Specialist Recovery Navigator – Substance Misuse
Liquid Personnel is currently looking for a Specialist Recovery Navigator to join a Substance Misuse Service in East Yorkshire.
We are looking for a Specialist Recovery Navigator who has an excellent knowledge and understanding of substance misuse and alcohol issues, as well as previous experience in a similar field. As a successful candidate, you must also have knowledge of application of behaviour change strategies and cycle of change.
Knowledge and experience of the following is also required: homelessness, criminal justice, mental health, substance misuse.
Your benefits as a Specialist Recovery Navigator:
- Competitive pay rate (£28,116.74 to £30,212.09 per annum)
- Excellent training and development opportunities
- Supportive team and management
What will you be doing as a Specialist Recovery Navigator?
- You will engage with people that have identified substance misuse and a history of rough sleeping that have recently moved into stable accommodation, identified via the Rough Sleeping Team
- You will carry out comprehensive assessments and develop recovery plans that clearly identify how they will enable progression in addressing substance use and re/integrating into the community
- You will support the project and wider service to inform future opportunities by gathering research on specific topics when required
- You will support the development of service-based recovery communities
- You will ensure the timely and accurate collection, recording and reporting of specified data
Essential requirements of this Specialist Recovery Navigator role:
- Experience of working with individuals that have suffered multiple disadvantages.
- Excellent knowledge and understanding of drug and alcohol issues and experience of working within a related field
- Experience of working in an outcomes-focused environment
- Experience of identifying and Addressing safeguarding incidents
- The ability to manage change successfully in a way that prioritises the needs of service users
- The legal right to work in the UK