Shelter Resettlement Careers Event

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Tuesday Oct 3, 2017

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Shelter have a number of fantastic Career Opportunities in Preston, Lancaster, Accrington, Blackpool, Kendal and Barrow. Attend their upcoming Careers Event this October to find out more.


Date: Tuesday 3rd October
Time: 9.30am-3:00pm (lunch and refreshments provided)
Venue: Crossgate Church, Benchmark, Ribbleton Street, Preston PR1 5BA

 

To register to attend this event, please click here to fill in our registration form.

 

Shelter - ResettlementDo you have what it takes to help transform the lives of offenders through rehabilitation? If you are diligent, good at relationship building and have excellent communication skills, then why not come along to Shelter’s Offender Resettlement Open Day at HMP Preston this October.

This is a unique opportunity to find out more about Shelter and the work they do, as well as being able to have a chat with some of their resettlement team and even start your application process.

Shelter are currently recruiting for exceptional candidates to join their Rehabilitation teams at a number of different establishments in the North West of England (Preston, Haverigg, Lancaster Farms and Kirkham). Previous experience of housing and employment law would be beneficial (although not essential for all vacancies). 

 

What roles are Shelter recruiting for?

  • Triage Worker - HMP Resettlement Triage Workers will be required to deliver a professional, impartial pragmatic and outcome focussed Resettlement Service to offenders within all relevant prisons. This will be undertaken on site or via outreach to additional HMP locations within the CPA. Resettlement Triage Workers will contribute to HMP Induction programme, completing BCST 2’s, working with Peers to identify prisoner needs, delivering immediate one off interventions and updating resettlement plans, as applicable.

  • Resettlement Worker - Resettlement Workers will contribute to HMP Induction programme, working with Peers to identify prisoner needs, delivering immediate interventions and updating resettlement plans, as applicable. Coordination of employment and ‘other pathway’ interventions by managing referrals to appropriate providers

  • Community Resettlement Worker - Community Resettlement Workers will be required to deliver a professional, impartial pragmatic and outcome focussed Resettlement Service to referred offenders within East Lancashire.  Delivering interventions in accommodation, and finance, benefit and debt. Working closely with Shelter Mentoring service and the prison resettlement team and CRC to ensure that all identified needs are met appropriately and effectively.

  • Mentoring Officer - The role of the Mentoring Officer is to provide additional support to Referred Offenders aligned with custodial Resettlement, through the gate and community integration services. Mentoring Officers will work closely with CRC Responsible Officers and wider supply chain and partners, where appropriate. You will be involved in the continual development and drive mentoring services.

  • Administrator - The Administrator will play a key role in coordinating this service and will be expected to deal with initial enquiries coming into the service from the CRC/ prison directing to the appropriate individual. The administrator will have responsibility for processing sensitive and confidential data on offenders and maintaining records as appropriate on the OASYS/ CRC and Shelter case management systems.

 

To register to attend this event, please click here to fill in our registration form.

 

About Shelter

Shelter Home Sweet Home MugShelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through their advice, support and legal services. They campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to them for help. Their Resettlement services support offenders with debt management, financial advice, housing, employment, and more to stop reoffending and give people a brighter future.

Shelter is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of clients, in particular children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff, workers and volunteers to share this commitment.

At Shelter, they welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, gender, ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation. They are facing diverse problems, so need diverse people to tackle them.

They’re here so no one has to fight bad housing or homelessness on their own. They hope that one day no one needs to turn to them for help.

 

Key Event Details

Date: Tuesday 3rd October
Time: 9.30am-3:00pm (lunch and refreshments provided)
Venue: Crossgate Church, Benchmark, Ribbleton Street, Preston PR1 5BA

 

To register to attend this event, please click here to fill in our registration form.

 

Next Steps….

To register your interest in attending this event, please follow the job board instructions. Once your CV has been submitted you’ll receive an e-mail with confirmation of availability (as spaces are limited) alongside further details on the Open Day and any additional information that may be required ahead of attending.