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Criminal Justice Recovery Worker

£20 - £22 per hour
Kingston upon Thames

Job description

Criminal Justice Recovery Practitioner

A Criminal Justice Recovery Practitioner is required to work on an initial 3-month contract for a charity based in South West London.

The Criminal Justice Recovery Practitioner will be required on site from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.


  • Carrying out thorough evaluations to pinpoint each person's requirements, strengths, and risks associated with criminal activity.
  • Creating and carrying out individualised intervention plans with an emphasis on risk reduction, rehabilitation, and reintegration in conjunction with service users.
  • Coordinating support and making sure that service users receive continuous care by communicating with probation services, criminal justice agencies, and other pertinent parties.
  • Ensuring adherence to court orders, licence conditions, and additional legal mandates, while submitting progress reports on a regular basis to the relevant authorities.
  • Giving people one-on-one support, advocacy, and mentorship to help them deal with underlying problems such drug abuse, unstable housing, job obstacles, and social marginalisation.
  • Interacting with communities, families, and support systems of service users in order to foster wholesome bonds and social support systems.
  • Directing workshops, educational sessions, and group programmes on subjects like life skills development, anger control, and conflict resolution.
  • Preserving correct case files, records, and data management systems in compliance with legal and organisational requirements.

Experience Required:

  • Prior experience working with people who are at risk of offending or have a history of interaction with the criminal justice system in probation services, criminal justice settings, or comparable jobs.
  • Capacity to operate both independently and cooperatively in a multidisciplinary team.
  • Familiarity with the laws, regulations, and practices that control the criminal justice system in the United Kingdom.
  • A dedication to maintaining confidentiality, professional ethics, and safeguarding principles in all facets of practice.
  • Strong familiarity with risk assessment instruments, evidence-based interventions, and criminological theories as they relate to offender management.
  • Outstanding negotiating, conflict-resolution, and communication skills, as well as the capacity to interact well with people from a variety of backgrounds.
  • Resilience, empathy, and a nonjudgmental attitude are important when working with those who have committed crimes.

Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment Business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to temporary vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer, job suitability are assessed on merit in accordance with their skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.

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