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We are looking for a Lived Experience Advisor to to work alongside our leadership team over the next 6 months and providing advice, evidence and recommendations for developing the delivery model that will represent the core of our services for the next 3 to 5 years.

Position: Lived Experience Advisor

Location: Remote

Salary: Negotiable hourly rate

Hours: Dependent on business needs

Contract: FTC – 6 months

About the Role

You will be responsible for supporting the development of an organisation-wide strategy and approach to lived experience participation.  You will help us building a structure that can harness the voices of our service users in a meaningful and impactful way, bringing a positive change within the organisation and the gambling treatment sector as a whole.

About You

If you are passionate about lived experience being at the centre of organisational development and service improvements, this post is for you.

We are looking for an experienced Researcher to lead on the delivery and ongoing development of the charity’s evaluation and research strategy.

Position: Evaluation and Research Lead

Location: Remote with occasional travel Dudley

Salary: £35-40k

Hours: Full-time, 35 hours

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: 28 days’ annual leave, 6% pension contribution, flexible and remote working opportunities, occupational sick pay, eye care vouchers.

Closing Date: 29th May 2022

The Role

We are looking for an Evaluation and Research Lead who has experience in designing, delivering and disseminating research, training and evaluation data in the health and social care field.  The role will provide the opportunity to support the charity in developing innovative models of care and to ensure that services are able to demonstrate impact and value. You will have experience facilitating the sharing of insights and learning externally so that we can advance the effective treatment and understanding of harmful gambling.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Advance the effective treatment and understanding of harmful gambling through clinical research, specialist training and innovative, evidence-based rehabilitation programmes.
  • Facilitate experience driven research and research driven practice.
  • Work with existing monitoring, learning and evaluation systems and data to help the organisation understand and share impact and learning.
  • Develop and maintain collaborations with academic and research partners.
  • Manage the day to day delivery of the existing research projects.
  • Work with the Director of Clinical Services and the wider leadership team to identify information gaps and potential future research by conducting surveys, research and monitoring services performance.
  • Lead on collaboration with academic and training institutions in regards to student placements.
  • Support the development of future standard setting and organisation.
  • Support the Director of Clinical Services in the development and implementation of a competency framework and standardised training package for practitioners working with sever gambling harms.
  • Support the testing and development of internal clinical training through evaluation and research.
  • Produce evaluation and research reports to support our fundraising team.

About You

As Evaluation and Research Lead, you will have:

  • A post-graduate research qualification in a relevant field (Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Public Health or related fields) or demonstrable knowledge experience and competency in this area
  • Experience of leading psychological and/or social research and evaluation design and implementation in health and/or social care settings
  • Experience in either or both quantitative and qualitative research methods and strong statistical analysis and evaluation skills
  • Practical experience of leading on or contributing to an effective quality assurance programme including providing robust feedback
  • Experience of leading learning processes or implementing evidence-based changes to strategy or intervention delivery
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and active listening skills.

The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.

You may have experience in areas such as Evaluation, Evaluation and Research, Research, Researcher, Data Research, Data Analyst, Research Data, Data Evaluation, Impact and Evaluation, Health, Social Care, Health and Social Care, Clinical Research, Clinical Researcher, Research Project Manager, Scientific Research, Quantitate Research, Qualitative Research, Clinical Services, Psychology Research, Sociology, Research Social Work Research, Public Health Research, Health Research, Social Research, Social Care Research, Psychology Researcher, Sociology Researcher, Social Work Researcher, Public Health Researcher, Health Researcher, Social Researcher, Social Care Researcher.

We are looking for a Pre Treatment Gambling Addiction Therapist to work as part of a team providing therapeutic assessment to service users approaching the charity to access support for gambling related harm.

Position: Pre Treatment Gambling Addiction Therapist

Location: Remote

Salary: £26,000 – £30,000 per annum

Hours: Full time, 35 hours per week

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: 28 days’ annual leave, 6% pension contribution, occupational sick pay, eye care vouchers

Closing Date: 29th May 2022

About the Role

As Pre Treatment Gambling Addiction Therapist, you will assist in providing a pre-treatment wrap-around service ensuring potential service users will have access to the right help they require in order to access the right support for them and overcome any barriers in doing so. You will support in the engagement of clients, manage their assessments and provision of support in order to ensure they are held appropriately on their journey into treatment. You will play a significant role in assessing and coordinating service users applying to use the services.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Arrange and complete comprehensive assessment for service users
  • Inform applicants of the outcome of their applications
  • Signpost and refer applicants to other suitable treatment provisions
  • Obtain further information if needed from other sources
  • Ensure prompt identification and management of risks, incidents, safeguarding, and delivery of quality interventions
  • Keep up to date records of our waiting list and prioritise clients for treatment.
  • Provide therapeutic support and advise Gordon Moody service users as required.
  • To support the continuous review and develop of the pre-treatment wrap-around programmes through evaluation, continuous improvement, and development of projects as necessary
  • To proactively support the work of the organisation with external stakeholders and act as a Gordon Moody ambassador

About You

As Pre Treatment Gambling Addiction Therapist, you will have a qualification and/or training in a relevant discipline (Healthcare/Social Work/Psychology/Psychotherapy or Counselling.

You will have:

  • CBT and/or Motivational Interviewing training and/or relevant qualification
  • Experience and/or training in supporting, people living with addiction/mental health issues
  • Experience of planning and facilitating structured work with vulnerable and challenging groups
  • Experience of working in a therapeutic environment/service, ideally with addiction
  • Ability to comprehensively assess risk and need and manage complex case
  • Experience of safeguarding vulnerable clients and/or affected others
  • Experience of using CRM systems Intermediate level MS Office skills Word, Excel, PowerPoint Case management experience with an understanding and application of risk, incident and safeguarding processes
  • Knowledge and understanding of the issues presented and treatment of addiction and mental health issues.

 

Although not essential knowledge of the effects of problem gambling, experience of delivering therapeutic support and of working in a recovery service would be highly beneficial, as would a counselling / Addiction qualification.

The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.

You may have experience in areas such as Health Engagement, Residential Treatment, Gambling Treatment, Gambling Therapist, Gambling Addiction, Gambling, Rehabilitation Therapist, Rehabilitation, Residential Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Centre, Outreach, Addiction Therapist, Addiction Counsellor, Recovery Worker, Recovery Therapist, Recovery, Outreach Worker, Counselling, Counsellor, Psychotherapist, Addiction Counsellor, Gambling Counsellor, Community Counsellor, Counselling Psychotherapist, Adult Services, Mental Health.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Therapist to join the team as a Residential Treatment Gambling Therapist, to provide effective support to the established Residential Rehabilitation Programme in a way that enables clients to overcome their addiction to gambling and move forward to recovery and independent living.

The Programme provides structured support, to males aged over 18 years with severe gambling history, through a 14-week residential stay.

Position: Residential Treatment Gambling Therapist

Location: Dudley, West Midlands (full-time on site)

Salary: £26,000 – £30,000 per annum

Hours: 35 Hours per week

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: 28 days’ annual leave, 6% pension contribution, occupational sick pay, eye care vouchers.

Closing Date: 10th June 2022

About the Role

As a Residential Treatment Gambling Therapist, you will provide appropriate recovery-focused therapeutic advice and support to assist residents in addressing their gambling problems and achieving their goals in line with the Residential Programme.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Service Delivery
  • Innovation
  • Expertise
  • Effective Governance

About You

As a Residential Treatment Gambling Therapist, you will uphold the organisations values and be non-judgemental, passionate, honest and open to change and empower service users.

You will have:

 

  • Extensive experience of working in Addiction Recovery or a Diploma level qualification in Counselling BACP or equivalent.
  • CBT and/or Motivational Interviewing training and/or relevant qualification
  • Case management experience with an understanding and application of risk, incident and safeguarding processes
  • Excellent communication skills written, verbal and reporting
  • Experience of planning and facilitating structured group work with vulnerable and challenging groups
  • Experience of working in a therapeutic environment/service, ideally with addiction
  • The ability to manage crisis situations and work flexibly to meet presenting needs within a remote location
  • The ability to work professionally with women and, with an understanding of different issues women are presented with
  • The ability to work independently, as part of a team, and as part of a wider organization
  • Evidence of continuing professional development and willingness to develop
  • The ability to evidence a commitment to our values

About the Organisation

A registered charity with over 50 years’ experience in providing residential support and treatment for people who are severely addicted to gambling, which provides advice, education and high quality innovative therapeutic support to problem gamblers and those affected by gambling, through residential, online and outreach services.

The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.

You may have experience in areas such as Health Engagement, Residential Treatment, Gambling Treatment, Gambling Therapist, Gambling Addiction, Gambling, Rehabilitation Therapist, Rehabilitation, Residential Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Centre, Outreach, Addiction Therapist, Addiction Counsellor, Recovery Worker, Recovery Therapist, Recovery, Outreach Worker, Counselling, Counsellor, Psychotherapist, Addiction Counsellor, Gambling Counsellor, Community Counsellor, Counselling Psychotherapist, Adult Services, Mental Health.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Residential Therapist to join the team as a Residential Treatment Gambling Therapist, to provide effective support to the established Residential Rehabilitation Programme in a way that enables clients to overcome their addiction to gambling and move forward to recovery and independent living.

The Programme provides structured support, to males aged over 18 years with severe gambling history, through a 14-week residential stay.

Position: Residential Treatment Gambling Therapist

Location: Prestwich, Manchester (full-time on site)

Salary: £26,000 – £30,000 per annum

Hours: 35 Hours per week

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: 28 days’ annual leave, 6% pension contribution, occupational sick pay, eye care vouchers.

Closing Date: 10th June 2022

About the Role

As a Residential Treatment Gambling Therapist, you will provide appropriate recovery-focused therapeutic advice and support to assist residents in addressing their gambling problems and achieving their goals in line with the Residential Programme.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Service Delivery
  • Innovation
  • Expertise
  • Effective Governance

About You

As a Residential Treatment Gambling Therapist, you will uphold the organisations values and be non-judgemental, passionate, honest and open to change and empower service users.

You will have:

 

  • Extensive experience of working in Addiction Recovery or a Diploma level qualification in Counselling BACP or equivalent.
  • CBT and/or Motivational Interviewing training and/or relevant qualification
  • Case management experience with an understanding and application of risk, incident and safeguarding processes
  • Excellent communication skills written, verbal and reporting
  • Experience of planning and facilitating structured group work with vulnerable and challenging groups
  • Experience of working in a therapeutic environment/service, ideally with addiction
  • The ability to manage crisis situations and work flexibly to meet presenting needs within a remote location
  • The ability to work professionally with women and, with an understanding of different issues women are presented with
  • The ability to work independently, as part of a team, and as part of a wider organization
  • Evidence of continuing professional development and willingness to develop
  • The ability to evidence a commitment to our values

About the Organisation

A registered charity with over 50 years’ experience in providing residential support and treatment for people who are severely addicted to gambling, which provides advice, education and high quality innovative therapeutic support to problem gamblers and those affected by gambling, through residential, online and outreach services.

The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.

You may have experience in areas such as Health Engagement, Residential Treatment, Gambling Treatment, Gambling Therapist, Gambling Addiction, Gambling, Rehabilitation Therapist, Rehabilitation, Residential Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Centre, Outreach, Addiction Therapist, Addiction Counsellor, Recovery Worker, Recovery Therapist, Recovery, Outreach Worker, Counselling, Counsellor, Psychotherapist, Addiction Counsellor, Gambling Counsellor, Community Counsellor, Counselling Psychotherapist, Adult Services, Mental Health.

Purchase Ledger Assistant

We are looking for a Purchase Ledger Assistant to maintain the charities purchase ledger and support the finance functions of the charity.

Position: Purchase Ledger Assistant

Location: Dudley (Hybrid Model with some home working)

Salary: £20,000-£23,000 (pro rata for 20 hours)

Hours: Part-time, 20 hours per week (flexible days)

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: 28 days’ annual leave, 6% pension contribution, occupational sick pay, eye care vouchers.

About the Role

As Purchase Ledger Assistant your key responsibilities will include:

  • Purchase ledger (invoices, coding, gaining authorisation)
  • Weekly payment runs
  • Daily bank upload and reconciliation
  • Ensuring all supplier information is accurate and up to date (obtaining insurance etc.)
  • Ad hoc finance support

About You

As Purchase Ledger Assistant, you will have experience in a similar role and a passion for the organisations mission.

You will have:

  • Previous purchase ledger experience (essential)
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Excellent IT literacy
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to work within a team – especially remotely
  • Can work in a completely paperless environment
  • Working to finance deadlines

The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.

You may have experience in areas such as Purchase Ledger Clerk, Purchase Ledger Assistant, Purchase Ledger Administrator, Junior Purchase Ledger Clerk, Senior Purchase Ledger Clerk, Accounts Assistant, Accounts Administrator, Finance Assistant, Finance Clerk.

We are looking for a Residential Support Worker to provide effective support to the organisations Residential Rehabilitation Programme in a way that enables clients to overcome their addiction to gambling and move forward to recovery and independent living.

The Programme provides structured support, to males aged over 18 years with severe gambling history, through a 12-week residential stay.

Position: Residential Support Worker

Location: Beckenham

Salary: From £20,000- £25,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Hours: 35 hours per week Monday to Friday

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: 28 days’ annual leave, 6% pension contribution, occupational sick pay, wellbeing programme and eye care vouchers.

About the Role

As Residential Support Worker, you will lead on the induction of new residents through provision of key information, ensuring initial needs and concerns are identified and met, and helping them to settle in. This will also include preparation of their room, safe storage of personal items and property checks.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Lead on housing benefits applications – supporting residents to complete and submit
  • Assist and ensure residents are registered with local facilities
  • Liaise with a range of health, justice and social care agencies to support residents’ needs and recovery, including other gambling treatment providers
  • Assist and provide advocacy for residents with communication issues where appropriate
  • Address problems arising within the house on an individual basis or within house meetings
  • Support residents to develop their living skills
  • Support residents to plan for indoor and outdoor recreational and recovery-based activities
  • Support residents to meet their wider health and social care needs, both whilst in treatment and on exit to the community, in line with their support plans and in liaison with the therapists
  • Support the service to ensure rent payments are made and arrears are managed
  • Undertake monthly Health & Safety checks of communal areas, staff areas and resident’s rooms
  • Support the therapists in the delivery of the Programme
  • Support development of the Programme though evaluation, continuous improvement and development projects as necessary
  • Proactively support the work of the organisation with external stakeholders
  • Partake in learning and development opportunities

About You

As a Residential Support Worker,

You will also have:

  • Have worked in a similar role (in addictions would be advantageous)
  • Organisation skills, including support planning with vulnerable groups
  • Communication skills, to include both written and verbal reporting
  • Understanding of risk, incident and safeguarding processes
  • Negotiation, advocacy, advice and signposting skills
  • The ability to establish working relationships with partner agencies
  • The ability to handle crisis situations and work flexibly to meet needs
  • The ability to work independently, as part of a team and as part of a wider organisation

About the Organisation
We are a registered charity and have over 50 years’ experience in providing residential support and treatment for people who are severely addicted to gambling. We provide advice, education and high quality innovative therapeutic support to problem gamblers and those affected by gambling, through residential, online and outreach services.

The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.

You may have experience in areas such as Residential Support Coordinator, Residential Rehabilitation Support Coordinator, Rehabilitation Support Coordinator, Programme Support Coordinator, Programme Officer, Residential Support Worker, Residential Support Officer, Residential Support Case Worker, Support Worker, Support Officer, Care Worker, Recovery Worker.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £20,000.00-£23,000.00 per year

, justice and social care agencies to support residents’ needs and recovery, including other gambling treatment providers

  • Assist and provide advocacy for residents with communication issues where appropriate
  • Address problems arising within the house on an individual basis or within house meetings
  • Support residents to develop their living skills
  • Support residents to plan for indoor and outdoor recreational and recovery-based activities
  • Support residents to meet their wider health and social care needs, both whilst in treatment and on exit to the community, in line with their support plans and in liaison with the therapists
  • Support the service to ensure rent payments are made and arrears are managed
  • Undertake monthly Health & Safety checks of communal areas, staff areas and resident’s rooms
  • Support the therapists in the delivery of the Programme
  • Support development of the Programme though evaluation, continuous improvement and development projects as necessary
  • Proactively support the work of the organisation with external stakeholders
  • Partake in learning and development opportunities

About You

As a Residential Support Worker,

You will also have:

  • Have worked in a similar role (in addictions would be advantageous)
  • Organisation skills, including support planning with vulnerable groups
  • Communication skills, to include both written and verbal reporting
  • Understanding of risk, incident and safeguarding processes
  • Negotiation, advocacy, advice and signposting skills
  • The ability to establish working relationships with partner agencies
  • The ability to handle crisis situations and work flexibly to meet needs
  • The ability to work independently, as part of a team and as part of a wider organisation

The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.

We are looking for a Residential Support Worker to provide effective support to the organisations Residential Rehabilitation Programme in a way that enables clients to overcome their addiction to gambling and move forward to recovery and independent living.

The Programme provides structured support, to males aged over 18 years with severe gambling history, through a 12-week residential stay.

Position: Residential Support Worker

Location: Dudley (West Midlands)

Salary: From £20,000- £23,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Hours: 35 hours per week Monday to Friday

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: 28 days’ annual leave, 6% pension contribution, occupational sick pay, wellbeing programme and eye care vouchers.

About the Role

As Residential Support Worker, you will lead on the induction of new residents through provision of key information, ensuring initial needs and concerns are identified and met, and helping them to settle in. This will also include preparation of their room, safe storage of personal items and property checks.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Lead on housing benefits applications – supporting residents to complete and submit
  • Assist and ensure residents are registered with local facilities
  • Liaise with a range of health, justice and social care agencies to support residents’ needs and recovery, including other gambling treatment providers
  • Assist and provide advocacy for residents with communication issues where appropriate
  • Address problems arising within the house on an individual basis or within house meetings
  • Support residents to develop their living skills
  • Support residents to plan for indoor and outdoor recreational and recovery-based activities
  • Support residents to meet their wider health and social care needs, both whilst in treatment and on exit to the community, in line with their support plans and in liaison with the therapists
  • Support the service to ensure rent payments are made and arrears are managed
  • Undertake monthly Health & Safety checks of communal areas, staff areas and resident’s rooms
  • Support the therapists in the delivery of the Programme
  • Support development of the Programme though evaluation, continuous improvement and development projects as necessary
  • Proactively support the work of the organisation with external stakeholders
  • Partake in learning and development opportunities

About You

As a Residential Support Worker,

You will also have:

  • Have worked in a similar role (in addictions would be advantageous)
  • Organisation skills, including support planning with vulnerable groups
  • Communication skills, to include both written and verbal reporting
  • Understanding of risk, incident and safeguarding processes
  • Negotiation, advocacy, advice and signposting skills
  • The ability to establish working relationships with partner agencies
  • The ability to handle crisis situations and work flexibly to meet needs
  • The ability to work independently, as part of a team and as part of a wider organisation

The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.

 

We are looking for a Residential Support Worker to provide effective support to the organisations Residential Rehabilitation Programme in a way that enables clients to overcome their addiction to gambling and move forward to recovery and independent living.

The Programme provides structured support, to males aged over 18 years with severe gambling history, through a 12-week residential stay.

Position: Residential Support Worker

Location: Prestwich, Manchester

Salary: From £20,000- £23,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Hours: 35 hours per week Monday to Friday

Contract: Permanent

Benefits: 28 days’ annual leave, 6% pension contribution, occupational sick pay, wellbeing programme and eye care vouchers.

About the Role

As Residential Support Worker, you will lead on the induction of new residents through provision of key information, ensuring initial needs and concerns are identified and met, and helping them to settle in. This will also include preparation of their room, safe storage of personal items and property checks.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Lead on housing benefits applications – supporting residents to complete and submit
  • Assist and ensure residents are registered with local facilities
  • Liaise with a range of health, justice and social care agencies to support residents’ needs and recovery, including other gambling treatment providers
  • Assist and provide advocacy for residents with communication issues where appropriate
  • Address problems arising within the house on an individual basis or within house meetings
  • Support residents to develop their living skills
  • Support residents to plan for indoor and outdoor recreational and recovery-based activities
  • Support residents to meet their wider health and social care needs, both whilst in treatment and on exit to the community, in line with their support plans and in liaison with the therapists
  • Support the service to ensure rent payments are made and arrears are managed
  • Undertake monthly Health & Safety checks of communal areas, staff areas and resident’s rooms
  • Support the therapists in the delivery of the Programme
  • Support development of the Programme though evaluation, continuous improvement and development projects as necessary
  • Proactively support the work of the organisation with external stakeholders
  • Partake in learning and development opportunities

About You

As a Residential Support Worker,

You will also have:

  • Have worked in a similar role (in addictions would be advantageous)
  • Organisation skills, including support planning with vulnerable groups
  • Communication skills, to include both written and verbal reporting
  • Understanding of risk, incident and safeguarding processes
  • Negotiation, advocacy, advice and signposting skills
  • The ability to establish working relationships with partner agencies
  • The ability to handle crisis situations and work flexibly to meet needs
  • The ability to work independently, as part of a team and as part of a wider organisation

The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.

  • To provide clear leadership and direction to your team and work as part of the middle management team to deliver the key purpose of Gordon Moody.
  • To provide effective management of the residential treatment centre and its outreach provision which works with people to enable them to overcome their addiction to gambling.
  • Responsibility for ensuring the consistency of theoretical and practical working practices in Gordon Moody’s therapeutic residential treatment programme.

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