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.
Closing Date: 25/04/2021
To find out more about the role and/or to apply, please visit our website.
Please note: Interviews will most likely take place on MS Teams due to current COVID19 measures; there may be a requirement to attend the service to meet with service users and staff following the interview, where a Rapid Lateral Flow test maybe required.