We are the official independent body that investigates potential miscarriages of justice.
Tackling complex matters, across a broad range of criminal cases, we have dealt with some of the most serious miscarriages of justice of the last 50 years.
Although rare, sometimes something goes so wrong in a criminal case that it leads to an unsafe conviction. There might not have been a crime at all, the wrong person may have been convicted, or the process might have failed so significantly that the conviction is unsafe.
- Can you spot the crucial flaw in the case that everyone else missed at trial and on appeal?
- Do you have what’s needed to put right what has gone wrong?
- Are you sharp-minded, impartial, resourceful, inquisitive, tenacious and good at analysing evidence with a cool head?
- Are you articulate – able to communicate highly complex information, both orally and in writing, adapting to your audience effectively?
- Can you manage a varied portfolio of challenging cases with a positive, problem solving, attitude?
If so, we would be delighted to hear from you about our Case Review Manager vacancies. This role is fascinating and rewarding, allowing you a 360o vantage point on a range of criminal cases.
Full/Part-time/Flexible Working (Minimum 18 hours per week)
Working remotely – attending our Birmingham office only when necessary.
We are committed to being a diverse organisation. We welcome and encourage individuals from Black, Asian and Minority backgrounds to apply for this role. We also welcome and encourage applications from people from socially disadvantaged backgrounds.
For further information and to apply: https://ccrc.gov.uk/about-us/jobs/
Closing date: 11.55pm on Sunday 6 June 2021