Current Vacancies

Quiet Waters (QW) has several volunteering, as well as paid, vacancies at the moment. Please pass this notice on to any person or organisation you think might be interested. Thank you!

Quiet Waters is a charity that has been in existence for over 20 years and provides free Christian Counselling and Listening Support Services for all, regardless of faith, gender, ethnic origin or life choices. ‘Christian’ refers to our counsellors and the ethos of our service. As such, anyone that applies for any of these positions must have a Christian faith and live church connection. We are based in Camelon in Falkirk.

The services we offer at out centre are; general counselling, pregnancy crisis listening, pastoral supervision and bereavement support. Bereavement support is also provided at 2 local prisons. We currently have 5 trustees, 1 part-time practice manager and 30 volunteers.
We offer monthly peer group supervision and 3-4 free CPD events every year for our volunteers, as well as mentoring support for trainee counsellors.

Positions Available

Volunteer General Counsellors

We are looking for both qualified and trainee counsellors to join our team.

Volunteer Pregnancy Listening Service Worker (approx 4 hours per month)

We are looking for 2 volunteers to join our pregnancy crisis team at Forth Valley Royal Hospital.  (Training will be given).

Volunteer Treasurer

The overall role of the Treasurer is to maintain an overview of the Charity’s affairs, ensuring its financial viability and proper maintenance of financial records and procedures. The Trustees meet 5 times a year.

Practice Manager (18 hours per week) – (£ negotiable)

The role of the Practice Manager is to deliver planned services to meet the needs of both client and volunteer, minimising waiting times and removing barriers to clients accessing the service and ensuring our volunteers are properly trained, resourced, supported and fulfilled in their work with Quiet Waters. In addition, the role is to assist the Board to develop QW’S range of services, collaborative working with other agencies and optimising service user and supporter involvement.

For more information, and to apply for any of these positions, please email