PEER COMMISSIONER VOLUNTEER - WEST YORKSHIRE
- Location: West Yorkshire
- Voluntary, expenses paid if applicable
- Commitment: 4-5 months, one day a week (on average) minimum
User Voice is looking to recruit people with lived experience to become Peer Commissioners in a project focused on embedding a new restorative justice service across West Yorkshire.
Peer commissioners will co-design and co-facilitate a Market Engagement Event with the Police and Crime office. Once the bids are submitted the Peer Commissioners will review the bids and have the opportunity to interview successful bidders as part of the review process.
This pilot project, which has been commissioned by the Mayor’s Office in West Yorkshire, could potentially change the way that services are commissioned in the community, ensuring lived experience is at the heart of the process.
As part of the role, you will receive accredited training in Peer Commissioning. You will also have the opportunity to work with our National Council, as well as several national consultations that we are running currently.
Equality and diversity
Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS) checks
This post is subject to a standard criminal record check via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). The purpose of the check is to ensure that the nature of the applicant’s criminal record, considered alongside evidence of the their rehabilitation, does not indicate that their employment in this role would put others at risk.
Interviews will be held on an ongoing basis. User Voice reserves the right to hire before the application deadline therefore candidates are recommended to apply as soon as possible.
To apply please contact Gail Bland email@example.com