Current Opportunities

Restorative Justice (RJ) Out of Court Disposals Coordinator

Hampshire & Isle of Wight

We have an opportunity for a role to work with us to deliver our Restorative Justice Service across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

We are looking for someone to coordinate and allocate Out of Court Disposals (OoCD) to our staff and volunteers across the Hampshire & IOW RJ Service, as well as facilitate their own case load. The role will involve recruitment, training, supervision and monitoring of volunteer practitioners and assisting with logistics of delivering disposals across Hampshire.

We are looking for someone with a track record of work in restorative practices, and/or with experience of work in multi-agency partnerships across the criminal justice sector, and of working with volunteers and the voluntary sector.

Out of Court Disposals Coordinator

Location: Home based and working across Hampshire               

Salary: £22,500 per annum 

Hours & Term: Full time 37.5 hours/week (also open to a job share) Includes some evening and weekend work Initially fixed term post until 31 March 2023

Closing date for applications is Wednesday 29th June. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 5th July in Winchester, with a start date as soon as possible after that.

The successful candidate will need to be available to attend a 3-day training course in Bicester from 26th -28th July (accommodation will be provided and travel expenses will be paid).

A full Role Description and an Application Form (which must be completed to accompany an up to date CV) for the post are available from MichelleWest@restorativesolutions.org.uk.

Any queries can be addressed to Michelle at the same email address.

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What people say about Restorative Solutions

I'm so glad I am working with RJ. I don't know who would listen to me if it wasn’t for you.
A Person Harmed by Crime
RJ is very underrated and I certainly think we should be using it more.
A Professional who Referred Someone into our Service
Very satisfied – it’s been a great service. A worthwhile process for me and I hope for the offenders. Staff have been great and I would like to thank them.
A victim
It was the right thing to do. Both victims told me to let go of what happened. I didn't want to hear it but they both forgave me and said I should move on. I have taken that on and thought about it and I have come to terms with what happened. You've helped me significantly. It's as though my head has been lifted of a gigantic weight.
An Offender
Thanks for your time today. I feel like you understand R so well, I really hope you can help him to learn how to be happy.
Feedback from a family in East Kent
Restorative Justice offers a unique opportunity for victims and survivors to move on from and overcome the trauma that can be left with them after experiencing crime. I am exceedingly proud of the work that the team at Restorative Solutions do in supporting our community. We should always consider the needs of victims of crime and this service exemplifies that sentiment and allows so many to put behind them what can be the worst experience of their lives.
Marc Jones, Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner and Chair of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners.

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