At Lifelink, we are delighted to be a Level 2 service provider in one of four test sites for the Scottish Government Distress Brief Intervention Service pilot that aims to offer an “ask once get help fast” inter agency response to people in distress.

We are currently looking for experienced Support Workers to join our team delivering compassionate problem solving and support services to a wide range of adult clients.

Distress Brief Intervention Support Workers are primarily responsible for delivering fast, responsive and compassionate support and problem-solving services to a range of clients aged 16+ across North Lanarkshire.  They develop excellent knowledge and relationships across the service delivery area in order to identify the best options for ongoing client support, help clients to self-manage, and assist in developing emotional resilience through a range of approved tools and methods.

If this sounds like you, click on the links below for a full job description and application form.

 

DBI Support Worker – Overview

DBI Support Worker – Job Description 

DBI Support Worker – Application Form

DBI Support Worker – Application Form (Equality Monitoring Form)

 

*You must return both parts of the application form*

 

PLEASE NOTE: We will assess applications as they come in and have immediate availability.  Recruitment will conclude once we have filled available posts so please do not delay in returning completed applications to marycoll@lifelink.org.uk or by post / hand to Lifelink, Suite 4 Melisa House, 3 Brand Place, Glasgow G51 1DR.  Applications received after 8th February 2019 are unlikely to be considered for this round of recruitment.