SACRO
SACRO

Charity registered in Scotland SC016293

Sacro's mission is to promote safe and cohesive communities by reducing conflict and offending.

Current vacancies

CRM Officer

  • Full time
  • £24,379 – £26,986
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 21st November 2018

In this key role within Sacro’s IT Department you will provide technical and administrative support to the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and further support to the IT department. You will assist staff in their use of the CRM and senior staff in the extraction of data and reporting. A flexible approach is required in providing general IT Support to the organisation. A good general education to degree level or relevant experience of CRM support and administration are essential.

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National Learning Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £27,811 – £30,292
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 26th November 2018

Sacro is the voluntary sector leader in promoting community justice across Scotland. Founded in 1971, Sacro provides high quality services and plays a key role in influencing government policy and legislation.

We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated and proactive individual to develop learning and digital initiatives and co-ordinate provision across Sacro.

The post-holder will be responsible for identifying development needs including designing and delivering training, as well as developing material for Sacro’s e-learning system. You will coordinate the programme for the annual staff conference and manage the continuation of the SVQ programme and other qualification requirements across Sacro.

The post-holder will also undertake work in connection to Sacro’s Volunteering Strategy including the process for Investors in Volunteering (IiV) and facilitating Volunteer Supervisors Forums.

Experience of designing, delivering and evaluating training is essential as is knowledge of other learning solutions. Candidates should be educated to at least SCQF level 7 or equivalent and hold a professional training qualification. Experience of managing an SVQ programme, or other qualification programme, is desirable.

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Criminal Justice Worker - New Routes Mentoring Service

  • Full time
  • £24,379 – £26,986
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 27th November 2018

New Routes offers young men serving short term custodial sentences a ‘through-the-gate’ mentoring and support service providing practical and emotional support to help them move back into the community and begin to build a life free of offending.

We currently have the opportunity for a full time mentor to join our Edinburgh team.

Young men referred to New Routes are matched with a mentor while in prison. The mentor will work with the young man to develop their independence and social skills, link to appropriate services, explore aspirations, identify goals and put in place achievable steps to improve their quality of life. This support and advice continues after release from prison where mentors can accompany them to appointments and advocate on their behalf where appropriate to help them with re-integration into their local community and to achieve stability

You should be able to demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills. The ability to work both as part of a team and independently is required, experience of inter-agency working is essential. A commitment to Sacro’s value base is crucial, as this type of work can be challenging.

Experience of working: with people with complex needs, people who have offended or in a health or social care environment would be preferred.

You may have supervisory responsibility for volunteers and student placements.

A relevant qualification is desirable but is not essential.

Work patterns will vary and may evenings and weekends.

You must be prepared to work within equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory standards and adhere to Sacro’s policies and procedures.

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National Support Manager - North

  • Full time
  • £34,605 – £37,327
  • Aberdeen
  • Closing 17th August 2018

We are looking for a National Support Manager who will be responsible for leading organisational wide projects and manage local services across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Highland and Moray. The post holder will support and deputise for the Director of Operations.

You will be the national lead for specific areas including developing professional practice standards. The post holder should be able to demonstrate a successful track record of leadership in relevant areas, be able to evidence effective partnership working, and experienced in leading and developing teams. You will have a proven track record in developing quality assurance/performance improvement systems, and experience of implementation and review of policy in line with legislative requirements. Your political awareness and knowledge of research will enable you to identify new business, tender and funding opportunities.

Knowledge and experience of criminal justice and/or youth justice services as well as social care arrangements in Scotland will be an advantage as this post will have responsibility for managing such services.

Membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) will be a requirement for this post.

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This vacancy has now closed

Shine Mentor

  • Full time
  • £24,379 – £26,986
  • Edinburgh & West Lothian
  • Closing 25th September 2018

Based in our Edinburgh office, covering Edinburgh and West Lothian areas. The post holder will provide intensive support to women in the criminal justice system, currently serving a prison sentence; remanded into custody or subject of a Community Payback Order and who choose to engage and work with Shine Women’s Mentoring Service. Support needs of women in the criminal justice system vary enormously, examples include: drug and alcohol misuse, experience of abusive and or exploitative relationships, physical and mental issues often alongside chaotic lifestyles resulting from past traumatic experiences. Knowledge of the criminal justice system and experience of working with women within it is desirable.

You should be able to demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills. The ability to work independently and as part of a team is required along with experience of inter - agency working. A commitment to Sacro’s value base is essential, as work with Shine can present challenges for mentors.

A relevant qualification is desirable but is not essential.

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