Survive helps survivors of rape, sexual assault or child sexual abuse rebuild their lives, relationships and reach their potential by delivering specialist services.
Survive started in York in 1990 as a survivor-led support group for women who had experienced Child Sexual Abuse. They found comfort and solace in talking to others who had the shared experience of Child Sexual Abuse. Over three decades later and Survive now offers 1-1 support work, counselling and trauma therapy in York and across North Yorkshire to any adult survivor (including male survivors) of any sexual violence including rape, sexual assault or Child Sexual Abuse.
- Survive also operates a helpline for those affected directly or indirectly by sexual violence and has a small library of self-help books covering a range of subjects – from inspirational survivor stories and coping with the
impact of sexual trauma to recognising and managing mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression.
Our values of being Inclusive and Enabling, offering Hope and showing Integrity and Courageous Advocacy underpin everything we do.
Main purpose of post
This is a new position funded by The National Lottery. Due to increased demand for our services, we are looking for a highly effective and experienced Income Generation Manager to join the team and identify, develop and build income-generating activities and relationships. This is a strategic role, which will contribute to Survive’s financial sustainability beyond the duration of this grant.
Why we need an Income Generation Manager
Each year we help over 500 survivors of sexual violence rebuild their lives, relationships and reach their potential. We want to recruit a part-time Income Generation Manager to identify and develop income-generating activities and relationships in our community, which will result in some of our specialist services being paid for and delivered within community settings. The successful candidate will help us develop new income streams, diversify our income and contribute to our long-term sustainability enabling us to help even more survivors in the years to come.
Survive welcomes applications from those who have been subjected to sexual violence, those who have been indirectly affected by sexual violence and from people of colour, minority ethnic groups, disabled people, people in recovery, and people from the LGBTQIA+ community.