Criminal Justice Triage Worker

Salary: NJC pt. 9 -19 (£21,269-£25,927) per annum pro rata plus mileage.

Hours: 18.75 hours per week

Contract Type: FTC 3 Years

Location: South Gloucestershire with some remote working

Additional Information: We offer on the job support and mentoring within the team for this role, as well as training with regard to drug and alcohol related topics that are relevant to the post. As an employee of DHI, you will have also access to our Employee Assistance Programme, our Cycle Scheme, 26 days annual leave and company pension scheme.

The Role

The Role

We are looking to recruit a Triage Worker to support the initial engagement of people who use drugs into treatment and support their recovery. The day to day role will include liaising with criminal justice partners and completing telephone assessments with clients. The role will also be responsible for completing administration related to the criminal justice pathways and will ensure that data is captured and processed in a timely manner.

You will be joining an experienced Triage Team that works hard to support each other, and to deliver an exceptional service to our clients

You will have the opportunity to work flexibly between home and DHI offices to support clients.

About You

At DHI we highly value transferable skills and life experience. If you have good organisational skills, can manage relationships, solve problems, and are resilient, adaptable and flexible then we would love to hear from you.

Your background could be from anywhere where you have needed to apply problem solving and motivational skills. Teaching, ex-armed forces, customer service are all examples of just some professions where we believe these transferable skills are often found, or you may have lived experience.

Our Values

We are an award winning charity that challenges social exclusion by supporting people to achieve their potential and our values underpin this.

If you share DHI’s values of flexibility, stimulation, self- direction and zest for life, then we encourage you to apply.

We look forward to exploring these with you during the interview process should you be successful at the shortlisting stage.

How to Apply

Next Steps

If you’d like to know more about the role contact: to arrange an informal discussion.

To apply please use the enclosed Job Description and Person Specification to complete an Application Form and Skills Form and send to before Midday 22nd August 2022.

We strongly encourage you to complete our Equality & Diversity monitoring form to help us achieve a diverse workforce. The form does not form part of the selection process.

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