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Vacancy: Clinks, National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance – Development Officer
Home based, with an option of office space in Birmingham, subject to Covid-19 restrictions
Full time, permanent
£32,670, plus 6% pension contribution
The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) is the leading national network supporting the arts and creative practice in criminal justice settings. Our aim is to ensure the arts are used within the criminal justice system as a springboard for positive change. The NCJAA is part of Clinks, which supports, represents and advocates for the voluntary sector in criminal justice, enabling them to provide the best possible opportunities for individuals and their families. Our vision is of a vibrant, independent and resilient voluntary sector that enables people to transform their lives.
We are seeking a dynamic individual with excellent relationship building skills to develop and strengthen the NCJAA network in all regions of the UK, with initial focus on the West Midlands and the North West. The role involves inspiring and developing best practice and capacity across arts and criminal justice, feeding into local and national policy to support the NCJAA to promote the role of arts in criminal justice settings. This is an exciting and challenging time for the right candidate to join our team and be an integral part of this innovative area of work.
Please note that all NCJAA/Clinks staff are currently working from home. Therefore the activities associated with this role will primarily take place through online channels/digital communication. As Covid-19 restrictions ease, this role will increasingly require travel to and attendance at face to face meetings and events.
Please find the job description and application form here:
For more information regarding our work please visit the NCJAA website at www.artsincriminaljustice.org.uk.
To discuss the position further please contact Rebecca Hammond, Interim Director, NCJAA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The deadline for applications is 9am, 9th November 2020
- Interviews will take place online on 18th and 19th November.
This post is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, so there is no requirement to disclose any convictions.
CVs will not be accepted. Please complete the application form and return to email@example.com.
Please note the deadline was previously 2nd November and has been extended. If you have already applied but are now unable to meet the new interview dates, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your options.
With regret, we are unable to notify non-shortlisted applicants. If you do not hear from us by the interview date, please assume that you were unsuccessful on this occasion.