Assessment and Review Worker

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Lifeline Projects Ltd
£19,238- £ 25,694
11 Oct 2016
25 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Title: Assessment and Review Worker

Reports To: Senior Practitioner

Direct Reports: Volunteers and Students if required

Location: Hull

Hours: 35 hours per week

Salary: NJC pt20-29 £19,238- £ 25,694

Date Updated: August 2016

Lifeline Project is a national charity dedicated to improving the lives of individuals, families and communities affected by drugs and alcohol.  We build real and sustained change through responsive local services.

Lifeline Project's Community Service, ReNew, is a forward looking and aspirational Service in Hull. To support this we are seeking a talented, experienced and passionate individuals who can work within our integrated recovery service in Hull.

An opportunity has arisen to recruit enthusiastic and creative Assessment & Review Workers to work as part of the Integrated Recovery Service.

As an Assessment & Review Worker you will assess, engage, motivate and offer structured interventions to those new in to the Treatment System; as well as review, motivate and also offer structured and time limited interventions to those who are may make the transition to the Long Term in Treatment Team.

This role will require being mobile throughout the city, working from our 3 sites in Bransholme, Gypsyville and The Octagon as well as joint working with ReNew Criminal Justice Service and within Hull Royal Infirmary on a rota basis.

All posts are subject to DBS Disclosures, Home Office Security Clearance and receipt of satisfactory references.

 For an informal discussion about the post contact Rebecca Humphreys, on 0800 161 5700 or email

To apply: please download an application from and email it to: or click the apply button to be taken to our website. 

Please note that we only accept electronic copies

Closing date noon 16th October 2016 and interviews will take place on Monday 24th October 2016 or 31st October 2016

 Lifeline welcomes applications regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or age. Applicants are considered on the basis of their merits and abilities for the job.