The Galway Rape Crisis Centre provides a quality professional counselling and support service for survivors of sexual violence and abuse from its premises at Foster Court, Galway and through
its outreach branches in Ballinasloe, Gort, Tuam and Oughterard.


Job Vacancies

 Consent Ed is a sexual violence prevention programme designed to empower young people through education about consent and healthy relationships.  It’s primary objective is to diminish the prevalence of sexual violence and online sexual harm in our communities by enhancing knowledge and fostering healthy converstions between young people and adults.  The project recognises the pivotal role educators play in shaping students’ understandin of consent and preventing sexual violence.  Through comprehensive training, we equip educators and youth workers with the necessary tools, knowledge, and resources to create a safe learning environment in which to meaningfully engage young people and facilitate sensitive discussions.

Project Worker Scope and Purpose of Post:

To advise and contribute to the development, delivery, and review of the Consent Education Programme for 12-17 year olds.  To engage, train and support appropriate education staff to deliver the Consent Education Programme within a range of educational settings.  To network with a range of stakeholders to ensure the development and strategic movement of the project.

Project Worker Job Description.

Volunteer Vacancies

Volunteer Become Part Of The Psychological Support Team

Looking To Make A Difference In Your Community?

Volunteer Become Part Of The Psychological Support Team

Our team of Psychological Supports provide much needed advocacy and psychological support to survivors in the aftermath of a sexual assault or rape.

This is a 24/7 call out service provided by Galway Rape Crisis Centre within the Galway Sexual Assault Treatment Unit.

As a Psychological Support Team member you will be on call 3 times per month and commit to a minimum of 2-year service.

Please note that the role of the Psychological Supporter 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 be a part of our dynamic team whilst receiving excellent training, support and supervision?

Do you want to support survivors and make a difference?


Applications are now open for the next training starting in Janurary 2023.

The closing date for applications is Friday 14th October 2022.

Please see Information Pack which contains details about the role and the recruitment process.

If you have any questions after reading the pack, please email [email protected] we will be delighted to answer your queries.

Fundraising Volunteers

Volunteers play a major role at Galway RCC. Check out our fundraising section here

If you would like to become a fundraising volunteer, or for more information simply email [email protected]