Volunteer Psychological Support Workers Needed
Our team of Psychological Support Workers provide much needed advocacy and psychological support to survivors in the immediate aftermath of a sexual assault/ rape. This is a 24/7 call out service provided by Galway Rape Crisis Centre within the Galway Sexual Assault Treatment Unit.
Psychological Support Workers are on call 3 shifts per month and commit to a minimum of 2 years service. Please note that the role of the Psychological Support Worker is NOT a counselling role, but one of providing crucial advocacy and psychological support.
This service would not exist without the incredible Volunteers that give so freely of their valuable time. Would you like to work as part of our dynamic team whilst receiving excellent support and supervision?
Do you want to support survivors and make a difference?
Applications are now open for the next training for which dates are not yet available. Closing date for applications is January 31st 2020, 10 a.m.
Please see Information Pack (for download below) which contains lots of detail on the role and the recruitment process. If you have any questions after reading the pack, we can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org and will be delighted to be of help.
Once you are ready to apply, please use the application form (also for download below) and follow the instructions in the form as to how to apply. We look forward to hearing from you.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Bernadette Daly and Susanna SweeneyDownload your information pack here Download your application form here