The Alcohol & Drug Service

The Alcohol & Drug Service is a charity (Registered Charity 1108595; and a Company Limited by Guarantee,  Company No. 05375809). The majority of our funding comes through contracts with  statutory commissioners such as Local Authorities and the NHS, but we receive valuable  income from charitable grants and individual fundraising efforts which supports many of  our most innovative services. We are governed by a Board of Trustees.

We ensure that the organisation is run well and we are a part of the Investors in People scheme, a quality framework which is independently audited. We currently hold the accredited award.

But, even though we’ve been transforming the lives of people affected by drugs or alcohol misuse for over 30 years, some people may not have heard of us. This is because we always work in partnership – and often deliver our services and projects which have their own names/identities.

18 Jan, 2021
Trainer Casual basis - as required £19706 - £23818 pro rata We currently have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to support the development and delivery of bespoke and accredited training. The successful candidate will support the development and delivery of substance misuse awareness accredited and bespoke courses, internally and externally. The successful candidate will have Level 3 Award in Education & Training or equivalent e.g. PTTLS and knowledge of substances and treatment approaches or qualification in a relevant subject area. A Level 3 in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement or Level 3 in Tackling Substance Misuse or equivalent is desirable. For an informal discussion please contact Laura Jarvis on tel no: 01482 320606.
The Alcohol & Drug Service Part time & Casual