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Fulfilling Lives Area Lead – BrightonDepartment: Fulfilling Lives
Work Location: Brighton
Salary: £29,351 pro rata
Contract: part-time (job share)
Hours per week: 22.5 hours per week
Shift pattern: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
The Fulfilling Lives Area Lead is a team leader role, hosted by Equinox, leading the Equinox Brighton Fulfilling Lives Team. The main focus of the role involves giving day to day line management direction and support to the Specialist Women’s Worker and the Service Improvement Officer and supporting the staff team to achieve the wider project outcomes.
Fulfilling Lives, Complex Needs South East Project
The Big Lottery Fund is supporting people with complex needs in 12 areas of England, with a national investment of £112m.
As well as supporting people, the funding evidence more effective and efficient ways for designing, commissioning and delivering support services for this group in the future.
The purpose of the Fulfilling Lives Project is to bring about lasting change in how services work with people with multiple and complex needs.
For further information please go to https://www.bht.org.uk/services/fulfilling-lives/
To discuss the role further contact Rachel Britt, Operational Manager on 07796 175338
To apply please go to www.equinoxcare.org.ukClosing date: 03.07.2017
Support AssistantWork Location: Luton
To enable clients of the Synergy Floating Support service to achieve the items defined in their support plans so that they successful with independent living in the community. To support those individuals to address the issues which are preventing them from making a full and active contribution to society and their communities. To facilitate an exit strategy for the Service User by working proactively and positively with partner agencies to build a self-sustaining support network.
The job holder will provide practical and emotional information, advice and support to address:
- housing needs and options
- benefits entitlements
- employment, training and education
- mental or physical issues and problems
- drug and alcohol issues
- build social, cultural, leisure and faith support networks
- avoiding harm to self and others
The post holder will ensure that Service Users are encouraged to explore and maximise their skills and choices. They will also work to build self-confidence, self-esteem and self-reliance.
Please download the Job Description below to find out more about the role and also more about us.Closing date: 05.07.2017
Penrose Community Links – Co-ordinatorDepartment: Head Office
Work Location: Based in Islington but covering Lambeth and Camden
Hours per week: 37.5 per week
Penrose Community Links (PCL) is a CQC registered service specialising in working with the most complex and chaotic clients within social & health care settings. This service will provide floating support to clients within their own home who have physical and/or mental health needs. This includes those who are experiencing psychosis, have a substance misuse or a forensic history, and/or display behaviours that challenge.
The coordinator will be responsible for the recruitment, management and training of PCL staff as well being tasked to respond quickly and professionally to referrals through the deployment of appropriate staff to offer support. The PCL Coordinator will be working alongside senior managers, including the Business and Enterprise Manager, to develop and grow PCL within Camden, Lambeth and surrounding boroughs and will be a key player within the development of key relationships with referring partners.
Please download the Job Description below to find out more about the role and also more about us.
Closing date: 22.07.2017
Community Responsible OfficerDepartment: Criminal Justice Service
Work Location: London
Salary: £22,865 increasing to £25,000 after one year of service, pa inclusive.
Working in partnership with the London Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) and MTCNovo, our Criminal Justice Service supports adult males sentenced to 12 months or less to resettle into the community and to break the cycle of reoffending. We provide guidance and support with a wide range of issues, from accommodation to training to financial advice, signposting our clients to relevant services in their area, as well as supporting them with any referral processes. We engage with agencies both within the CRC and across London, tailoring a package of support to best meet each individual’s needs. CROs are trained in risk management and de-escalation and can also initiate enforcement proceedings when necessary.
We are looking for motivated staff who want to want to deliver services differently and develop new skills in the process. Our Community Resettlement Hub provides a platform to deliver a wide range of innovative interventions and services that offer something in addition to the traditional one-to-one appointment model. As well as seeing clients in their designated CRC offices, Community Responsible Officers support the delivery of effective interventions at the Hub and will receive training in facilitating groups.
The role will be based predominantly in the designated CRC offices, with 1-2 days per week spent at the Penrose Community Rehabilitation Hub in Wembley. All CROs receive a holistic training package before they are able to manage a caseload of clients, and Penrose is committed to continual professional development through additional training, supervisions and appraisals.
Pleas complete the application form below if you are interested in applying and return to firstname.lastname@example.orgClosing date: 07.07.2017
Prison Offender Resettlement WorkerDepartment: Criminal Justice Service
Salary: £22,865 pa inclusive.
Shift pattern: Monday to Thursday 08.00am to 16.30pm Friday 0800am to 13.30pm
Our aim is to successfully reduce reoffending, rehabilitate and reintegrate offenders back into the community.
We finalise cohesive resettlement plans (BCST3’s) generated from the ‘Basic custody screening tools’ parts 1 and 2, along with historical information and face to face interviews that generate the plans 12 weeks prior to release, we use pathway referrals and ‘ORW’ Caseload support during this process, providing pathway support with feedback that enables appropriate interventions and support to resettlement needs for all prisoners in both a group and on a 1-1 basis.
We deliver the “Getting It Right” resettlement programme within the prison setting, this programme is based around challenging cognitive thinking, and facilitation of group work is part of the ‘ORW’ role.
We work with internal and external partners, agencies and commissioners including Prison Service, Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRC’s) and the National Probation Service to achieve the desired outcomes and KPI’s for the service.
Offender Resettlement Workers will also liaise with other staff in providing support and advice to offenders and be expected to regularly participate in team meetings and other duties deemed relevant by management.
Please complete the application form below if you are interested in applying and return to email@example.com.
Closing date: 12.07.2017
Peripatetic Responsible Officer – Community (Days to include occasional evenings)Department: Criminals Justice Service
Work Location: Travel across different CRC offices in London
Salary: £27,000 pa.
The main aim of this role is to support the team to provide cover in areas of London both at short notice and as part of a planned rota. To successfully reduce reoffending, rehabilitate and reintegrate offenders back into the community. To manage the community supervision orders of offenders released into the community that have received a prison sentence of less than 12 months. To ensure support to adhere to a cohesive resettlement plan generated from the custodial resettlement team. To Provide pathways, support and appropriate interventions to enable successful resettlement for all released prisoners in both a group and on a 1-1 basis. Work with internal and external partners, agencies and commissioners including MH Prison Service, Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRC’s), National Probation Service and other community-based supporting agencies to achieve the desired outcomes and KPI’s for the service.
Responsible Officers liaise with other staff in providing support and advice to offenders on licence and supervision within the community and be expected to regularly participate in team meetings and other duties deemed relevant by management.
Please download the addition file below to see a full overview of what this role is asking for.Closing date: 05.07.2017
Chair of the Board of TrusteesJob description:
We are currently recruiting for a Chair of the Penrose Board of Trustees and additional Board members.
If you would like to get involved in the work we do and have experience in the services we provide such as support for people with mental ill health, offending history, substance misuse or criminal justice please email call Jenny Warner on 020 7998 8888 for a full role description or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are also interested to hear from people with property development experience.