MOJ Recovery Co-Ordinator

Substance Misuse Worker Job
Your new company
You will be joining an established organisation which places the service user at the heart of everything they do. This organisation is focused on supporting vulnerable people in the community. This organisation primarily supports service users are whose lives have been held back by a range of social deprivation.

Please note we are recruiting for the regions of Kent, Sussex and Surrey please state your preference location.

These are temporary contracts, temp to perm and permanent positions.

Your new role
  • To deliver excellent drug and alcohol services to service users and their significant others, including family members friends and carers, to facilitate positive outcomes.
  • To manage a case load and coordinate and deliver assessment and evidence-based interventions (brief and structured), recovery planning and aftercare planning.
  • To work collaboratively with colleagues and key stakeholder across multi-disciplinary teams, ensuring adherence with all of the clients policies and Safeguarding principles.
  • Provide high quality, person centred, low threshold services, responding to the individual and diverse needs and preferences of our service users and their significant others.
  • Deliver evidence-based psychosocial one-to-one and group interventions as part of an effectively integrated care package and to take an assertive approach to service user disengagement.
  • Deliver harm reduction advice, guidance and education including the needle & syringe programme delivery, brief and extended recovery interventions, blood borne virus intervention, overdose prevention including naloxone programmes.

What you'll need to succeed
  • Must have experience working with complex clients that have substance misuse addictions.
  • Must be available within a weeks notice
  • Must Have a Hays DBS or a Enhanced DBS on the Update Service - Please note that Hays will process a new Enhanced DBS should you require one.

What you'll get in return
  • Weekly competitive pay
  • To work for a leading charity

What you need to do now
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Job Type
Working Pattern
Charities & Not For Profit
Recovery Worker
£15.00 - £22.00 per hour
Closing date
19 Aug 2022

Talk to a consultant

Talk to Daniel Essery, the specialist consultant managing this position, located in London-Victoria
1st Floor, Ebury Gate, 23 Lower Belgrave Street

Telephone: 020 7259 8724