Do you want to work for a caring organisation that believes in people?
Do you want to make a difference?
As a Recovery Coordinator with Change Grow Live, you’ll work with people who use our services, helping them get to where they want to be.
With this role you’ll be working as part of West Lothian Recovery Team,
The team supports people with their or their loved ones’ drug and/or alcohol issues.
No two days are the same and we treat every person who comes into our service as an individual, so being flexible, curious and a good listener are key.
You’ll have to record information about what you do, so enjoying a bit of paperwork and attention to detail is important. But most of the time you’ll be enjoying working with people from all backgrounds, making a difference to their lives.
This is what one of our Recovery Co-ordinators said, “I really enjoyed my time with the Recovery Service, the team really worked well together, and it was great seeing what we did helped people recover from addictions and other problems."
Our values are to be compassionate, open and bold. If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you so click apply.
We are on our way to meeting our ambitious plans to build 1,000 new affordable homes across Scotland by 2022. We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic individual to fill the post of Development Officer to help us deliver this exciting development programme.
You will assist with the procurement and project management of the Association’s new build development and regeneration programme ensuring delivery of projects on time, within budget and to agreed success criteria. You will ensure that there is a systematic and accountable approach to your projects that will achieve the most cost effective solution, whilst maintaining the quality of our assets and services.
An excellent communicator, you will be well organised and have the ability to work on several projects simultaneously as well as liaise closely with key stakeholders and other departments directly affected by the works. Ideally you will bring experience of managing projects and have experience in the maintenance of social housing. You may also have a technical qualification. You will ensure that the Association follows the appropriate legislation including current Health & Safety legislation. You will also have excellent IT skills and have access to your own car as travel within West Dunbartonshire, Tayside and across Scotland is required for this post.
Due to a successful consortium bid in partnership with Midlothian Sure Start, Play Therapy Base, MYPAS and Play Midlothian we are delighted to be able to extend our therapy team. We are seeking a qualified Systemic Practitioner for 21 hours a week to provide a reflective space for children aged 5 to 12 years and their families. This post is fully funded from January 2021 until December 2021. Having access to a car for business use is essential.
Due to Covid 19 restrictions we are currently offering a blended model of service delivery, working at home, in schools, visiting families outside in their communities and making the best use of digital platforms.
We are seeking a Family Opportunities Worker who will provide early intervention and practical support to families with children under 5 in Midlothian, who are experiencing challenges accessing early learning and play opportunities, and are experiencing financial hardship. You need to be able to work on your own and co-produce support plans with the family that help them achieve the changes in their lives, that improve the well-being for all family members. This post comes with the opportunity to undertake training in early learning programmes. Having access to a car for business use is essential. This post is funded until March 2022.
Due to Covid 19 restrictions we are currently offering a blended model of service delivery, working at home, visiting families outside in their communities and making the best use of digital platforms.
The Client Services Manager will manage GCA’s Integrated counselling and wellbeing programmes to the benefit of individuals who access our services. Individuals who are experiencing or are in recovery from addictions. The service will address health and social wellbeing, while promoting and supporting the development of trauma informed practice. The Client Services Manager will be responsible for the services within Glasgow City and East Dunbartonshire with an emphasis on timely access to effective alcohol support within local communities to decrease levels of alcohol consumption, increase alcohol awareness and encourage the adoption of new skills/coping strategies.
Glasgow Council on Alcohol (GCA) was founded in 1965 and is the oldest established Council on Alcohol in Scotland. GCA is a voluntary organisation working to reduce the harm caused by alcohol misuse through the provision of a range of high quality advice, information, counselling, support, prevention and education and training services.
Supporter Relations Team officers (SRO’s) provide fundraising and administration support across the Fundraising directorate. This involves managing supporter enquiries and registrations for fundraising appeals and campaigns, as well as the full range of fundraising events. SRO’s are required to deliver first class Supporter Service, both in terms of quality of service and in terms of supporter satisfaction.
In providing administrative support, SRO’s are called on to manage a number of ongoing activities simultaneously, resolving issues as they arise by communicating effectively and efficiently with colleagues across the charity. SRO’s also need to deal with external response handlers and fulfilment partners to ensure comprehensive and rapid supporter service.
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Every day of your life matters – from the first to the last. When you work for Marie Curie, you understand that better than ever. We’re a passionate, committed and diverse team of more than 4,400 staff and 12,000 volunteers, here for people living with any terminal illness, and their families.
Marie Curie is committed to its values, which underpin our work. We take stringent steps to ensure that the people who join our organisation through employment or volunteering, are suitable for their roles and are committed to safeguarding all our people from harm. This includes our staff, volunteers and all those who use or come into contact with our services. We are dedicated to creating not just a safe place to work but also a supportive and rewarding one.
We are committed to a world where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. We are devoted to the social justice imperatives and organisational benefits of full diversity, inclusion and equity in the workplace, and are a Stonewall champion. We actively encourage and welcome applications from candidates of diverse cultures, perspectives and lived experiences.
Our charity works with children and young people who have caring responsibilities in Fife; following an increase in funding we have an exciting opportunity for an Advocacy Worker to join our small dedicated team, working with children and young people who have caring responsibilities in Fife.
We are looking for a creative and energetic individual, with experience of working with vulnerable children and young people in a variety of settings. The successful candidate will have great communication and organisational skills and be able to work sensitively with children and young people of all ages.
The post holder will be responsible for offering independent advocacy, support and options to young and young adult carers throughout Fife to enable them to make effective decisions about their caring role.
Own transport is essential. Hours are worked flexibly but you should expect to work some evenings and weekends on a regular basis.
The position is subject to an enhanced disclosure check (PVG).
Change Grow Live South West Recovery Service are seeking a new Support Worker to help provides recovery focused psychosocial interventions to service users experiencing drug and alcohol related issues in the South West of Edinburgh.
Change Grow Live Edinburgh Recovery Services provides recovery focused psychosocial interventions to service users experiencing drug and alcohol related issues across the city of Edinburgh. We work within a hub model with partners who include NHS Lothian, CEC Social Work and other voluntary agencies to ensure individualised packages of care to enable service users to achieve their recovery goals.
We are looking for an experienced and proactive support worker to join our team, to assist in provision of high-quality delivery of recovery focused interventions to service users across Edinburgh. The services are delivered from our offices, based at Wester Hailes Healthy Living Centre and on an outreach basis in a variety of venues across the localities that we cover. Support is provided in one to one and groupwork settings.
The successful candidate will have a good understanding of drug and alcohol issues and experience of working within a related field. Also necessary is a commitment to multi-agency working, excellent communication skills, and a practical approach to facilitating service user involvement.
Do you want to work for a caring organisation that believes in people?
Do you want to make a difference?
As a Recovery Coordinator with Change Grow Live you’ll work with people who use our services, helping them get to where they want to be.
Edinburgh and Midlothian Offender Recovery Service (EMORS) is a transformative service that brings together prison and community work to support individuals throughout the Criminal Justice System, supporting them to achieve drug, alcohol and crime free lives.
An exciting opportunity have arisen to join our EMORS team, supporting the high-quality delivery of recovery focused interventions to service users in the criminal justice system affected by drug and alcohol issues also the provision of through care support to individuals leaving prison and returning to Edinburgh and Midlothian. The service delivers interventions in custody areas, prison and community, on a one to one basis and in group work settings.
The successful candidate will have an excellent understanding of drug and alcohol issues and experience of working within a related field. Also necessary is a commitment to multi-agency working, excellent communication skills and experience of working within an outcomes-focused approach.
We are looking for Relief Workers to cover support for our members in a range of creative workshops at Mayfield.