We currently have the following vacancies: 

Restorative Justice Practitioners x 2 posts

Restorative Justice (RJ) involves planned communication between victims and offenders, enabling victims to hold offenders to account by explaining to them the personal impact of their behaviour.  For many, RJ helps to achieve empowerment and closure following what can be a potentially traumatic experience.

Hours: 37.5 hours and 30 hours 

Salary: £23,398 p.a. full time / £18,718 p.a.pro rata 30 hours

We are seeking motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join our team, working with victims of crime and offenders to facilitate a range of Restorative Justice interventions. 
You will need excellent interpersonal skills, strong verbal and written communication skills, discretion to assess suitability/risk, ability to maintain accurate, up-to-date records and liaise with other professionals across a range of agencies

Experience and training in Restorative Justice would be advantageous, however full training will be given.  Applications are welcome from individuals with a background in the Criminal Justice System, Health and Social Care, complaints/conflict or similar with experience of leading groups, managing highly-charged interactions and working with vulnerable people.  Previous caseload management experience is also required.

Based from our Hanley office, the ability to travel and have access to a vehicle for work purposes is essential.  The successful applicants will also need to undergo Police Vetting and DBS Clearance.

The service operates Monday-Friday but there is an expectation that you will work some evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays to meet the needs of the service.

Closing date for completed applications:  22 April 2018 – 12 noon

Interview Date: Wednesday 9 May 2018

For further information please click on the links below.  To apply please complete the Application Form - link below - and return by the closing date. Please also complete and return the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Sheet and form with the Policy on Employing Offenders.

Application Form

Job Description

Person Specification

Other Information

Background Information

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Sheet

Policy on Employing Offenders

 Please send completed application forms to linda.proud@snscab.org.uk; or Advice House, Cheapside, Hanley, Stoke on Trent. ST1 1HL