What is it like to work in probation at the Cheshire & Greater Manchester Community Rehabilitation Company? There are lots of roles from office administrator, finance, human resources, as well as working as case managers and Community Payback supervisors working directly with offenders.
Read our people’s stories as the talk about a day in their life working in the probation service. Click on the names below.
“There is opportunity for development and I am working towards becoming a qualified Senior Case manager. This involves intensive training, a degree at Sheffield Hallam University, and professional discussions, alongside my current responsibilities. This is tough going at times but I feel I’m learning a lot and making positive progress.”
“Community Payback offers offenders the chance to experience work life, the rewards it can bring, friendships and positive mentors and feedback. When done correctly, I believe there is no better way to re-engage offenders back into society than Community Payback.”
“I joined probation to make a difference, to support change and help people become better humans. I have seen first-hand the difficulties faced in my community and I am grateful to be able to help people and reduce crime. I take great satisfaction from the work we carry out and I am confident in saying we make our area a safer place.”