“GEAAP” Glasgow East Alcohol Awareness Project, is a nationally award-winning community alcohol project based in the
North East of Glasgow. We have been offering a free to access, Alcohol counselling and prevention service in the
East of Glasgow since 1991. Our aim is to reduce the harm associated with the use and misuse of alcohol. We are
seeking to employ a full time full time Counsellor to join our team working in Easterhouse Glasgow. The post is
funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and Glasgow City Council’s Community Fund.
More information on GEAAP can be found at geaap.org
To be responsible for the delivery of a counselling service to individuals, couples and families affected by their
own or another’s alcohol use, including families where relationships have or may break down due to alcohol
- To provide an individual, couple and family counselling service to individuals and families affected by
- Provide appointments during the day in a variety of settings appropriate to the service user
i.e. GEAAP and other voluntary services.
- To co-ordinate the activities of voluntary counselling staff in
order to compliment the families service and ensure a good quality service to its clients.
- To work
collaboratively with other agencies as appropriate in relation to individual clients and families, attending
reviews and case conferences as required and when practical.
- To liaise with local agencies and services
to promote the counselling service, with the aim of generating referrals and developing good working
- To maintain confidential case notes and other records in accordance with G.E.A.A.P’s
guidelines and policy.
- To answer telephone and written enquiries and provide information and advice in
accordance with G.E.A.A.P’s policy and guidelines.
- To contribute to the continued growth and development
of clients by providing signposting information to other relevant services.
- To collect statistical,
monitoring and evaluation information such as case studies and client reviews to ensure quality of service and
for use in monitoring and evaluation reports.
- To participate in supervision and maintain professional
standards through training and ongoing development.
- To work fully as a member of the G.E.A.A.P. team,
and to contribute to its continued development.
- To participate in any other reasonable relevant tasks
after due consultation and agreement.
To find out more about the role, please download the Person Specification below.
Monday the 5th of October 2020 at 10am
Please submit applications marked “Private and Confidential – FAO Manager” to firstname.lastname@example.org