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Programme Facilitator

Job Title: Programme Facilitator
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Start Date: February 2020
Reference: MTC06
Job Published: January 28, 2020 17:20

Job Description

Programme Facilitator

Location: London - South East

Salary: £22,039

Closing Date: Friday 31 January 2020

London CRC (Community Rehabilitation Company)  is currently looking to recruit   a Programme Facilitators to join our offices in the South East of London.


As a Programme Facilitator you will be facilitating group work programs to rehabilitate services users and reduce re-offending.




Some of your responsibilities will include:


•Facilitate accredited group work programmes across London, including Thinking Skills, Building Better Relationships, DIDs, RESOLVE, in line with quality assurance expectations.

•Facilitate structured group work and other interventions identified by the London CRC across London, in line with quality assurance expectations.

•Contribute to the assessment of risk, including risks to children through accurate assessment, recording and close liaison with treatment supervisors or other appropriate person, including the responsible officer.

•Establish and maintain effective working relationships with team colleagues, the organisation, the National Probation Service and stakeholder and partnership agencies including Social Services.

•Deliver programmes in accordance with community management manuals in line with HMPPS guidelines.

•Contribute to ensuring that performance measures are achieved to a high standard as per London CRC’s contractual obligations with HMPPS.

•Program facilitators will be expected to deliver in the evenings and weekends depending on demand



We are looking for someone with Relevant experience or qualifications in group work, teaching, training, Psychology; criminology; Mental Health or similar. Someone with Effective interpersonal skills particularly the social/cognitive skills that the facilitator wants the service users to acquire; Ability to relate positively and empathetically with individuals within the criminal justice system, but to do so in a manner that maintains authority and does not collude with anti-social or pro-criminal behaviour. Someone with an Ability to challenge inappropriate language and behaviour. Previous work with victims or perpetrators in a Domestic Violence professional setting would be desirable.



If you are interested in this role we would love to hear from you. Please complete the application form along with your CV to be considered for this opportunity before the closing date.

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