Job opportunity: Restorative Justice Facilitator

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29 July 2020

Staffordshire Victims Gateway and Restorative Justice Service are looking to recruit a Restorative Justice Facilitator.

Staffordshire Victims Gateway and Restorative Justice Service provides information, advice and or practical and emotional support to victims of crime to help them cope and recover from their experience and to exercise their rights as determined by the Victims Code. They are looking to recruit a Restorative Justice Facilitator.

The role of an RJ Facilitator involves a significant amount of contact with people affected by and involved in crime. The initial contact is over the phone to assess the eligibility and suitability to be involved in Restorative Justice Interventions. The role will include contact with victims and perpetrators of all crime types from Theft to Murder. The role will involve a significant amount of networking with criminal justice professionals and the Staffordshire Victim Gateway team in order to initiate referrals into the service. Developing and maintaining professional and positive relationships with service users and the partner agencies we work with is essential. The role holder will also be involved in offender group work with local probation services.

The role involves significant travel across the county of Staffordshire.

The service operates Monday-Friday but there is an expectation that you will work some evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays to meet the needs of the service.

 

Location:         Staffordshire  

The ability to travel and have access to a vehicle for work purposes is essential

Hours:              35 hours per week 

Salary:             £21,695 per annum

 

Application Process

Apply online | http://www.snscab.org.uk/how-you-can-help-us/work-with-us/

Closing date for receipt of completed applications | 7th August 2020

Interviews | To be confirmed

For more information visit http://www.snscab.org.uk/how-you-can-help-us/work-with-us/ or contact Annalise Hill at a.hill@rjhub.org.uk

The successful applicant will also need to undergo Police Vetting and DBS Clearance.

 
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