Job Vacancy - Programme Facilitator
Closing date: 21st February 2017
Would you like a rewarding career working with a diverse and sometimes challenging client group?
Are you responsive yet maintain a boundaried approach?
Have you worked with groups or trained groups of people?
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC) deliver a range of rehabilitation services to people who have been sentenced by a court to either custody or community supervision and who are classed as low to medium risk. We are here to reduce re-offending and help keep safe the communities in which we operate. We believe a person can stop re-offending if they accept responsibility for their actions and the support we offer to make change happen.
The role of Programme Facilitator is to deliver a range of group work Programmes and courses aimed at changing challenging behaviour and patterns of thinking.
This could include working with domestic abuse perpetrators and some work will be undertaken on a one-to-one basis.
The role requires you to work with Probation colleagues and other agencies. Facilitators are required to evaluate on-going risk factors for individual service users as well as contributing to the overall effectiveness of the programme delivery. This includes maintaining records on individuals’ performance and report writing.
Full training will be given as part of the role.
To succeed, you will need to be willing to work with challenging people who face difficult or demanding problems. Training will be given some of which may be residential (up to 5 days at a time).
For more information on KSSCRC and details on how to apply please visit our website at http://ksscrc.co.uk/work-for-us
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