News: Jun 2022

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Domestic Abuse Mentor - Cheshire

27 June 2022

As a Domestic Abuse Mentor your primary role will be to provide support for children and young people (aged 13- 17) who are or have experienced domestic abuse either in the family home or within their own intimate relationships.

All of Remedi’s Domestic Abuse work operates under the title ‘CEASE’.

So what will you be expected to do in this role?:

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Hate Crime Support Worker - Cheshire

22 June 2022

The role of a Hate Crime Support Worker in Cheshire involves working with people affected by Hate Crime across all the 5 strands, as well as those committing such offences. 

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Restorative Justice Facilitator - Wrexham

22 June 2022

As a Restorative Justice Facilitator you will work with victims and perpetrators of crime to support them in addressing the harm caused and finding a positive way forward.  This could be through a face to face meeting between the parties or through shuttle mediation.  The role includes generating referrals by raising awareness of Restorative Justice, risk assessing cases, fully preparing both parties before any intervention takes place, and facilitating communication between the parties.

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Youth Mentor - Greater Manchester

22 June 2022

You will be providing restorative mentoring services for children and young people aged 10-17 referred via various agencies, who have displayed violent behaviour.

You will provide:

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Prison Based Restorative Justice Service Manager (HMP Featherstone)

22 June 2022

This position provides an exciting opportunity to join Belong's specialist team and lead the restorative justice service at HMP Featherstone.

Belong’s vision is of hope, rehabilitation and recovery for victims and perpetrators of crime. We inspire change by providing long term, individualised responses to conflict and crime through restorative Justice, psychotherapy, mentoring, and training for criminal justice professionals.

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Pathways Support Worker

21 June 2022

Pathways is an exciting 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 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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Youth Worker - Manchester

21 June 2022

You will be working with children and young people (10-18) who have been referred by the Youth Justice Service in Manchester. This will include one to one and group based work.

You will be providing support, encouragement and supervision to enable children and young people to engage in positive activities. This can take many forms - environmental projects, arts based projects, awareness raising campaigns, supporting local charity work etc as well as themed programmes of work including knife crime, victim awareness and domestic abuse awareness work.

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Administration Support - Directors Team

20 June 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 Practitioner - Humberside (Part-time)

2 June 2022

You will be working with children and young people (10-17) who have been referred by the Youth Justice Service. This will include one to one and group based work.

You will be providing support, encouragement and supervision to enable children and young people to undertake ‘community reparation’ work. This can take many formsenvironmental projects, arts based projects, awareness raising campaigns, supporting local charity work etc.

The role of a Restorative Justice Practitioner involves a significant amount of contact with people affected by crime. The work will involve: