Are you looking for a job in which you have a positive impact on your community? Read more to see how you can join us as a Community Engagement Coordinator.If you are passionate about engaging with communities to support people during difficult times in their life and have experience of leading a team of people to do just that, then this might be the job you have been waiting for.At 'With You', we are here to support anyone who needs our help. To achieve this, we need a great team of people working together with that shared aim. Our team includes volunteers, peer mentors, community engagement coordinators, recovery champions and outreach workers - an amazing group of people who all add such value to the work we do.Bringing all of this shared enthusiasm and effort together requires some really effective coordination. This ensures we can deliver the best possible support for all of our clients - the role of Community Engagement Coordinator is fundamental to our success in this aim.About the jobWe are excited to be delivering this Community Hub on behalf of Dundee HSCP and local stakeholders, which will offer a central place for people to access alcohol & drug support information, support & interventions. Our hub also provides links to support in the wider community for housing, health etc. ensuring individuals across Dundee are able to fully maximise the benefits of the treatment and support they receive.As Community Engagement Coordinator you will have responsibility for recruiting, training, managing, and making the very best use of our volunteers including Recovery Champions, Students, Peer Mentors and Peer Supporters across the services you support.To get the most from our volunteers you will understand where they can offer most value, whether that is working within our own services or supporting local partner agencies. You will represent your team's aims and objectives across our organisation, working with other specialist areas to secure funding for your work and promote your successes.Researching, designing, and delivering training to our volunteers is a really important part of this role too, ensuring they have the skills and knowledge needed to deliver what we ask of them.Salary is circa £25,000 per annum.We welcome applications for this Community Engagement Coordinator role with experience in the following areas: Relationship Management, Volunteer Development, People Management, Service Promotion, Training, Health and Safety, Substance Misuse, Volunteer Management, Communication Skills, IT SSSC, SVQ Level 3 Social Services and Healthcare. Essential SkillsTo be able to carry out this Community Engagement Coordinate role successfully you will:have attained SVQ level 3 in Social Services & Healthcare or equivalentbe registered with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) or meets the requirements for registrationhold a Volunteer Management Qualification (or commitment to complete one within 18 months)hold a training qualification and experience of designing and delivering traininghave experience of working in health or social carebe a successful team manager, able to develop people to achieve their goalshave experience of working in partnership with a range of statutory and non-statutory agencieshave a knowledge and understanding of health and safety and managing high risk situationshave an understanding of the issues facing those who misuse substances, the harm these can cause and the treatment availablebe able to work under pressure and prioritise, even when faced with conflicting demandsbe able to work effectively in a team and build successful working relationships, using the network you have built to support your workbe able to travel to visit 'With You' sites when requiredhave good written and oral communication skillsbe comfortable using IT packages and digital mediaThis role requires a satisfactory enhanced PVG certificate.Desirable SkillsAny candidates who also have the following skills/experience will have an advantage:Experience of asset-based community developmentPrevious supervisory role within a multidisciplinary teamGood analytical skillsKnowledge of relevant employment legislation and education initiativesAbout CompanyEveryone should feel comfortable getting the support they need for issues with drugs, alcohol or mental health.At We Are With You we work with people on their own goals, whether that's staying safe and healthy, making small changes or stopping an unwanted habit altogether. We give people support in a way that's right for them either face to face in their local service, community or online. We provide a free and confidential service without judgement to more than 100,000 people a year. We use our expertise to improve the help available and raise awareness around drugs, alcohol and mental health so that more people can get support.We Are With You.