Recovery Connector


Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract for 12 Months

Location: Nottingham City (Nottingham Recovery Network)

Hours: 13.5 hours

Salary: £17,460 pro rata per annum (£6,371 for 13.5 hours)

The Nottingham Recovery Network comprises of Framework Housing Association, Double Impact and Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. The service is publicly funded and has been established to support people who misuse drugs and alcohol. We provide a single point of advice, support and treatment for anyone in Nottingham City who wishes to change their relationship with alcohol or drugs.

To be eligible for this role you must be in long-term Recovery and be passionate about supporting others to achieve abstinence and sustainable change for the future.

As a Double Impact Recovery Connector, you will understand the road to successful long term recovery from drug or alcohol misuse and the challenges faced in the journey to get you there. You will understand because you will have been through it yourself, visible proof that with the right support and help, sustained long term recovery is possible.

You will work closely with team managers, team leaders, colleagues and peer mentors, supporting service users to take the recovery journey, building their recovery capital and helping them to navigate their treatment journeys, with the aim that service users are enabled to successfully complete treatment and sustain long term recovery.

You will help us to build a culture of individual aspiration, spreading the messages amongst service users that recovery is worth aspiring to, motivating others starting on their journey by seeing the progress made by their peers.

The Recovery Connector post will provide the opportunity to build, develop skills and knowledge of working in the substance misuse field, while actively championing recovery, using your own skills and experiences to bring added value to the role.

Candidates will have ideally completed the DI Mentoring Training, be reliable and have basic IT Skills and familiarity with basic IT packages.

The successful candidate will uphold the values of Double Impact at all times, championing recovery and possibility thinking – a true motivator to other service users.

If you would like to discuss this position in further detail please contact Lisa Emmerson (HR Manager) on 07702252728.


The full job description can be downloaded below in the 'Downloads' section

An Application Pack can be downloaded in the 'Documents' section

Please return completed application forms to recruitment@doubleimpact.org.uk or lisaemmerson@doubleimpact.org.uk stating clearly the role that you are applying for.

Closing Date: 1st November 2021 at 12 Noon


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