DHI is an award-winning charity based in Bath 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.


The post holder will work flexibly providing a range of engagement and treatment services as part of the Motiv8 team. They are responsible for the provision of information and advice to young people and young people’s services across Wiltshire on a range of substance misuse and other related issues. They are responsible for the delivery of outreach, engagement assessments and care planning, key working and group work. The post holder will work flexibly to maximise harm reduction as well as support the recovery of young people working with families and carers, children and young people’s services and other drug treatment and community agencies to achieve this.


To find out more, and view the job description and application form, click here.


Additional Information: DHI offers up to 31 days paid leave (service-related) in addition to statutory holidays, a 7% pension contribution, Cycle to Work Scheme and Employee Assistance Scheme. DHI is a Disability Confident Committed Employer.


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 29th March 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.

Substance Misuse Worker - Young Person Services

Salary:

NJC pt. 9 -19 (£21,269-£25,927)

Hours:

37.5 Hours per Week

Contract Type:

Permanent

Location:

South West/Wiltshire any other location reasonably requested by the organization.

Close Date:

Tuesday, 29 March 2022

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