Crisis Point – Children’s Independent Sexual Violence Advisor

The successful applicant will be a highly motivated, resourceful individual with a desire to support children and families who require our services and to assist in enabling children to reach their full potential by providing essential care and advocacy at one of the most vulnerable times in their lives.

You will be part of an experienced multidisciplinary team including psychodynamic and eclectic therapists and other ISVAs, who work together to provide high quality responsive services.

Salary: £22,855
Closing Date: Friday 28th April 2017
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Victim Support – Victims Services Delivery Manager (Surrey)

The Victims Services Delivery Manager will assist with interviews of all prospective volunteers, acting as a central point of contact for the volunteer induction and training programme, dealing with the recruitment administration and ensuring all volunteers have completed all aspects of their training before they commence casework.

Although not essential, experience of recruitment, working with volunteers or one to one with clients in a statutory, voluntary or community setting would be beneficial.

Salary: £21,000 per annum
Closing Date: Friday 28th April 2017
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User Voice – Engagement Team Members

User Voice is at a really exciting point in our development as we continue to grow and we are looking for an experienced individual to work primarily in prisons but also in the community among a group of diverse, talented individuals.

User Voice’s core belief is that rehabilitation only happens when everyone in the criminal justice system shares responsibility for transforming the ‘us vs. them’ division into real collaboration.

Salary: Up to £25,000 depending on experience
Closing Date: Sunday 30th April 2017
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Switchback – Mentors

The Switchback Mentor will build positive, motivational relationships with young adult prisoners and maintain them through the prison gate. As a reliable role model, the post holder will combine consistency and efficiency with being flexible around chaotic lives. This person will provide intensive one-to-one support for Trainees, focussing on their personal development as well as job and emotional-readiness, encouraging them to negotiate government systems and get the most from our training café partners and other agencies.

Salary: £24,500
Closing Date: Wednesday 3rd May 2017
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Pact – Administration Assistant

As an Administration Assistant, you will provide essential administrative and office management support across the project from our ‘Hub’ in Bristol, in order to ensure the efficient delivery and continued development of consistently high quality, cost-effective and responsive services, grounded in Pact’s charitable mission, vision and values.

The successful candidate must have experience in providing administrative support for a diverse team and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Experience in liaising with members of the public, visitors and internal & external stakeholders and data entry and collation is imperative, as is the ability to work to under pressure and to manage competing deadlines.

Salary: £8,500 per annum (part-time)
Closing Date: Thursday 4th May 2017
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Key4Life – London Programme Manager

Founded in 2012, Key4Life is a dynamic, expanding charity which works on the front-line with young men (18 to 26-year-olds) in prison and those at risk of going to prison, helping them to find a new path and successfully reintegrate back into society through an innovative seven-step model. Key4Life empowers vulnerable young offenders, minimises barriers and creates opportunities to ensure successful rehabilitation and integration into society upon release. Key4Life’s aims are to reduce youth re-offending rates and not only address symptoms but rather the root causes of re-offending. You will be responsible for the successful delivery and management of the innovative and dynamic Key4Life programme in London working directly with and supporting both the young men and their mentors.

Salary: £30,000 - £32,000
Closing Date: Friday 5th May 2017
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Rethink – Events & Community Fundraising Officer

The fundraising team have an ambitious five year strategy to grow income from £2 million to £6 million.  Much of this growth will come from events & community fundraising.  This new role works closely with both the Events & Community Fundraising Manager and the senior Events & Community fundraising officer to ensure that growth is achieved.

For an informal chat about the role, please contact Jemima Woolgar on 020 7840 3021.

Salary: £22,407 to £25,690 plus £3,285 Inner London Weighting
Closing Date: Monday 8th May 2017
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RAPt – Business Development Manager

Business Development sits right at the heart of RAPt, working with partners from across the organisation to develop compelling new service offers for some of the most excluded people in society. Business Development Managers take a leading role across the business development lifecycle, from identifying and evaluating potential new opportunities and developing innovative new delivery models, through to assisting with the implementation of contracts we win.

The Business Development Manager will be supported to take a leading role from the outset, regularly presenting work to, and collaborating with, members of RAPt’s Senior Management Team. This ranges from making recommendations on individual opportunities, to proposing the case for expanding our service offer into complementary markets.

Salary: £40,078
Closing Date: Tuesday 9th May 2017
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Sova – Service Manager (Wales)

The Service Manager will be expected to promote the project to relevant stakeholders, and manage a team of Case Officers across the West Wales and Valleys area who will work closely with project service users in developing their own individual action plan on a journey towards employment and utilise the support of volunteers, they will have recruited, to address issues of social exclusion and integration, and the achievement of other identified outcomes under the Welsh Governments Tackling Poverty agenda.

Salary: £25,181 – £27,794 pro rata
Closing Date: Wednesday 10th May 2017
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Prisoners Abroad – Resettlement Officer

Prisoners Abroad is a UK-based charity working to support British citizens imprisoned overseas, to assist those affected by imprisonment, and to help ex-prisoners start a new life free of crime after their release.

Working with ex-offenders returning from prison overseas, you will need a qualification in Social Work or other relevant qualification or be qualified by experience, and will provide one to one support and advice to service users with complex needs across all areas of our resettlement service.

We are looking for people with a real empathy for our work, who are effective communicators and who will enjoy working in a small team to deliver and develop our services.

Salary: £26,571 p.a
Closing Date: Wednesday 10th May 2017
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Leap Confronting Conflict – Data and Impact Manager

The Data and Impact Manager will lead on all aspects of the monitoring and evaluation of Leap’s programmes.  They will take a lead role in managing Leap’s outcome and impact planning, monitoring and evaluation. This role is central to Leap’s work having ever greater impact on the young people for whom Leap works and their communities. The post holder will play a pivotal role in ensuring that all Leap Delivery Managers are supported to use monitoring and evaluation data to develop and improve services. You will also support the development of our data system, Salesforce, improving the capturing of outcome information, ensuring timely and consistent inputting and management of data across the organisation.

Salary: £32,000 - £42,000 depending on experience
Closing Date: Monday 15th May 2017
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Addaction – Public Policy Officer

Do you want to help shape the future? Join our External Affairs team at Addaction and lead the development of empowering policy solutions that make society fairer for our beneficiaries.

Reporting to the Executive Director, you will lead the development and implementation of an inventive and influential policy research programme. You will need to demonstrate a successful track record of influencing Public Policy effectively and an understanding of what really makes Government change both policy and practice.

Salary: Approx £35,000 per annum
Closing Date: Friday 19th May 2017
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