Community Justice Scotland
Community Justice Scotland
Community Justice Scotland is responsible for promoting world-leading standards of community justice across Scotland. We will provide leadership, training and insight to support community justice partners prevent offending and reduce the number of future victims. We will identify worldwide expertise, best practice and opportunities for commissioning, and introduce fresh ideas which inspire innovation and change. We will change the conversation about community justice and prevention of offending, shift attitudes and increase understanding. We will work with our partners and help drive change by identifying improvements and challenges in our community justice system.

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Top job! Head of Finance

  • Full time
  • £47,504 – £59,229
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 20th September 2019

Are you looking for an accountancy role with a difference?

This role is more than just finance: we need someone who is a strategic thinker; who can integrate finance into planning; and who has the vision and drive to match our ambition to make Scotland the safest country in the world. You will be an integral part of our senior management team and expected to engage with all teams and disciplines.

Community Justice Scotland is an innovative and evidence based organisation that is leading the movement for smart justice in Scotland. This role will challenge you to think big and think outside the box.

If you have a passion for making Scotland a better place for everyone in our community, then join the liked-minded, enthusiastic and expert team at Community Justice Scotland.

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Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

Executive Assistant

  • Full time
  • £22,556
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 8th July 2019

Do you want to be part of the #SmartJustice movement in Scotland?

Role - Executive Assistant to our Chief Executive - Karyn McCluskey.

This job includes; diary management, planning and scheduling Karyn’s meetings, speaking events, travel arrangements and providing admin support to the CJS Board. The person for this role needs to be fantastic at organising, be able to work on own initiative, have a desire to learn about Community Justice and the wider sector, be confident in communication, both written and verbal, have great admin skills with a strong attention to detail - and most of all be up for a challenge!

We would love to hear why you would be suitable for the role. Please fill in an application form explaining why you want the job, what you would bring to the role and what you are passionate about.

Find out more about Community Justice Scotland here

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