Our client provides support to clients with a history of mental health issues and homelessness. They aim to help vulnerable people find opportunities to change their lives and futures.
Position Available: Recovery Support Coordinator - Substance Misuse (Camden), 37.5 hours a week, temporary 1-3 months, £12.82 per hour
To support people in recovery from substance misuse with a specific focus on obtaining employment or other activities that maximise the chances of employment, such as education, training and volunteering. To ensure clients are achieving ETE outcomes within a 12-week support period.
To provide support through regular 1:1 assessment and goal-focused action planning sessions, as well as through facilitating group sessions, including a structured day programme.
To maintain positive working relationships with referring agencies and ETE providers, as well as networking and brokering new opportunities.
To lead on a designated 'key area' at the service which focuses upon supporting a specific client group within our service users.
Keeping accurate and up-to-date records of client assessments, action plans, personal details and contact notes on the recording system.
- The ability to understand the issues relating to substance misuse.
- Understanding of issues relating to substance misuse. The ability in particular to motivate people who are abstinent or reducing their use to achieve positive outcomes. Operating a recovery-focused approach including using coaching and motivational interview techniques.
- Experience of providing ETE support, guidance and advice to socially excluded groups and an awareness of the barriers to accessing and sustaining ETE activities.
- Experience of brokering new opportunities for socially excluded client groups including volunteering and training placements and employment opportunities.
- Experience of assessing clients' needs and developing individual, goal-focused action plans with the emphasis on accessing ETE activities.
- Experience of planning, facilitating and delivering group work sessions with a focus on employability and confidence building.
- Ability to work in partnership with specialist service providers or agencies (e.g. substance misuse, mental health, offending) in order to ensure clients receive appropriate levels of support.
- An understanding of the principles underlying a quality service and participation of clients to continuously improve the service.
- Experience of managing complex and difficult situations in relation to this and other vulnerable client group(s).
- Ability to be self motivating, work under pressure, and manage time effectively.
- An ability to be self-servicing in the use of ICT applications and the ability to record client outcomes, assessments, learning and achievement action plans on an in-house database.
- Willingness to work flexibly in response to changing organisational requirements and work outside of office hours when required.
How to apply:
If you feel that you fully meet the above outlined criteria for this role and would like to apply for this post, please forward your CV for consideration.
*Please note the above outlined experience is the 'minimum' first stage criteria for this role, we will therefore be unable to consider your application unless you are able to demonstrate a relevant work history in line with this position
Disclaimer: This vacancy is based in the United Kingdom. Barker Ross Health&Social Care only operates in the UK and can only process applications from candidates who are currently a resident and eligible to work in the UK.
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