Proposed Salary £ 32,029
Career Level Staff
Experience 2 Years
Qualifications Bachelor's Degree
We have an exciting opportunity to lead a new 3 year project, funded by the Lloyds Bank Foundation. Clinks’ Stronger Voice project aims to strengthen the voice and influence of the voluntary sector in order to affect positive change in the criminal justice system. Through a programme of information, collaboration, training and capacity building the project will support the criminal justice voluntary sector to be confident, informed, coordinated and evidence based in its messaging.
Clinks supports, represents and advocates for the voluntary sector in criminal justice, enabling them to provide the best possible opportunities for individuals and their families. Our vision is of a vibrant, independent and resilient voluntary sector that enables people to transform their lives.
We are seeking an experienced project manager with a strong track record of coordinating and delivering activities to fulfill project objectives and meet specific milestones and targets. You will have an excellent understanding of the role of the voluntary sector and the criminal justice system in order to develop a programme of training and support to ensure voluntary organisations can influence for positive change. The role involves supporting organisations to have a confident voice with informed, coordinated and evidenced messaging and building partnerships and facilitating relationships between the voluntary sector and senior criminal justice system stakeholders. The successful candidate will be part of our respected policy team but work collaboratively with teams across the organisation.
- 3 days per week (0.6 F.T.E.)
- £32,029 pa pro rata plus 6% pension contribution
- 25 days annual leave
- Office base: London based with potential for remote working
Clinks is an equal opportunities employer and individuals with direct experience of the criminal justice system and/or with protected characteristics are actively encouraged to apply. This post is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, there is no requirement to disclose any convictions.