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Rape Crisis Northern Ireland

The Rape Crisis service for Northern Ireland is currently seeking to appoint a Manger who will be responsible for the continued development, co-ordination and delivery of the service. 

The post holder will ensure the growth and sustainability of the service through the provision of a professional, safe, high quality and culturally appropriate service for all victims/survivors of sexual violence. 


Role Description:

To be responsible for the management, development and co-ordination of the Northern Ireland Rape Crisis Service

Management of service delivery, including the provision of:

*  Services and support to survivors of sexual violence

*  Prevention and campaigning work

*  Work with Women’s Centres and other agencies to improve service responses to survivors of sexual violence

Provide sound financial planning and management, including funding applications to ensure sustainability of the service and delivery on agreed and future plans

Establish and develop NIRC’s role and reputation in the field of service provision for survivors

Prepare and implement annual business/operational plans and systems to effectively monitor and evaluate progress and standard of services

Ensure excellent working relationships and referral pathways, links and protocols with Women’s Centres, partner organisations, voluntary, statutory, health, criminal justice agencies and national organisations working to combat sexual violence.

Closing Date

Monday / 15 March 2021 5:00pm

Contact Details

Rape Crisis Northern Ireland

C/o Women's Support Network


109-113 Royal Avenue
United Kingdom


Rape Crisis Manager Job Desc & Spec Feb 2021.docx Rape Crisis Manager Application and Monitoring Form Feb 2021.docx Job Applicant Privacy Notice.docx

This post is funded by the Rosa UK Fund for Women and Girls - Justice and Equality Fund

This post is funded by the Rosa UK Fund for Women and Girls - Justice and Equality Fund