Date Added: 21 June 2022
: 4 July 2022
Job Title: Innovative Practice Intern
Working For: Centre for Justice Innovation
Salary: £11.05 p/h (London Living Wage)
Length of Contract: 4 months
The Centre for Justice Innovation seeks to build a justice system which all of its citizens believe is fair and effective. We champion practice innovation and evidence-led policy reform in the UK’s justice systems. We are a registered UK charity.
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic intern to help in the delivery of the Centre’s work to identify and champion innovative practice across the criminal justice system. The position is full-time for a fixed period of four months starting in August 2022 and pays London Living Wage.
You will primarily work on updating and expanding our Map of Innovation. This requires updating current case studies and undertaking research to locate new candidates from across the UK to produce a number of in-depth case studies for the Centre's website. You will also support the practice team to organise a small seminar-style event to promote innovative practice in the criminal justice sector, which will take place towards the end of the internship and will include a guest speaker. You will also support the Policy and Communications team by promoting our work on our website and our social media channels. This will give you an opportunity to get involved in different strands of our work and learn about a wide range of justice projects that exist across the UK.
The position will also involve supporting the Centre’s work more generally, for example by helping to design and organise workshops for practitioners, and our upcoming problem-solving court conference. The successful candidate will have excellent organisational skills, an interest in criminal justice and be able to demonstrate strong writing, communication and research skills.
It is the policy of the Centre for Justice Innovation to treat all employees and job applicants fairly and equally regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, age, disability, offending history or trade union membership status.
The Centre operates a range of flexible working policies to ensure that all employees can create a positive work/life balance and ensure their work is positively structured alongside family and other caring responsibilities. These policies include flexible working hours, time off in lieu, and remote working and remote collaboration tools.
Closing Date: 4 July 2022
The deadline for applications is 5pm.
Interviews will be held at our office or on Zoom on Wednesday 20th July and Thursday 21st July 2022. The role will begin in August 2022.
We look forward to hearing from you!
For full details about the role and to apply, please visit: http://justiceinnovation.org/about-us/vacancy/