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BRIC Practitioner

  • Full time
  • £24,267 – £29,000
  • Hillingdon
  • Closing 17th October 2021

  • Advertised from 4th October 2021
  • 1 x year fixed term contract/For internal candidates, this is a secondment for one year. 37.5 hours per week.


Are you interested in working with people with drug and alcohol problems, in a criminal justice team?

The Service

The ARCH treatment service, led by Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL), is a community substance misuse treatment service that offers a broad range of treatments from different teams, including the WDP Criminal Justice Team.

The BRIC (Building Recovery in Communities) Practitioner will improve outcomes for service users by creating and enhancing reintegration opportunities both internally and externally. The main focus of the post will be to recruit, train and nurture peer mentors and service user representatives to build capacity and visible recovery across the borough. In addition, you will support the development and nurturing meaningful service user involvement.


The role is based at the Arch Service in Hillingdon, but at times may involve travel to external meetings and satellites within the borough, and to other WDP locations as needed.

Why Should You Apply?

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Application notes

For an informal chat about these roles, contact Rosie Robinson, Senior Criminal Justice Practitioner - or on 07976708178

For further information, and to apply, please visit our website:

The closing date for expressions of interest is Sunday 17 October at midnight.

WDP and Our Values

WDP is an innovative behaviour-change charity. We facilitate long-lasting transformation in people’s lives to improve health, wellbeing and social integration. We work across the fields of substance misuse, young person’s support, employability, sexual health and inpatient services.

All staff are required to work to WDP’s four values:

  • Entrepreneurial
  • In partnership
  • Strong belief in service users
  • Community focused

WDP is a recovery focused organisation. Our staff and volunteers are committed to helping our service users to improve their health and wellbeing, and to become free from dependency.

Diversity and Equality

  • WDP are a committed equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from disabled candidates, and those from minority ethnic backgrounds.


  • WDP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.


  • All posts are subject to a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check prior to the confirmation of any job offer.