Work for Victim Support Scotland
Victim Support Scotland and make a significant contribution to the lives of those affected by crime, at a time when they most need it.
A career with Victim Support Scotland can be both challenging and rewarding, as we support people who have been traumatised by crime to get back on their feet and move on with their lives.
Our work is all about putting victims and witnesses first, and we are looking for talented people who can rise to the challenge and help us to fulfil our mission.
Being part of the team at Victim Support Scotland means that you are joining a committed and dynamic workforce of staff members and volunteers within our offices, in the courts and in the community.
We are also keen to attract people who represent the diversity of Scotland’s population.
Benefits of working with Victim Support Scotland include:
- Competitive rates of pay
- Group pension scheme
- 25 days annual leave and 14 public holidays
- Enhanced company sick pay
- Enhanced maternity and adoption pay
- Employee assistance programme
- Learning and development programme
Working at Victim Support Scotland means that you have a great opportunity to increase your knowledge of Scotland’s criminal justice system. You will also have the chance to further develop your people and communications skills as you deal with a wide variety of people, from all walks of life.
We have a comprehensive programme of in-house training and development courses, and always encourage our staff to expand their skills and knowledge as ultimately this supports a productive and positive workforce. We therefore want colleagues who are curious to find out more about the breadth of our work across Scotland, our partners and the criminal justice system.
Best of luck in applying for a post at Victim Support Scotland!