|Closing date||April 5, 2017. 12:00AM|
|Salary||£7.20 per hour|
Turning Point Scotland is a national social care charity providing services to people with addictions, learning disabilities, mental health issues, those in the criminal justice system and those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Turning Point Scotland Glasgow Drug Crisis Centre The Glasgow Drug Crisis Centre is a busy 24/7 service for drug users, combining a Methadone Clinic, Needle Exchange service and a 12 bedded Residential Unit. Its multi-disciplinary teams comprise social care workers, nurses and medical staff, who encourage and support Service Users to find ways of making their drug use less problematic and to achieve a better quality of life. Many Service Users will be unable to cope and be at risk, but whatever the issue Turning Point Scotland is committed to rehabilitation and recovery through effective person centred support. In general terms you will recognise that people’s needs differ, so you’ll be comfortable tailoring your approach to a broad range of individuals, and you will know that a consistently excellent standard of care is key to providing the best support possible. Primarily you’ll see our service users as ordinary people and be motivated by the desire to help them fulfil their full potential. Please submit your application as follows; An application pack is attached to the job pack provided above. You can choose to download, complete and email to 0141 420 6969, or post to the address provided in purple on our covering letter. Please note we will not confirm receipt of emailed or posted applications. If you experience any difficulties please call firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a disability and it would be of assistance to you to have the Application Form and Information Pack in an alternative format, please contact the Service Administrator and we will do what we can to arrange this for you. Please note the closing date for this post is: 5 April 2017 Please note the closing date of the post you wish to apply for as late applications will not normally be progressed to the short listing stage. We are intending to arrange interviews during week commencing 17 April 2017. Thank you for your interest in applying for a post with Turning Point Scotland.
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