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Geese is recruiting

Geese is recruiting



Geese Theatre Company is a team of actors and group workers who present interactive drama and conduct workshops, staff training and consultation within the criminal justice system and wider social welfare settings. Over 30 years, the company has earned an international reputation for innovative work with marginalised groups, and is a longstanding member of the […]

Applications now open for our mentoring scheme

Applications now open for our mentoring scheme



Early career practitioners and professionals can now apply for a mentor through the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) Professional Mentoring Scheme for 2020. The scheme, now in its sixth year, shares knowledge of arts and criminal justice across the NCJAA’s network by providing specialist guidance and professional development through a free one-to-one mentoring relationship with an expert in […]

HMPPS grant funding now open

HMPPS grant funding now open



Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service’s (HMPPS) grant programme for 2020-2022 is now open for applications. The grants HMPPS is offering are for activity over two years (April 2020– March 2022) aimed at supporting rehabilitation of people in the criminal justice system. They are open to voluntary sector organisations to support the piloting of new […]

Geese Theatre Company is recruiting

Geese Theatre Company is recruiting



Geese Theatre Company is seeking one male Actor / Groupworker to join its Birmingham-based team. Geese Theatre Company is a team of actors and groupworkers that present interactive drama and conduct workshops, staff training and consultation within the criminal justice system and wider social welfare settings. The company has earned an international reputation for innovative […]

Introduction to playwriting course

Introduction to playwriting course



Everyone has a story to tell. What’s yours? Synergy Theatre Project is recruiting for its latest Introduction to playwriting course. The course is for people with lived experience of the criminal justice system and is free to attend. Meetings will be held on Wednesday evenings (from 9th October to 11th December 2019) at the Royal […]

Join our team

Join our team



Please note this position is now closed Project Manager 4 days a week, £30,689 (FTE £37,849) London Closing date: 2nd September 2019, 5pm We are looking for an experienced Project Manager to deliver and measure the impact of a number of National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) projects. The post holder will be responsible for […]

Call out for artists delivering work with young people in West Mercia

Call out for artists delivering work with young people in West Mercia



Do you provide arts programmes or activities for young people at risk of offending? Would you be interested in delivering work in Herefordshire, Shropshire or Worcestershire from 2020? Arts in probation settings West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner is entering its fourth year of funding arts programmes in probation settings in Worcestershire. Previous grants have […]

Join Inspiring Futures as a Research Associate

Join Inspiring Futures as a Research Associate



Please note this position is now closed The University of Cambridge’s Institute of Criminology seeks to appoint a Research Assistant/Associate [£26,243 – £39,609, full time, Cambridge] for a three-year programme titled Inspiring Futures Footprint. Inspiring Futures Inspiring Futures Footprint is the research component of Inspiring Futures, a National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) initiative to […]

Koestler Arts is hiring ex-prisoner exhibition hosts

Koestler Arts is hiring ex-prisoner exhibition hosts



Koestler Arts is looking to recruit a group of ex-prisoners to invigilate its 2019 national exhibition alongside Southbank Centre’s own Host Team, 7 days a week for the 7-week run. The Exhibition Hosts enhance the public’s experience of the exhibition, and the role provides participants with a strong piece of work experience for their CV […]

The Irene Taylor Trust is recruiting

The Irene Taylor Trust is recruiting



Music and criminal justice charity The Irene Taylor Trust is recruiting for a Personal Development Coordinator [£24,000 – £27,000, London, full-time] to support participants from its programmes with ex-prisoners and young people facing challenging circumstances, Making Tracks and Sounding Out. The successful candidate will be responsible for the pastoral care of participants, supporting them through the course of projects and assisting them in […]