We provide a safe environment in which people can develop their life skills, and confidence to achieve and maintain recovery and abstinence from their substance misuse, successfully re-integrate into society, and become active, contributing citizens
What’s in it for you?
- A competitive salary
- Pension Scheme
- Exceptional support, training and development
- Flexible working
Temporary Active Recovery Co-ordinator
£17,402 – £24,271
6 September 2019
The Recovery Coordinator is an integral member of a dynamic multi-agency team, delivering comprehensive and tailored individual interventions that will include delivery of a full range of structured, one to one, support.
Independent Nursing Prescriber
£37,750 – £43,000
4 September 2019
We have vacancies for Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registered, qualified Non-Medical Prescribers to join us in Leeds to provide a range of drug and alcohol medical interventions and services.
Take this exciting opportunity to join us and play a part in a service that is ‘at the forefront of leading innovative work ’with‘ kind, compassionate and caring staff, according to its recent CQC report.
£17,333 – £18,867
28 August 2019
You will be required to provide administrative support and oversee the running of reception to provide a team of recovery staff with first-class administrative support, an accommodating approach and a welcoming reception area in a busy Recovery Hub, assisting the integrated team to achieve sustainable treatment outcomes for service users within Leeds.
As directed by the Area Manager, the Senior Administrator will be an integral member of the dynamic multi-agency team, using their abilities and skills to:
- Organise and manage information.
- Provide line management to the administrators and reception staff
- Communicate effectively with a range of people
- Manage a number of priorities
- Keep calm under pressure to ensure your success in this post
Alcohol and Drug Practitioner – Early Help Hub
26 August 2019
There are three exciting new opportunities to support families with drug and alcohol problems as part of a multi- disciplinary team within the Early Help Hubs. These posts will play a critical part in transforming early help and making a difference to children and families.
Candidates will have excellent knowledge of drugs and alcohol and have experience of delivering treatment to this client group. They will also have an excellent understanding of the impact of drugs and alcohol on families and be experienced in safeguarding matters and an advocate of Think Family Work Family approach.