16+ Development and Evaluation Lead

RJ Working
Charities and Social Enterprise
Salary Details
£19,500 -£21,750 ( pro rata £26,000 - £29,000)
Job Type
Part Time
Closing Date
The 16+ Development and Evaluation lead will be responsible for delivery of programmes and building relationships with colleges and universities to support the on-going development of a restorative culture in their establishments.

Job Description

The 16 + Development and Evaluation Lead’s will:

Develop and deliver of programmes to 16-25 year olds and adults

Build on opportunities with FE Colleges and universities  to increase the reach of programmes

Co-design further provision for students that will see Restorative Practice be more widely accessible for students and become part of the college or university culture with students at the forefront of leading this, providing opportunities for young people to progress their visible leadership of Restorative Practice.

Be the lead for evaluation in the organisation.


Company Description

We are a charitable organisation based in Cornwall with a small multi -disciplinary team of highly skilled staff whose expertise and backgrounds include education, social work, youth work, probation, arts and community activism.The RJ working team uses Restorative Practice to engage young people and children in better looking after themselves and each other, through innovative training and groupwork in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly’s schools’ colleges and communities. We also train adults working in the education sector to support young people taking the lead in restorative practice development

Our mission

Restorative Practice equips young people children and families with the principles language and confidence to build more compassionate and fairer communities. It's a way of encouraging creative responses to conflict and harm through understanding and valuing difference. Our mission is to support school and college communities and,most importantly,young people across Cornwall and theIsles of Scilly to introduce and use restorative approaches and practice restorative skills and knowledge. Our organisation is committed to supporting young people taking the lead in Restorative Practice development, and engaging others to support their leadership.

Our vision

We believe that every child and young person deserves to learn Restorative principles and language to support them at school or college, at home in everyday life, in their communities and in their future workplace

Other Application Details

This is an exceptional opportunity for a dynamic,individual with drive and energy who is committed to social justice and who is keen to develop their leadership skills and experience. We are anticipating applications from candidates from a range of sectors with differing work and life experiences.The role involves delivery of programmes and training aswell as buildingrelationships with colleges and universities to support theon-goingdevelopment of a restorative culture in their establishments. Both the two roles include development and growth responsibilities and we see the potential for the 2 appointed candidates to mutually support each otherand collaborate in developing and taking on further leadership within RJ Working and contributing to strategic development and growth of the organisation.


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