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Resettlement Peer Mentor, Volunteer Support & Accreditation Lead

Advice, Charity, Crime
£22,567 to £23,985 Pro-Rata
Part Time
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Everyone has the right to be safe.
Safer Wales is a leading provider of innovative resettlement and
advocacy services.

Resettlement Peer Mentor, Volunteer Support & Accreditation Lead –based at HMP Eastwood Park Gloucestershire

Safer Wales has an exciting opportunity for a Resettlement Peer Mentor, Volunteer Support & Accreditation Lead to support the delivery of an integrated resettlement service within HMP Eastwood Park.

Working with the resettlement team including a team of volunteers to support the co-ordination of gender-informed resettlement services to women based within HMP Eastwood Park. Duties will vary and range from volunteer support to the delivery of one-to-one and group work support to help women prepare and aiding their transition back in to the community.

Hours:21:45 hours per week. Part time/job share or flexible hours will be considered.

Salary: £22,567.43 - £23,265.45 - £23,985 pro rata on a fixed term basis to 1st September 2020, may be extended subject to funding.

Location: This post is based at HMP Eastwood Park, Gloucestershire. Some travel to Safer Wales Office and Styal is expected.

All applicants must complete an application form. Go to for an application form and return completed applications to

Closing date for Applications: 21/11/2018

Interview dates: 29/11/2018 through to and including 12/12/2018

As well as a competitive salary, Safer Wales provides:-

  • A range of generous benefits, including the Safer Wales Pension scheme
  • Positive and proactive approach to personal development
  • career development through vocational qualifications
  • actively promotes diversity and inclusion
  • an environment which offers family friendly policies, generous paid parental leave and flexible working
  • a commitment to your health and wellbeing at work

This vacancy is only open to female applicants as an occupational requirement exception under Sch 9 of the Equality Act 2010. This vacancy is subject to Enhanced DBS and prison vetting.