at our role description, please click here.

You can email info@sheffieldrapecrisis.org.uk or call 0114 241 2766 to confirm you attendance at our open day, find out more information about the role, and also the work SRASAC does.

http://www.sheffieldrapecrisis.org.uk/


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