Criminal Justice Administrator
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- Full Time
Criminal Justice Administrator
Reference number: 94.19
Base: Devon (base negotiable)
Hours: Full time (35 hours per week)
Salary: £17,675 - £18,685 per annum depending on experience
The Criminal Justice Administrator will provide comprehensive administrative support for criminal justice activity, both within our client's Together service and between partner organisations. You’ll support the service in building its relationships with criminal justice agencies, helping to ensure coordinated communication between Together and criminal justice services including the National Probation Service, Community Rehabilitation Companies, Courts, Police and Prisons.
As a Criminal Justice Administrator you’ll be responsible for developing and maintaining record-keeping systems and ensuring safety in the management of our client's prescribing provision including the receipt, storage and stock management of prescriptions. Key tasks will include collating data and maintaining databases, producing reports, updating clinic lists and printing prescriptions, organising meetings and taking minutes, typing letters/reports and other general administrative tasks to support team members and ensure the smooth and effective delivery of the service.
What they’re looking for
You’ll have experience providing administrative support in a service-based environment - ideally you’ll have experience working within the criminal justice system. You’ll be confident in the use of excel and will be able to navigate spreadsheets to produce statistics and reports. In addition, you’ll be able to demonstrate excellent communication, organisation and time management skills and will be confident managing your own priorities in order to carry a diverse workload with competing demands.
Just as importantly, you’ll have a genuine interest in the understanding of substance misuse problems and a positive recovery focused attitude. You’ll be keen to develop professionally, and will demonstrate a high level of integrity and enthusiasm.
You must be willing to travel to other sites for the purpose of service delivery, meetings and training, and to work flexibly across the service if required.
About the organisation
Our client has a positive history of working with people that have drug and alcohol issues and complex lives. Because they focus on what’s strong not what’s wrong their work is highly valued by service users. Increasingly they work with people that have a range of challenges impacting on their wellbeing, building on their strengths, hopes, aspirations and hidden talents. Simply put, they help people to live fulfilling lives.
They can offer you a real opportunity for new, challenging and highly rewarding experiences. Their staff make a real difference to people’s lives and in return for your commitment and enthusiasm, they offer a comprehensive training & development programme, a generous leave package, pension scheme, and a positive, friendly working environment.
Closing date for applications is noon on Wednesday 20th November 2019.
Please ensure that you quote reference 94.19 on your application.
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This charity is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
Candidates are subject to additional checks including DBS (to the appropriate level) and prison vetting - details will be specified as part of the vacancy details. Outcomes of these additional checks will be considered before any offer/appointment is confirmed.
No agencies please.