Housing, Community and Neighbourhoods


MoJ Co-Ordinator

£36,000 to £40,000




MoJ Co-Ordinator – Up to Circa £36,000 - £40,000 + Great Perks

Reference: 634427
Location: Leighton Buzzard

The business is seeking someone to work in a diverse role to work within their Luton office, with the opportunity to work alongside supported housing officers which will aid prison leavers and ex-offenders, to ensure a smooth reintegration and that the conditions of the parole are met.
As the MoJ Co-ordinator, you will also play a key role in developing connections within the local community, which will allow you to support these individuals immensely.

Why is this an exciting opportunity?
This role will play a key part in changing the lives of those who are trying to get their lives back on track and positively reintegrate into society, it will also play an immensely impactful role in reducing rates of reoffence, helping service users get back on track, while making sure the procedures and regulations are implemented and followed accordingly. This will be a highly rewarding role operating within a team of likeminded professionals and manage a team of Housing Support Officers, who will help to establish internal networks.

Key responsibilities:
  • Being the point of call for field based staff, ensuring they have the required support to carry out their role effectively.
  • Managing HPT team to establish a strong relationship and ensure the service is operating smoothly.
  • Answering and responding to emergency call efficiently.
  • Managing schedules and data surrounding holidays and planned absences to ensure adequate cover across the regions.
  • Managing stock and overseeing expenses.
  • Establishing relationships with third parties e.g. local charities and other partner agencies.

The successful Housing Officer will have:
  • Experience of working with ex-offenders either within the capacity of a support worker and housing officer.
  • Experience within the probation service or prison service will also be considered.
  • Experience and knowledge surrounding CAS3.
  • Experience of managing their own diary, working autonomously and have the ability to prioritise.

This role will operate based from their Luton Office, and provide autonomy to manage good portions of your diary promoting a good work life balance. The organisation also offer a competitive salary of up to circa £40,000, with a company vehicle and fuel card. In addition, they offer 21 days annual leave plus bank holidays, rising to 26 days with service, a health cash plan and a company expense card.

If you are interested in discussing this further, please get in touch asap to ensure you're considered for the opportunity!