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Staff Resettlement Services:

Red Snapper provides re-settlement services for front line crime and offender management staff that are to be made redundant.

This service is designed to be both proactive and informative for the candidates and clients. With our extensive knowledge of and time within this sector we are able to provide a service that is a true benefit to any person facing redundancy. Each job seeker is allocated an advisor who will provide ongoing support and proactively approach new employers on your behalf.

Red Snapper can help with key recruitment processes such as CV writing advice and appraisal, job hunting methods and ongoing career training advice to ensure that the right opportunity is within your grasp.

Permanent Recruitment:

If you are looking for your next permanent role in the Justice Sector then RSR has many opportunities that should match your skill set. With clients UK wide Justice frequently represents a wide variety of roles in Probation and Rehabilitation.

Temporary/ contract Recruitment:

If contract roles offer you the flexibility with your career that you desire then RSR Justice can aid your job hunt through our extensive connections to short and medium term job opportunities.

The majority of our temporary roles offer stability as our agency staff often remain in placed positions for a year or longer in roles such as;

  • Qualified Probation Officers
  • Probation Service Officers
  • Youth Offending Officers
  • Community Payback Supervisors
  • Approved Premises Supervisors
  • ISSP Practitioners
  • Substance Misuse Specialists
  • Restorative Justice Specialists
  • PSR writers
  • Referral Order Coordinators
  • Accredited Behaviour Programme Tutors
  • CARAT Workers
  • PPO Officers
  • Skills and Employment Advisors
  • Resettlement and Housing Specialists
  • Commissioners
  • Arrest Referral Workers
  • Victim Liaison Support
  • Family Intervention Project Officers

Last edited: 31st May 2018