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NGO Job: Substance Abuse Social Worker (1589 views)

January 12, 2020


Organization: Salvation Nepal

Salvation Nepal is a Non – Government Community Based organization located at Bhaisepati, lalitpur. This organization is registered in the District Administration Office, lalitpur and is involved in the Social Welfare Council of the Ministry of Home Affairs. It is led by recovering drug users and People Living with HIV. At first it was established in 2014 as a Day Drop in center and now expanded to Substance Treatment and Rehabilitation Center. The organization advocates for rights of the Substance users Right to health. It focuses on improving the quality of life; the organization also disseminates information about drug prevention, care and awareness.

Position: Substance Abuse Social Worker

Number of Vacancies: 1

Job Location : Bhaisepati, Lalitpur

Job Specification

Education Level : Intermediate

Experience Required : More than or equals to 2 years

Other Specification

• Applicants should have minimum +2 degree from arts background should have minimum experience of 2 years in same field
• If applicant is from bachelor degree (BSW or equivalent) should have at least 1 year experience in anti drug field or in same field
• If master degree in Psychology 6 months can be enough


• Good Written and verbal communicating skill
• Should have basic community counselling
• Should have interpersonal skill
• Should have social perceptiveness skill
• Should have knowledge on Drug field or worked in drug filed
• Advocacy skills
• The applicants should have working experiences in anti-drug field

Job Description

• Work as part of a team to design and deliver a range of innovative community outreach and engagement activities in communities
• Developing and sustaining positive relationships with a range of people, including residents, community leaders, local groups and organizations, and local authorities
• Working in different environments (both office-based and on the ground), at times best suited to the community (including some evenings and weekends)
• Outreach workers should meet with their clients in order to know their needs and match the needs with services and benefits that may help improve their life
• Outreach workers coordinate with group activities and assist clients with their daily tasks. They provide emotional support for their clients and help them in finding their support groups and any other activities that may provide their needs
• Outreach workers work with families and communities to comply with their basic needs, keep records of their community and client that they serve, review records, talk to family members, caregivers or medical personnel in order to provide accurate information about their clients or community

Last date to apply: 19 January 2020


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