Community Peer Mentors Area Coordinator

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Job Description

Community Peer Mentors Area Coordinator
The South Durham Area. However, you will also be expected to provide support for other members of the team when required; therefore, you must be prepared to travel anywhere in County Durham or Darlington
£24,716 plus mileage and telephone allowances
Temporary a minimum of 18 months
37 hours per week, working Monday to Friday

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Office of the Durham Police and Crime Commissioner as a Community Peer Mentor Area Coordinator. Community Peer Mentors empower change, reduce vulnerability and provide a voice for the unheard. This fantastic support is given to anyone whatever their background or circumstances, whether victim, survivor, perpetrator, prison leaver or someone forgotten or neglected by society.

Closing date:
Friday, October 28, 2022
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