We’re looking for two LGBT recovery workers for our busy drug and alcohol recovery partnership in the City of London and Hackney. The postholder will be experienced in supporting LGBT people with complex drug and alcohol issues, including gay and bisexual men engaged in chemsex.
You will be delivering one to one and group treatment interventions to a caseload of clients from the City and Hackney Partnership building in Mare Street E8, our own building in Kings Cross, at satellite venues across the City of London and Hackney, and online.
The City and Hackney Recovery Service is a partnership between Turning Point, Mind in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest, and London Friend’s Antidote service. We are the LGBT lead, and our specialist roles offer a targeted LGBT treatment pathway for people in drug treatment, whilst contributing to the improvement of the service overall in supporting LGBT clients.
The postholder will be employed by London Friend but work as part of a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary team in a very busy local drug and alcohol treatment service with a diverse client base.
This is a full-time position with a contract to 30th September 2025. There are possible extensions for a further four years subject to confirmation of extension of contract by the local commissioners.
To apply please complete the application form and equalities monitoring form and submit via email as directed. Please do not send CVs. Closing date 5pm on Monday 30th November 2021. Interviews are scheduled for early December, with the roles being available to start in January 2022.