Project 6 is an award-winning voluntary sector drug and alcohol charity working across Yorkshire in Doncaster, Keighley and Sheffield. We have been delivering services for people with drug and alcohol problems and complex needs in our local communities for over 30 years, evolving in response to the changing needs of the local communities.
We are a harm reduction and recovery-focused service working to help people reduce the risks associated with substance misuse and we offer highly effective, evidence-based support to drug and alcohol users and their families.
Project 6 is a values-based employer, aiming to ensure we are as diverse as the communities we support.
Our recruitment principles are that; We recruit for potential, not perfection, We are a values-based recruiter, We value lived experience as a demonstration of capability for a role.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
To provide opportunities and choices for individuals, families and communities to create meaningful and sustainable change in their wellbeing.
We are committed to promoting the 5 Ways to Wellbeing at strategic, operational levels and also in our service delivery and outcome and impact monitoring.
We are passionate about our core values and use them as the starting point when developing, delivering and evaluating our services:
We instil hope and promote social justice
We trust each other and treat people equally
We believe in the ability of people to change and in our ability to make a difference, we do not give up
We fulfil our key aim to develop self-efficacy and build social capital
Consequently, ‘we help people to help themselves’
The MULTI-AGENCY SUPPORT TEAM (MAST) provides specialist and specific support to individuals who are frequently attending Emergency Departments.
We have an exciting opportunity within our Third Place team to work with street drinkers of Keighley to remove barriers to their engagement with treatment.
We have an exciting new post working with our Progress team, the post will work with people in long-term recover to improve the lives of people in recovery from drug and alcohol problems and their families by developing and releasing their capacity for full and equal participation in community life in a group setting.
We are recruiting a small team of dynamic, enthusiastic people to work in our Safe Spaces Alcohol Intoxication Pilot.
Supporting the Finance Director in ensuring that proper accounting records are maintained in accordance with Charity and Company law.