If you are looking for a career in the care sector you can find it with us. Lindale Recovery Service offer flexible hours, training, career prospects and a whole host of other rewards and benefits that fit around you and your lifestyle.

Lindale Recovery Service in Birmingham, aims to be an exemplar equal opportunities employer. We value the skills and perspectives that a diverse and representative workforce bring to us.

Recovery Support Worker

Job Description

Lindale Recovery is aimed at supporting service users who are entering into abstinence-based accommodation/recovery. The aim is to help support service users through different stages of their recovery: implementing new coping strategies and living skills to enable them to live independently.

Experience Required

  • Vocational qualification e.g. L3 diploma health and social or working towards.
  • Proven track record of working within the sector of substance misuse.
  • Experience of liaising with other agencies.
  • Able to listen and support people experiencing difficulties.
  • An understanding of, and commitment to, ensuring the safeguarding and wellbeing of vulnerable adults.
  • An understanding of the key components in planning and delivering a support service to a case load of clients.
  • Willing to work flexible hours, out of hours and on call.


  • Competitive salary
  • NEST Pension Scheme (with employer contribution)
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Workwise travel - reductions on buses, trains and trams
  • Bike to work scheme
  • Training Opportunities
  • You will manage a service user case load, ensuring end to end care co-ordination and care plans to meet the needs of the service user.
  • You will deliver a tailor-made support package for all service users within Lindale Recovery Homes.
  • You will liaise with other treatment providers and recovery-related organisations relevant to the service user needs such as; Drug and alcohol treatment providers, GP’s, social services, mental health services, housing providers, probation, welfare benefit agencies and employment/volunteering agencies.


"Addiction in any form does not discriminate. I think pride is the biggest killer.
Coming into recovery was the best thing for me"

Gurprit Gill

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