Restorative Practitioner - West Midlands

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3 August 2022

The role of a restorative practitioner involves a significant amount of contact with people affected by and involved in crime. This contact is usually initiated over the phone and includes individuals who may be the victim or perpetrator of all crime types from Theft to Murder. Your role will involve supporting individuals in the community and in prisons, through the Restorative Justice process. You will work victims and offenders to enable them to communicate effectively with each other in a final face to face meeting, ensuring risk assessing takes place throughout the whole process and final meeting. This process helps reduce reoffending and enables individuals to move forward from what has happened. It can be facilitated through a face to face meeting, verbally or in the form of a letter or through video calls.

About the post

Position | Restorative Practitioner

Location | West Midlands

Hours | 35 hours per week

Salary | £21,091 rising to £23,338 at the end of Year 2 in role plus 6% employer pension contribution

Information for potential applicants

Application pack and guidance is available here or download using the links below.

Submitting your application

Please return completed application form

Closing Date:  5pm - Wednesday 17 August 2022

Interviews will take place: Week commencing 22 August 2022

Closing Date: 
Wednesday, 17 August 2022