Recovery Practitioner, Harrow

£24,627 - £29,000 (pro rata) per annum
18.5 hours per week
Closing date:Sunday, January 24, 2021 - 00:00
Interview date, week commencing:
Job role:

Recovery Practitioner, Harrow

Would you like to work as a recovery practitioner in an established WDP service, and help service users to achieve sustained recovery?


The service

Harrow Recovery Centre is an established, integrated community service that is well performing and highly functioning. The service consists of both clinical and psychosocial elements, and is CQC registered to provide a range of clinical interventions including BBV and health interventions, OST, and community detox, as well as having robust family and carers and service user involvement provision.


The role

The Recovery Practitioner will work from the service site and, at times, across the local community, undertaking a wide range of duty and care-coordination functions, working with service users from the first point of contact through to their planned exit from the service following treatment.  


The successful candidate must be committed, hardworking and highly motivated, and have experience of working with substance misuse and related health and wellbeing issues.  



  • Salary band of £24,627 - £29,000 (pro rata) per annum
  • Permanent contract
  • 18.5 hours per week ( Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday)



Harrow Recovery Centre is based on Bessborough Road, close to Harrow-on-the-Hill tube/rail station.


Why should you apply? 

  • To develop within a thriving and established service
  • A new challenge
  • Focussed caseload
  • The opportunity to work in one of WDP’s flagship services.



For an informal chat about the role, contact Jaya Karira, Service Manager on 07446 379 533 or


To apply, please read the job description, complete the application form and send to


The closing date for applications is Sunday 24th January 2021 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:


  • Entrepreneurial
  • In partnership
  • Strong belief in service users
  • Community focused

All posts are subject to Disclosure and Barring Service Check