We at Osmani Trust believe 'ordinary people can do extraordinary things' and have been facilitating this for more than 40 years, by empowering young people, giving them a helping hand and allowing them to thrive in society. To continue our successful services for young people, the Bridge Programme (funded by London Probation, MoJ) is seeking three dynamic and experienced individuals to work with young adults (from minority ethnic communities) in Probation to help them rebuild stable and healthy lives in the community.
You will have the ability to work well under pressure, meet tight deadlines and targets within agreed time and budget. You will understand the challenges faced by young adults leaving the justice system and have the ability to provide the necessary support to address their challenges and build positive futures.
Key duties and responsibilities
1. To conduct face-to-face meetings with service users and build a good rapport.
2. To offer tailored advice to service users.
3. To work alongside agencies that may be involved in working with the service user including Probation Service, Mental Health Service, Prison Service and the Metropolitan Police
4. To develop a ‘My Pathway Passport’ for each service user completing their agreed duration of engagement to enable continued progress beyond the duration of their engagement in this project
Full details of the job are in the vacancies section of our website
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