Do you have a commitment to making a difference to peoples lives, are you passionate about supporting people to achieve long-term change. We are looking for someone who can demonstrate an empathy with our clients and possess the skills necessary to support and motivate our clients to develop and achieve their own recovery capital.
We are looking for someone who has experience of working within a residential addiction treatment setting, who can demonstrate an empathy with our clients and possess the skills necessary to support and motivate our clients to develop and achieve their own recovery capital.
You will be expected to deliver group workshops to our clients and possess the practical skills needed to support them with such matters as housing and financial/benefits claims. Additionally you will be responsible for holding a case load of clients.
Applicants should be comfortable with lone working, be confident to seek and give support to other lone working colleagues. This is an interesting role and offers the successful candidate an opportunity to contribute to an expanding organisation whilst at the same time developing their own skills and experience.
Shifts are worked on a fixed rota which include some weekends and bank holidays.
Hours: 35 hours per week to include some weekends and bank holidays
Holidays: 25 days holiday pa plus statutory
Salary: £19,890 - £20,750 pa dependant on experience
Pension: Auto Enrolment Pension (6% employer/2% employee )
This is an opportunity for new, challenging and highly rewarding experiences. Our staff make a real difference to people’s lives and in return for your commitment and enthusiasm we offer a comprehensive training and development programme a generous pension scheme and a positive working environment.
The Nelson Trust is committed to safeguarding, successful applicant will be required to undergo an enhanced Children & Adults DBS check
The Nelson Trust is committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce and welcomes applications from individuals across all sectors of society.
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