MQI is currently seeking to recruit a Drugs and Alcohol Project Worker.

The ideal candidate for this post will have:

Qualifications & Experience
• Have a relevant qualification (minimum Level 7 or equivalent) e.g. social care, addiction, nursing,
community or youth work together with qualification/training in Motivational Interviewing (MI),
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Relapse Prevention.
• Have a minimum of 2 years relevant employed work experience in addiction, community
development, health & social care, education or related fields including experience of crisis support,
key working, case management and group facilitation
• Have an understanding of the current National Drugs Strategy, Substance Misuse Strategy, National
Drug Rehabilitation Framework, logic model reporting, QUADS and/or Safer Better Healthcare (SBHC)
• Additional Training Desirable: CRA/CRAFT
• Access to own transport with a full clean driver’s licence is required for this role.

Job Title: Drug & Alcohol Project Worker, Midlands Service
Report to: Service Co-ordinator
Objective: To effectively deliver services pertaining to the Provision of a
Community based Drug & Alcohol treatment support, family
support, harm reduction, rehabilitation and aftercare service for
individuals over 18 years and their families for the Midlands area
i.e. Longford, Westmeath, Laois & Offaly
Type of Contract: Fixed Term Contract – 12 months
Location: Working between Offaly & Portlaoise – Including Open Access
Hours: 39 hours per week

If you are interested in this exciting role, please send your CV and completed application form to before 5pm on Friday 29th March 2019 putting in the subject box ‘Drugs and
Alcohol Project Worker – Offaly & Portlaoise – Reference No: D121822

Applications not labelled correctly may fail to be shortlisted. Please find attached a full job description and application form.

Drugs and Alcohol Project Worker – Job Description

Please see below link to the Employment Application Form.

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