Job and volunteer vacancies with organisations working in the criminal justice system.
Women's Inspire Caseworker (East Sussex)
Brighton Women's Centre
BWC Inspire delivers support for women who are involved in the Criminal Justice System. In line with BWC values, Inspire adopts a relational, trauma-informed, asset-based approach.
The Project Coordinator will play a key leadership role in the project, requiring vision, creativity, a passion for the cause, and excellent relationship building skills.
Join us as a Support Worker and provide motivational support and guidance to our participants, both on an individual and group basis, from initial engagement and assessment through to exit from the programme.
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