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The post holder will need to have good judgement, a flexible approach, be open to change and be able to present the role of the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman’s office in a positive way.
- Arranging factual accuracy checking/ advance disclosure of draft reports, where necessary; considering any comments received; and proposing amendments where appropriate in order to produce final reports.
- Any other appropriate tasks as required.
- Liaising with stakeholders and partner agencies as necessary throughout investigations.
- Attending establishments across England and Wales to conduct investigations and interviews and to undertake other related tasks where necessary. To facilitate these visits, you may need to start early, finish late or stay overnight near an establishment.
- Investigating cases according to our quality, quantity and timeliness objectives.
- Supporting the wider work of the office through cross-office projects, mentoring, supporting the work of team members, etc.
- Drafting letters and investigation reports in plain English ensuring that they are clear and accurate and demonstrate the case has been fully investigated. Setting out the facts clearly and comprehensively, as well as the analysis and considerations that led to the final conclusions. This will include making recommendations, if required, and identifying areas of good practice.
- The ability to draft investigation products so that the message is clear, simple, accurate and well-evidenced with realistic and meaningful conclusions.
- The ability to analyse and make a sound judgement based on multiple and sometimes conflicting evidence.
Company: Ministry of Justice
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: London, England, UK
Application Deadline: N/A