Sodexo Justice Services delivers custodial and community rehabilitation services that challenge offending behaviour, protect the public and offer individuals the opportunity to change their lives for the better.
We deliver the total operation of five prisons within England, Scotland and Wales and own six Community Rehabilitation Companies in partnership with crime reduction charity Nacro.
HMP / YOI Bronzefield is a closed local prison serving courts across the South of England. Our mission is to deliver quality of life services which make a meaningful difference to women in the criminal justice system by supporting them to change their lives for the better.
To achieve this we focus on providing needs-based services and programmes to rehabilitate and improve the well-being of our women.
We house up to 572 women (approximately 14.5% of the national female prison population). The women in our custody have a diverse and complex set of needs and range from mothers and babies, young offenders, life and long term sentenced women, short to mid-term sentenced women, foreign nationals and women on remand.
We have been awarded a bronze accreditation by Investors in People for our commitment to our staff, their development, engagement and investment in a sustainable future.
Full completion of application form on Sodexo careers website by 15 May 2020
Start Date of course : TBC
Number of Jobs Available : 6
Starting salary of £18,072.66 per annum rising by £500 at the end of training and a further £500 at the end of probation + London weighting £3,453 (per annum).
Excellent benefits including free onsite parking, shopping discounts, pension and 28 days holiday. 40 hour shift pattern working week, including evenings, weekends, nights and bank holidays.
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Is this the job for you?
The role of an OSO is fundamental in the running of the prison. OSO’s are essential to the smooth, efficient and effective management of the prison.
The role supports colleagues and visitors across all aspects of the site.
You can demonstrate that you have the interpersonal and communication skills to work with a number of people from diverse backgrounds and experiences and will on occasion be required to deal with confrontation in a professional and appropriate manner.
You have the ability to work within a very structured, repetitive and planned environment and working very closely within a large team
You will be able to maintain site security by controlling access at the gatehouse, searching vehicles and visitors and checking identification
You will display excellent levels of customer service to all visitors to the prison
You will control and issue equipment to colleagues including keys and radios
You will be able to work under pressure and to perform an integral role within the control / CCTV room. You will be the first point of contact for any incident that occurs within the prison and will monitor all movements and activities and this may mean you see things that are upsetting
We encourage you to truly consider your application and would ask you to review the statements below.
such as snow, my car breaks down or there is no public transport.
I also understand that some convictions, whether spent or live, could have an impact on my future employment with Sodexo, these will all need to be disclosed straight away and also during my employment.
The Ideal Candidate
About The Company
In the UK and Ireland, Sodexo employs some 36,000 employees to deliver integrated facilities management services to clients at over 2,000 locations in the energy, corporate, healthcare, education, leisure, defence and justice sectors.
With an annual turnover of over £1bn, we provide everything from catering, cleaning and reception to security, laboratory and grounds maintenance services, enabling our clients to focus on their core business.
At Sodexo we are committed to a leading role in promoting equality opportunities and valuing diversity and inclusion. We seek to create a work environment based on mutual respect for all individuals, building a culture that appreciates and values the experiences and skills brought by each person to benefit our organisation and work hard to ensure that all people, whatever their race, colour, sex, gender identity disability, nationality, national or ethnic origin, religion or belief, marital / partnership or family status, sexual orientation, age, social class, educational background, employment status, working pattern, are welcome to and included within our organisation.
We’re a Disability Confident Leader employer. We’re committed to changing attitudes towards disability, and making sure disabled people have the chance to fulfil their aspirations.
We are building on our support to the Armed Forces community through the development of specific pathways within our recruitment process to support ex-forces personnel and reservists, those applying for jobs with us who meet the ideal candidate criteria for the role advertised are guaranteed to progress to the selection process.