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We are always looking for great people. We have a range of roles in our service across the spectrum of drug and alcohol work. Please keep checking back as we add new roles all the time.

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Current vacancies

 

Vacancy – Recovery Worker:

We are excited to be able to recruit more recovery navigators to join our expanding service.

Recovery Navigators will work within our Fast Track team (provide PSI support to our clients who are using non-opiates and alcohol (problematic not dependent), the Hope team, whose focus is health, outreach, prevention and harm reduction/training to other professionals, and our Core team of recovery navigators that support those using opiates and/or dependant to alcohol.

Job Title: Recovery Worker
Employment Type: Full-Time
Contracted hours: 37.00
Work Pattern: Monday-Friday
Location: Portland House, 243 Shalesmoor, Moorfields, Sheffield, S3 8UG

Closing Date: 3rd March 2024

For more details, including the full job specification and how to apply, please click here

Vacancy – Lead Practitioner x4:

This role is for four Lead Practitioners detailing below the different roles and requirements:
1 x Lead Practitioner with experience and an interest in supporting those within the criminal justice system (If this is you, please state on your application form that you would like to be considered for this role)

2 x Lead Practitioners – these roles will support the team who provide PSI support to our clients who are dependent on alcohol or opiates.

1 x Lead Practitioner – this role will support a team who’s focus is health, outreach, prevention and harm reduction and training to other professionals

As the Lead Practitioner, you will play a pivotal role in supervising, developing, and maintaining a high-performing team while contributing to the continuous improvement of our services. Your leadership and dedication will be essential in achieving our mission. Join us in making a positive impact on health, outreach, prevention, and education efforts.

Job Title: Lead Practitioner
Employment Type: Full-Time
Contracted hours: 37.00
Work Pattern: Monday-Friday
Location: Portland House, 243 Shalesmoor, Moorfields, Sheffield, S3 8UG

Closing Date: 3rd March 2024

For more details, including the full job specification and how to apply, please click here

Vacancy – Single Point of Contact Worker:

As a SPOC Worker, your primary responsibility is ensuring timely and comprehensive responses to all inquiries, including prescribing queries.
Appointment Management: You’ll efficiently manage appointments through electronic diary systems, ensuring organized scheduling.
Connecting Callers: Beyond answering calls, you’ll connect callers to the appropriate staff or resources, facilitating efficient support delivery.
Crisis Handling: Handling calls from individuals in crisis or at risk, you’ll assess situations empathetically and guide them to necessary services.
Triage Assessment: Utilising standardised triage assessment forms, you’ll categorise inquiries, directing them to the relevant service promptly.

Your role plays a vital part in providing exceptional customer service and effective support for our clients. If you’re dedicated to impactful communication and problem-solving, this position offers a fulfilling career within our organisation, contributing to the well-being of those we serve.

Join us as a Single Point of Contact (SPOC) Worker and make a difference.

Job Title: Single Point of Contact Worker
Employment Type: Full-Time
Contracted hours: 37.00
Work Pattern: Monday-Friday
Location: Portland House, 243 Shalesmoor, Moorfields, Sheffield, S3 8UG

Closing Date: 25th February 2024
Interview Date: 5th March 2024

For more details, including the full job specification and how to apply, please click here

What’s in it for you?
  • A competitive salary
  • Pension Scheme
  • Exceptional support, training and development
  • Flexible working