Charity registered in Scotland SC014501
Glasgow Council on Alcohol (GCA) is a third sector volunteer led organisation which works with individuals, families and communities to promote health and wellbeing. We offer direct support for people to abstain from alcohol or reduce their alcohol consumption. We provide training, education and work with other agencies and communities to achieve our main aim of reducing harm caused by alcohol and drugs. We currently have over 60 volunteers and over 50 staff, all dedicated to the success of the agency. GCA is proud to be the oldest organisational member of COSCA and as such abides by the Statement of Ethics and Code of Practice.
GCA has been delivering accredited training for over 30 years. GCA was the first organisational member of COSCA, a relationship which has grown over the years to include a range of training opportunities in this time. GCA adheres to the COSCA Statement of Ethics and Code of Practice.
Currently GCA delivers the following training courses;
These are only a few of the wide range of training courses and opportunities available
Reporting To: CEO
GCA are looking to attract an experienced Course Director to write and deliver the GCA Integrative Diploma in Psychotherapy. This course has been submitted to COSCA’s validation panel and it is expected to receive initial pre validation in May 2019. The goal is to commence the course at the end of September 2019.
The individuals interested in this post must be registered as an accredited Counsellor/trainer with COSCA/BACP/BABCP/UKCP and hold a Diploma in Counselling/Psychotherapy, as well as a professional qualification in training. The individual should have a minimum of two years’ post registration clinical experience in counselling.
Additionally the individual will be required to hold a PVG registration.
Organisation Profile: Elevate-Glasgow is a Public Social Partnership (PSP). Its aim is to improve the design of services for people in recovery from substance misuse regarding their employability and to enhance partner agencies’ commitment to collaboration and innovation in the delivery of support services.
Public Social Partnerships (PSPs) are strategic partnering arrangements, through which the public sector can collaborate with third sector organisations (voluntary, charity and social enterprise organisations) to share responsibility for designing services. A key principle of this approach is that services are designed co-productively with service users.
Glasgow Council on Alcohol (GCA) was founded in 1965 and is the oldest established Council on Alcohol in Scotland. GCA is a voluntary organisation working to reduce the harm caused by alcohol misuse through the provision of a range of high quality advice, information, counselling, support, prevention and education and training services.
Role: The Employability Support Worker is a role within the Elevate-Glasgow PSP team which offers a person-centred approach and service for individuals in recovery.
The Employability Support Worker will make a real impact to individuals’ day to day lives as they uniquely tailor their personal development, offer emotional and practical support and set realistic goals as part of their journey to employability opportunities.
The Employability Support Worker will be employed by, and based in, Glasgow Council on Alcohol (GCA). GCA is the lead partner of the PSP.
Experience in a previous employability/social/support work environment or voluntary sector role is essential. Candidates must have good communication skills, be flexible and have a positive attitude.
You will require a PVG check through Disclosure Scotland. The job is dependent on suitable references.
Please note; GCA has a high percentage of male participants and due to the nature of the referrals we receive there is a genuine occupational requirement to ensure that we recruit a Male Employability Support Worker. This would be a claim from GCA as an exception under the Equality Act 2010.
Glasgow Council on Alcohol is a leading provider of alcohol support and has been providing a range of award winning services across Glasgow and surrounding areas for over 50 years and has an excellent reputation for partnership working and a proven track record of helping individuals to achieve their goals.
The School Engagement Officer (Multiple Risk Prevention and Education) will provide a community based multi risk prevention programme for the young people and teachers across Glasgow city, in partnership with other statutory, voluntary and community agencies.
The successful candidate will be primarily located at Glasgow Council on Alcohol’s (GCA) Head office in North Claremont Street however will be required to work across GCA locations.
The post holder will primarily be required to provide a variety of administrative services to assist with the delivery of the Community Justice Service (CJS) but will also provide professional support to other services within GCA.
Glasgow Council on Alcohol (GCA) is a leading provider of alcohol support and has been providing a range of award winning services across Glasgow and surrounding areas for over 50 years and has an excellent reputation for partnership working and a proven track record of helping individuals to achieve their goals.
GCA has been working with individuals, families and communities across Glasgow and beyond since 1965, tackling the causes and effects of alcohol misuse. We believe that health and wellbeing are vital to individuals, family relationships and communities, and recognise that alcohol is an issue that can affect everyone, regardless of their background.
GCA are looking to attract an experienced Counselling Supervisors who are BACP/COSCA or BABCP registered. The individuals would need to demonstrate at least two years of experience as a Practice Supervisor.
GCA would guarantee flexible hours per month at a rate of £35 per hour. GCA would provide the rooms for supervision and the Supervisors will have access the GCA training Calendar which counts towards CPD.
GCA is one of the founding COSCA members and adheres to the COSCA ethical framework for good practice in counselling, psychotherapy and counselling skills. We also ensure that all practitioners employed by GCA are members of COSCA and suitably qualified.
Counselling staff receive monthly line management support and separate (1.5 hours per month) clinical supervision in line with COSCA/BACP/BABCP guidelines and to maintain quality standards.
You will be responsible for providing clinical supervision to GCA practitioners, ensuring safe and ethical practice and support clinical performance and development of counsellor’s practice. This enables the charity to be effective and efficient in delivering GCA’s core services.
The individuals interested in working with GCA must be registered as an accredited Counsellor/supervisor with COSCA/BACP/BABCP/UKCP and hold a Post Graduate Diploma/MA in counselling/Psychotherapy, as well as a professional qualification in clinical supervision. The individuals should have a minimum of two years’ post registration clinical experience in counselling supervision.
Additionally the individual will be required to hold a PVG registration and have personal liability insurance.