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37 hours per week, based in Oxford (flexible working will be considered, including job share)
Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre (OSARCC) is delighted to have secured funding through the Big Lottery Women and Girls Initiative.
This five-year funding will enable us to extend our specialist sexual violence services to reach younger women and girls across Oxfordshire. This will include support for those who have experienced sexual violence as well as preventative work to stop this violence from occurring.
Got a head for heights? Scared of heights but want to support OSARCC's work anyway? Then the OSARCC charity abseil is for you!
We're looking for people who are willing to get sponsored to abseil down the tower at St Mary Magdalen Church on Magdalen Street in Oxford on Saturday 21st May. You don't need any previous experience, just to be aged over 18, medically fit, and willing to try and raise funds for OSARCC.
We will be running a free multi-agency training day on responding to disclosures of sexual violence on Monday 21st March in Didcot.
We will be running a multi-agency training day on responding to disclosures of sexual violence on Monday 25th January in central Oxford.
The course covers the following topics:
OSARCC is recruiting 2 new Trustees
Voluntary role (with expenses)
These are the opening times for our telephone helpline over the Christmas period:
Sunday 20th December - OPEN, 6pm-8.30pm
Monday 21st December - OPEN, 6.30pm-9pm
Thursday 24th December - CLOSED
Friday 25th December - CLOSED
Sunday 27th December - OPEN, 6pm-8.30pm
Monday 28th Decemeber - OPEN, 6.30pm-9pm
Thursday 31st Decemver - CLOSED
Friday 1st January - CLOSED
Sunday 3rd January - OPEN, 6pm-8.30pm
We're delighted to have worked with Thames Valley Police, Rape Crisis (Wycombe, Chiltern & South Bucks), and Oxford University Students Union to create the #ConsentIsEverything campaign.
We are undertaking a survey of people who have used our helpline and email support services recently to help us find out more about our service users' experience of our support. This will help us improve our services and provide feedback to our funders. Your feedback is hugely important to us and we value what you have to say about our work.