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ADFERIAD RECOVERY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER
Reg. Charity No. 1039386

On 1st April 2021 CAIS merged with Hafal and WCADA to become Adferiad Recovery and all new members of staff will be appointed onto the Adferiad terms and conditions.

 

Current Vacancies

Please note: applications for our job vacancies can only be accepted on a Adferiad application form.

If you have a question regarding a vacancy please contact Adferiad People Services Team using the details below.

For a paper copy of the application form, please contact: jobs@cais.org.uk. Paper applications are to be returned to Adferiad People Services Dept, Tŷ​ Dafydd Alun, 36 Princes Drive, Colwyn Bay, LL29 8LA (Tel: 01492 863005)



Senior Criminal Justice Resilience Worker – Dechrau Newydd

Base location: Dean Street, Bangor

37.5 hours per week over 7 days

£23,177 per annum

In this role you will be responsible for overseeing, co-ordinating and directly delivering a full range of interventions to individuals involved with Criminal Justice services in their locality. You will also provide assessment, recommendation, and feedback to colleagues within HMPPS and North Wales Police on the progress of substance misuse service users within the Criminal Justice system. 

You will have either achieved or be working towards a Level 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care (or equivalent), sufficient experience in promoting and safeguarding the welfare of vulnerable adults/children, and possess good IT skills. Experience of providing staff supervision in a previous role is essential.

Use of your own car insured for business use is essential.

Welsh language is essential as you will contribute and encourage the use of Welsh language within your own practice.

Applications are only accepted on the Adferiad application form using the link below -


Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Friday 4th June 2021

      


Personal Wellbeing Group Facilitator

Base location: TBC (Across North Wales)

37.5 hrs per week over 7 days

£19,922 per annum 

Fixed term contract funded for 4 years.

Within this role you will facilitate the ReACT programme, according to agreed sessions planned, or other appropriate group or 1:1 sessions to service users who will either be serving community sentences or being released from prison.

With either a Level 3 Certificate in Advice and Guidance or a Level 3 Award in Education, or equivalent, you will have experience of facilitating group sessions to those involved in the Criminal Justice system whether in the community or in prisons.

A full, clean driving license as well as access to your own vehicle is essential. The ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh would be advantageous. 

Applications are only accepted on the Adferiad application form using the link below -

 

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Wednesday 19th May 2021

  


Peer Mentor - Cyfle Cymru Out of Work Service

Base location: Champions House – Wrexham

37.5 hours per week

£19,047 per annum

Fixed term until 31st August 2022

Cyfle Cymru service helps people with substance misuse issues and/or mental health conditions who are in recovery or are towards the end of their treatment programme into work, education or training.

In this role you will provide support and guidance to participants referred onto the project and ensure project outcomes are delivered on target. You will work alongside the Assistant Peer Mentors in delivering services and outcomes for the scheme and support the Lead Peer Mentor in raising awareness of the service.

With a BTEC Level 2 in Peer Mentoring, or equivalent, you will have personal experience of substance misuse issues and/or mental health conditions, and experience of working in community-based services with vulnerable client groups. 

A full, clean driving license as well as access to your own vehicle is essential. The ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh would be advantageous. 

Applications are only accepted on the Adferiad application form using the link below - 
 

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Thursday 27th May 2021

   


Peer Mentor - Cyfle Cymru Out of Work Service

Base location: Dean Street, Bangor - covering Gwynedd

37.5 hours per week

£19,047 per annum

Fixed term until 31st August 2022

Cyfle Cymru service helps people with substance misuse issues and/or mental health conditions who are in recovery or are towards the end of their treatment programme into work, education or training.

In this role you will provide support and guidance to participants referred onto the project and ensure project outcomes are delivered on target. You will work alongside the Assistant Peer Mentors in delivering services and outcomes for the scheme and support the Lead Peer Mentor in raising awareness of the service.

With a BTEC Level 2 in Peer Mentoring, or equivalent, you will have personal experience of substance misuse issues and/or mental health conditions, and experience of working in community-based services with vulnerable client groups. 

A full, clean driving license as well as access to your own vehicle is essential. The ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh would be advantageous. 

Applications are only accepted on the Adferiad application form using the link below -

 

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Wednesday 19th May 2021

   


Young Persons’ Peer Mentor (16- 24 years) - Cyfle Cymru Out of Work Service

Base location: Newtown - Powys

30 hours per week

£19,047 per annum (pro rata £15,237.60)

Fixed term until 31st August 2022

Cyfle Cymru is a service which helps people with substance misuse issues and/or mental health conditions who are in recovery or are towards the end of their treatment programme into work, education or training.

In this role you will provide support and guidance to all young people aged 16-24 years who have been referred onto the project and ensure project outcomes are delivered on target. You will work alongside the Volunteer Peer Mentors in delivering services and outcomes for the scheme and support the Lead Peer Mentor in raising awareness of the service. 

You will have experience of working with young people aged 16-24 as well as individuals with substance misuse and/or mental health conditions. Additionally, you will have personal experience of substance misuse and/or mental health conditions.

With experience of working in community-based services and with vulnerable client groups, you will also have a sound understanding of substance misuse services and the benefits and challenges of service users.

A full, clean driving licence as well as access to your own vehicle is essential. The ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh would be advantageous.

Applications are only accepted on the Adferiad application form using the link below -

 

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Tuesday 18th May 2021

    


Substance Misuse Coordinator (Caniad)

Base location: Ty Derbyn, Ysbyty Maelor, Wrexham to cover Wrexham and Flintshire counties

37.5 hrs per week 

£18,845 per annum

Caniad is a North Wales substance misuse and mental health service user and carer involvement project, run by Adferiad Recovery.  

Within this project we are looking for a co-ordinator to bring together people who have recent experience of substance misuse services.  In this role you will support forums in recruiting and supporting new members and help facilitate mechanisms whereby they can share their experiences and contribute to future service planning and evaluation.

With demonstrable experience of working with disadvantaged groups, you will have a sound understanding of substance misuse services and the benefits and challenges of service user and carer involvement. 

You must have a full driving licence and full access to a vehicle, and the ability to speak Welsh is essential.

Applications are only accepted on the Adferiad application form using the link below -

 

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Friday 28th May 2021

     


Counsellor

Base location: Colwyn Bay Residential Rehabilitation Unit


37.5 hours per week (Flexible on times and days / Part time hours considered)


£22,502 per annum 

This is an exciting opportunity to join our team at Parkland Place our prestigious, 16-bed private residential rehabilitation treatment centre.

Parkland Place is one of the UK’s leading private residential rehabilitation centres providing a diverse range of residential rehabilitation services including clinical and therapeutic addictions treatment programmes. Our multi-disciplinary teams take great pride in delivering personalised treatment programmes to our guests and have established an excellent reputation for providing the highest standards of care.

Within this role you will lead in the development, delivery and evaluation of the counselling service to clients in a residential setting and within this to work autonomously within professional guidelines and exercise responsibility for the methodical governance of psychological practice within the service.

You will have a diploma in counselling and current BACP membership and accreditation. You will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in addictions counselling and delivering group work.

A full driving license and access to a vehicle are essential. Welsh language is desirable although not essential.

Applications are only accepted on the Adferiad application form using the link below -