Leeds Rhinos Foundation has an opportunities to join the charity, with the applications now being taken for the role of a Project Worker working in the education department.
|Job Title||Project Worker – Custody Programme Delivery Focus|
|Salary||Competitive- subject to relevant experience/qualifications|
|Location||Emerald Headingley Stadium, St Michael’s Lane, Headingley, Leeds, LS6 3BR
Working on location out in the community.
|Hours of work||Full time, 40 hours per week|
|Responsible To||Senior Management Team|
|Purpose of the role||The project worker post will see the post holder deliver and oversee the coordination of our prison based programmes. The successful candidate will plan and manage the delivery of sessions to adults and young people in the custody setting with a focus on Domestic Violence, Employability and Personal Development. They will be able to inspire groups and individuals from a variety of backgrounds to make positive changes to their own lives using a creative, innovative approach, but be able to balance thinking outside the box, with effective time management and an ability to meet objectives.
You will have the ability to design resources for and deliver innovative sessions to groups of ‘offenders’ in the prison system within a classroom/sporting setting. You will liaise with colleagues within the prison and internally to assess individuals and develop a plan for them. You will also liaise with our ‘victim’ support worker as the project works simultaneously with both parties to achieve the desired outcome.
The ‘Tackle It’ project addresses offending behaviour and helps to assess options in developing a ‘life plan’ to be in place on release. A plan which focuses on increased self-reflection and consistent and constant self-improvement. The intention is to motivate, rehabilitate and resettle an individual into society where they can work towards enjoying a more successful life away from crime and abuse therefore having a positive impact on society.
You will have a flexible approach and also contribute to wider Leeds Rhinos Foundation educational projects as part of the wider team.
|Any other duties commensurate with the grade and falling within the scope of the post, as
requested by Senior Management Team.
|Qualifications/ Experience Required||Essential
To apply, please send a CV and covering letter via email to email@example.com, explaining why you think you are suitable for the role.
Interviews for this position will take place the week commencing Monday 2nd August.
Closing Date: Friday 30th July at 5pm.
For more information please email our Head of Partnerships Dan Busfield on firstname.lastname@example.org.