Morgan Hunt are currently recruiting on behalf of a charity for a Substance Misuse Worker in Staffordshire. The role is available on a temporary basis with an immediate start required.
To work as a Substance Misuse Worker in Staffordshire, you will be working in a specialist post working with adults who have are experiencing substance misuse issues. You would be working with clients providing counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, advocacy and education.
* One to one and group work with adults who are experiencing substance misuse issues and addictions
* Harm minimisation and psychosocial intervention
* Liaising with outside agencies
The successful candidate for the role of Substance Misuse Worker in Staffordshire should have:
* Experience working in a previous role within the substance misuse field working particularly with adults
* A passion for helping people into recovery
* A DBS check issued within the last 12 months or on the update service (desirable)
This role as a Substance Misuse Worker in Staffordshire gives the opportunity to gain employment within a reputable organisation within the market. It is perfect for someone with some experience of working with people with a history of substance misuse. Morgan Hunt have been working within the substance misuse field for more than 10 years to help find professionals the right position at the right time. We provide an honest and consultative approach will help our candidates to secure the most suitable position for them. This role gives you an opportunity to work for an organisation and make a real difference to the lives of others.
If you feel you meet the above criteria, please apply now.
Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment Business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to temporary vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer, job suitability are assessed on merit in accordance with their skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.