Please complete an on-line application form for any of the opportunities listed below.

Alternatively, download, complete and return the application form associated with each vacancy.

    Counsellor

    155 York Road, Meriden, Watford WD25 9SH

    14 hours per week over two days 
    £13.61 per hour

    Start date: 1st April 2019

    We are looking for a counsellor with at least three years' experience of working in addiction treatment at Level 3 or above Diploma in counselling, and appropriate assessment of need skills. Essentially we require someone with personal experience of 12-step fellowship and 5 years of consecutive abstinence.

    Being BACP accredited (or working towards) and a FDAP member (or willing to be), you will join our dynamic counselling team, you will take responsibility for the quality of delivery for the treatment of clients in Watford.

    Recruitment Pack (including application form)

    Deputy Lead Counsellor 

    155 York Road, Meriden, Watford WD25 9SH

    21 hours per week over 3 days (Monday to Thursday)
    £14.26 per hour

    Start date: 1st April 2019

    We are looking for a counsellor with at least three years' experience of working in addiction treatment at Level 3 or above Diploma in counselling, and appropriate assessment of need skills. Essentially we require someone with personal experience of 12-step fellowship and 5 years of consecutive abstinence.

    Being BACP accredited (or working towards) and a FDAP member (or willing to be), you will join our dynamic counselling team, you will take responsibility for the quality of delivery for the treatment of clients in Watford.

    Recruitment Pack (including application form)

    Office Administrator and Community Fundraiser

    155 York Road, Meriden, Watford WD25 9SH

    28 hours per week over 4 days (Monday to Thursday)
    £9.01 per hour
    20 days paid annual leave (pro rata)
    Start date: 1st April 2019

    We are looking for someone who has good IT and computing skills, is organised and is willing to work with the community to raise our profile and help to raise funds – training will be provided for fundraising and for our systems, but we would like someone who can work autonomously and under their own initiative.

    Having local knowledge of the area and an interest in supporting people to achieve sustained recovery from their addictions, you will have excellent communication skills and be warm and friendly to people seeking help from The Living Room.

    Recruitment Pack (including application form)