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SMART Assessor Care Co-ordinator

          Salary Band:                  P11-P20 

          Responsible to:              Poole Treatment Gateway Manager

          Hours:                          37.5 hours per week (to include Saturdays and some unsociable hours on a rotational basis) 

Closing date:                          12th February 2019 

            MAIN PURPOSE

To provide comprehensive assessment and full care co-ordination to individuals seeking access to drug and alcohol treatment services in Poole and to refer to the most appropriate treatment provider.

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Poole Cleaner & Handyperson

        Salary Band:             DS13 – DS22 (£19293.00 – £22020.00) pro rata

        Responsible to:         EDAS FINANCE MANAGER

        Hours:                      15 hours per week (This may include some unsociable hours)

        Closing date:            12th February 2019 

          MAIN PURPOSE

A reliable Cleaner/Handyman to take care of our facilities and carry out cleaning and maintenance duties to ensure the cleanliness, upkeep and repair tasks of the interior and exterior of EDAS company premises.

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EDAS Requires Additional Board Members

(Voluntary role. Includes expenses only)

EDAS are looking to strengthen the Board of Trustees and wish to attract additional Board members with a wide range of skills, knowledge and expertise to help achieve our mission of making our local area across Dorset a healthier place for people with substance misuse problems.

Being passionate about supporting people with drug/alcohol problems is important. To compliment this passion, we are seeking individuals operating at a senior level, ideally with experience of successful partnership working, who can take a lead in driving forward participation and widening access for our service users. Applicants with specific knowledge and expertise in one or more of the following sectors are particularly encouraged to apply, i.e. elite performance, employment law, health, crime, social inclusion, education, policy implementation, mental health and voluntary sector work.

The Board supports the Chief Executive and gives strategic direction for the overall work of EDAS, but not day-to-day detail. Board members also act as ‘champions’ within their various spheres of influence, opening doors and creating links.

Board meetings are held quarterly and the Board members play a pivotal role in the development of EDAS and for establishing the framework for the organisation’s long term strategy.

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please contact us for an informal discussion in the first instance: Email mindy.bartlett@edasuk.org or telephone 01202 612890.

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