Scottish Recovery Consortium (SRC) is looking for a pro-active, team player to join the multi-disciplinary Medication Assisted Treatment Standards Implementation Support Team (MIST). As an employee of the Scottish Recovery Consortium (SRC), reporting to SRC Senior Manager & Public Health Scotland MISTQ Team the successful post holder will have a unique opportunity to support the implementation of the Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Standards created to improve addiction services and reduce drug related deaths in Scotland.
The postholder will work with a range of organisations and people across the alcohol, drug and recovery sectors in Scotland e.g. third sector organisations, NHS, Public Health Scotland, people with lived experience, NHS staff and family members of people accessing treatment.
Your role will be to:
Support Alcohol & Drug Partnerships (ADPs) to recruit to their local team of interviewers, to collect experiential evidence on an ongoing basis, to use this evidence to support local quality improvement work and to submit evidence to MISTQ.
To design, develop and deliver training in association with MISTQ Experiential Team and the SRC’s Learning, Education and Development Officers.
To facilitate strategic partnerships between national and locality structures and ensure that data is collected, analysed locally, used for local quality improvement work and fed into MISTQ Experiential Team and other relevant partners.
Being based within SRC ensures a joined up and creative way of affecting change alongside an organisation dedicated to building recovery from addiction in Scotland.
This exciting role involves contributing to the development, support and delivery of a national programme designed to measure outcomes of implementation.
For further information or an informal chat about this innovative and exciting post, please email Jardine Simpson at email@example.com
Please send completed Application & Equal Opportunities Monitoring Declaration Forms to Heather@scottishrecoveryconsortium.org
Completed applications must be received by 5pm on Monday 9th January 2023.
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