If you enjoy learning and are looking for a role that can make a long-lasting impact, this could be the role for someone like you.
We’re looking for people with the empathy, patience and resilience to help people resettle into the community. You’ll be interested in protecting victims and offenders’ families. Having a curious nature is an advantage.
You may already have an understanding of factors relating to offending, such as substance misuse and mental health problems. You might have some knowledge or previous experience of working in the criminal justice system or working with people to support them to change their behaviour.
You’ll have strong communication skills (verbal and written) and the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of individuals, including those who may present difficult or aggressive behaviour.
You’ll have the ability to motivate others in a diverse and challenging environment. You must have an understanding of, and commitment to, equality and diversity.
You need to have a minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade C or above (including English and Maths), or an equivalent qualification, or relevant work experience where basic English and numerical skills will have been used.