Project Update as at 5 Sep 16
A TIME FOR A REAL CHANGE
Following Brexit, the process of change has been delayed yet again. We can only hope that Theresa May and her new team will continue with the previous agenda of looking upon the majority of prisoners as potential assets / resources, and for a more humane approach to addressing the rehabilitation of offenders.
With the continuing support of Plymouth MPs Oliver Colvile and Johnny Mercer, we currently await confirmation of meetings with new Ministers in order to explain how the Veterans Change Partnership can assist the Government with its prison reform proposals, whilst also reducing current costs and helping to address the needs of veteran families.
Assuming success, we will begin recruiting the staff team.
As a guide, we will be looking for the following people.
- Training Centre Leader / Senior Teacher
- Assistant Justice Liaison Manager and Mentor Coordinator
- 2 x Training Team Leaders
- 4 x Training Coaches
- 4 x Night Support Staff
This team is a vital component of the project . If you are motivated to help others less fortunate than yourself and always willing to go the extra mile, then read on and watch this space over the next two months!
You will be someone who can and does inspire others. You will be an excellent leader and trainer with wide ranging life and specialist skills, as well as empathy and understanding for the military veteran offender, and the impact of their offending behaviour on themselves, their family and their victims.
If you think you meet these essential requirements, then email me with your CV with a covering letter explaining why you believe we should meet you.
We look forward to hearing from you.