Project Coordinator Vacancy – London/Surrey/Sussex

Job Title: Project Coordinator

Location: Remote worker post. We have a potential for a combination of posts across Central/South London, Surrey and/or Sussex. We would welcome applications particularly from individuals who would be willing to work across at least 2 of these regions.

Working Arrangements: The post is home-based with regular travel across the designated region(s) for operational delivery. The post-holder will be required to attend the Circles South East Head Office in Didcot on a quarterly basis for team meetings/training events. On occasion, the post-holder may be required to travel to other areas within the wider South East region to support delivery of services.

Reporting to: Senior Manager

Salary: £35,295.

Contract: Permanent. Expenses paid, pension scheme available.

Hours: We would welcome applications from individuals seeking full time, part time or flexible working arrangements. Regular evening work will be required. The role could also include some weekend work however this is more sporadic.

Circles South East is an equal opportunity employer and wishes to have a workforce representative of its local communities. All applicants are welcome. Individuals of Asian ethnicity, Muslim faith and/or individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

The Charity:

Circles South East is a Charity with over 20 years’ experience working in the field of sexual abuse. We are a Public Protection Charity working for and with local communities across the South East and London regions. Our primary purpose is to provide a comprehensive package of support to all whose lives have been impacted by sexual harm. Our vision is to become essentially a “one stop shop” for issues relating to sexual abuse, while at the same time embracing multi-agency working practices.

We provide a range of interventions to support both survivors and perpetrators in their recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration, recognising that each person has a unique set of personal circumstances that will need a tailored response.

Circles South East’s Community Hub addresses the problem of sexual abuse through parents’ child protection courses, victim support and family awareness programmes. We also provide a counselling and support service for survivors of sexual abuse.

Our perpetrator work is designed for individuals who have harmed others sexually. We seek to achieve a reduction in abusive behaviour and an increase in pro-social, community integration by facilitating social inclusion. This is achieved by recruiting, training and supervising volunteers from the local community to provide mentoring, advice, guidance and pro-social modelling to individuals with who are leaving prison after long sentences and are at high risk of repeat offending.

Job Purpose:

We are seeking a full or part time Project Coordinator to oversee the delivery of Circles of Support and Accountability, and other similar services across Central/South London, Surrey and/or Sussex.

We hope to employ an individual with experience of working in the criminal justice system with a detailed understanding of risk assessments in a multi-agency context. The successful applicant must have experience of working with people who have sexually harmed and will be expected to develop and maintain effective partnerships with statutory and voluntary agencies. They will be responsible for the management and supervision of project volunteers and for coordinating information sharing and accountability between the service and partnership agencies. Project Coordinators are required to assess the suitability of potential service users for our services. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the delivery of the Circles SE Specialist Training Programme to external agencies.

Please contact Ashleigh Palombo on 01235 816050 for an application pack and further information or alternatively please email your request to:

Closing date for applications: Midnight Monday 27th May 2024

Interview Date: provisionally Wednesday 12th June 2024 in London (subject to confirmation).

We are happy to consider any reasonable adjustments that candidates may need during the recruitment process and you will be asked to include these on your application.