Recruiting | Alcohol Intervention Worker

Full Time37.5 hours per week (Fixed term until March 2025 but with likely extension)
Salary£27,791.34 per annum
Closing Date21st June 2024
Interview DateInterviews will be scheduled as successful applications are received.
Job ReferenceAIW

The role:

You will be part of a small team implementing a new service, providing evidence-based Brief Interventions to people with non-dependent alcohol use. You will be passionate about our work and aim to make the service accessible to diverse populations who do not traditionally use our services. You will hold a caseload of individuals and work with them in various settings, including through phone calls and online. This role would suit a creative, solution-focused individual with excellent engagement skills.

Key Responsibilities:

What we are looking for:

About BDP:

BDP has been supporting the people of Bristol around their drug and/or alcohol use for the past 37 years. We are committed to providing accessible and appropriate support for anyone who needs it and to reduce the harms caused by drugs and/or alcohol.

Workers at BDP come from diverse backgrounds and experiences, but all share a drive to make a difference in the lives of the people we work with. Our workers’ values come above their job history or qualifications. If you share our attitudes, we can teach you the skills needed for the job

What we offer:

How to apply

Please download the job description and advert here:

Alcohol Intervention WorkerDownload

Then visit our Application Hub to find our application form and other helpful information to support your application.

Please refer to the person specification available within the job description when completing your application.


If you would like an informal chat about this role, please contact Ian Borland on 0117 987 6002 or email

If you have questions regarding the application process or need some support in completing your application, please email or call 0117 987 6000 and ask for recruitment

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