Recovery Worker (Fixed Term)

Salary: NJC Pt 9-19 (£20,903 - £25,481), depending on experience

Hours: 18.75

Location: Bristol, GP surgeries and any other location reasonably requested by the organisation. [The role will require a significant amount of travel across the Bristol region and the use of a car and willingness to use it for the purposes of this role is an essential requirement]

Contract Type: Fixed Term - 3-6 Months to cover sick leave

The Role

DHI is an award-winning charity that challenges social exclusion by supporting people to achieve their potential and contribute to the richness and wellbeing of their community. We are looking for individuals who share our passion for our values of self-direction, stimulation and zest for life and our commitment to our client groups and the local communities we serve.

Are you a positive resilient individual committed to working collaboratively with GP’s, our partners and other community and healthcare organisations to provide a wide range of services including; telephone assessments, content based groups & workshops, creating support plans & risk assessments in a large & mixed team of colleagues and peers.

Do you feel confident around IT using our Caseload Management IT system to record attendance and outcomes and communicating on the telephone making contact with clients on a daily basis.

If you have experience of working with people with substance use issues, including residential rehabs and detox units and can offer a range of harm reduction advice and information, manage safeguarding concerns and have an interest in developing your knowledge of interventions and support that can in turn support our clients we would love to hear from you.

How To Apply

Please use the enclosed Job Description and Person Specification to complete an Application Form and Skills Form and send to recruitment@dhibath.org.uk before Midday 14/05/2021

If you are interested please contact Kate Bissex on 07513 437322 for an informal discussion regarding the role


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