RASASC NW is an established specialist agency, working in the voluntary sector providing a counselling service, advocacy and support to survivors of sexual violence.

When you join RASASC NW you join a team of diverse, dedicated, skilled and experienced people with a passion for providing the best service and advocacy for victims and survivors of sexual abuse. We are a close-knit team who challenge and support each other to make sure we are doing things right and doing the right things.
We have excellent benefits and support in place and will provide you with the training and development you need to excel.
We shortlist job candidates solely on the basis of demonstrated qualifications, skills and experience relevant for the role.

However please note that due to the nature of our work with our clients, for some roles we only are able to consider applications from female applicants.

Gender equality
RASASC NW recruits female volunteers and staff for certain roles who will be working with survivors of sexual violence under the Equality Act, 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1, Paragraph 1.

RASASC NW Lead Clinician Post/Clinical Co-ordinator Post

Due to the increasing demand for our services, we are looking to appoint an experienced Lead Clinician to be one of the designated safeguarding leads for the organisation and provide clinical support, training and guidance to our team of counsellors, supervisors and support workers.

This role will help us continue to provide safe, ethical and timely services for all our clients, by working closely with our counsellors, staff and support workers in one-to-one, group and ad hoc meetings. This role will also be responsible for monitoring and applying internal governance policies and procedures, undertaking regular caseload audits and providing training and guidance, where necessary, for staff, partners, commissioners and referring agencies. This role will support the recruitment, management, supervision and development of counsellors, supervisors and support workers. The successful candidate will also work alongside the Operations Manager to provide first contact support to clients and contribute to the successful running of back office functions.

Recent sectoral changes and developments from public sector funders have resulted in increased demands on the organisation to work with external partners and stakeholders. This is expected to continue for the next few years and RASASCNW needs further capacity to meet this need. The Lead Clinician will be expected to represent RASASCNW at external partnership and stakeholders meetings and training events. The Lead Clinician will report directly to the Chief Executive and will work alongside the RASASCNW team.

We are the only specialist provider in North Wales providing counselling and support to all survivors of sexual violence of all ages and gender, whether they were subjected to violence recently or in the past, whether as an adult or a child. We value hard working individuals who are committed to providing excellent services for survivors of sexual abuse.

Clinical Lead Co-ordinator Advert

Clinical Lead Job Description and Person Specification

RASASC application form Lead Clinician

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