News: May 2021

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Communications Internship

25 May 2021

Why me? are seeking a Communications Intern to support and promote their work.

They are looking for someone reliable, willing to learn and enthusiastic about Why me?’s mission.

In return, the post-holder will get experience working in communications at an organisation working hard to transform the criminal justice system. They hope that this experience will help them to pursue a career in a related field.

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Chair of Trustees

20 May 2021

Do you want to help change the lives of people affected by crime? Are you inspired by Restorative Justice? Have you previously worked as part of a committee or Board of Trustees where you were reliable and enthusiastic with strong interpersonal skills?

Why Me? would love to hear from you if so!

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Administrator - Cumbria

17 May 2021

Pathways is an exciting new project with the goal of reducing reoffending in Cumbria. A person going through the Pathways project can expect support, structure and to be held accountable for their actions. In partnership with the Cumbria Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner, Remedi are recruiting a part-time administrator to support this work with offenders.

They are looking for people who are passionate about helping people and want to work in a job where they can make a tangible difference to someone's life.

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Young Victim Caseworker – Derbyshire

12 May 2021

Remedi are recruiting a Young Victim Case Worker to work as part of the ‘Got Your Back’ team in Derbyshire. The Role will be supporting young people aged 17 and under emotionally and practically to help them Cope and Recover from an offence.

This role is 35 hours per week over 5 days (including some evening and Saturday work) based at Derbyshire Constabulary Head Quarters in Ripley.

Level 2 vetting and DBS checks will be required.

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Restorative Justice Facilitator

12 May 2021

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. The purpose of the Restorrative Justice Facilitator is to provide the wrap around administration and support for victims and offenders who wish to go through the Restorative Justice process.

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Essex Restorative & Mediation Service Co-ordinator

7 May 2021

The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner (PFCC) for Essex is seeking an exceptional candidate with understanding and experience of restorative justice for 22 hours per week. The candidate will have good communication and organisational skills in order to support the work of the restorative and mediation service.