Do you want to help change the lives of women caught up in addiction?

We are recruiting staff for our specialist female-only residential rehabilitation service set in 2 acres of farmland near Ipswich, Suffolk. The service is due to welcome women this summer and will provide life-changing person-centred support through a purpose-built, therapeutic community. You will be part of a small team that will be instrumental in the planning, team-creation and delivery of the service. This is a rare opportunity to help create a state-of- the-art residential rehabilitation service from the ground up.

 

We are currently looking for the following staff:

CLINICAL PROGRAMME LEAD / DEPUTY REHAB CENTRE MANAGER £18-£22K 

SUPPORT WORKERS £16-£20k

 

CLINICAL PROGRAMME LEAD/ DEPUTY REHABILITATION CENTRE MANAGER £18-22k
(not a live-in post)

(application deadline 9th June 2017)

Clinical Programme Lead/Deputy Manager - Job Description and Person Specification

TK Application form (general)

SUPPORT WORKERS £16-£20k
(not live-in posts)

(application deadline 9th June 2017)

Support Workers - Job Description and Person Specification

TK Application form (general)

Interviews for the above posts will be held on Thursday 15th and Thursday 29th June 2017

 

General to all posts

Do you:

  • Have experience in delivering or working in successful rehab services in association with partner agencies?
  • Have the vision and enthusiasm to play a role in creating a new residential rehabilitation service from scratch?
  • Share an understanding of the complex issues facing women entering residential treatment and the empathy and communication skills to aid their recovery?
  • Have relevant experience in recovery and treatment of those with addiction?
  • Have a passion for nurturing and developing working relationships with your co-workers?
  • Share the focus on our values and mission as a charity with a strong Christian ethos?

If so, we will support you to:

  • Be part of a team delivering an outstanding residential rehabilitation programme
  • Realise your potential to play a significant role in transforming the lives of women with complex needs
  • Build and participate in an effective and efficient team
  • Access a range of personal and professional support services
  • Benefit from the strong local community backing for the project

Working outside normal hours will be required for all staff and the Clinical Programme Lead/Deputy Rehab Centre Manager, along with the Support Workers, will be part of a team delivering care 24/7.

Applications are expected in the form of a covering letter and application form which can be sent either electronically or by post.