Jobs & Volunteering

Current positions/vacancies

As Bounce Back continues to expand we have regular vacancies in our teams across the organisation including several for trainers as our delivery in and out of prison grows.

To find out more about working with us, any roles advertised, or to apply contact claire@bouncebackproject.com

TUTORS in PAINTING AND DECORATING, DRY LINING AND MULTI SKILLS

If you are qualified in any of the above and would like to share your skill with others to help them build a future in your industry please contact us. We are looking for several trainers to join our teams delivering our courses in prisons across London and in the community.

We currently recruiting for a Dry Lining Tutor for HMP Brixton. For details please email claire@bouncebackproject.com 

A full Job Description for Multiskills trainer is available here.

We are currently specifically looking for:

SENIOR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST  

Overseeing the management of the Individual Placement & Support programme (IPS) you will ensure that we provide high fidelity, bespoke support to individuals seeking employment and training whilst they continue to be involved in drug & alcohol treatment services within specific London boroughs. A key part of this role will be to lead on an employer engagement strategy and drive relationships with the local authority and partner services. You will be providing supervisory support to a small team of Employment Specialists and work alongside participant key workers and clinical staff to ensure the individuals we are supporting have the full wrap around support to access training and employment opportunities available.

For a full job description click here. Interviewing immediately. Please forward CV & 10 bullet points on why they are the best person for job to claire@bouncebackproject.com

EMPLOYABILITY TUTOR – LONDON AND SOUTH EAST

Ensuring participants have the necessary skills and awareness to (re)enter the world of work and you will be delivering both accredited and non-accredited training working across multiple projects within prisons and our community training centres. Facilitating motivational learning experiences for participants, making sure information is both relevant and wide ranging you will provide our participants a competitive advantage in the job market.

For a full Job Description click here To apply send your CV and 10 bullet points on why you are the best person for the job by close date 15 August. Salary circa £28,000.

Special project roles

We have several positions on our DIVERT programme 

Custody Intervention Coaches

Engaging with young adults during their detention in police custody you will be offering tailored support to enable the achievement of personal aspirations including training and employment goals. You will manage relationships with a broad referral network adopting a multi-agency approach, ensuring your participants have an individual support intervention plan to enable them to thrive. For a full job description click here

Community Resilience Coaches 

Working closely with Custody Intervention Coaches you will ensure a smooth handover of participants in their transition from custody. This includes creating and maintaining a clear individual support plan to enable them to sustain positive outcomes and divert away from a life of crime. For a full job description click here

DIVERT APP Case Manager (Contract to end March 2023) Borough of Camden & Islington.

Managing a caseload of young people, referred from the MET Police DIVERT app, that are offending or at risk of living a life of crime and youth violence you will offer tailored support to enable the achievement of training and employment goals and manage relationships with a broad referral network adopting a multi-agency approach, ensuring your participants have an individual support plans. You will also work closely with our associate partners Engage Camden and the Arsenal Foundation to share best practices and ensure participants are supported in their journey to success. For a full job description click here

Special positions

HEAD OF INNOVATION AND GROWTH

With a deep insight into the operational delivery of current projects, you will fulfil a key role within the senior leadership team, leading on the delivery of successful fundraising for the organisation to help generate and grow income in addition to managing a current portfolio of Trusts and Grants. You will be working closely with our business development colleagues within our parent organisation, Change Grow Live, to secure larger more sustainable contracts that will enable Bounce Back to increase the impact of our work and geographical reach.

For a full job description click here. Applications close 8 August 2022.

Volunteering

If you are enthusiastic and would like to get involved with our work changing the lives of others by volunteering some time please get in touch. We have a number of rewarding roles in a variety of positions including office and more vocational ones.

Or become a fundraising volunteer organising an event to help raise money.

Email recruitment@bouncebackproject.com
Telephone (0)20 7735 1256

Equal opportunities

In accordance with its policy on equal opportunities in employment, Bounce Back will provide equal opportunities to any employee or job applicant and will not discriminate either directly or indirectly because of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital or civil partnership status, age, disability, or pregnancy and maternity.

In order to assess how successful this policy is we have set up a system of monitoring all job applications. Please therefore complete the questions on this form to submit with your application.  Information is treated in strict confidence.

Modern Slavery Policy

We are committed to ensuring there is transparency in our own business and in our approach to tackling modern slavery throughout our partnerships. We expect the same high standards from all the people we work with including our contractors, suppliers and other business partners.   Our policy can be seen by clicking here.

Equal opportunities

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