Counsellor

Recruiter
The Matthew Project
Location
Norwich
Salary
21694.0000
Posted
19 Mar 2017
Closes
18 Apr 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Counsellor

Norwich

£5,863 - £6,346 (Pro rata of £21,694 - £23,481) pa

10 hours per week

Do you want to make a difference to people’s lives?

Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding role?

Our Client is a value driven charity working across Norfolk and Suffolk giving help and hope through programmes with adults, young people and communities affected by drugs and alcohol. They have a vision to reach every part of the community in the most creative, effective and efficient ways. Through their varied services, young people and adults receive professional advice, information, counselling, support, care and education.

They need an experienced counsellor to provide counselling and support to adults affected by substance misuse. Experience of working in a substance misuse setting is desired. You must have a professional qualification in Counselling and BACP / UKCP accreditation. They will need you to be able to cover early evening sessions up to 8pm in the evening. The exact hours will be by agreement.

They welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, of any faith or none. You will join a charity that has a Christian ethos that puts faith into action for all who they can help. You will share their focus on their mission, their values, their clients and colleagues with a strong team spirit, but not necessarily from a Christian perspective. They offer a rewarding, challenging role with their commitment to well-being and development.

How to Apply

You can visit the Matthew Project’s website and apply through their jobs page, or click the apply button below and you will be redirected to the website.

You will need to complete the online application process to be considered for this role. Further information about how to apply is available from the Matthew Project’s website.

Closing Date: 12pm (noon) on Thursday 2 March 2017

Interview Date: Tuesday 14 March 2017