Case Manager

Make a positive change – work for The Alcohol & Drug Service

The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS) are a registered charity who have been transforming the lives of people affected by drugs and alcohol misuse for over 30 years. ADS works in partnership with the NHS and therefore our services are often delivered under their own identities.

Hull Primary Care Addictions Service (Hull PCAS) works in partnership with Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust. The service covers GP surgeries across Hull, providing support to long term service users to make improvements in their health and well being by offering early interventions.

We are looking for a full-time permanent Case Manager based in Hull.

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The successful candidate will support complex service users in long term treatment by assessing risk, need and developing a recovery care plan and delivering psychosocial interventions.

If you have a degree in a relevant subject e.g. sociology, psychology, social work or a diploma in Adult Care and a L3 Drug and Alcohol qualification or equivalent and experience in supporting service users this role may be for you.

If you are qualified by experience, we provide a comprehensive package of accredited qualifications and for newly qualified Social Workers we support the ASYE programme.

In return, ADS are offering:

  • Salary £22799 - £27820
  • Generous annual leave, 29 days annual leave per annum, rising to 31 after 2 years’ service and 34 after 5; plus, Public Holidays
  • Attractive Pension Package (6% employer contribution)
  • Health Scheme - Simply Health
  • Training opportunities in line with the personalised learning and development plan
  • Enhanced sick pay
  • Along with joining ADS at a time of exciting and fast-growing change

Working at ADS is more than a job, it’s an investment of time to make a difference to the lives of people with substance misuse issues and their families.

Closing Date: 12 May 2022

To apply click on the link provided and you will be redirected to the company website.


This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. The ADS is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity. We promote the fair and equal treatment of potential and existing employees and clients.

East Riding, England, UK