Working for us
We are an equal opportunities employer and we encourage applications from all sections of the community.
We offer an excellent range of staff benefits including up to 33 days annual leave a year, membership of a local government pension scheme and flexible working.
Our structured training programmes help staff to develop their skills, learn from each other and increase their confidence so they can be successful in their roles. We support and train staff through seminars, workshops and coaching sessions.
Probation Officer – this role involves supervising people who have received a court order or license upon release from prison, and ensuring that they keep to the terms of the order or license. Probation officers also provide support to offenders through a variety of rehabilitation programmes.
Probation Services Officer - these officers have a range of responsibilities including supervising low and medium risk offenders, as well as running group programmes aimed at changing offender behaviour.
Administrative and team support staff – the administrative and support worker carries out a range of duties that support a team or manager by creating reports and other paperwork, inputting and extracting data from a computerised system and arranging meetings.
Community Payback Supervisor - these supervisors play an important role in Community Payback (unpaid work) projects by making sure offenders turn up for work and carry out a high standard of work. They also help offenders to develop practical skills and knowledge.
Support services staff – other support roles involve specialist skills in the management and administration of human resources, learning and development, IT, finance, communications and public relations, and equality and diversity.