Charity registered in Scotland SC010422
FASS is based in Kirkcaldy and its objectives are to promote the prevention and early detection of alcohol and drug related problems and ancillary problems including other addictions, mental health and social well-being, and to provide treatment and support towards recovery for individuals experiencing such problems.
An Administrator is required within our busy Counselling Services Department. Excellent communication skills and an ability to work as part of a team in a confidential setting is essential.
Accurate input of data into the agency’s bespoke Management Information System is required of the post holder, as is a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
Curnie Clubs are looking to recruit two generic Counsellors to provide digital media counselling for Curnie club members in the first instance, but also to give counselling support to the wider of Fife population. Curnie Clubs helps people living with issues arising from social isolation.
The successful candidate will ideally have a Diploma/Accredited counselling qualification. The post presents an excellent opportunity for professional development of counselling and digital media skills.
If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please complete an application form and return to Jim Bett, Service Manager.
A Full-time Administrator is required to provide an efficient administrative service to Fife Alcohol Support Services.
Competancy in using data management systems is required of the post holder as is a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
Excellent communication skills and an ability to work as part of a team in a confidential service is essential.
OBJECTIVES OF THE POST
To provide an efficient administrative service to Fife Alcohol Support Services. Undertake administrative duties to facilitate service delivery. Be the first point of contact to the public and other agencies. Responsible for data collection and maintenance of record keeping systems.