Progress Team Leader

Key Purpose:

To support the recovery of people with drug and alcohol issues by managing the provision of a range of recovery programmes and activities in a recovery focussed centre. To recruit, train, develop and manage volunteers in recovery from drug and alcohol problems

Key Responsibilities:

  • Promote the Project to external organisations and manage the transition of individuals into the project
  • Develop partnerships and maintain the centre profile through the delivery of open mornings, graduation events and positive publicity
  • Deputise for the Deputy Director of Operations as required including attending external meetings and chairing team meetings
  • Support the Deputy Director of Operations in the development, promotion and evaluation of Progress project activities
  • Role model reflective, inclusive and professional practice to all staff and volunteers
  • Provide line management supervision to the Recovery Activity Co-ordinator and other paid staff
  • Attend and contribute to the Project 6 Operational Leadership Team and thus the ongoing development of the organisation
  • Ensure that project targets for the delivery of cyclical programmes of recovery and aftercare are met
  • Evaluate and develop the programmes and group activities to ensure they meet the needs of service users
  • Promote and develop Peer Support training programmes
  • Ensure a diverse range of recovery activities are available, responding to service user feedback
  • Maintain health and safety in accordance with Project 6 procedures
  • Ensure the Recovery Centre premises are maintained
  • Maintain data collection systems, project monitoring and reporting
  • Work with organisational Safeguarding Lead to ensure policies, protocols and procedures are met

To apply, please visit our website:

Here you will find the job description/person specification with thorough details and all essential criteria.

Closing date: 5th March 2021

Interviews: w/c 15th March 2021

We have recently undertaken the challenge of looking at ourselves in terms of diversity and inclusion and would be delighted to see applications from all the communities we exist to support, particularly from people from BAME communities, who are under-represented within our organisation.

Contract length: To April 2022 in the first instance, then permanent subject to continued funding.

Application deadline: 05/03/2021

Job Types: Full-time, Contract

Salary: £26,882.00 per year

Job Description and Person Specification

Closing date: 5th March 2021 5:00pm
Hours: 36 hours per week
Salary: £26,882
Salary Frequency: Per annum
Further details available at:
This job is connected with: Project 6