Criminal Justice Progamme Manager
Have you got a good understanding of the criminal justice system and a commitment to social justice and equality?
The trust is currently recruiting:
Criminal Justice Progamme Manager to develop and manage its criminal justice programme.
Salary scale: £40,600-£48,700 pa for a 35 hour week.
Reports to: Director of Programmes
The cornerstone piece of work of the Trust’s Criminal Justice Programme is the Transition to Adulthood Alliance (T2A) which is a campaign to transform the way the criminal justice system deals with the post-juvenile young adult age group. The Trust both drives and serves this campaign which is now nearly ten years old and is currently achieving considerable change.
The other areas of the programme include: advocating for more suitable arrangements for women and girls both in the system and by means of earlier intervention, implementing the recommendations of the Lammy Review on racial disproportionality, and ‘shining a light in dark corners’ such as deaths in custody, solitary confinement and sexuality in prisons. All our work seeks both to listen to and give voice to people who have experienced the criminal justice system in the UK.
This is a permanent contract. The salary scale is £40,600 – £48,700 p.a. The Trust offers a contributory pension scheme.
Deadline for applications 12 noon, Monday 26 March. Interviews Wednesday 11 April.