Salary: £45,585 - £56,021
Hours: (35 hours/week)
Closing Date: Sunday 10th March 2024, 23:59
CYCJ is looking to recruit a full-time Restorative Justice Practice Development Adviser to work alongside the part-time Practice Development Adviser. The post is fixed-term for one year; for someone with expertise in developing, supporting and understanding children and young people on the cusp of or involved in offending behaviour, with a particular focus on Restorative Justice.
The Scottish Government published their restorative justice action plan in 2019, where they committed to making restorative justice consistently available across Scotland. The role of Restorative Justice Practice Development Adviser presents an exciting opportunity to develop this area of work and support the Scottish Government’s vision.
Find out more on the delivery of restorative justice in Scotland: Restorative justice: action plan - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)
This post holder will join the practice and policy workstream within CYCJ to provide a national restorative justice project-management role for children and young people as part of the Scottish Government’s Restorative Justice Action Plan. The main focus of this role is to lead on the delivery of the Scottish Government Restorative Justice Action Plan specifically focusing on the rights and needs of children in conflict with the law, and more broadly within education. This post includes working closely with all stakeholders, including the Scottish Government and Community Justice Scotland, who lead on this work for adults. The post holder will work alongside the part-time adviser to contribute to the development and roll-out of restorative justice practices across Scotland. The role will also include supporting the work of the stakeholder group; working with colleagues to develop a project plan; representing the CYCJ at meetings, events and conferences; and leading on the development of knowledge exchange resources, activities and publications.
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Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Fiona Dyer, firstname.lastname@example.org