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Project Coordinator

Employer:
Hampshire and Isle of Wight CRC
Salary:
14519
Location:
Portsmouth Probation Team, Enterprise House, Isambard Brunel Road, Portsmouth
Contract:
Temporary
Working Pattern:
Partime
Hours:
18.5 hours per week.
DBS Check:
No
Closing Date:
08/09/2014 at 23:55 PM
Reference:
HCRC/14/5245
Hampshire and Isle of Wight CRC

Hampshire & Isle of Wight Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC)

 

Project Co-ordinator Post available in the Portsmouth area in the Offender Management Team (IOM).

Salary: £14,519 per annum (pro rata of £29,038 band 4 spinal point 75).

 

The vacancy is a part time position of 18.5 hours per week, on a temporary basis until 31/03/15.

 

Closing date for applications: Monday 8th September 2014

Interviews to be held: Tuesday 23rd September 2014

 

Portsmouth Integrated Offender Management (IOM) scheme is looking to recruit a creative and enthusiastic individual who can set up and develop innovative projects that help rehabilitate offenders. Portsmouth IOM currently runs a drop in centre with PUSH, and we are seeking to develop this centre in collaboration with the service users and volunteers who attend.

 

The service is managed by Hampshire and the Isle of Wight CRC and is delivered through a collaboration with local partners targeting the Integrated Offender Management cohort and those subject to a Drug Rehabilitation Requirement/Alcohol Rehabilitation Requirement with a view to encouraging better engagement.

 

The post involves working with the Portsmouth client group on a voluntary basis. Experience of working with clients who are homeless and have of a history of drug misuse is advantageous. The post works closely with partner agencies in the Portsmouth area and has a key role in identifying new initiatives. Experience of setting up and managing small projects is required as ongoing management of the drop in centre is key to this role

 

This is a role with plenty of challenge and scope for a person who wants to contribute to public safety and reduction in reoffending. You will be educated to A level (or equivalent) and have good interpersonal skills; be able to relate to people from a wide range of diverse backgrounds; be highly organised and able to demonstrate the ability to work across agencies. Some evening work will be required.

How to apply

Please complete the online application form.

Further information on this vacancy