Join the team at Justice and Care

We bring together specialists to fight slavery and human trafficking. In the UK the team includes people with experience working at the heart of Government, in the media, think tanks, the police and large charities.

If you join the team at Justice and Care you’ll be helping us rescue victims of slavery and human trafficking. We empower them to rebuild their lives. We work with the police to pursue and dismantle criminal networks and bring perpetrators to justice. We secure communities at risk from traffickers and spark systemic change.

Justice and Care is an equal opportunities employer, values diversity and is strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. We particularly welcome applications from underrepresented groups and minorities. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

It is a dynamic place to work.  We don’t often recruit, but when we do you can find vacancies listed below:

Victim Navigator (East Midlands Special Operations)
Location: This role will be co-located in Nottinghamshire Police Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Unit and Leicestershire Police Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Unit.

This two-year pilot project is testing the effectiveness of co-locating a Justice and Care Victim Navigator within the East Midlands Special Operations Unit, to broker and manage contact with victims of slavery and human trafficking.

You’ll be involved in helping victims navigate and secure more support post-identification – including access to statutory help and provision through advocacy; establishing greater trust and engagement between victims, the police and the wider criminal justice process; releasing police time; working into source countries and learning lessons for systemic change.

To be considered as a Victim Navigator, you will need:

  • Relevant experience working with vulnerable people
  • To be passionate about doing whatever you can to combat modern-day slavery
  • Excellent networking, communication, diplomacy and listening skills
  • An adaptable and self-motivated approach
  • A full, valid driving licence, access to your own vehicle and a willingness to travel as needed

Download full Job Description. To apply for this role, please send applications by email to Please include your full CV and a covering letter of no more than 500 words setting out your suitability for and interest in this post. Please also outline whether you have the right to live and work in the UK.

The deadline for application is 12 pm UK time, Monday 3rd January 2022.

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