Job opportunity- restorative justice development officer at Why me?
Why me? is looking for a restorative justice development officer who will be responsible for the development of restorative justice with communities and individuals affected by hate in the Greater London. The work will involve connecting with and developing relationships with primary and secondary groups accessed by individuals affected. In addition, the post holder will be responsible for building on Why me? contacts with people involved in criminal justice and community safety. The goal will be to set up restorative justice awareness sessions and community events with groups, which will be provided by our team of restorative justice facilitators and staff. The work will also entail recruitment of community ambassadors, who have perpetrated or suffered hate crime, to work with us.
The post holder will be line managed by and report to the director, Lucy Jaffé. Strategic governance of the project is by the board of trustees.
Hours: 25-35 hours/week - to be discussed
Salary: £32,000 pro-rata
Holiday: 20 days pro-rata plus bank holiday pro-rata
Location: Can Mezzanine, 7-14 Great Dover Street, London SE1 4YR at the time of writing. This may change. Working from home by negotiation.
Special requirements: This post is subject to registration with and clearance from the Disclosure & Barring Service. Hours of work will involve some weekends and anti-social hours.
Deadline for applications: 16th December midnight. Interviews on 19th December and 20th December
For further information including the full job description, please visit https://why-me.org/2018/vacancy-restorative-justice-development-officer/