The Remedi team in Derby City are looking for a Restorative Practitioner to supervise reparation hours and run restorative action projects with young people in the Youth Justice Service. Their new team member will spend most of their time in the community with young people aged 10-18 fulfilling the reparative element of their order. Remedi are looking for someone who can work creatively to engage young people and support them to come up with project ideas to benefit their community as well as work with placements in their local community.
You will take responsibility for the effective delivery of community reparation sessions and restorative action projects (RAPs) provided by Remedi for Derby City youth justice service. This will include working with young people both one to one and on a group basis. This will also involve some ‘remote’ work, engaging young over telephone/video conferencing to undertake work. Community reparation is a vital component to contributing towards the youth justice service interventions to reducing re-offending. The Restorative practitioner will be responsible for creating and running projects with young people that are required to undertake reparation sessions. Along with the effective supervision of young people, your role will be to motivate and engage them in the successful completion of their hours. Getting stuck into clearing a local park, working outdoors and getting creative with projects should not be something that scares you.
Level 2 vetting and DBS checks will be required.
Position | Restorative Practitioner
Location | Derby City
Hours | 30 hours per week
Salary | £20,280 (Actual £17,383) per annum + 6% Employer pension contribution
Application pack and guidance is available here or download using the links below.
Please return completed application forms along with your equal opportunities form to: email@example.com
Closing Date: Monday 18 October at 10am