The Probation Chiefs Association is looking for a proactive self starter graduate to assist the PCA Administrator with organising a new programme of monthly seminars. This position requires excellent interpersonal skills and will involve liaising with senior members of probation trusts, external stakeholders and other criminal justice agencies.
The Seminar Co-ordination and Support Assistant will meet with PCA policy leads aiming to hold a seminar, identifying the agenda, theme and aims of each seminar. They will then help with taking these aims forward to the completion and review of seminar. This will include organising rooms and possibly accommodation for overnight seminars, promoting seminars and reporting back on them on the PCA Website and elsewhere. Other duties will consist of producing agendas, seminar packs, delegate lists and offering administrative and reception support at the seminars.
The ideal candidate for this role will possess the following skills:
- An analytical approach to work
- Produce written work of a high quality
- Be able confidently to communicate with a wide range of people
- Be highly organised with the ability to prioritise work and will have excellent time management skills
- Be computer literate or comfortable working with office and web software
This role would be an ideal developmental opportunity for someone interested Criminal Justice matters and the development of reforms in this area. Relevant training will be provided.
This position will involve some travel and possibly nights away.