Community Intervention Worker

We have an exciting opportunity within the Lincolnshire Future4Me service, Youth offending Restorative Justice team. 

This is a part-time (18.5 hours) permanent contract for a Community Intervention worker.  The role will be based in Boston & South Holland, as such, a full licence and access to your own vehicle would be highly beneficial.  

Director Area
Children's Services
Job Location(s)
Boston; Lincolnshire, South Holland
Service Area
Youth Offending Service
Grade
G5: 20,344 - 22,911
Job Category
Youth Offending
Criminal Record Check
Enhanced Child Workforce with child barred list
Interviews
10/10/2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Appointment Type
Part-time
Hours per week
18.5
Sponsorship
No
Relocation Expenses
No
Politically Restricted Post
No
Closing Date
29/09/2019
Job Reference
9500
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About the role

Community Intervention staff work within the F4M, Youth offending Restorative Justice Team, supporting young people to complete Reparation on statutory Court Orders (Referral Orders, Youth Rehabilitation Orders), and the delivery of reparation given at the Pre-Court Joint Diversionary panels - Youth Restorative Interventions.     

The part time role will be based in the Boston & South Holland area, and involve working flexibly during the week, early evenings and weekends to fit around young people's education or other commitments.

About you

Do you have experience of designing and delivering learning activities in group work and one-to-one situations, and have a range of practical skills / knowledge, to deliver meaningful sessions (Arts & Craft, Groundwork, DIY, Woodwork etc)?

To be considered for this role you must have a track record of working with vulnerable young people, and preferably some knowledge of Restorative Practice and the Criminal Justice system. Candidates must demonstrate an ability to build and sustain relationships with young people, and the victims of crime.

About us

We are one of the largest county councils in the UK. We lead the way in many of our service areas from Children's Services to Highways. Our environment is supportive and we are ambitious for both the people who work here and the residents of the county.

Steeped in history and brimming with life, Lincolnshire’s historic market towns, vibrant coastal tourism and areas of outstanding natural beauty make it the perfect place for your next career move. Working with us, you can enjoy a flexible working pattern, generous annual leave and pension scheme, and exciting learning and development opportunities.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Stephen Brett at stephen.brett@lincolnshire.gov.uk 

All candidates are advised to read the attached job information pack prior to making an application.

On occasion we receive significantly more applications than expected for some vacancies and under such circumstances we reserve the right to bring forward the closing date of the advertisement. We therefore strongly advise you to apply for the role promptly to avoid disappointment should the closing date be brought forward. 

We operate a 'Silver Medallist' talent pool scheme whereby candidates who are not successful on this occasion may be considered for a period of up to 3 months for similar positions.

Lincolnshire County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We want our workforce to reflect the make-up of the community we serve. Therefore we welcome all applications irrespective of gender, ethnic origin, belief, sexual orientation, age or disability. We consider ourselves to be a family friendly employer, and offer flexible working patterns.

In accordance with Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 (Fluency Duty), the ability to converse at ease with customers and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential for the post.

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