Humankind are an established provider of substance misuse, health young people and families, employment training and education and housing services. In the last 3 years we have doubled in size. In 2018/19 we had a turnover of circa £36 million pounds and employed in excess of 900 staff, expanding from a turnover of £27 million pounds and 700 staff in a matter of one year.
Humankind have recently been awarded the contract to deliver the North Yorkshire Horizons services from 2019 – 2024 and we are currently recruiting for a Recovery Coordinator to join our North Yorkshire Horizons service in Selby.
North Yorkshire Horizons is a service made up of several key partners including Humankind, enabling the development of a peer led, recovery community. Providing a safe environment in which people can develop the life skills, and confidence to achieve and maintain recovery and abstinence from their substance misuse, successfully re-integrate into society, and become active, contributing citizens.
You will be required to provide holistic support to adult service users receiving substance misuse treatment, both within the Selby based Hub and within a shared care environment, and support them to move through their recovery orientated journey into sustained recovery by achieving positive treatment outcomes within Selby and surrounding areas.
As directed by the Project Manager, the Recovery Coordinator will be an integral member of the dynamic multi agency team developing and delivering comprehensive and tailored individual interventions that will include delivery of a full range of structured, psychosocial and clinical support. The post calls for close co-operation with other professionals such as GP’s, practice nurses and pharmacists and will involve delivering clinics from host environments/GP practices.
Please read the full Job Description and Person Specification prior to applying for this position. We understand the importance of ensuring all our service users are safe from harm and are committed to following guidelines on safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and good working practices, including the safe recruitment of workers.