Programme Facilitator

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Job Purpose Humberside, Lincolnshire & North Yorkshire (HLNY) Community Rehabilitation company are seeking to recruit Interventions Facilitators. Are you looking for a rewarding career in the Criminal Justice System where you can support and inspire individuals to make changes to increase their social capital and move away from offending? Are you passionate about rehabilitation, believe that people can change, highly motivated, flexible and resilient? If so, a career facilitating accredited and non-accredited group-work interventions could be for you. This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of our established interventions teams delivering group-work programmes to medium & low risk Service Users covering a range of topics including Domestic Abuse, Anger Management, Thinking Skills and Substance Misuse. Responsibilities: Delivery of Accredited and Non-Accredited Programmes Deliver/co-deliver accredited and non-accredited to meet Correctional Services Accreditation and Advisory Panel (CSAAP) requirements Comply with and contribute to children and adult safeguarding duties promoting the welfare of children and adults and alerting relevant colleagues and stakeholders should any risk be identified Actively manage risk and take responsibility for recognising when risks need to be escalated and action taken Delivery up to 6 accredited programme sessions or equivalent RAR interventions per week including up to 3 evenings per week Support delivery of brief RAR interventions for the engagement team as required Perform other duties commensurate with the post as from time to time may be determined Maintain clear and timely record-keeping on the Case Management System Use professional judgement whilst exercising all case management duties and assessing and managing risk, escalating appropriately with auditable evidence in place including contributing and supplying information for the court Demonstrate collaborative working within the Flex Team sharing practice and skills, promoting a team ethos Provide agencies with relevant service user information where appropriate, including sentence details, risk, and arrangements for addressing non-compliance Collaborate with National Probation Service and others to resolve problems and improve ways of working Participate and engage in equality and diversity training, reflecting learning in working practices Work to eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation Ensure best practice and company policies and procedures are followed to achieve contract requirements Knowledge Skills & Experience: Working with individuals with challenging behaviour Ability to enforce standards and procedures Working/volunteering in the Criminal Justice System Knowledge of the Criminal Justice System Commitment to reflective learning Understanding the importance of performance and quality in practice Enable individuals to identify factors which affect their safety, well-being and social inclusion Consistently displaying the skills of pro-social modelling, service user engagement and professional judgment to encourage service users to desist from their offending behaviour and to rehabilitate and reduce the risk of re-offending Ability to plan and prioritise workload Follow procedures Strive to meet individual, team and organisational objectives Attention to detail and ensuring tasks are correctly handled and followed through Takes personal responsibility for delivering the desired outcomes and goals Reacts quickly and responds appropriately to changes in plans and work schedules Work flexible hours to meet service user needs Person: Commitment to undertake VQ3 Diploma in Probation Practice or equivalent GCSE's English and Maths at grade C or equivalent Two 'A' Level qualifications (C or above) or equivalent

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