More about the job
Hamilton CAB has secured a grant from the Scottish Government Drugs Services – Improvement Fund, administered by Corra Foundation and some match funding from SL Alcohol and Drug Partnership, to test a new approach to advice provision. Working with the Joint Development Group at The Beacons we will design and embed an advice service to meet the needs of individuals and families affected by drug and alcohol misuse and integrate advice within the whole systems approach to recovery.
The successful candidate will be self-motivated, competent to Type II in SNS Welfare Rights and Housing and have good general competence in other areas of advice. You will be an experienced practitioner, able to take a holistic and asset-based approach to working with people who are marginalised.
You will be confident, organised, and able to provide effective support and supervision to project staff and with the ability to build and sustain positive relationships with colleagues and external partners. Excellent communication, interpersonal, IT and case management skills are essential.
For further information and an application form please see the links at the bottom of this page or contact
Closing date for applications is Midnight on Sunday 5 December 2021
Hamilton & District Citizens Advice Bureau is registered as a Charity with the OSCR Charity Reference No. SCO 07443.
Hamilton Citizens Advice Bureau is a company limited by Guarantee Registered in Scotland: SC370936