Vacancies

Women’s Complex Needs Substance Misuse Specialist

An exciting opportunity has become available for an experienced substance misuse worker to work within the Next Chapter Recovery Refuge in Colchester. Holding a caseload of a maximum of nine clients you will be responsible for assessing clinical needs and delivering treatment plans for the clients. Liaising with Essex STARS to arrange maintenance prescribing and medical detoxifications, providing relapse prevention and other interventions to enable the women to reduce and detoxify from substances of abuse, and establish a strong foundation for their recovery after leaving the refuge. You will supported by a dedicated team and manager, work alongside the Sharps day programme, and have the operational freedom to develop recovery focussed interventions as part of the comprehensive group programme offered at Next Chapter.

Recovery Worker (Substance Misuse), Part Time, Harlow

The Recovery Worker will be part of the Integrated Recovery Service Team.  Working with clients, the Recovery Worker will initiate recovery, utilising clients’ individual recovery capital, and support reintegration and sustained long term recovery from substance misuse.

Recovery Worker (Substance Misuse), Full Time, Harlow

The Recovery Worker will be part of the Integrated Recovery Service Team.  Working with clients, the Recovery Worker will initiate recovery, utilising clients’ individual recovery capital, and support reintegration and sustained long term recovery from substance misuse.

Young Person’s Substance Misuse Worker / Community Liaison Worker

As a Young Person’s Substance Misuse Worker, within HMYOI Cookham Wood, you will co-produce and develop care plans with the young people and report on their progress through the review board meetings and liaise with the Youth Offending Team (YOT) workers and community substance misuse workers. Within the Community Liaison Worker role you will provide prior and post release support for young people leaving custody and work with them to encourage participation in license conditions and identify services within their area to aid successful transition and resettlement.

Young Person’s Substance Misuse Worker

Being part of the Young Person’s Service in Gillingham, Kent, you will deliver a substance misuse service to young people ensuring that individuals receive the appropriate interventions that meet their individual needs.

Criminal Justice Recovery Worker

Criminal Justice Recovery Workers will be part of the All Age Recovery Service (AARCS) team working specifically with clients involved with the criminal justice system. Being required to encourage, initiate and sustain recovery, workers will facilitate both 1:1 and group-based psychosocial interventions with prolific offenders, whilst maintaining excellent relationships with partnership agencies.

Recovery Worker (Substance Misuse), Chelmsford

As the Recovery Worker you will be responsible for care co-ordination of all clients entering the service and engaging in treatment. You will also be responsible for the development of recovery plans for individual clients, and for liaising with other service providers relevant to the individual’s needs. 

IT Co-ordinator

This is a very hands-on role with the responsibility of being the IT lead for the Charity and will be the single point of contact for both staff and service providers. You will be able to communicate well and be a natural problem solver providing solutions when required. You will be required to support SMT to make decisions relating to information governance and IT procurement.

Targeted Opiate Worker (North)

The Targeted Opiate Worker will be part of the All Age Recovery Service (AARCS) team working intensively with a small caseload. Being required to encourage and initiate recovery with clients over a period of 12 weeks, the worker will facilitate both 1:1 and group-based psychosocial interventions.

Targeted Opiate Worker (Mid)

The Targeted Opiate Worker will be part of the All Age Recovery Service (AARCS) team working intensively with a small caseload. Being required to encourage and initiate recovery with clients over a period of 12 weeks, the worker will facilitate both 1:1 and group-based psychosocial interventions.

Targeted Opiate Worker (West)

The Targeted Opiate Worker will be part of the All Age Recovery Service (AARCS) team working intensively with a small caseload. Being required to encourage and initiate recovery with clients over a period of 12 weeks, the worker will facilitate both 1:1 and group-based psychosocial interventions.

Bank Workers

Open Road are looking to expand its team of Bank Workers to support our services covering Essex and North Kent. If you have experience and/or qualifications in Substance Misuse, and would like to join our Bank team to support our services as a Recovery Worker on an ad hoc basis, we would like to hear […]

Management Accountant

The Management Accountant is a key member of the Head Office Team responsible for the day-to-day accounting and financial management. Responsible for budgeting, reporting on financial performance together with taking the lead on cash flow forecasting, VAT returns, Gift Aid issues and monthly payroll and expenses. The Management Accountant is also responsible for overseeing all company property, liaising with suppliers, and the procurement of supplies.

Drinkaware Crew Member

Location:  Chelmsford Contract: Zero Hours Working Pattern: Friday or Saturday nights Working Hours: 4 hours per night Salary: £8.91 per hour Are you outgoing, confident and motivated to play an important part in keeping the atmosphere on a night out friendly and respectful, and to support people who may be vulnerable? We are looking to […]

SOS Bus Driver

To drive and maintain the Colchester SOS Bus under the direction of the SOS Buses Co-ordinator and promote the functions of the project, in particular supporting the service in Harwich and Clacton.