Phoenix Futures
Phoenix Futures

Charity registered in Scotland SC039008

We are a charity and housing association which has been helping people overcome drug and alcohol problems for 50 years. We provide residential, prison, community and specialist services. We believe in being the best, we are passionate about recovery, and we value our history and use it to inform our future.

Current vacancies

Therapeutic Rehab Access Worker

  • Full time
  • £22,194
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th April 2021

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to support individuals from across Scotland to access Phoenix Futures Scottish Residential Rehabilitation service;

You will have experience of working with people with multiple needs including addiction, and have a working knowledge of residential rehabilitation and strengthening recovery capital. Having experience in working with multiple stakeholders and nurturing relationships you will be able to confidently provide guidance to individuals, families and stakeholders in relation to accessing and developing residential rehabilitation pathways into the service.

You will ensure service users feel supported from the point of referral through to their admission to the residential service; offering responsive support to both the individual and their family members. Completing robust assessments and delivering one-to-one and /or group interventions designed to prepare individuals for a rehab stay. You will also meet all service users on their day of admission and

offer support post-admission, ensuring they are welcomed in to the therapeutic community welcome house programme according to their individualised needs. You will be a positive, innovative and motivational. Being able to work to your own initiative, as well as part of a large multi-disciplinary team.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Family Interventions Worker

  • Part time
  • £22,194 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th April 2021

Are you looking for an exciting and challenging opportunity that makes a real difference to individuals and families? We are recruiting a passionate and recovery focussed Family Interventions Worker to support families across our Residential Rehabilitation and Aftercare services in Glasgow.

You will join our experienced multi-disciplinary team; and provide tailored and responsive interventions to the families and loved ones of people accessing our rehab treatment programme and increase the accessibility of family support across Scotland.

Do you have?

  • Experience of delivering high quality family interventions- on a one-to-one or group basis?
  • An understanding of the role families can offer in supporting an individual through residential treatment journeys?
  • Knowledge of the Whole Family approach
  • Experience of working with families and partnerships to ensure robust support in line with family’s needs, policy and legislation.

If so, join us and we will support you to:

  • Contribute to the creative development of our treatment and recovery approach to meet family’s needs.
  • Access a range of learning and development opportunities to support your personal and professional development.
  • Deliver high quality psychosocial family interventions and responsive support packages

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Sustaining Recovery Worker

  • Part time
  • £22,194 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th April 2021

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team delivering long term support to individuals on completion of a residential rehabilitation stay.

You will lead our continuum of care approach to support in sustaining recovery, ensuring high quality, responsive recovery focused delivery in accordance with legislation and governing bodies.

You will have experience of working with people with multiple needs including addiction, and have a working knowledge of residential rehabilitation and strengthening recovery capital. Having experience of developing and nurturing partnerships to ensure robust pathways and care and support is in place to ensure our clients needs are met – up to 12months post-completion of our residential rehabilitation programme. You will be based between Scottish Residential service where you will support individuals and the Therapeutic Team with preparations for move-on and our Glasgow Housing service which currently provides ongoing aftercare support for individuals on completion of a range of residential rehabilitation stays. In addition to set check-ins and reviews with each individual throughout the 12month post-rehab period you will also offer a range of in-person and/or virtual group interventions, mutual aid support, drop-in sessions and our Phoenix ReUnited aftercare and activities programme.

You will be a positive, innovative, motivational and be able to maintain data completing regularly reporting. Being able to work to your own initiative, as well as part of a large multi-disciplinary team.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in addictions, housing, homelessness or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet service user needs.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Housing Manager

  • Full time
  • £24,716
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 26th March 2021

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team and lead our Glasgow based Housing Services, as Housing Manager.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise in the provision of housing to support our clients at all stages of their recovery. You will manage the day to day running of our existing housing services and lead your team to ensure high quality recovery focused delivery in accordance with legislation and governing bodies including the Care Inspectorate and commissioner targets. You will have experience of working with people with multiple needs including addiction, and have a working knowledge of housing standards and processes. Having experience of developing and nurturing partnerships to ensure robust pathways and support are in place to ensure our clients needs are fully met. The Glasgow Housing service currently provides ongoing aftercare support for individuals on completion of a range of residential rehabilitation stays, and therefore you will assist all clients in sustaining long-term recovery.

You will be a positive, innovative and motivational leader who will work collaboratively as part of the Scotland Management Team to support Phoenix Futures Scotland Housing growth targets. As well as being able to ensure occupancy targets are met and compliance with budgeting and financial policy and procedures.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in housing, homelessness, addictions or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet local needs. In return for your commitment, we offer a generous salary and benefits package and flexible working.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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