Vacancies

We believe our single most important resource in delivering our mission is our workforce.

The Alcohol & Drug Service is an exciting and satisfying place to work, offering the opportunity for personal and professional development in a supportive atmosphere.

The Investors in People report described our environment as: “one of continuous improvement and challenge [where] people are supported to look for innovative and creative solutions.”

If this is what you are looking for, we would love to talk to you about joining our organisation.

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Hospital Liaison Substance Misuse Worker

Salary: £23483 - £ 28655
Job Ref: 415
Location: Doncaster
Job Description:

The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS) are a registered charity who have been transforming the lives of people affected by drugs and alcohol misuse for over 35 years.

Access & Liaison is a partnership between ADS and Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH).  The substance misuse team are a part of the wider Hospital Mental Health Liaison service based at Doncaster Royal Infirmary.

It is a very exciting time to be working in the drug and alcohol field with significant new career opportunities being created.

The post will engage with people with substance use problems in both inpatient wards and the Accident and Emergency settings. The successful candidate will provide advice, brief interventions, assessments of risk and need and where appropriate support engagement with specialist treatment service. The role will support positive change in people and reduce their future hospital attendance.

The service is available 7 days a week between 8am and 8pm, therefore you must be prepared to work on a rota basis.

If you have a relevant degree e.g., psychology, sociology, social work or a Diploma in Adult Care or equivalent this could be the role for you.

If you are experienced by working in the field but not have the formal qualifications, we provide a comprehensive package of accredited qualifications and for newly qualified Social Workers we support the ASYE programme.

Benefits:

In return, ADS are offering: 

  • Salary £23483 – £ 28655
  • Generous annual leave, 29 days annual leave per annum, rising to 31 after 2 years’ service and 34 after 5; plus, Public Holidays
  • Attractive Pension Package (6% employer contribution)
  • Health Scheme – Simply Health
  • Training opportunities in line with the personalised learning and development plan
  • Enhanced sick pay
  • Along with joining ADS at a time of exciting and fast-growing change 

For more information contact Wendy Spencer on 01302 644311

Working at ADS is more than a job, it’s an investment of time to make a difference to the lives of people with substance misuse issues and their families.

Closing Date: 21 July 2022

Contact Details:

Tel: 01482 320606

Email:jobs@ads-uk.org

Hospital Liaison Substance Misuse Worker JD

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Administration & Systems Development Coordinator

Salary: £20703 - £25023
Job Ref: 416
Location: Hull
Job Description:

The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS) are a registered charity who have been transforming the lives of people affected by drugs and alcohol misuse for over 35 years.

ADS provides services across the Yorkshire and Humber region and the central support team is based in Hull City Centre.

Having just invested in a world class Google cloud-based platform we are looking for someone to help us make best use of all the elements it provides. This exciting role will lead administration and systems development across the organisation to ensure they are effective and efficient.

If you have a Level 3 qualification in a relevant subject, along with experience or training in IT and google apps, cloud-based technology and databases including building reports we want to hear from you. Supervisory experience is desirable but not essential, training will be provided.

Benefits:

In return, ADS are offering: 

  • Salary £20703 – £25023
  • Generous annual leave, 29 days annual leave per annum, rising to 31 after 2 years’ service and 34 after 5; plus, Public Holidays
  • Attractive Pension Package (6% employer contribution)
  • Health Scheme – Simply Health
  • Training opportunities in line with the personalised learning and development plan
  • Enhanced sick pay
  • To join ADS at a time of exciting and fast-growing change 

For more information and arrange an informal discussion with Tim Young contact: 01482 320606

Working at ADS is more than a job, it’s an investment of time to make a difference to the lives of people with substance misuse issues and their families.

Contact Details:

Tel: 01482 320606

Email: jobs@ads-uk.org

Administrative Development Coordinator JD

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Group Work Practitioner

Salary: £23483 - £ 28655
Job Ref: 413
Location: Aspire, Doncaster
Job Description:

The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS) are a registered charity who have been
transforming the lives of people affected by drugs and alcohol misuse for over 35
years.

Aspire is a partnership between ADS and Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber
NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH). It combines the strengths of both NHS provision
under the leadership of a consultant with the strengths of the voluntary sector provided
by ADS. The partnership has worked together for over 20 years providing Drug and
Alcohol Services to our local communities. It is a forward thinking and innovative
partnership that works closely with the recovery communities it serves to provide
flexible, responsive services which offer the best possible outcomes for its service
users and community it serves.

With a new National Drug Strategy just published, it is a very exciting time to be
working in the drug and alcohol field with significant new career opportunities being
created

This is a growing and emerging team that deliver structured evidence-based group
and 1-1 work to service users across various settings. The team provide groups both
face to face and virtually to service users. The group work programme is designed
around the cycle of change and recovery building model. An important part of this
service is to engage with the wider local community and develop recovery and care
for service users in their communities. An accredited volunteer/mentor programme is
also delivered by the team for people wishing to volunteer.

If you have a relevant degree e.g., psychology, sociology, social work or a L3
Diploma in Health and Social Care or relevant experience in the substance misuse
field, we would like to hear from you.

If you are experienced by working in the field but do not have the formal
qualifications, we provide a comprehensive package of accredited courses and for
newly qualified Social Workers we support the ASYE programme.

Benefits:

In return, ADS are offering:

● Salary £23483 – £ 28655

● Generous annual leave, 29 days annual leave per annum, rising to 31 after 2
years’ service and 34 after 5; plus, Public Holidays

● Attractive Pension Package (6% employer contribution)

● Health Scheme – Simply Health

● Training opportunities in line with the personalised learning and development
plan

● Enhanced sick pay

● Along with joining ADS at a time of exciting and fast-growing change

Contact Details:

For more information contact Louise Braisby on 03000 213900

Closing Date: 11th July 2022
Interview Date: 21st July 2022

Working at ADS is more than a job, it’s an investment of time to make a difference to
the lives of people with substance misuse issues and their families.

Tel: 01482 320606

Email: jobs@asds-uk.org

Group work Practitioner JD

 

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