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What it’s like working as a Community Payback placement coordinator

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Community Payback placement coordinators play a key role in ensuring people sentenced to Community Payback are allocated to appropriate unpaid work projects. If you have good organisational and communication skills, plus an eye for detail, read what Mia has to …

“I absolutely love my job. Seeing the difference I can make is so special.”

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"I can’t make people change, but I can help plant the seed and support them to do so." Community Payback (CP) supervisor Jane gives us an insight into her work, the skills she brings to the role, and what she …

“Why I like working as a Community Payback supervisor.”

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Community Payback (CP) supervisors lead teams of people on probation to do unpaid work in the community and make positive changes to get their lives back on track. If you're a people person and looking for a rewarding career, find …

"Becoming a Community Payback supervisor is a great career choice.”

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Since joining the Probation Service as a community payback (CP) supervisor 23 years ago, Ali Searle has never looked back. She tells us what she’s learnt along the way, why she’s still so passionate about working in CP now, and …