Dual Diagnosis Practitioner, Merton
Would you like to be part of a successful team working in a vibrant and innovative environment?
WDP Merton is an integrated drug and alcohol recovery service that offers interventions and treatment for the residents of Merton, to support them through their recovery journey. WDP works innovatively with communities and individuals affected by substance misuse to deliver recovery-focused interventions irrespective of circumstance.
We are seeking to recruit a dynamic and passionate Dual Diagnosis Practitioner to contribute to the success of this service working closely with our service users and partner organisations.
To be successful you will need to have an excellent understanding of complex needs and a willingness to work flexibly. The successful candidate will have a strong work ethic, excellent communication skills and a passion for working creatively with complex service users.
- Salary band of £24,627 - £29,000 per annum
- Permanent contract
- 37.5 hours per week
Based at our service hub in Mitcham but with some off-site working at satellites across the borough.
Why should you apply?
- A new challenge
- Focussed caseload
- Competitive salary
For an informal chat about the role, contact Helen O'Connor, Service Manager on 0300 303 4610 or Helen.email@example.com
To apply, please read the job description, complete the application form and send to WDP.Recruitment@wdp.org.uk
The closing date for applications is Sunday 2nd February 2020 at 00:00 midnight.
WDP and our values
WDP is an innovative behaviour-change charity. We facilitate long-lasting transformation in people’s lives to improve health, wellbeing and social integration. We work across the fields of substance misuse, young person’s support, employability, sexual health and inpatient services.
All staff are required to work to WDP’s four values:
- In partnership
- Strong belief in service users
- Community focused
WDP is recovery focused organisation. Our staff and volunteers are committed to helping our service users to improve their health and wellbeing, and to become free from dependency.