Charity registered in Scotland SC039008
At Phoenix Futures Scotland we are very proud of the work we do across the country. We are inspired by the people we witness every day who address their substance use issues with our support.
We have a long history of providing recovery services in Scotland where our first service opened in 1992. Much has changed over the last 27 years, but what hasn’t changed is our unswerving commitment to supporting people to achieve recovery.
In 2012 Phoenix created a Scotland Board – formally a sub-committee of the UK Board with the Chair of the Scotland Board being a member of the UK Board and the remaining Scotland Board members being co-opted committee members.
The Board is a fully engaged and vital element of our operations in Scotland. Board members have a visibility with the staff and services users and join in celebrations of recovery and wider organisational events throughout the year. They provide a key strategic and performance monitoring role within the Scottish national context.
Having been instrumental in helping to establish and develop the Scotland Board the current Chair will complete their term of office later this year, after serving a maximum term of office within our governance rules. We are now looking for our next Scotland Chair.
We are looking for an individual with a good understanding of charity and or housing association governance. Someone who is a leader and confident communicator and who shares our commitment to continuing to find innovative ways to deliver vital services to the most vulnerable in times of economic uncertainty. If this is you we would love to hear from you.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a position with Phoenix Futures’ Recovery through Nature (RtN) to work delivering our North Lanarkshire programme.
The position is a permanent appointment, and will be 21 hours per week. We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic working with our Service User group, and can evidence experience of delivering programmes in an outdoor environment.
You will be required to hold an outdoor first aid qualification, a driving licence enabling you to drive mini-buses, possess excellent communication and IT skills and the ability to co-ordinate the day to day running of Recovery through Nature groups.
You will possess a sound knowledge of Health and safety, risk assessing and the ability to deal with client issues that may arise whilst working outdoors. This is predominately a lone working role. An understanding of substance misuse issues would be beneficial.
An exciting opportunity has become available for a passionate and enthusiastic individual to provide CBT Counselling work in our North Lanarkshire Building Futures Service. We are recruiting a Recovery Interventions CBT Counsellor who will help bring positive change to the lives of individuals affected by drug and alcohol misuse.
You will be motivated about working with our client group and will have relevant experience working within this field. You will be responsible for delivering a range of recovery focused interventions including CBT counselling, assessments, 1:1 work and groupwork.
Applicants should be highly organized and able to work on their own initiative as well as work effectively within a fast-paced team.