The Inspire Caseworker will deliver targeted casework interventions for women in the Criminal Justice System, both on Probation and in Breach or at risk of Breach. She* will deliver bespoke, holistic, one-to-one support across multiple pathways of need, adopting a woman-centred, trauma-informed approach.
BWC Inspire delivers support for women who are involved in the Criminal Justice System. In line with BWC values, Inspire adopts a relational, trauma responsive, asset based approach. Inspire supports women across a range of underlying needs with the overarching aim of supporting women to move out of the Criminal Justice System and improve their access to a range of services.
The From Court to Support initiative is an Inspire project specifically aimed at supporting women at Breach Court or at breach threshold with the aim of diverting women away from custodial sentences.
Responsible to: Inspire Senior Practitioner
Working hours: 35 hours per week within normal office hours 9am – 5pm. Occasional out of hours may be required. Local travel will be expected.
Work location: Inspire staff are based in Brighton, West Sussex and East Sussex. This role will focus on West Sussex primarily
Contract details: Fixed term until March 2023
Application deadline: 5pm, Monday 30 May 2022
Interview date: TBC
For the full job description, person specification and more information on BWC please download the Job Application pack. To apply please complete an application form and equalities monitoring form and return these to email@example.com before the deadline.
We do not accept CVs.
BWC is committed to inclusion and diversity and actively encourage applications from women from a variety of backgrounds, and with a range of skills and experiences. We are particularly interested to hear from women who have personal experience of the criminal justice system, those with disabilities and those from Black or Racially Minoritised Communities who are currently under-represented in the organisation.
*This post is restricted to self-identifying women only as a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9 paragraph 1, Equality Act 2010 and is subject to an enhanced DBS check.