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BAC-IN to Life Recovery Vacancy: Community Rehabilitation Worker

BAC-IN is an ethnic-minority-led, Lived Experience Recovery Organisation (LERO), that provides an alternative, culturally responsive model offering  a choice of psycho-social, cultural, faith-based and spiritual perspectives to addiction recovery, rehabilitation and well-being. By engaging, supporting and empowering individuals and families from minority ethnic communities, BAC-IN plays a distinct and unique role in specialist service provision in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire and the East Midlands.  An award winning, grassroots community service inspired and founded in 2003 by individuals from ethnic minority communities in recovery. The essence of lived experience, transformative recovery and cultural expertise is at the heart of BAC-IN’s guiding philosophy, organisational principles and service delivery.

BAC-IN is a culturally specific Service and this means that we are exempted under Section 5 (2) (d) of the Race Relation Act 1976.

BAC-IN to Life Recovery post holder will be responsible for the Direct Delivery to HM Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) clients and families including developing HMPPS practitioner and organisational cultural understanding & cultural competence. Post holder will support men and women of African and Asian descent and other ethnic minority communities, and families of HMPPS clients to engage with wider services that improve rehabilitation and social inclusion, and that are culturally sensitive, developing exit strategies from the service with individual clients to support them to continue on the path to recovery, rehabilitation and desistance.

This post involves driving and post holder must possess a full driving licence.

Hours of work:  37.5 hours

Salary: £26,000 (starting salary depending upon experience)

Closing date: Monday 30th October 2023 by 5pm

Interview dates: Monday 6th November 2023

Please find attached application form, job description and job spec.

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