Vacancies 

Group Worker (Progression Pathways, Likewise)  

Purpose of the Job

  • To directly intervene with people who use our services in a one-to-one or group setting to help them to address their problematic alcohol/drug use or other specific issues.
  • To provide support in the community for individuals and families with the aim of helping them to make the positive lifestyle changes that will aid their recovery.
  • To support and signpost individuals and families to engage with other supportive services.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • To review and assess the needs of people who use our services with an alcohol or drug problem within a variety of settings.
  • To support people who use our services to improve general health, including dietary needs, personal hygiene.
  • To support people who use our services to improve their social situation, including assistance with housing, benefits, accessing community services and budgeting.
  • To work with people who use our services to remove any structural and social barriers to accessing treatment services.
  • To support individuals and families to access appropriate treatment and recovery services.
  • Keep accurate and confidential records.
  • Produce relevant documents and reports in support of the role.
  • Attend and contribute to meetings with other staff and partners.

You will need to abide by and role model our Code of Conduct, health and safety and HR Policies.   

Project 6 is committed to equality of opportunity for all and to being a safe, healthy, and non-discriminatory employer.

To apply

Please download and complete the application form below and return it to recruitment@project6.org.uk.

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If you need support of any kind in order to complete your application, please contact recruitment@project6.org.uk or by telephone on 01535 610180.

We kindly ask all applicants to complete an equality and diversity monitoring form. This is completely anonymous and is not part of any recruitment process. Gathering information in this way helps us to ensure we are an inclusive employer.

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Salary:

£25,200 per year

Hours:

Full-time, 35 hours per week

Location

Sheffield

Contract:

Permanent contract

Closing Date:

27th May 2024

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