News: Mar 2022

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Young Persons Restorative Domestic Abuse Practitioner

23 March 2022

Remedi are recruiting a Young Persons Restorative Domestic Abuse Practitioner, to remotely provide high quality Restorative interventions and advice for young people and their families with a focus on reducing risk and aiding emotional recovery from the harmful impacts of domestic abuse. This will include emotional and practical support and the delivery of restorative interventions face to face, over the phone and via video call.

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Restorative Practitioner - Hull

23 March 2022

Remedi are recruiting for a full time practitioner to cover criminal justice, community and family restorative work. This role will be full-time and will be available across Humberside.

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Personal Wellbeing Coach

22 March 2022

Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership are delighted to be working in partnership with St Giles Trust & The Wise Group to deliver a person centred support service to community offenders and prison leavers.

They are seeking a Personal Wellbeing Coach to join part of a multi-agency team providing restorative person centred support focusing on and addressing a range of personal wellbeing issues faced by service users referred by the Probation Service.

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Hate Crime Practitioner - Cheshire

20 March 2022

The role a Hate Crime Practitioner for the new Hate Crime Service in Cheshire, involves a significant amount of contact with people affected by Hate Crime across all the 5 strands, as well as those committing such offences. You will be required to make initial contact with victims and offenders over the telephone, however there is the expectation that this work will be carried out face to face where suitable, following Remedi’s robust Covid-19 risk assessment, you will also be required to provide online support when preferred by victims. 

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Restorative Police Practitioner - Cheshire

20 March 2022

The role of a Restorative Police Practitioner within Cheshire involves a significant amount of contact with perpetrators of crime and ASB, as well as with Police staff from Cheshire Constabulary.

This exciting role is an excellent opportunity for anyone with some experience working with offenders or within the criminal justice setting, who wish to increase their experience and build confidence in delivery of training and working with offenders of crime.

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Administration Support - Directors Team

20 March 2022

Remedi are one of the leading providers of restorative services in the UK. The charity was established in 1996 and now works across the criminal justice arena, education and local authorities.

The senior directors team require a person to provide assistance with tasks associated with their roles.

The Directors are responsible for generating new contracts, mobilisation of new contracts and maintaining overall standards for existing pieces of work. In addition, the overall direction and culture of the organisation stems from this team.

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RESTORATIVE JUSTICE CONFERENCE CO-ORDINATOR

14 March 2022

The Kent Restorative Justice Service is a highly successful provision delivered by jointly Salus and Restorative Solutions, two of the UK’s leading providers of restorative services.

They are currently looking for an experienced individual to ensure the smooth delivery of restorative interventions including conferences alongside the rest of the Restorative Justice team, contributing to the smooth running of the service, and taking a proactive role in relation to day-to-day functioning of the department.

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Restorative Practitioner - Manchester and Bolton

14 March 2022

You will take responsibility as restorative justice practitioner, for facilitating communication between victims and offenders referred by Manchester Youth Justice Service and Bolton Youth Offending Team.  This will be in the form of direct and indirect restorative justice processes. The role will include visits to victims and offenders to ascertain their views and the level of involvement they wish to have with the restorative justice process and assessing risk and suitability on each induvial case.