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.

Current vacancies

Administration Officer

  • Full time
  • £24,184
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 3rd August 2021

Community Justice Scotland are looking to recruit an Administration Officer to cover a maternity leave. This is a key role is providing support to the wider team and will require someone who is good at building relationships and has strong communication skills.

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Caledonian National Trainer and Advisor

  • Full time
  • £38,541
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 23rd March 2021

Community Justice Scotland are recruiting for a Caledonian National Trainer and Advisor. This is a key role within our organisation and as such you will need to have significant knowledge and understanding of the Caledonian System and extensive experience in delivery of the system. The role will involve providing professional and practice advice in relation to delivery of all aspects of the Caledonian System to new and existing authorities.

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Top job! Improvement Lead

  • Full time
  • £38,541
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 4th May 2021

Community Justice Scotland - CJS - believes that smart justice, based on the best evidence of what works to prevent offending, will make Scotland a safer place to live.

CJS is looking for a dynamic person who will help drive our multi-faceted Improvement work to deliver smart justice.

Working with those in local Community Justice Partnerships, statutory justice bodies, the third sector and Scottish Government, you will, alongside other Improvement Team colleagues and across CJS teams, participate in a range of high-profile strategic initiatives to support the aims of the National Strategy for Community Justice and the CJS corporate plan.

Using your well-developed influencing skills you will engage with local partnerships on the development of their local community justice plans. Building on your knowledge and understanding of community justice you will also contribute to national guidance that reflects the different needs and challenges faced by local areas across Scotland. Working within the wider Team you will also lead the implementation of key recommendations in our recently published report, https://communityjustice.scot/documents/Community-Justice-Outcome-Activity-Across-Scotland--Annual-Report-2019-2020/.

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Top job! Head of Communications

  • Full time
  • £49,420 – £61,617
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 6th July 2021

This role is an excellent opportunity for an experienced communications professional confident working across the full spectrum of communication disciplines and with a passion for driving change. You will have experience of working at a senior level and using a range of tools and tactics to speak to a wide range of audiences from organisations and government to the public. You will have a strong understanding of and demonstrable experience of developing communication strategies designed to persuade, change minds and provoke action. This role is occupies a pivotal position within Community Justice Scotland and afford the candidate the opportunity to help shape the future direction of the organisation.

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Project Officer (RRT)

  • Full time
  • £30,654
  • Edinburgh. CJS offers flexible working.
  • Closing 27th July 2021

You will have a key role in the Recover Renew Transform (RRT) project to help Community Justice Scotland contribute and influence the direction of Community Justice activity by providing a strong evidence base and excellent analytical skills.

The role will involve supporting the RRT project lead by working through complex data from the justice system to drive forward change. You will have experience of working with large and complex data sets, providing research and analytical expertise to inform decision making. We are looking for someone who has worked in a project setting and has excellent time management and organisation skills and an ability to deliver multiple projects at pace.

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