Would you like to join a newly developing, innovative service? Are you motivated by reducing custodial sentences for people with mental health issues and stopping the cycle of re offending? Are you interested in providing evidence based psychological assessment and therapy to individuals within the Criminal Justice System made subject to Community Sentence Treatment Requirements (CSTR)?
DHI is an award-winning charity that challenges social exclusion by supporting people to achieve their potential and contribute to the richness and wellbeing of their community. We are looking for individuals who share our passion for our values of self-direction, stimulation and zest for life and our commitment to our client groups and the local communities we serve.
We wish to recruit a Criminal Justice Worker to be involved in the delivery of Mental Health Treatment Requirements. These posts will work closely with our criminal justice partners, including prisons and courts, to deliver high quality services that support people whose offending is asscoaited with mental health issues. They will also work to support clients to reduce substance use and offending behaviour, providing real opportunities for recovery and to reduce harm to communities and individuals.
If you have experience of working with people who experience mental health issues, are motivated by supporting socially excluded people and are flexible, passionate and resilient then please have a look at the job description and person specification.
What We Offer
DHI offers up to 31 days paid leave (service-related) in addition to statutory holidays, a 7% pension contribution, Cycle to Work Scheme and Employee Assistance Scheme. DHI is a Disability Confident Committed Employer.
To find out more and apply please visit our website https://www.dhi-online.org.uk/about-us/jobs/criminal-justice-worker-mhtr-lead-2
Criminal Justice Worker MHTR Lead
£25,419 per annum depending on experience
37.5 hours per week
Two year FTC commencing January 2023 with likely extension
Bristol with flexibility to work across South Gloucestershire and Bath
Friday, 18 November 2022