Job opportunity: Floating Support STARS Mentor
CRJI is a government accredited community based restorative justice project, working under the guidelines of an agreed protocol. As a grassroots organisation they advocate for restorative justice responses as a mechanism for peacebuilding and conflict transformation.
CRJI are a charitable organisation and have been working within the local community for over 20 years, offering a wide range of restorative services by trained specialised practitioners. For further information visit their website: https://www.crjireland.org
All their work is underpinned by high standards of practice deriving from extensive research and evaluation, and has enabled them to help individuals to address harm, support reparation and community reintegration, assist in the development of meaningful relationships between the wider community and the criminal justice system to aid transformational change.
The STARS (Striving Towards A Restorative Society) Project is seeking to recruit a floating support restorative mentor to join the team.
The STARS Project mentor will provide restorative practices supervisory support to mentees, support the delivery of training, assist with the programme administration, recruitment and support the expansion of restorative practices in the CIT areas. As floating support project worker, you will assist with other CRJI restorative projects.
Please see attached job description and specification for further details.
Belfast (but will require regional travel)
37.5 hours per week
£27,000 plus 3% pension contribution
In light of Covid-19, CRJI request that completed application forms are sent via email to email@example.com with attached C.V. by the closing date: 8th January 2021 at 5pm.
Please note applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
Interviews are scheduled to take place mid-January but owing to the public health situation, interviews may be conducted via zoom depending on government guidelines. These details will be confirmed with those applicants who are shortlisted.
CRJI request that applicants complete the attached recruiting monitoring form, note this is separated from your application form upon receipt and does not form part of the selection process.
Closing Date: 8th January 2021 at 5pm.
Interview Date: Interviews are scheduled to take place mid-January but owing to the public health situation, interviews may be conducted via zoom depending on government guidelines. These details will be confirmed with those applicants who are shortlisted.