Please complete an application form for any of our Stevenage vacancies.

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Bank Counsellors

Hours: Bank, as and when required

Salary: £14.30 per hour

Counsellors trained to Level 4/5 needed to help us expand our service. Must have lived experience of addiction in sustained recovery, be a member of the BACP or FDAP and have a minimum of 5 years of recovery. As we provide group counselling, it is essential that the right person has experience of group therapy.

The service will be delivered online using Zoom in our Hertfordshire Hub or in a Location Setting. Training and equipment will be provided. You will have access to our Employee Assistance Programme as well as clinical supervision. The available hours are variable from 7 up to 28 per week during the day, some hours for evening work are available at an enhanced rate.

You will work in pairs facilitating groups and will use psycho-therapeutic, psycho-dynamic, person centred and CBT approaches. You will become part of a professional and innovative team, supported by a management and leadership team. As we manage our clients fully from triage to planned exit, you will need good IT skills.

We are an equal opportunities employer. As we are working with vulnerable adults, an enhanced DBS will be required.

If you are interested in finding out more, call us on 0300 365 0304 or complete and application form using the links at the top of the page.


Fundraising Volunteer - Stevenage

We need someone who can help us to raise funds to keep our important work going. 

Do you want to help your community and want to volunteer for an important local charity? If you could spare a few hours each week, we would love for you to be part of the team.

To be a volunteer, you don’t need any qualifications although if you have specific skills that might be useful, do make those known on your application. What we do need in reliability and a commitment to help regularly and to be friendly and want to work as part of a really inclusive team.

We will provide you with an induction, training and support and you will be fully insured. We will give you a reference if you are looking to volunteer for a while until you have experience to look for paid employment – helpful if you want to improve your confidence when re-entering the job market.

We are an equal opportunities employer, follow all Safeguarding guidelines, Disability Confident Committed employer and a Mindful employer.

“Volunteering at The Living Room has made me revaluate my approach to many things, particularly addiction. It has also given me a timestamp for my week (something to look forward to), continuing stimulation and interaction with others. I believe I make a contribution – in a small way- which in turn gives me satisfaction that my time is well spent.”

To have a discussion or to find out more call us on 0300 365 0304, alternatively apply using one of the application forms at the top of this page.


Treasurer on the Board of Trustees

The Treasurer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Trustee Board to safeguard the organisation's finances. It is important to note that although the Treasurer ensures that these responsibilities are met, much of the work may be delegated to a finance subcommittee and paid staff or volunteers. In summary, the Treasurer is responsible for:

  1. General financial oversight
  2. Funding, fundraising and sales
  3. Financial planning and budgeting
  4. Financial reporting
  5. Banking, book keeping and record keeping
  6. Control of fixed assets and stock

We ask you to attend four to six board meetings a year either in person or via Zoom, plus one all day strategy meeting. In addition, trustees are encouraged to join a subcommittee or working group to further the work of the board and support the Executive Team. These usually meet in Stevenage or via Zoom.

This is an unpaid role. Reasonable expenses e.g. travel costs, reimbursed.

We are an equal opportunities employer. As we are working with vulnerable adults, an enhanced DBS will be required.

Full details can be found in our role descriptor and Trustee Information Pack. If you are interested in the role, please complete this application form and send to [email protected].