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Bristol, South Gloucestershire
NJC point 23-29 (£26,999-£32,029)
Contract, Full-time
Job description

Do you like a dynamic and varied work load? Are you most energised when working in a busy environment? Can you provide non-judgemental advice that focuses on harm reduction and supports recovery? If you enjoy working with clients, and supporting staff, this role provides a great mix of frontline support work and management responsibilities.

DHI are looking to recruit a new Team Leader to lead, manage and develop the Engagement Team in South Gloucestershire. This is an exciting and varied Team Leader post with opportunities for creativity and innovation. Alongside line managing the Engagement Workers, you will also hold a caseload of clients, and will provide a range of frontline support including needle exchange and structured groups.

DHI’s Engagement Team seek to engage with clients at the earliest possible stage, delivering interventions that reduce harm to themselves, their peers and the wider community as well as supporting them to access pathways to treatment and wider health interventions. Engagement workers provide brief structured interventions for non-opiate users (including alcohol, cannabis, stimulants, novel psychoactive substances and performance enhancing drugs). Engagement workers also support clients who are involved in the criminal justice system.

Based at our busy client hub, The Team Leader will co-ordinate the in-house and pharmacy based needle exchange scheme, engaging with the community to promote the service, and keeping up with new and emerging drug trends. The Engagement Team also supports a number of student social workers, enabling us to enrich the service we offer.

If you’ve got significant experience of working in the substance misuse field and share DHI’s values of self-direction, stimulation and zest for life, we’d love to hear from you. DHI is an award winning charity that challenges social exclusion by supporting people to achieve their potential and contribute to the richness and well-being of their community. We are looking for applicants who will share our passion for our values, and our commitment to our client groups and our local communities. You will be joining an experienced and enthusiastic team, that work hard to support each other, deliver an exceptional service to clients and meet our contract requirements.

If you’d like to know more about the role, please visit the DHI website for contact details to arrange an informal discussion.

Deadline for applicants is Thursday 27th August - midday

Interviews are scheduled for Friday 18th September

How To Apply

Please complete an Application form and Skills form using the enclosed Job Description & Person Specification and send to HR before midday 27th August 2020

More information available on the DHI website

Additional documents
Job Description & Person Specification (.pdf)
Application Form (.doc)
Skills Form (.doc)
E&D Monitoring Form (.docx)
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Posted on: 12 August 2020
Closing date: 27 August 2020
Tags: Social Care/Development,Social Work

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