Work With Us

Whether you want to work for Mosac or volunteer your time, you can search our latest vacancies online.

Board of Trustees / Management Committee

  • Volunteer Management Committee  Member
    We have an effective volunteer Board of Trustees currently comprising of 6 people.  If you think you would be interested in joining us please get in touch.  You do not have to have specific skills or experience unless you take on specific roles, but you would need to be committed to helping our charity.


Specific Roles:

  • Treasurer – Our permanent Treasurer has stood down as she has emigrated to Australia.  So we are also looking for a new Treasurer to take oversight of the charity’s finances.  We are looking for someone who is skilled in understanding finances/accounts.  They may be a chartered accountant or someone with experience in this area.


You can find out more about the management committee by downloading letter from our acting Chair and the guide to the Board, which includes details about the role of Treasurer.


Guide to Mosac MC Membership


If you would like to apply to join the Board as Chair, Treasurer or Trustee, please download and fill in the following two forms and return to

Application for Management Committee

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form



We are a small team of dedicated staff.  As and when any vacancies arise they will become available here and we will advertise on our page so please follow us there

Training & Development Manager

Mosac was looking for a new Training & Development Manager after Niki Fayase left the organisation in June.

We are pleased to report that Maria Gonzalez Perez was appointed to the position in August.


Mosac couldn’t continue the work without the help of our volunteers. We have a range of vacancies for volunteers. Your commitment can help change lives so search online today.  Please see the Volunteers Page on the right hand menu.  We are now looking for committed individuals who have time to give to the charity to support non abusing parents and sexually abused children.  For any role that involves contact with service users, you will be required to attend our volunteer training course which will commence in February.  Please contact Nigel

Need more information?

We have a wide range of resources available to view on our website.

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