HOPE Recovery Coordinator (2 posts available) - South Tyneside

£18,289 - £22,386
20 January 2020 12 Noon
19/ST/20

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Are you passionate about supporting people in their recovery? Do you have transferable skills and/or experience to empower people to achieve their full potential?

This is a service supporting residents of South Tyneside with Drug and Alcohol issues.  The successful post holder will match our organisational ambition and commitment to provide the highest standards of service delivery across South Tyneside, engaging with local communities and supporting their priorities.

To help us achieve these ambitions, we are recruiting for Full Time HOPE Recovery Co-ordinator to be based in our South Tyneside Adult Recovery Service.

We are now looking for an individual who is passionate and committed to delivering high quality case management and care co-ordination.  You will be acting as both supporter and facilitator, for those in structured treatment wanting to make positive changes that help individuals achieve their treatment goals.  You will be responsible for recovery focused assessment, recovery planning and risk management in addition to the delivery of appropriate personalised interventions at all stages of treatment.  You will work flexibly co-ordinating care within a multi-disciplinary team and with a range of local health, social and criminal justice agencies to ensure service users receive safe and effective treatment.   

Main duties for the role will include:

To work effectively with service colleagues, community organisations and stakeholders across the full range of settings to maximise effective and collaborative care and support for individuals.
To provide holistic and structured recovery coordination and psychosocial interventions to service clients, their families and carers.
Working to ensure effective delivery of recovery coordination within the full integrated service model, with a focus on successful and sustainable exit from treatment.
Deliver effective SPOC, assessment and engagement, health liaison, harm reduction, needle exchange and prevention pathways and interventions within the wider service delivery model.

Please read the full Job Description and Person Specification prior to applying for this position.

Please visit https://humankind.careers for more information and an application form. The closing date for completed applications is noon on the 20th January 2020 with interviews held on 31st January 2020.

Application packs are also available via email at HR@humankindcharity.org.uk or by contacting our recruitment line on 01325 731160 quoting reference 19/ST/20.

Please note that all communication regarding your application for this post will be sent to the email address you have provided on your application form, including your invite to interview if you are shortlisted. Ensure that you check your emails after the closing date as you will not be contacted by any other means.

Please read the full Job Description and Person Specification prior to applying for this position.

Please note that all communication regarding your application for this post will be sent to the email address you have provided on your application form, including your invite to interview if you are shortlisted. Ensure that you check your emails after the closing date as you will not be contacted by any other means.

What we offer you?

We offer benefits including

  • A competitive salary
  • Pension Scheme
  • Exceptional support, training and development
  • Up to 32 days (pro rata) annual leave per year