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Young Person’s Recovery Coach
Job grade/ Salary: £22,185 per annum
Hours: 35 hours over 7 days (Fixed Term till end March 2023)
(Flexible working, part-time hours, or job-sharing arrangements will be considered for the right candidate)
Locaton: Citywide but based within the GCA office in North Claremont Street, Glasgow

Profile: Young Person Recovery Service is based within the Recovery Employability Service.  It will provide diversionary work and to promote recovery for young people where drugs and alcohol have been a risk for them and promote pathways to employment, provide training, education and volunteering opportunities.  Young Person Recovery Service will support individuals to achieve positive destinations.

This project is led by Glasgow Health & Social Care Partnership (GHSCP), National Health Service Greater Glasgow & Clyde (NHSGG&C) and Glasgow Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP), and delivered by GCA.

The Young Person’s Recovery Coach will be employed by, and based in, Glasgow Council on Alcohol (GCA).

In return for choosing to work for GCA, the benefits you will receive are:

  • Very generous annual leave entitlement: full time employees start with an annual leave entitlement of 37 days (inclusive of 12 bank holidays) which increases to 38 days after 2 years, 40 days after 5 years and 42 days after 10 years length of service.
  • 5 duvet days where employees may take time off at short notice.
  • Death in service policy of 2 times salary.
  • Cycle to work scheme where employees can save money on a new bike and spread the cost.

Organisation Profile: Glasgow Council on Alcohol (GCA) was founded in 1965 and is the oldest established Council on Alcohol in Scotland. GCA is a voluntary organisation working to reduce the harm caused by alcohol misuse through the provision of a range of high quality advice, information, counselling, support, prevention and education and training services.

For an application pack please download and complete the following documents and return to: recruitment@glasgowcouncilonalcohol.org by the given deadline.

Application for YP’s Recovery Coach July 2022
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES MONITORING FORM 2021
GCA Applicant Privacy Notice Feb 2021
YP’s Recovery Coach Guidance Notes July 2022
YP’s Recovery Coach JD PS July 2022

If you need the application form in an alternative format please contact Glasgow Council on Alcohol, 14 North Claremont Street, Glasgow G3 7LE Tel: 0141 353 1800 or e-mail us at recruitment@glasgowcouncilonalcohol.org.

Please note: A PVG membership will be required for this post.  This will be arranged by Glasgow Council on Alcohol.

No CV’s please, submit completed applications to: recruitment@glasgowcouncilonalcohol.org

Closing date for applications Friday 12th August 2022
Date of shortlist meeting to select candidates for Interview Wednesday 17th August 2022
Date of interviews Thursday 25th August 2022 in GCA
Date for feedback for candidates selected for interview Thursday 1st September 2022, 2pm-4pm
Date of appointment

 

ASAP

 

 

 

Community Alcohol Brief Intervention (ABI) Practitioner
RATE: £21,750 – £23,750 per annum pro rata
HOURS: Full or Part time hours available

Role:

The Community ABI Practitioner will provide a community based Alcohol Brief Intervention service in the wider community and primary care settings throughout Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire in partnership with other statutory, voluntary and community agencies in the area.

In return for choosing to work for GCA, the benefits you will receive are:

  • Very generous annual leave entitlement: full time employees start with an annual leave entitlement of 37 days (inclusive of 12 bank holidays) which increases to 38 days after 2 years, 40 days after 5 years and 42 days after 10 years length of service.
  • 5 duvet days where employees may take time off at short notice.
  • Death in service policy of 2 times salary.
  • Cycle to work scheme where employees can save money on a new bike and spread the cost.
  • Training and development commitment to help employees perform to the best of their abilities.

Organisation Profile:

GCA was founded in 1965 and is the oldest established Council on Alcohol in Scotland. GCA is a voluntary organisation working to reduce the harm caused by alcohol misuse through the provision of a range of high quality advice, information, counselling, support, prevention and education and training services.

For an application pack please download and complete the following documents and return to: recruitment@glasgowcouncilonalcohol.org by the given deadline.

Application for Community ABI Practitioner June 2022
Community ABI Practitioner Guidance Notes June 2022
Community ABI Practitioner JD and PS
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES MONITORING FORM 2022
GCA Applicant Privacy Notice June 2019. docx

If you need the application form in an alternative format please contact Glasgow Council on Alcohol, 14 North Claremont Street, Glasgow G3 7LE Tel: 0141 353 1800 or e-mail us at recruitment@glasgowcouncilonalcohol.org.

 

Please note: A PVG membership will be required for this post.  This will be arranged by Glasgow Council on Alcohol.

No CV’s please, submit completed applications to: recruitment@glasgowcouncilonalcohol.org

 

STAGE IN PROCESS TIMESCALE
Closing date for applications Monday 4th July  2022, 12 noon
Date of shortlist meeting to select candidates for interview Tuesday 5th July 2022
Date of interviews Monday 11th July 2022
Date for feedback for candidates selected for interview Friday 15th July 2022, 10am-12pm
Date of appointment ASAP

 

 

N.B If you have not received a phone call/email inviting to interview by 5pm on Wednesday 6th July 2022 your application has not been successful.

 

Benefits of
working
with GCA

In return for choosing to work for GCA, the benefits you will receive are:

  • Very generous annual leave entitlement : full time employees start with an annual leave entitlement of 37 days (inclusive of 12 bank holidays) which increases to 38 days after 2 years, 40 days after 5 years and 42 days after 10 years length of service.
  • 5 duvet days where employees may take time off at short notice.
  • Death in service policy of 2 times salary.
  • Cycle to work scheme where employees can save money on a new bike and spread the cost.
  • Training and development commitment to help employees perform to the best of their abilities.

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