Development Officer

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16 July 2021

Why me? are recruiting a Restorative Justice Development Officer to work 3 days per week. They will work to increase awareness of Restorative Justice, develop best practices, develop and promote policy changes and act as a catalyst for increased use of Restorative Justice. They will particularly focus on managing and developing Project Articulate: our project aiming to increase access to Restorative Justice for people with English as an Additional Language.

The Why me? Restorative Justice Development Officer will be responsible for developing Why me? policy and developing Restorative Justice awareness and take-up among communities and individuals affected by crime in England and Wales. The work will involve connecting with and developing relationships with criminal, victim and Restorative Justice services and with community and equality groups accessed by individuals affected. The goal will be to increase awareness, develop best practice, develop and promote policy changes and act as a catalyst for increased use of Restorative Justice.

The post holder will be line managed by and report to the Deputy Director, Linda Millington.

Strategic governance is by the Board of Trustees

About the post

Position | Development Officer

Location | Can Mezzanine, 7-14 Great Dover Street, London SE1 4YR at the time of writing. This may change. Working from home by negotiation. 

Hours | 21hours per week

Salary | £28,000 - £30,000 pro-rata

Submitting your application

Send a cover letter (max 2 pages), CV (max 2 pages) and EDI monitoring form – to Linda at info@why-me.org. The cover letter should explain how you meet the points in the person specification.

Closing Date: 6 August 2021

Interviews to be held 26 August 2021

Closing Date: 
Friday, 6 August 2021