Jobs in Scotland

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Training and Prevention Lead – Scotland

Salary: Up to £32,000 per year, depending on experience

Closing Date: 28 January 2022

Interviews to be held remotely by Zoom on 4 February 2022

For further information and to Apply see here….

West Lothian Drug and Alcohol Service

General Manager

Location: West Lothian

Salary: £43348 to £48574

Hours of work: Full Time

Closing date: 14/02/2022

Reporting to the Board of Management and supported by the Therapeutic Support Service Manager, the Business Manager and a small administrative team, the General Manager will be responsible for formulating, setting and delivering the strategic development and funding of the service.

Maintaining and building on external relationships with local commissioning bodies and other agencies is critical to the role

For further details and to Apply see here….

Turning Point Scotland

South Lanarkshire Alcohol & Other Drugs REACHOUT Service (various roles)

The new South Lanarkshire Alcohol & Other Drugs REACHOUT Service will work within the Alcohol & Drug Partnership to establish a service focussing on supporting people over the age of 16 with problematic alcohol & drug use through an Assertive Outreach and Intensive Case Management model.

They are currently hiring for the following roles:

For more information, click on the relevant job title.

Closing date: 30/01/2022

Scottish Drugs Forum

Associate SVQ Assessors (Freelance)
SDF Learning Centre

Assessment fees offered on a per candidate basis.

Work pattern is flexible, SVQ assessment currently offered to candidates remotely.

We are looking to expand our SVQ assessment team which delivers flexible work-based qualifications to the drug and alcohol sector.

As a qualified SVQ Workplace Assessor, you will be able to support candidates working towards Social Services and Healthcare SVQs at levels 2 and 3 as selected by SDF.

You should have a sound knowledge of SVQ assessment practice, alongside a depth of knowledge around the SSSC, and Health and Social Care Standards, through previous experience working in the drug and alcohol or wider social care field.

These opportunities are offered on a freelance basis, as and when assessment work is available through SVQ contracts secured by the SDF Learning Centre.

To be considered for a freelance SVQ Assessor role with SDF, please submit a CV, alongside a covering letter which tells us about your qualities, skills and experience, and how you meet the essential and desirable requirements as detailed in the job description and person specification.

Please also include in your CV two professional referees who are familiar with the quality of your work, have worked directly with you, and have known you at least two years.  Also provide a Full Postal Address and contact telephone number.

For an informal conversation about any aspect of the work of the SDF Learning Centre please contact Chris Messenger – Tel: 07918552042.

Download Job Description and Person Specification here….

Please email CV and Referees to: