Safer communities, healthier lives


Our work is all about people and about making their lives better.

To be successful our people are key in delivering effective services and we recruit the best possible people to join our team.

CRI is committed to providing its staff with opportunities for personal and professional development. We provide an internal training and development programme and aim to keep all our people up to date with new legislation and trends in social care work, with specialist training provided as required. Where appropriate, staff undertake external training courses in line with their development needs.

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Working at CRI

We offer excellent career and development opportunities and the potential to really make a difference to people’s lives.

CRI currently employs around 1,530 people.

We are an equal opportunities employer and have been awarded Investors in People.

Working With You

Rewards and benefits We offer a competitive salary, 25 days annual leave (rising to 30 days per annum) and a generous contributory pension scheme.

Career planning  You will be given plenty of opportunities to acquire the skills, experience and competency you need to advance and develop your career within CRI.

Making your mark  We value individual creativity and initiative and you will be encouraged to contribute your ideas to the development of services.

Supportive colleagues  There is a strong team spirit in CRI and you will be well supported by your colleagues as you face the many new challenges ahead.

Developing partnerships  You will work closely with colleagues in our many partner organisations and be involved in developing and enhancing those partnerships.

Listening to you We will give you plenty of opportunities to make your voice heard.

Supporting You

Probation and induction All new staff have a six month induction and probationary period and receive a formal induction and copies of human resource policies.  Supervision New staff have regular supervision during their probationary period and monthly supervision thereafter. Supervision is a dynamic two-way process and is based on a shared agenda.

Performance development framework You will also receive a detailed cyclical performance development framework which will be used to identify your personal development plans and set clear targets and goals for your work.

Personal and professional development  You will be given opportunities for personal and professional development, including internal and external training courses and time off to pursue relevant higher education qualifications.

“Working for CRI gives you the opportunity to really make a difference to people’s lives. Instead of just talking about it, we get out there and do it.”  - CRI Staff Member

If you'd like to work with CRI, please search our vacancies.

Salary £21,145 - £24,817 plus £580.50 Outer London Fringe per annum
Hours 37.5 hours per week
Closes 13th March, 2015
Ref KC1602
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Service ReNew: Criminal Justice - Hull
Salary £21,145.50 - £24,817.50 per annum pro rata
Hours 37.5 hours per week
Closes 11th March, 2015
Ref NM297
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Service Camden Safer Streets Team
Salary £24,817 - £28,314 plus £3,490 per annum
Hours 37.5 hours per week
Closes 10th March, 2015
Ref KC1604
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Salary Dependent on role
Hours 37.5 hours per week
Closes 30th April, 2015
Ref MP646
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Service West Kent Recovery Service - CRI Central Services
Salary £25,798.50- £31,414.50 per annum (pro rata for part-time)
Hours Hours: Full & Part-time positions
Closes 31st March, 2015
Ref MP543
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Service Southend Gateway Substance Misuse Service
Salary £19,318.50 - £20,542.50 plus £580.50 OLF per annum pro rata
Hours 37.5 hours per week
Closes 13th March, 2015
Ref KC1595
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Service Camden Drug Interventions Programme (DIP)
Salary £26,667 - £29,979 plus £3,456 Inner London Weighting per annum pro rata
Hours 37.5 hours per week
Closes 6th March, 2015
Ref KC1593
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Service East Sussex drug and alcohol recovery service (STAR)
Salary £23,256 - £27,509 per annum pro rata. NB: Potentially there is a tied property available to rent at £700pcm
Hours 37.5 hours per week
Closes 13th March, 2015
Ref MP642
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