You will have a huge impact on people’s lives. This charity has won awards for being a great employer.
Based out of HMP/YOI Swinfen Hall (a category C men’s prison and Young Offenders Institution). You will create action plans for your caseload, which will assess their qualifications, literacy and numeracy, work experience and their long and short term goals. You will then provide one to one coaching and support, as well as group work such as CV writing workshops, employment workshops, and non-accredited qualifications. A lot of the focus would also be towards personal development, motivational progress, distance learning from Open University, mentoring, and soft skills.
This is a nice role. No demanding KPI’s or targets. And if you have a passion for supporting offenders to rehabilitate then this will be a great fit. You need to able to work independently and be able to manage your own diary – this is crucial.
You must have experience of working within a prison environment, and have/had an established career helping offenders/ex-offenders.
A desirable criteria for the role is a careers advice qualification such as IAG (Information Advice and Guidance) Level 3 or CIAG (Careers, Information, Advice and Guidance) or Diploma in Career Guidance and Development.
Please apply via this advert. If you would like to find out more, we are easy to speak to, just call the office and ask for James or Lawrence (telephone number on the Red 5 People website).
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