External Program Facilitators deliver a range of accredited and approved programs to offenders in custody and the community, on behalf of Corrective Services (CSNSW).
Offenders who pose the greatest risk of reoffending will be targeted in a new $237 million plan managed by Corrective Services NSW to reduce reoffending in NSW.
The new plan will provide more rehabilitation programs and enhanced supervision to priority offenders and will have a particular emphasis on the critical period before and after prisoners are released from custody. Trained and supported program facilitators are vital to reduce the annual rate of adult reoffending by five per cent by 2019.
Corrective Services NSW are looking for people who are able to work independently, with a high level of integrity, and are willing to work with mandated offenders. Ideally, applicants will have an understanding of evidence based practice underlying offender services and programs, and related administrative processes such as detailed record keeping. CSNSW will provide training (if required) and ongoing assessment and support.
All applications will be assessed by CSNSW Statewide Programs staff. If you are approved to become external facilitator with CSNSW, you will be paid for each program you deliver. You will also be reimbursed for time spent in preparing sessions and session debriefing.
Applications are submitted via a secure website. You will be required to create an account before you are able to submit an application.
(Click the Apply Now button below to start a new application or resume a saved application)
If you are unable to access the online application please contact the CSNSW Offender programs unit via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current employees of CSNSW are ineligible to apply via this scheme. Contact the offender programs unit for more information.
Compendium of CSNSW programs
External Facilitator requirements
Call to deliver reoffending reduction programs
Statement of business ethics for contractors and suppliers to CSNSW