Phoenix Futures
Phoenix Futures

Charity registered in Scotland SC039008

We are a charity and housing association which has been helping people overcome drug and alcohol problems for 50 years. We provide residential, prison, community and specialist services. We believe in being the best, we are passionate about recovery, and we value our history and use it to inform our future.

Current vacancies

Top job! Registered Manager

  • Full time
  • £46,500
  • Alford, Aberdeenshire (On site)
  • Closing 3rd May 2024

Opening in Autumn 2024, we are seeking an exceptional individual to provide leadership in opening and managing a brand new Care Inspectorate registered residential rehabilitation service in West Aberdeenshire. You'll be supported by a charitable organisation with extensive experience in launching and managing top-tier registered care services.

Aligned with our vision of empowering individuals impacted by substance use and associated needs, we're collaborating with national and local partners to deliver safe and effective residential care services. Your role will be pivotal in ensuring that every individual we support receives the highest quality of care and guidance.

About You

Are you ready to make a profound impact on people's lives? We're seeking an extraordinary leader to drive the success of our new residential rehab service. Your experience should include:

  • Previous experience in a CI service
  • Expertise in substance use, mental health, or related fields
  • Demonstrated leadership skills with at least 2 years of experience managing staff or volunteers
  • A burning passion for creating positive change and improving lives

The Role

As the Registered Manager, you'll be responsible for securing registration with the Care Inspectorate and overseeing the day-to-day operations of the facility. Your leadership will inspire a team of dedicated professionals, ensuring regulatory compliance and fostering stakeholder engagement.

Your journey begins with supporting the development of our brand-new service in Alford, West Aberdeenshire. From recruiting staff to preparing for the grand opening, you'll play a pivotal role in shaping the future of addiction recovery in Scotland.

You will be supported and guided by the Operations Lead for the North East Scotland and you will provide leadership and management to deputy managers (who in turn will manage the staff teams) and a nurse. This role is the figurehead of the service on-site, and balances the ongoing service provision with regulatory compliance and stakeholder engagement.

Phase one of the role will involve supporting the Operations Lead and wider colleagues with the development of a brand-new service on the site, in the village of Alford, Aberdeenshire. Contractors are currently undertaking a 26-week building programme to bring the property up to specification and readiness to open. As part of your role, you will also be responsible for the ongoing development of the service to meet resident and stakeholder needs

You will lead on the implementation of the programme, plus the recruitment of the staff team, and preparing the service for opening, with the support of experienced internal teams across the charity.

As a partner working to promote your services, it will be essential for you to align efforts with your organisation's goals, whilst ensuring both quality and financial targets are met.

The Service

Our state-of-the-art facility will offer 27 beds for individuals seeking transformative recovery journeys. With a focus on nature and the environment, and with 1.2 acres of land on site, our Recovery through Nature projects will provide a holistic approach to healing. Plus, staff amenities such as onsite bedrooms and a brand-new gym ensure a supportive and enriching work environment.

About Phoenix Futures

Join a legacy of over 50 years in providing rehabilitation services. At Phoenix Futures, we're committed to rebuilding capacity in the residential rehab sector across England and Scotland. Your dedication will contribute to our mission of delivering hope and transformation to individuals and families affected by addiction. We believe in being the best, we are passionate about recovery, and we value our history.

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Team Manager - North Lanarkshire

  • Full time
  • £27,000
  • North Lanarkshire (On site)
  • Closing 22nd April 2024

Are you looking for your first leadership role in the drug and alcohol sector? For an exciting and challenging opportunity that makes a difference?

We are recruiting a full time Community Team Manager to join our North Lanarkshire team as part of Phoenix Futures Scotland. The role is Monday to Friday, 830am to 430pm with occasional evening and weekend work. You will lead a team that delivers a recovery service to individuals across the 6 localities of North Lanarkshire.

The Role

As the Team Manager, you will work across the 6 localities of North Lanarkshire. We have an office base in Coatbridge and deliver interventions across the locality. You will work closely with the Service Manager and supervise the staff team in order to maintain a high standard for the people that access our service. You will ensure that any concerns relating to safeguarding and risk are appropriately managed as well as ensuring that adequate data is collected and reported on. You will represent the service across North Lanarkshire and will build on the excellent working relationships we have with many partners.

About You

To join us as the Team Manager in North Lanarkshire, you will need:

  • Experience of the substance misuse sector or related field (2 years +)
  • Experience of line managing others (staff, sessional staff or volunteers)
  • Confidence in building relationships with other professionals and to maintain the excellent reputation of Phoenix Futures.
  • The ability to be innovative and flexible in order to meet the needs of the service and work in a fast paced service.

Your Rewards

  • Starting salary of £27,500, with opportunity to access potential yearly salary increments subject to appraisal, meaning potential salary increase up to £31,750.
  • 25 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays (increasing each year to a maximum of 30 days)
  • Benefits including season ticket loan, pension scheme and life assurance.
  • Support through occupational sick pay, eye-care vouchers and regular wellbeing talks and activities.
  • Continuous training and career development via PXL our dedicated learning management system
  • Access to a 24/7 Employee Assistance programme including telephone and online access.
  • A rewarding role with the opportunity to help us support people on their journey to recovery and change their lives for the better.
  • We’ll ensure you get all the support you need to thrive and succeed in your role and find your place amongst our incredible and collaborative team.

About Phoenix Futures

Phoenix Futures Group is a charity with over 50 years’ experience and a leading provider of drug and alcohol treatment.

Our values are what define us and ensure we work to the highest standards. We believe in being the best, we are passionate about recovery, we value our history and use it to inform our future.

We work with local authorities, other charities and service providers across the country to deliver innovative programmes and projects that change lives for the better, setting people on the path to health and emotional wellbeing.

We provide a diverse range of services, our expertise in psychosocial treatment and support is the common thread that runs through everything we do. People need psychological interventions, social support, meaningful use of time, sense of purpose and a place of safety to sustain their recovery. At our core, we support people, families and communities to recover from drug and alcohol dependency.

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Therapeutic Practitioner

  • Full time
  • £24,250
  • Aberdeen (On site)
  • Closing 3rd May 2024

Are you passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of others? Do you possess exceptional skills and a drive to create meaningful change? If so, we invite you to join our team as a Therapeutic Practitioner for our brand new Dayhab service in Aberdeen City.

As a Therapeutic Practitioner at our brand-new Dayhab facility in Aberdeen, you will play a pivotal role in providing high-quality therapeutic services to our service users. Supported and guided by the Service Manager, you will also take on a senior role in guiding and supervising volunteers within the facility.

The Role

  • Provide leadership and guidance to volunteers to ensure effective delivery of services.
  • Collaborate with the Service Manager and colleagues to develop and refine the Therapeutic Community program tailored to the needs of our service user
  • Oversee the implementation of the Therapeutic Community program, ensuring adherence to best practices and standards.
  • Regularly evaluate the effectiveness of the program, making adjustments as necessary to optimize outcomes for service users.
  • Contribute to the ongoing development and improvement of the overall service in Aberdeen, working closely with the Service Manager and other team members.

About You

  • Experience of facilitating or co-facilitating group programmes
  • Experience of delivering 1 to 1 support
  • An understanding of the complex issues presented by individuals within drug and alcohol recovery.
  • Experience of working with individuals in the substance use sector or related field.
  • The ability to be innovative and be flexible in order to meet the needs of the service.
  • Be able to work effectively with multi-agencies, whilst maintaining the excellent reputation of the service.
  • Knowledge of adult and child protection essential as you will be working with vulnerable people in a community setting

The Service

Due to new funding from the Scottish Government, this brand new service will be based in Aberdeen City centre and is currently being procured. This community based service will be framed around our Residential Therapeutic Community model, providing a structured day service. This flexible service will run a structured group work programme in addition to 1 to 1 support, including a range of meaningful activities to build recovery capital. Ran by a small team of 3 staff with support from volunteers and peer mentors. You will also work closely and collaborate with our new Residential service based in Alford and the new Housing team also based in Aberdeen city centre.

About Phoenix Futures

Join a legacy of over 50 years in providing rehabilitation services. At Phoenix Futures, we're committed to rebuilding capacity in the residential rehab sector across England and Scotland. Your dedication will contribute to our mission of delivering hope and transformation to individuals and families affected by addiction. We believe in being the best, we are passionate about recovery, and we value our history.

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Senior Administrator

  • Full time
  • £24,250
  • Alford, Aberdeenshire (On site)
  • Closing 3rd May 2024

As Senior Administrator you will lead the support team functions within the new Alford Residential Service. Managing all administrative functions to ensure the smooth running of the day-to-day administration and finance processes for the service.

The role

  • Oversee all administrative tasks to ensure they are carried out smoothly. This includes tasks such as maintaining records, managing correspondence, scheduling appointments, and handling inquiries.
  • Take charge of financial processes including, invoicing, and financial reporting. Ensure compliance with financial policies and procedures.
  • Assist in administrative duties related to the Housing and Dayhab services in Aberdeen City.
  • Play a key role in the implementation of the new residential service in Alford. This includes setting up administrative systems, coordinating with suppliers, and ensuring all necessary resources are in place for a successful launch.
  • Ensure that all administrative and financial processes adhere to relevant regulations, policies, and standards. This includes data protection laws, financial regulations, and organisational policies.
  • This is not your average desk based admin role, our Therapeutic Community rehabs can be fast-paced, agile places to work with a variety of tasks and responsibilities in a busy team
  • Line management of Administrator (1)

About You

  • Previous experience in an admin role
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook
  • Familiar database and financial systems
  • Strong numeric skills with the ability to manage financial processes such as managing funding of placements, banking of payments, personal allowances and petty cash.
  • Experience of line management or supervisory roles (desirable)

The Service

Our state-of-the-art facility will offer 27 beds for individuals seeking transformative recovery journeys. With a focus on nature and the environment, and with 1.2 acres of land on site, our Recovery through Nature projects will provide a holistic approach to healing. Plus, staff amenities such as onsite bedrooms and a brand-new gym ensure a supportive and enriching work environment. Whilst in a rural location, the staff team will include dedicated Drivers, so please don't let access or transport be a barrier to application.

About Phoenix Futures

Join a legacy of over 50 years in providing rehabilitation services. At Phoenix Futures, we're committed to rebuilding capacity in the residential rehab sector across England and Scotland. Your dedication will contribute to our mission of delivering hope and transformation to individuals and families affected by addiction. We believe in being the best, we are passionate about recovery, and we value our history.

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Board Trustees

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow and Saltcoats
  • Closing 3rd March 2024

We do not aspire to be the biggest provider of services in the drug and alcohol sector, but we constantly strive to be the best. Do you want to be part of our story? We are looking to appoint 3 new trustees to join our Scotland Board.

Phoenix Futures is dedicated to helping individuals, families and communities recover from drug and alcohol problems.

Over the last fifty years we have grown from a single pioneering residential service to a national organisation with over 60 services across housing, community, prison and residential settings delivering abstinence based, abstinence oriented and harm reduction approaches.

We are looking for individuals who share our passion for recovery that in turn motivates people with substance misuse to realise their own recovery. We know families, friends and carers need hope, care and guidance just as much as their loved ones.

As a trustee you will, along with other Board members, have a key role in supporting the work Phoenix Futures through involvement with strategy formulation and monitoring, risk management and internal control.

All Board members are expected to attend all Board meetings (5 times a year). Board meetings are usually held in at our services in Glasgow and Saltcoats, it is an expectation that all Board members visit services throughout the year. There may be some overnight stays required to facilitate these visits.

Phoenix Futures does not remunerate Board members but out of pocket expenses are reimbursed.

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Housing Manager

  • Full time
  • £26,500 – £27,500
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 28th January 2024

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team and lead our Glasgow based Housing Services, as Housing Manager.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise in the provision of housing to support our clients at all stages of their recovery. You will manage the day to day running of our existing housing services and lead your team to ensure high quality recovery focused delivery in accordance with legislation and governing bodies including the Care Inspectorate and commissioner targets.

You will have experience of working with people with multiple needs including addiction, and have a working knowledge of housing standards and processes. Having experience of developing and nurturing partnerships to ensure robust pathways and support are in place to ensure our clients needs are fully met. The Glasgow Housing service currently provides ongoing aftercare support for individuals on completion of a range of residential rehabilitation stays, and therefore you will assist all clients in sustaining long-term recovery.

You will be a positive, innovative and motivational leader who will work collaboratively as part of the Scotland Management Team to support Phoenix Futures Scotland Housing growth targets. As well as being able to ensure occupancy targets are met and compliance with budgeting and financial policy and procedures.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in housing, homelessness, addictions or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet local needs. In return for your commitment, we offer a generous salary and benefits package and flexible working.

Your Rewards

  • Opportunity for pay increments on appraisal meaning salary can increase to £31,250
  • Benefits including season ticket loan, pension scheme and life assurance
  • Support through occupational sick pay, eye-care vouchers and regular wellbeing talks and activities
  • Continuous training and career development via PXL our dedicated learning management system
  • Access to a 24/7 Employee Assistance programme including telephone and online access

About Phoenix Futures

Phoenix Futures Group is a charity with over 50 years’ experience and a leading provider of drug and alcohol treatment.

Our values are what define us and ensure we work to the highest standards. We believe in being the best, we are passionate about recovery, we value our history and use it to inform our future.

We work with local authorities, other charities and service providers across the country to deliver innovative programmes and projects that change lives for the better, setting people on the path to health and emotional wellbeing.

We provide a diverse range of services, our expertise in psychosocial treatment and support is the common thread that runs through everything we do. People need psychological interventions, social support, meaningful use of time, sense of purpose and a place of safety to sustain their recovery. At our core, we support people, families and communities to recover from drug and alcohol dependency.

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Care Team Manager

  • Full time
  • £26,500
  • Saltcoats
  • Closing 21st January 2024

Phoenix Futures at Harper House, National Specialist Family Service have an exciting and rewarding opportunity for someone looking to gain experience working in psychosocial treatment for substance use.

The Role:

As a Care Team Manager, you will support people at Harper House to reach their goals and change their lives for the better. You will be part of a passionate and skilled team, contributing to the provision of person-centred interventions and recovery approaches that are tailored to the needs of individuals and families.

You will be a passionate, motivating and nurturing leader, with experience of leading and supervising staff teams. You will also work in conjunction with the Therapeutic Team, Childcare Team and Clinical Lead to ensure the planning and running of day to day activities goes smoothly including supporting with external appointments, medication as per policy and health, wellbeing and social activities and interventions etc. This is a varied role which is key to the workings of the entire service model, and as you will be supervising both day and night care workers you maybe required to complete some evening work, to support them with their training and practice development.

About You:

To join us as a Care Team Manager at Harper House, you will need:

  • Relevant experience of working in health and social care, ideally within the field of problematic substance use, mental health or another comparable field
  • Evidence of effective partnership working and the ability to network for the benefit of the client and service
  • Evidence of managing a busy caseload or tasks and excellent organisational skills
  • To be proficient in the use of Microsoft Outlook and Word and be familiar with database management systems
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Understand complex issues presented by people entering a residential setting
  • Determined, with a drive to succeed and a willingness to learn
  • Passionate and enthusiastic about making a real difference to the lives of people we support
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Top job! Operations Lead

  • Full time
  • £48,000
  • North-East Scotland - Hybrid Working
  • Closing 21st January 2024

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team to open and lead our new and innovative Residential, Housing and Community services in Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City. We have been awarded funding by the Scottish Government as part of the Residential Rehabilitation Rehab Capacity Programme to increase the number of residential treatment beds across Scotland. We are looking for an Operations Lead to support with the implementation and development of this 3-phase provision.

The Role

As an Operations Lead you will provide clear leadership and direction in line with our leadership qualities across Phoenix Futures and role modelling behaviours that ensure our purpose and values are embedded within the organisation.

About You

We are looking for an individual who enjoys bringing innovative ideas to life and isn’t afraid to take on new and exciting challenges. To join us in Phoenix Futures Scotland you will need:

  • Experience leading and managing a Care Inspectorate registered service or similar
  • Experience of implementing new services and leading teams with change management and through the change process
  • Evidence of developing strategic partnerships across Scotland to support with the development of services and the ability to network to achieve the best outcomes for the individuals that access our services
  • To be determined, with a drive to succeed and a willingness to learn
  • To be passionate and enthusiastic about making a real difference to the lives of people we support
  • Relevant experience of working in health and social care, ideally within the field of drug and alcohol use, mental health or another comparable field
  • Experience of identifying new opportunities for business growth

Your Rewards

Salary of £48,000 with a Performance Related Pay (PRP).

25 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays (increasing each year to a maximum of 30 days).

Benefits including season ticket loan, pension scheme and life assurance.

Support through occupational sick pay, eye-care vouchers and regular wellbeing talks and activities.

Continuous training and career development via PXL our dedicated learning management system.

Access to a 24/7 Employee Assistance programme including telephone and online access.

A rewarding role with the opportunity to help us support people on their journey to recovery and change their lives for the better.

We’ll ensure you get all the support you need to thrive and succeed in your role and find your place amongst our incredible and collaborative team.

The Service

Our new Adult Residential service will be based in Alford in Aberdeenshire and our Recovery Housing and Dayhab service will be based in Aberdeen City. These services will offer a drug and alcohol-free environment and structured support for men and women looking to address both substance use and mental health needs. Our services will have a focus on the therapeutic benefits of the natural environment and our Recovery through Nature work.

About Phoenix Futures

Phoenix Futures Group is a charity with over 50 years’ experience and a leading provider of drug and alcohol treatment. We are a registered charity and housing association. In 1994 we opened our first service in Scotland; a residential service in Glasgow. From this first service, Phoenix Futures Scotland grew to support those affected by drugs and alcohol across the country in prison, community and residential settings.

Our values are what define us and ensure we work to the highest standards. We believe in being the best, we are passionate about recovery, we value our history and use it to inform our future.

We work with local authorities, other charities and service providers across the country to deliver innovative programmes and projects that change lives for the better, setting people on the path to health and emotional wellbeing.

We provide a diverse range of services, our expertise in psychosocial treatment and support is the common thread that runs through everything we do. People need psychological interventions, social support, meaningful use of time, sense of purpose and a place of safety to sustain their recovery. At our core, we support people, families and communities to recover from drug and alcohol dependency.

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Registered Residential Manager

  • Full time
  • £43,000
  • Saltcoats - North Ayrshire
  • Closing 3rd November 2023

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team and lead our new and innovative National Specialist Family Service Harper House as the Registered Residential Manager. As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise to support individuals and families at all stages of their recovery.

The Role

As the Registered Manager you will provide clear leadership and direction in line with our leadership qualities across Phoenix Futures and role modelling behaviours that ensure our purpose and values are embedded within the organisation.

You will manage the day to day operations and lead your multidisciplinary team to ensure high quality recovery focused delivery in accordance with legislation and governing bodies including the Care Inspectorate and commissioners. You will help to create a Centre of Excellence for family support and interventions.

About You

We are looking for an individual who enjoys bringing innovative ideas to life and isn’t afraid to take on new and exciting challenges. To join us in Phoenix Futures Scotland you will need:

  • Experience leading and managing a Care Inspectorate registered service or similar
  • Experience of leading teams
  • Evidence of developing strategic partnerships across Scotland to support with the development of services and the ability to network to achieve the best outcomes for the individuals that access our services
  • Experience of working with people or families with multiple needs and have a working knowledge of family interventions and support
  • Experience of developing and nurturing relationships to ensure robust referral pathways are in place
  • To be determined, with a drive to succeed and a willingness to learn
  • To be passionate and enthusiastic about making a real difference to the lives of people we support
  • Relevant experience of working in health and social care, ideally within the field of drug and alcohol use, mental health or another comparable field
  • Experience of identifying new opportunities for business growth
  • Experience of meeting service targets and compliance with budget and financial policy and procedure

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we'd like to speak to you. In return for your commitment, we offer a generous salary and benefits package and flexible working. Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Operations Lead - North-East Scotland

  • Full time
  • £48,000
  • North-East Scotland
  • Closing 24th October 2023

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team to implement and lead on our new and innovative Residential, Housing and TC services in Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City. We have been awarded funding by the Scottish Government and are looking for an Operations Lead to support with the implementation and development of this 3-phase provision.

The Role

As an Operations Lead you will provide clear leadership and direction in line with our leadership qualities across Phoenix Futures. You will have role modelling behaviours that ensure our purpose and values are embedded within the organisation and across the services that we deliver.

About You

We are looking for an individual who enjoys bringing innovative ideas to life and isn’t afraid to take on new and exciting challenges. To join us in Phoenix Futures Scotland you will need:

  • Experience leading and managing a Care Inspectorate registered service or similar
  • Experience of implementing new services and leading teams with change management and through the change process
  • Evidence of developing strategic partnerships across Scotland to support with the development of services and the ability to network to achieve the best outcomes for the individuals that access our services
  • To be determined, with a drive to succeed and a willingness to learn
  • To be passionate and enthusiastic about making a real difference to the lives of people we support
  • Relevant experience of working in health and social care, ideally within the field of drug and alcohol use, mental health or another comparable field
  • Experience of identifying new opportunities for business growth
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North Lanarkshire Family Outreach Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • North Lanarkshire
  • Closing 22nd September 2023

An exciting opportunity has arisen in our North Lanarkshire service to join our team as a Family Outreach Worker. You will be responsible for delivering a range of family focussed interventions that support families across the 6 localities of North Lanarkshire and taking support to family members where they need it.

You will assess and risk assess family members to ensure we provide them with the right level of support. You will carry a caseload and deliver interventions including CRAFT and also support with the facilitation of family support groups. You will represent the service across the 6 localities of North Lanarkshire and build excellent relationships with our many partners from both statutory and voluntary sectors. You will provide a warm and welcoming environment and provision of support to ensure that all families have a positive and motivating experience using a trauma informed approach. You will be part of a team that is passionate about family members receiving support in their own right and promote the Whole Family Approach and Family Inclusive Practice.

Applicants should be highly organised and be able to work on their own initiative as well as work effectively within a fast paced team. We offer a generous range of benefits and ongoing training to support your personal and professional development.

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North Lanarkshire Family Interventions Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • North Lanarkshire
  • Closing 23rd September 2023

An exciting opportunity has arisen in our North Lanarkshire service to join our team as a Family Interventions Worker. We are expanding our team and looking for individuals that are passionate about making a difference to family members that have been impacted by a loved one's drug and/or alcohol use. You will be responsible for delivering a range of family focussed interventions that support families across the 6 localities of North Lanarkshire.

You will assess and risk assess family members to ensure we provide them with the right level of support. You will carry a caseload and deliver interventions including CRAFT and also support with the facilitation of family support groups. You will represent the service across the 6 localities of North Lanarkshire and build excellent relationships with our many partners from both statutory and voluntary sectors. You will provide a warm and welcoming environment and provision of support to ensure that all families have a positive and motivating experience using a trauma informed approach. You will be part of a team that is passionate about family members receiving support in their own right and promote the Whole Family Approach and Family Inclusive Practice.

Applicants should be highly organised and be able to work on their own initiative as well as work effectively within a fast paced team. We offer a generous range of benefits and ongoing training to support your personal and professional development.

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Fife Prison Peer Mentor Development Worker

  • Part time
  • £23,000 pro-rata
  • Fife
  • Closing 15th September 2023

An exciting opportunity has become available for a passionate and enthusiastic individual to work in our Communities of Recovery Fife service. We are recruiting a part-time Prison Peer Mentor Development Worker who will help bring positive change to the lives of individuals being liberated into the Fife area.

Phoenix Futures Scotland work in partnership with Fife ADP and SPS establishments who have liberations to the Fife area. We support residents pre and post liberation to provide a seamless service. We provide a gate-pick up to support individuals to appointments and also to link people into services in the Fife Community and wider recovery partnership.

You will be motivated about working with this client group and have relevant experience working in this field. You will be responsible for delivering a range of recovery focussed interventions and developing strong partnerships and joint working.

Applicants should be highly organised and able to work on their own initiative as well as work effectively within a fast-paced team.

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Registered Mental Health Nurse

  • Full time
  • £35,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 31st August 2023

The post-holder will be an integral member of a multi-disciplinary team delivering high quality and effective mental health interventions responsive to individual and group need.

Working collaboratively with the service managers to be compliant with clinical mental health practices adhering to the best practice guidelines and comply with the regulatory standards and clinical policies and procedures.

About Phoenix Futures

Phoenix Futures Group is a charity with over 50 years’ experience and a leading provider of drug and alcohol treatment.

Our values are what define us and ensure we work to the highest standards. We believe in being the best, we are passionate about recovery, we value our history and use it to inform our future.

We work with local authorities, other charities and service providers across the country to deliver innovative programmes and projects that change lives for the better, setting people on the path to health and emotional wellbeing.

We provide a diverse range of services, our expertise in psychosocial treatment and support is the common thread that runs through everything we do. People need psychological interventions, social support, meaningful use of time, sense of purpose and a place of safety to sustain their recovery. At our core, we support people, families and communities to recover from drug and alcohol dependency.

Your Rewards

  • 25 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays (increasing each year to a maximum of 30 days)
  • Benefits including season ticket loan, pension scheme and life assurance
  • Support through occupational sick pay, eye-care vouchers and regular wellbeing talks and activities
  • Continuous training and career development via PXL our dedicated learning management system
  • Access to a 24/7 Employee Assistance programme including telephone and online access
  • A rewarding role with the opportunity to help us support people on their journey to recovery and change their lives for the better.
  • We’ll ensure you get all the support you need to thrive and succeed in your role and find your place amongst our incredible and collaborative team.
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This vacancy has now closed

North Lanarkshire Family Outreach Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • North Lanarkshire
  • Closing 5th August 2023

An exciting new opportunity has arisen to become a Family Outreach Worker in our newly funded North Lanarkshire Family Support Service.

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North Lanarkshire Family Interventions Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • North Lanarkshire
  • Closing 5th August 2023

An exciting opportunity has arisen in our North Lanarkshire service to join our team as a Family Interventions Worker. We are expanding our team and looking for individuals that are passionate about making a difference to family members that have been impacted by a loved one's drug and/or alcohol use. You will be responsible for delivering a range of family focussed interventions that support families across the 6 localities of North Lanarkshire.

You will assess and risk assess family members to ensure we provide them with the right level of support. You will carry a caseload and deliver interventions including CRAFT and also support with the facilitation of family support groups. You will represent the service across the 6 localities of North Lanarkshire and build excellent relationships with our many partners from both statutory and voluntary sectors. You will provide a warm and welcoming environment and provision of support to ensure that all families have a positive and motivating experience using a trauma informed approach. You will be part of a team that is passionate about family members receiving support in their own right and promote the Whole Family Approach and Family Inclusive Practice.

Applicants should be highly organised and be able to work on their own initiative as well as work effectively within a fast paced team. We offer a generous range of benefits and ongoing training to support your personal and professional development.

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Therapeutic Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • Saltcoats
  • Closing 25th June 2023

Are you passionate about supporting families with the guidance and support they need to live within the community and thrive as a family? We are now recruit a Therapeutic Worker to join our new and innovative National Specialist Family Residential Service based in Saltcoats, North Ayrshire. The service provides a range of support for parents and their children in a residential setting for example drug and/or alcohol recovery support, parenting, personal development and health & well-being.

The Role

Your role in our therapeutic community will be key. You’ll manage a caseload, assess the people who use our service and manage their recovery/care plans. It will mean developing and applying a range of therapeutic approaches to meet their individual needs, whether that’s employment, education, health etc. You’ll be the one who sees that everything is coordinated from the moment they’re referred to us to the time that they move home.

As a Therapeutic Worker, you will support individuals accessing the residential rehabilitation programme to achieve outcomes that help create long-term recovery. Using the Therapeutic Community “community as method” model you will empower individuals, families and communities to be confident about recovery.

You will support the day to day running of the therapeutic community, ensuring service user needs are met and the best possible care is provided in an environment that promotes a culture of recovery. Whilst also being confident to deliver therapeutic groups, activities, and specialist interventions in accordance with the TC manual and the needs of the service.

Previous experience is desirable, however not essential. Therapeutic Workers come from many different backgrounds and experiences, and you may have the skills required. We are seeking dedicated individuals, based on your values, willingness to learn new skills and the compassion to deliver the best service possible to our residents.

This is a full-time role averaging 37.5 hours per week. You will be expected to work a rolling rota which includes evening and weekend working.

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Deputy Manager

  • Full time
  • £30,000
  • Saltcoats
  • Closing 7th May 2023

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team at Harper House, Scotland's new National Specialist Family Service based in North Ayrshire.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise and support individuals and families at all stages of their recovery. As Deputy Manager you will lead Harper House's programmed interventions and support the day to day running of Harper House, to ensure all families within our care receive the highest standards of responsive support. Leading and nurturing your multidisciplinary team to deliver high quality recovery focused support in accordance with legislation and governing bodies including the Care Inspectorate. You will have experience of working with people and/or families with multiple needs including addiction and have a working knowledge of family interventions and support. Having experience of developing and nurturing partnerships to ensure robust pathways and support are in place to ensure our family’s needs are fully met.

You will be a positive, innovative and motivational leader who will work collaboratively as part of the Scotland Management Team to support Phoenix Futures Scotland developments. As well as being able to ensure service targets are met and compliance with budgeting and financial policy and procedures.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in addictions, family support, social work or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet local and national needs. In return for your commitment, we offer a generous salary and benefits package and flexible working.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Therapeutic Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • Saltcoats
  • Closing 30th April 2023

Are you passionate about supporting families with the guidance and support they need to live within the community and thrive as a family? We are now recruit a Therapeutic Worker to join our new and innovative National Specialist Family Residential Service based in Saltcoats, North Ayrshire. The service provides a range of support for parents and their children in a residential setting for example drug and/or alcohol recovery support, parenting, personal development and health & well-being.

The Role

Your role in our therapeutic community will be key. You’ll manage a caseload, assess the people who use our service and manage their recovery/care plans. It will mean developing and applying a range of therapeutic approaches to meet their individual needs, whether that’s employment, education, health etc. You’ll be the one who sees that everything is coordinated from the moment they’re referred to us to the time that they move home.

As a Therapeutic Worker, you will support individuals accessing the residential rehabilitation programme to achieve outcomes that help create long-term recovery. Using the Therapeutic Community “community as method” model you will empower individuals, families and communities to be confident about recovery.

You will support the day to day running of the therapeutic community, ensuring service user needs are met and the best possible care is provided in an environment that promotes a culture of recovery. Whilst also being confident to deliver therapeutic groups, activities, and specialist interventions in accordance with the TC manual and the needs of the service.

Previous experience is desirable, however not essential. Therapeutic Workers come from many different backgrounds and experiences, and you may have the skills required. We are seeking dedicated individuals, based on your values, willingness to learn new skills and the compassion to deliver the best service possible to our residents.

This is a full-time role averaging 37.5 hours per week. You will be expected to work a rolling rota which includes evening and weekend working.

About You

You will need:

  • An understanding of the complex issues presented by individuals within drug and alcohol recovery.
  • Experience of working with families, and individuals in the substance use sector or related field.
  • The ability to be innovative and be flexible in order to meet the needs of the service.
  • Be able to work effectively with multi-agencies, whilst maintaining the excellent reputation of the service.
  • Knowledge of adult and child protection is essential as you will be working with vulnerable families in a residential setting.

If you feel you are the right person with the necessary experience and passion, please apply.

These opportunities are based in our unique, national specialist family service, the first of its kind in Scotland. A place where parents with their children from across Scotland can come and grow, creating stronger positive family relationships.

Other organisations may call this role; Therapeutic Community Worker, Recovery Practitioner, Recovery Worker etc.

We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and believe it is important to include people with lived experience to ensure the needs of the people we support are represented. We are committed to creating an inclusive working environment where everyone is free to be themselves and we ensure equity of opportunity.

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Therapeutic Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • Saltcoats
  • Closing 20th March 2023

Are you passionate about supporting families with the guidance and support they need to live within the community and thrive as a family? We are now recruit a Therapeutic Worker to join our new and innovative National Specialist Family Residential Service based in Saltcoats, North Ayrshire. The service provides a range of support for parents and their children in a residential setting for example drug and/or alcohol recovery support, parenting, personal development and health & well-being.

The Role

Your role in our therapeutic community will be key. You’ll manage a caseload, assess the people who use our service and manage their recovery/care plans. It will mean developing and applying a range of therapeutic approaches to meet their individual needs, whether that’s employment, education, health etc. You’ll be the one who sees that everything is coordinated from the moment they’re referred to us to the time that they move home.

As a Therapeutic Worker, you will support individuals accessing the residential rehabilitation programme to achieve outcomes that help create long-term recovery. Using the Therapeutic Community “community as method” model you will empower individuals, families and communities to be confident about recovery.

You will support the day to day running of the therapeutic community, ensuring service user needs are met and the best possible care is provided in an environment that promotes a culture of recovery. Whilst also being confident to deliver therapeutic groups, activities, and specialist interventions in accordance with the TC manual and the needs of the service.

Previous experience is desirable, however not essential. Therapeutic Workers come from many different backgrounds and experiences, and you may have the skills required. We are seeking dedicated individuals, based on your values, willingness to learn new skills and the compassion to deliver the best service possible to our residents.

This is a full-time role averaging 37.5 hours per week. You will be expected to work a rolling rota which includes evening and weekend working.

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Assessment & Referral Worker

  • Full time
  • £21,548
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th April 2022

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to support individuals from across Scotland to access Phoenix Futures Scottish Residential Rehabilitation service;

You will have experience of working with people with multiple needs including addiction, and have a working knowledge of residential rehabilitation and strengthening recovery capital. Having experience in working with multiple stakeholders and nurturing relationships you will be able to confidently provide guidance to individuals, families and stakeholders in relation to accessing and developing residential rehabilitation pathways into the service.

You will ensure service users feel supported from the point of referral through to their admission to the residential service; offering responsive support to both the individual and their family members. Completing robust assessments and delivering one-to-one and /or group interventions designed to prepare individuals for a rehab stay. You will also meet all service users on their day of admission and offer support post-admission, ensuring they are welcomed in to the therapeutic community welcome house programme according to their individualised needs. You will be a positive, innovative and motivational. Being able to work to your own initiative, as well as part of a large multi-disciplinary team.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Trainee Recovery Worker

  • Part time
  • £18,574 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 23rd April 2022

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to support individuals from across Scotland to access Phoenix Futures Scottish Residential Rehabilitation service;

The Trainee Recovery Worker role provides both training and experience, for an individual looking to join the sector.

Ideally you will have some experience of working with people with multiple needs including addiction, and have knowledge of residential rehabilitation and the importance of strengthening recovery capital.

You will work within the team actively supporting individuals accessing the residential programme and their families; for example offering guidance, assisting with assessments, co-facilitation of group interventions.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Administrator

  • Full time
  • £19,013
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 9th April 2022

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Scottish Residential Service team as Administrator (maternity cover).

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise and support our clients and families at all stages of their recovery.

The Benefits

  • Salary of £19,013.23 per annum
  • 25 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays
  • Benefits including season ticket loan, pension scheme and life assurance
  • Supportive occupational sick pay, eye-care vouchers and regular well being talks and activities
  • Continuous training and career development via PXL our dedicated learning management system

This is an incredible opportunity for an organised and efficient administrator to take the next step in their career with our exceptional organisation.

We believe in being the best and that is why we strive to create a supportive and engaging working environment for all our staff where we will help you to be the best you can be and thrive in the workplace.

The Role

As an Administrator you will support the wider team and service as a whole through various administrative tasks including maintaining office systems, data inputting and analysis and ensuring information is communicated with relevant parties in a timely manner.

About You

To be considered as an Administrator, you will need:

  • Previous experience of office administration
  • Ideally some experience of being able to analyse data for monitoring and evaluation purposes
  • Experience of working as part of a team and supporting your colleagues
  • Experience of working with people who use drugs and/or alcohol or another comparable field is desirable although not essential
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Word and familiar with relevant database management systems
  • Experience of being an excellent communicator and able to support growth of professional relationships
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Prison Peer Mentor Development Worker

  • Part time
  • £21,548 pro-rata
  • Fife
  • Closing 26th March 2022

An exciting opportunity has become available for a passionate and enthusiastic individual to work in our Communities of Recovery Fife service. We are recruiting a part-time Prison Mentor Development Worker who will help bring positive change to the lives of individuals being liberated into the Fife area.

Phoenix Futures Scotland work in partnership with the ADP and SPS establishments to support prisoners pre and post liberation. You will be responsible for providing a seamless service which supports individuals into services in the Fife community and utilising the wider recovery partnership.

You will be motivated about working with this client group and have relevant experience working in this field. You will be responsible for delivering a wide range of recovery focussed interventions and developing strong partnerships and joint working.

Applicants should be highly organised and be able to work on their own initiative as well as work effectively within a fast-paced team.

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Registered Nurse

  • Full time
  • £32,955
  • Saltcoats
  • Closing 31st March 2022

We are looking for a Registered Nurse (RMN or RGN) to join our National Specialist Family Service and Scottish Residential Service.

Supported by the Clinical Mental Health Lead the post-holder will be an integral member of a multi-disciplinary team delivering high quality and effective nursing support. They will support the management and frontline staff to ensure services adhere to the best practice guidelines and comply with the regulatory standards and clinical policies and procedures.

Working across two residential services in Scotland (National Specialist Family Service – Saltcoats and Scottish Residential Service – Glasgow) you will undertake assessments and high quality physical and mental health interventions, responsive to individual, family and group needs (such as CBT interventions). This post will also support the wider multidisciplinary team in decision making and working with individuals and their families.

This post involves a high level of independent decision making, often with clinically complex situations, therefore, ability to work in this way is essential.

If like us you are driven by a passion for supporting personal change and would like to further your career whilst gaining an in-depth experience of supporting people affected by substance use and mental health needs please get in touch!

What we offer

  • NMC Pin paid
  • Training opportunities and career development
  • Opportunity to access potential yearly salary increments subject to appraisal, meaning potential salary increase up to £38,466.89
  • Employee Benefits and Reward Scheme
  • Benefits including season ticket loan, pension scheme and life assurance
  • 25 days (rising to 30 with length of service) Annual Leave plus Bank Holidays
  • Access to a 24/7 Employee Assistance programme including telephone and online access
  • It is not essential that you have experience within substance use sector, but you must be able to demonstrate how you have worked within a multi-disciplinary team to gain experience, transferable skills, be able to build rapport with others and how you have come to be interested in drug and alcohol recovery services.

The hours of work are Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm but flexible working will be considered.

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Care Workers and Night Care Workers

  • Full time or Part time
  • £19,013
  • Saltcoats, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 1st March 2022

Are you passionate about supporting families with the guidance and support they need to live within the community and thrive as a family? We are now recruiting a Care Workers to join our new and innovative National Specialist Family Residential Service based in Saltcoats, North Ayrshire. The service provides a range of support for parents and their children in a residential setting for example drug and/or alcohol recovery support, parenting, personal development and health & well-being.

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Care Team Manager

  • Full time
  • £24,716
  • Saltcoats, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 1st March 2022

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team and assist in leading our new and innovative National Specialist Family Service as Care Team Manager.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise and support our clients and families at all stages of their recovery.

Once the service opens in Summer 2022 you will support the running of the day to day service and lead your care team to ensure high quality recovery focused support and activities, in line with high quality care standards. Ensuring the safety of our families is paramount and you will work with adults and their children to ensure responsive to support is provided.

You will be a passionate, motivating and nurturing leader, with experience of leading and supervising staff teams. You will also work in conjunction with the Therapeutic Team, Childcare Team and Clinical Lead to ensure the planning and running of day to day activities goes smoothly including supporting with external appointments, medication as per policy and health, wellbeing and social activities and interventions etc. This is a varied role which is key to the workings of the entire service model, and as you will be supervising both day and night care workers you may be required to complete some evening work, to support them with their training and practice development.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in addictions, family support, social work or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet local and national needs. In return for your commitment, we offer a generous salary and benefits package and flexible working.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Therapeutic Team Manager

  • Full time
  • £26,094
  • Saltcoats, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 1st March 2022

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team and assist in leading our new and innovative National Specialist Family Service as Therapeutic Team Manager.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise and support our clients and families at all stages of their recovery.

Once the service opens in Summer 2022 you will support the running of the day to day Therapeutic Community programme and lead the Therapeutic team to ensure high quality recovery focused delivery of a wide range of interventions which include a focus on individual and family development, recovery, parenting and health & well-being etc.

You will have experience of working with people and/or families with multiple needs including addiction and have a working knowledge of family interventions and support. As well as experience of developing and nurturing partnerships to ensure robust pathways and support are in place to ensure our family’s needs are fully met. You will be a passionate, motivating and nurturing leader, with experience of leading and supervising staff teams.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in addictions, family support, social work or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet local and national needs. In return for your commitment, we offer a generous salary and benefits package and flexible working.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Therapeutic Worker

  • Full time
  • £21,548
  • Saltcoats, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 1st March 2022

Are you passionate about supporting families with the guidance and support they need to live within the community and thrive as a family? We are now recruiting for 6 Therapeutic Workers to join our new and innovative National Specialist Family Residential Service based in Saltcoats, North Ayrshire. The service provides a range of support for parents and their children in a residential setting for example drug and/or alcohol recovery support, parenting, personal development and health & well-being.

The Role

Your role in our therapeutic community will be key. You’ll manage a caseload, assess the people who use our service and manage their recovery/care plans. It will mean developing and applying a range of therapeutic approaches to meet their individual needs, whether that’s employment, education, health etc. You’ll be the one who sees that everything is coordinated from the moment they’re referred to us to the time that they move home.

As a Therapeutic Worker, you will support individuals accessing the residential rehabilitation programme to achieve outcomes that help create long-term recovery. Using the Therapeutic Community “community as method” model you will empower individuals, families and communities to be confident about recovery.

You will support the day to day running of the therapeutic community, ensuring service user needs are met and the best possible care is provided in an environment that promotes a culture of recovery. Whilst also being confident to deliver therapeutic groups, activities, and specialist interventions in accordance with the TC manual and the needs of the service.

Previous experience is desirable, however not essential. Therapeutic Workers come from many different backgrounds and experiences, and you may have the skills required. We are seeking dedicated individuals, based on your values, willingness to learn new skills and the compassion to deliver the best service possible to our residents.

This is a full-time role averaging 37.5 hours per week. You will be expected to work a rolling rota which includes evening and weekend working.

About You

You will need:

  • An understanding of the complex issues presented by individuals within drug and alcohol recovery.
  • Experience of working with families, and individuals in the substance use sector or related field.
  • The ability to be innovative and be flexible in order to meet the needs of the service.
  • Be able to work effectively with multi-agencies, whilst maintaining the excellent reputation of the service.
  • Knowledge of adult and child protection is essential as you will be working with vulnerable families in a residential setting.

If you feel you are the right person with the necessary experience and passion, please apply.

These opportunities are based in our unique, national specialist family service, the first of its kind in Scotland. A place where parents with their children from across Scotland can come and grow, creating stronger positive family relationships.

Other organisations may call this role; Therapeutic Community Worker, Recovery Practitioner, Recovery Worker etc.

We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and believe it is important to include people with lived experience to ensure the needs of the people we support are represented. We are committed to creating an inclusive working environment where everyone is free to be themselves and we ensure equity of opportunity.

It is a condition of employment that your vaccination status is recorded where necessary.

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Deputy Manager

  • Full time
  • £28,519
  • Saltcoats, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 1st March 2022

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team and assist in leading our new and innovative National Specialist Family Service as Deputy Manager.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise and support our clients and families at all stages of their recovery.

Once the service opens in Summer 2022 you will manage the day to day running of the Therapeutic Community programme and lead your multidisciplinary team to ensure high quality recovery focused delivery of a wide range of interventions which include a focus on individual and family development, recovery, parenting and health & well-being etc. As well overseeing assessment and referral planning, and ensuring robust continuity of care support packages are in place for after a family completes the programme.

You will have experience of working with people and/or families with multiple needs including addiction and have a working knowledge of family interventions and support. Having experience of developing and nurturing partnerships to ensure robust pathways and support are in place to ensure our family’s needs are fully met. You will also have a clear understanding of Care Inspectorate Standards, deputising for the Registered Manager as required and ensuring high quality service delivery in line with standards. You will be a passionate, motivating and nurturing leader.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in addictions, family support, social work or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet local and national needs. In return for your commitment, we offer a generous salary and benefits package and flexible working.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

It is a condition of employment that your vaccination status is recorded where necessary.

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Top job! Registered Residential Manager

  • Full time
  • £40,000
  • North Ayrshire, Scotland
  • Closing 18th January 2022

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team and lead our new and innovative National Specialist Family Service as Registered Residential Manager.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise and support our clients and families at all stages of their recovery. You will firstly support the implementation of this new service and then once open in Summer 2022 you will manage the day to day operations and lead your multidisciplinary team to ensure high quality recovery focused delivery in accordance with legislation and governing bodies including the Care Inspectorate and commissioners. Helping to create a Centre of Excellence for family support and interventions. You will have experience of working with people and/or families with multiple needs including addiction and have a working knowledge of family interventions and support. Having experience of developing and nurturing partnerships to ensure robust pathways and support are in place to ensure our family’s needs are fully met.

You will be a positive, innovative and motivational leader who will work collaboratively as part of the Scotland Management Team to support Phoenix Futures Scotland developments. As well as being able to ensure service targets are met and compliance with budgeting and financial policy and procedures.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in addictions, family support, social work or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet local and national needs. In return for your commitment, we offer a generous salary and benefits package and flexible working.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Administrator

  • Full time
  • £19,013
  • North Ayrshire, Scotland
  • Closing 18th January 2022

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the new and innovative National Specialist Family Service as Administrator.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise and support our clients and families at all stages of their recovery. You will firstly be on hand to support the implementation of this brand new service and then once open in Summer 2022 you will continue to support the ongoing delivery; supporting the service and wider team in a varied and interesting role.

The Benefits

  • Salary of £19,013.23 per annum
  • 25 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays
  • Benefits including season ticket loan, pension scheme and life assurance
  • Supportive occupational sick pay, eye-care vouchers and regular well being talks and activities

Continuous training and career development via PXL our dedicated learning management system

This is an incredible opportunity for an organised and efficient administrator to take the next step in their career with our exceptional organisation.

We believe in being the best and that is why we strive to create a supportive and engaging working environment for all our staff where we will help you to be the best you can be and thrive in the workplace.

The Role

As an Administrator you will firstly support the implementation team in developing the National Specialist Family service, which is due to open in summer 2022. Then you will be based in the service offering support to families, the wider team and service as a whole through various administrative tasks including maintaining office systems, data inputting and analysis and ensuring information is communicated with relevant parties in a timely manner.

About You

To be considered as an Administrator, you will need:

  • Previous experience of office administration
  • Ideally some experience of being able to analyse data for monitoring and evaluation purposes
  • Experience of working as part of a team and supporting your colleagues
  • Experience of working with people who use drugs and/or alcohol or another comparable field is desirable although not essential
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Word and familiar with relevant database management systems
  • Experience of being an excellent communicator and able to support growth of professional relationships
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Therapeutic Rehab Access Worker

  • Full time
  • £22,194
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th April 2021

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to support individuals from across Scotland to access Phoenix Futures Scottish Residential Rehabilitation service;

You will have experience of working with people with multiple needs including addiction, and have a working knowledge of residential rehabilitation and strengthening recovery capital. Having experience in working with multiple stakeholders and nurturing relationships you will be able to confidently provide guidance to individuals, families and stakeholders in relation to accessing and developing residential rehabilitation pathways into the service.

You will ensure service users feel supported from the point of referral through to their admission to the residential service; offering responsive support to both the individual and their family members. Completing robust assessments and delivering one-to-one and /or group interventions designed to prepare individuals for a rehab stay. You will also meet all service users on their day of admission and

offer support post-admission, ensuring they are welcomed in to the therapeutic community welcome house programme according to their individualised needs. You will be a positive, innovative and motivational. Being able to work to your own initiative, as well as part of a large multi-disciplinary team.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Family Interventions Worker

  • Part time
  • £22,194 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th April 2021

Are you looking for an exciting and challenging opportunity that makes a real difference to individuals and families? We are recruiting a passionate and recovery focussed Family Interventions Worker to support families across our Residential Rehabilitation and Aftercare services in Glasgow.

You will join our experienced multi-disciplinary team; and provide tailored and responsive interventions to the families and loved ones of people accessing our rehab treatment programme and increase the accessibility of family support across Scotland.

Do you have?

  • Experience of delivering high quality family interventions- on a one-to-one or group basis?
  • An understanding of the role families can offer in supporting an individual through residential treatment journeys?
  • Knowledge of the Whole Family approach
  • Experience of working with families and partnerships to ensure robust support in line with family’s needs, policy and legislation.

If so, join us and we will support you to:

  • Contribute to the creative development of our treatment and recovery approach to meet family’s needs.
  • Access a range of learning and development opportunities to support your personal and professional development.
  • Deliver high quality psychosocial family interventions and responsive support packages

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Sustaining Recovery Worker

  • Part time
  • £22,194 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th April 2021

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team delivering long term support to individuals on completion of a residential rehabilitation stay.

You will lead our continuum of care approach to support in sustaining recovery, ensuring high quality, responsive recovery focused delivery in accordance with legislation and governing bodies.

You will have experience of working with people with multiple needs including addiction, and have a working knowledge of residential rehabilitation and strengthening recovery capital. Having experience of developing and nurturing partnerships to ensure robust pathways and care and support is in place to ensure our clients needs are met – up to 12months post-completion of our residential rehabilitation programme. You will be based between Scottish Residential service where you will support individuals and the Therapeutic Team with preparations for move-on and our Glasgow Housing service which currently provides ongoing aftercare support for individuals on completion of a range of residential rehabilitation stays. In addition to set check-ins and reviews with each individual throughout the 12month post-rehab period you will also offer a range of in-person and/or virtual group interventions, mutual aid support, drop-in sessions and our Phoenix ReUnited aftercare and activities programme.

You will be a positive, innovative, motivational and be able to maintain data completing regularly reporting. Being able to work to your own initiative, as well as part of a large multi-disciplinary team.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in addictions, housing, homelessness or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet service user needs.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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Housing Manager

  • Full time
  • £24,716
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 26th March 2021

We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the Phoenix Futures Scotland team and lead our Glasgow based Housing Services, as Housing Manager.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise in the provision of housing to support our clients at all stages of their recovery. You will manage the day to day running of our existing housing services and lead your team to ensure high quality recovery focused delivery in accordance with legislation and governing bodies including the Care Inspectorate and commissioner targets. You will have experience of working with people with multiple needs including addiction, and have a working knowledge of housing standards and processes. Having experience of developing and nurturing partnerships to ensure robust pathways and support are in place to ensure our clients needs are fully met. The Glasgow Housing service currently provides ongoing aftercare support for individuals on completion of a range of residential rehabilitation stays, and therefore you will assist all clients in sustaining long-term recovery.

You will be a positive, innovative and motivational leader who will work collaboratively as part of the Scotland Management Team to support Phoenix Futures Scotland Housing growth targets. As well as being able to ensure occupancy targets are met and compliance with budgeting and financial policy and procedures.

If you are looking for a charity that values your energy, ideas and passion we’d like to speak to you. You will ideally have a background in housing, homelessness, addictions or a related field and have experience of working with multiple stakeholders to deliver outstanding services that meet local needs. In return for your commitment, we offer a generous salary and benefits package and flexible working.

Phoenix Futures are one of the top not-for-profit organisations to work for. We are constantly striving to make recovery sustainable and accessible for everyone who needs help. As a carbon neutral charity we take seriously our responsibility to contribute to an environmentally sustainable future for all.

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