1150B – Probation Officer

Type: Contract

Date Posted: 24-Mar-23

Closing Date: 23-Apr-23

Location: Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK9 2YH

Salary: £22.44 to £26.45 per hour

1150B – Probation Officer

Probation Officer

Location – Milton Keynes
Working hours – We can be flexible but min of 15 per week
Pay rate – £22.44 – £26.45 (Depending on experience)

An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced Probation Officer to join our client working in Milton Keynes.
As a successful Probation Officer, you will play a vital role in an Offender Management Team, working directly with service users ranging from low to medium risk.

Job details –

We are looking for one full time and would require them to be able to work both in the office and remotely (50/50 split).
You will have full sentence management responsibilities which would involve you holding your own caseload, delivering face to face as well as telephone appointments, alongside all the other tasks involved in sentence management.

Essential requirements –

Eligible to work in the UK
Degree in criminology, police studies, community justice or criminal justice
Honours Degree/Graduate Diploma and Level 5 Diploma in Probation Practice; or
Diploma in Probation Studies; or Diploma in Social Work (Probation option)
Evidence and experience of working for a recognised provider of probation services for 5 years

Service care solutions is a market leading recruitment company, specialising in the probation sector and recruiting for numerous roles across the country with a wide range of opportunities. Why Service care solutions?

Free DBS and compliance service
Access to exclusive roles that aren’t available from other agencies
Your own dedicated consultant with extensive knowledge
Access to a wide selection of probation job roles across the UK

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