Project Worker Homeless and Addictions

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Contract Type

Specialism

Salary

£12 - £12.25 per hour

Posted

14th May 2024

Job Reference

198418

Description

Are you passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of those struggling with homelessness and addictions? Do you possess a deep sense of empathy and understanding for individuals facing these challenges? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you to join our dedicated team as a Compassionate Project Worker.

As a Project Worker, you will provide housing and recovery support to Service Users of all ages who have had a history of alcohol and drug misuse and possibly challenging and negative behaviours, through to those who are abstinent and preparing for independence with the support of our clients recovery housing model.

Working within a challenging environment you will support individuals residing in the project. You will develop integrated, recovery infrastructures that engage, support, and navigate individuals from the vulnerability of addiction to established wellbeing and meaningful activity in the community.

What’s in it for you?

A personalised experience and flexibility with shifts.
Fresh opportunities with exciting various clients.
Free training on-site.
Refer a friend scheme, offering £250 Love2Shop vouchers.

What we need from you.

Support individuals to be empowered and take control of their own lives.
Non-judgmental and positive attitude
A caring attitude and understanding of Homeless and Addictions
Have use of your own transport or have the ability to travel freely on public transport.
The ability to build trusting relationships based on empathy, respect, and non-judgmental support.
Maintain accurate and confidential client records and documentation of services provided.
UK work experience.

Qualifications:

Previous experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness, addictions is essential.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to establish rapport with diverse populations.
Excellent communication and active listening skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team.
Understanding of trauma-informed care principles and harm reduction strategies.

If this sounds like the role you have been waiting for apply now by sending your most up to date CV.

ASA Recruitment is one of Scotland’s largest independent multi-sector recruitment agencies. We specialise in providing effective tailored solutions for permanent, contract and temporary employment requirements for our Clients and Candidates. We are members of the REC and are ISO certified.

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