Lead Recovery Practitioner (Outside the Wire) - Norwich

The Matthew Project
£24,191 - £26,709/Year
02 Dec 2017
02 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Lead Recovery Practitioner (Outside the Wire) – Norfolk – £24,191 to £26,709 – 37 Hours per week18-month fixed term contract – possibility of extensionAre you ex-forces and looking for a challenging and rewarding role?Are you passionate about recovery from substance misuse?We have an exciting opportunity for a full-time post working with serving Armed Forces personnel, Veterans, Reservists and their families who have issues with alcohol and drug misuse.The post holder will support the Programme Development Manager holding in the supervision and management of the Outside the Wire team, assisting with the planning and delivery of the service.The post holder will provide support to current or ex-service personnel who are having issues with substance misuse, including delivering groups and work with individuals, providing appropriate support within office locations and in the community.The office base for this post is Norwich but the ability to drive and access to a car is essential. Evening work may sometimes be necessary depending on the needs of the clients.This post is restricted to veterans of the Armed Forces. This is an 18-month contract but with the possibility of extension.The Matthew Project is a value driven charity working across East Anglia giving help and hope through programmes with adults, young people and communities affected by drugs and alcohol. We have a vision to reach every part of the community in the most creative, effective and efficient ways. Through our varied services, young people and adults receive professional advice, information, counselling, support, care and education.This post is restricted to veterans of the Armed Forces and is funded by Royal British Legion. This is an 18-month contract but with the possibility of extension.Interviews will take place on Tuesday 19 December 2017 at our offices in NorwichClosing Date: 12pm (noon) on Monday 11 December 2017