Lifeline Prison Substance Misuse Vacancies
HMP Warren Hill / HMP & YOI Hollesley Bay
3 x Recovery Coordinators
(1 x full time permanent role, 2 x full time fixed term)
Lifeline Project is a national charity dedicated to improving the lives of individuals, families and communities affected by drugs and alcohol. We build real and sustained change through responsive local services.
Lifeline delivers a forward thinking and aspirational Service at HMP Warren Hill and HMP & YOI Hollesley Bay, to support sentenced offenders experiencing drug/alcohol problems. To support this we are seeking talented, experienced and passionate individuals.
A number opportunities have arisen to recruit 3 x Recovery Coordinators to work within these challenging services.
As a Recovery Coordinator the successful candidates will have experience and/or an understanding of:
Effectively engaging clients, using creative approaches
Delivering psychosocial interventions, through 121 and groups
Providing effective case management through assessment, planning, monitoring and review
Working within the unique challenges of a secure and diverse environment
Working professionally, flexibly and creatively, promoting a culture of positive change
Understanding issues of social exclusion, diversity, offending and substance use
Working collaboratively with colleagues, prison and community services
Adhering to policies relating to safeguarding and governance
All posts are subject to DBS Disclosures, Home Office Security Clearance and receipt of satisfactory references.
For an informal discussion about the post contact Samantha Marshall, Operational Manager at Samantha.Marshall2@hmps.gsi.gov.uk.
To apply: Please download and complete an application form which you will find by clicking the 'apply via website' button and email it to: Samantha.Marshall2@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
Please note that we only accept electronic application forms. We do not accept C.V.s
Closing date: Thursday 27th April 2017 at 5pm
Lifeline welcomes applications regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, or age. Lifeline would like to make it clear that all job applications are considered on the basis of their merits and abilities for the job.