Are you passionate about helping people sustain their recovery? Do you want to be part of a dynamic recovery community?
If so, this is an excellent opportunity to take on a meaningful and rewarding role where your actions will make a difference to people’s lives and to the community. Be part of a multidisciplinary team and a vibrant charity that has been supporting and empowering vulnerable adults since 1975.
Recovery Scotland is a charity dedicated to providing a range of recovery focussed services for people affected by addictions. We provide opportunities to help people change their addictive behaviours, engage with recovery communities and fulfil their aspirations.
We are looking to appoint a Recovery Worker to provide a range of recovery focussed activities within the Clackmannanshire Council – Justice Services and to develop an effective Recovery Peer Mentoring support for individuals who affected by problematic substance use and addictive behaviours.
You will be passionate and enthusiastic about recovery. If in recovery, we are looking for you to have had a minimum of one year stability from problematic substance use or addictive behaviours. You will have a good understanding of the impact that substance use can have on individuals, families and communities and you will be familiar with what works to promote and sustain recovery. An ability to work flexibly and creatively in motivating, supporting and encouraging people in recovery is essential.
This post require an enhanced disclosure. Successful candidates must undertake a satisfactory Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme Record for Restricted Work with Protected Adults
If you are interested in this post please call Karen Duncan on 07920 234694 or via email FVRCTeamLead@recoveryscotland.org.uk for an informal chat.
For the application pack please contact Recovery Scotland at email@example.com or download the pack from below.
Closing date for submitting applications is Friday 3 February 2023
Interviews will be held on Monday 13 February January 2023.
Please do not send a CV as it will not be considered.
Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK as per the Government’s guidance.
This post requires a Standard Disclosure.
Recovery Scotland aims to be an equal opportunities employer.
SCO Charity Number SCO23353