Job Vacancy – Replication Officer
Commonweal are looking to appoint a Re-Unite Replication Officer (closing date 13th February 2012).
Cover letter Application form Job description Equality questionnaire Please download and complete the attached application form. Details of where to send your completed application can be found in the cover letter
Job title: Re-unite Replication Officer
Hours: P/t 2 days per week 12 month fixed term contract.
Salary: £28,000 pro rata (£11,200 gross per annum)
Closing Date: 12 noon 13th Februaury 2012 We aim to contact all shortlisted candidates by Wednesday 22nd February 2012 (if you have not heard from us by then you should assume your application has not been successful)
Interviews are to be held on Tuesday 28thFebruary at the Commonweal Housing Offices in Southwark, London SE1. NB You must notify us on the application form if you are unable to attend on that date. However, please note that at present we are only planning to interview on this date – if you are unable to attend we cannot guarantee to be able to take your application forward at this time.
Location: London based with national travel required (potential for home working).
Job Descrition : The Re-Unite Replication Project Officer will be the principle link between the charity, Commonweal Housing, and current and prospective replication partners promoting a successful model of supporting mothers coming out of prison. They will have a clear purpose to encourage new replication partners, increasing the number of women supported by the model and also to ensure that the qualities which make Re-Unite succeed are not diluted by replication.
Evidence of continuing professional development and / or a demonstrable willingness to learn is essential; a degree or equivalent is desirable. Essential skills include understanding of the issues around working with women in or at risk of involvement with the criminal justice system. Working knowledge of the criminal justice system, agencies working in and with it and current policy developments in the field. Significant and demonstrable experience of undertaking a project development or project management role.