Job opportunity: Thames Valley Restorative Justice Service seeks a restorative justice development manager in Oxfordshire

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24 February 2016

Do you want to be part of developing an exciting new project within the Thames Valley Restorative Justice Service (TVRJS)?

Accredited and renowned for high quality restorative justice interventions, TVRJS is seeking a highly motivated manager to provide operational management and development capacity for a new victim-initiated restorative justice service in the Thames Valley.

This is a .5 (half-time) post which is funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner, Thames Valley.

Salary is pro-rata £33,857 (FTE)

The Role: The Oxfordshire locality manager will lead a team of senior practitioners and volunteer restorative justice facilitators.  Initially your role will be primarily developmental, promoting the service widely, developing the referral base, attending relevant local meetings, linking with other key stakeholders.  Each manager will also be the single point of contact for key organisations e.g. National Probation Service (pre-sentence manager), Victim Support, Health and Thames Valley Police.  They will also provide mentoring, casework supervision and quality assurance.

The role is based in the Victim Support office in Bicester and requires travel across the Thames Valley region.

Closing date for applications: Friday 4 March at 5pm

Interviews will be held on: Thursday 10 March at Chilton, Bucks HP18 9NA

For more details, a full job description and an application pack please contact:

Bron Jones on 01844 202001 or or visit the Thames Valley Partnership website

Thames Valley Partnership is an equal opportunities employer; the aim of our policy is to ensure no job applicant, employee or worker is discriminated against either directly or indirectly on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religious belief, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age or disability.  We do not disbar applicants with criminal convictions and are mindful of the requirements of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, 1974.