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Hamilton CAB has secured a grant from the Scottish Government Drugs Services – Improvement Fund, administered by Corra Foundation, to test a new approach to advice provision. Working with 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 system’s approach to recovery.
Peer Support Workers will take an assertive outreach approach which will contribute to quicker access to the service for many; we know the importance and value of support from others who have had similar experiences can have positive effects on people accessing services. You will be willing and able to share your personal experience on an equal level that supports, empowers and brings hope to the people you partner.
Successful candidates will provide information about the CAB advice service; support people to seek advice and provide practical assistance throughout the advice process.
You must have relevant lived experience, good communication and interpersonal skills, IT skills, be organised and have the ability to pay attention to detail. These roles will involve travel within South Lanarkshire. A full induction and accredited training will be provided.
For further information and an application form, please use the links at the bottom of this page. Completed forms should be returned to email@example.com who can also provide further information if required. All applications must be received by 12 midnight on Sunday 6 February 2022.
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