Opportunities in the North East
Due to an increase in funding we have some exciting new opportunities within our teams in the North East
We are currently looking to build our recovery coordination teams with some new opportunities within the North East. Our Recovery Coordination Teams provide specialist support to people using drugs or alcohol.
- 6 x Criminal Justice Recovery Coordinators (3 x Newcastle, 3 x South Tyneside)
- 2 x Criminal Justice Woman’s Recovery Coordinator (Newcastle & Co Durham)
- 2 x Probation and Court Link Recovery Coordinators (Newcastle)
- 1 x Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) Worker (County Durham)
Criminal Justice Young Persons Recovery Worker
Could you provide specialist support to young people who are using drugs and alcohol and involved with the criminal justice system? This role allows a joined up, multi-agency approach to supporting these young people.
Community Development Worker
Do you have the ability to help build and develop peer-led support across the region? We want to ensure that we have sustainable peer support in place which strengthens the recovery offer and helps to build strong recovery communities.
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Lived Experience Apprentice
Do you want to support building our recovery communities across the North East, whilst working towards a recognised qualification in Adult Care?
Harm Reduction Worker – County Durham Drug and Alcohol Recovery Service (CDDARS)
The Harm Reduction Worker for CDDARS will look at hot spots and locations of hard to reach residents who may need additional support. This role will create links with partner agencies and work to spread knowledge in this area to as many individuals and groups as possible.
Police Liaison Workers – County Durham Drug and Alcohol Recovery Service (CDDARS)
Do you have the ambition and drive to make a difference to those who need it most but may not realise? As Police Liaison Worker you will work closely with Police colleagues to support members of the public who may have broken the law but do not require prosecution. With support from the Harm Minimisation Lead and Outreach Worker, you will offer tailored guidance in minimising harmful behaviour and, if require, support those into service should they need more support.
- 1 x Criminal Justice Lead Practitioner (Newcastle)
- 1 x Harm Reduction Lead Practitioner (County Durham)
- 2 x Court and Custody Lead Practitioners (County Durham)
Our lead practitioners provide support to people who use our services and line management to members of the team, ensuring that they have the support and guidance they need to deliver the best possible services. Our lead practitioners also drive our culture of collaborative working with key stakeholders.