Throughcare Manager

Ayr, UK

Job Type

Part time

About the Role

AAS is seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to lead the Throughcare Service, managing and developing an exemplar service, motivating staff to deliver high performance. Reporting to the AAS Chief Executive, they will contribute to the charity’s strategy and annual planning process. We seek a Throughcare Manager who has a passion for promoting the interests and values of AAS; and shares our commitment in championing the rights of victims of crime. You will have a track-record of being a high-achiever; outcomes focused; driving and delivering excellence; leading effective teams; working in meaningful partnerships; and embracing equality, diversity and inclusion.

This is a part-time (21 hours/per week delivered across 5 working-days) and fixed-term post, funded until the end of June 2025. The post may develop and be extended, subject to securing continued funding and satisfactory delivery of the key result areas.


For role specifications and details please download the attached file.

For informal discussions prior to application, please contact Ann Moulds, AAS Founder and CE, .

Closing date for applications is Friday 12 August 2022

Application is by both the completed AAS Application Form and a covering letter/statement on how the applicant’s experience and expertise match the role and person requirements.

Interviews will be held on Friday Thursday 1 September 2022 in AAS Office, Ayr

Shortlisted candidates will be expected to make a presentation of maximum 10 minutes on ‘My first six months of taking up the Throughcare Manager post’. Where power-point is used, they are asked to forward this by no later than Friday 26 August 2022.

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About the Us

Action Against Stalking (AAS) was established as a charity in 2014 by its Founder/Chief Executive, Ann Moulds, following her successful Campaign Action Scotland Against Stalking, which led to the introduction of the ‘Offence of Stalking’, Section 39 Criminal Justice & Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010. The charity champions the voice of stalking victims, provides a free and specialised service to victims, engages with the communities to promote greater awareness and resilience, and contributes to national policies on stalking.

This is an exciting time to join AAS. We have been acknowledged in Scottish Parliament in 2020 for our achievements as the only stalking-specialised charity in Scotland. Our success has led to increased awareness and demand for our services, which has more than doubled in the past year. We have received additional funding from the Scottish Government and are also expanding our unique and empowering Throughcare Service for victims of stalking. We are also stepping up our prevention and community engagement to raise awareness and community resilience as a crucial part of early and effective intervention.