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We're hiring - Trainer & Practitioner

Location: Cardiff, CF24 3AD

Salary: £28,350 per annum

Contract: Permanent, Full Time 


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We are seeking a Trainer / Practitioner with experience in Restorative Approaches to join our small, friendly team based in the centre of Cardiff.   


The role is diverse and you will be responsible for delivering high quality training alongside delivering restorative practice work across Wales.  The role will involve some travel and the occasional overnight stay.


We are currently offering a mix of face to face and on-line services therefore you will need excellent I.T. skills including Zoom and Teams experience. 


As our Trainer / Practitioner, you will be responsible for:


  • Delivering high quality training, both face to face and on-line
  • Day to day management of practice cases including complex and sensitive cases
  • Monitoring and evaluating training and practice activities
  • Updating the My RJ Case Management system
  • Health & Safety (in the capacity of Operational lead - training will be provided if required)
  • Working with the Lead Trainer to plan and deliver training to internal staff
  • Ensuring regular supervision sessions are carried out commensurate to the activities being delivered
  • Contributing to project work as directed by the Lead Trainer and the Senior Leadership Team
  • Ensuring best practice guidelines are adhered to including RJC standards
  • Undertaking any other duties, as required, appropriate to the post


In order to be successful in this role, you must have experience of:


  • Restorative Justice and Restorative Approaches casework
  • Working restoratively
  • Being a qualified Trainer / Facilitator / Teacher, with the ability to deliver face to face and on-line
  • Working with complex and sensitive cases and experience of working with individuals dealing with trauma
  • Working towards Restorative Justice Council (RJC) quality marks and standards
  • Working with diverse communities
  • T. systems including Outlook, Word, Excel, Zoom and Microsoft Teams, to an excellent standard


Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership – About us:


We are a sector leading, award winning, innovative multi-stakeholder co-operative and community interest company.


We bring together staff and agencies with decades of diverse restorative professional experience, offering sector leading and bespoke training, consultation, and expert practice throughout Wales and the UK.


We support the building, maintaining and repairing of relationships across five core service areas: criminal justice, education, families, communities, and business.


If you are successful, you will gain:


  • A place in a family friendly, flexible organisation with a competitive salary + benefits.
  • A dedicated team around you, making a difference to the lives of the people that they work with.
  • The opportunity to showcase your skills and knowledge and develop those skills within a supportive environment and ongoing continual professional development.


If you feel you have the necessary skills and experience to be successful in this role CLICK HERE to download an application pack and return to