Recovery Coach - 733

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Minimum salary: 12.00 USD
Maximum salary: 12.00 USD
Salary period: Hourly
Additional classifications: Medical/Hospital, Community/Social Services/and Nonprofit
District 19 Community Services Board's Dinwiddie and Colonial Heights Clinics are offering a great opportunity for a part time Recovery Coach for the Substance Abuse Program.
Essential job duties include: ensuring that treatment and recovery support services are fully integrated as part of consumers care. Must also conduct screenings and orientations; co-facilitate groups and document service delivery and treatment of care. Provide pretreatment, motivational and supportive counseling, life skills training, telephonic aftercare, as well as coordinate, transport and link consumers to community resources and collaborate with Recovery Community Organizations.
Successful applicant must have: high school diploma or equivalent and training in peer recovery with at least 3-5 years of continuous sobriety. The successful candidate must also be actively engaged or connected in the recovery community, experienced in writing recovery plans and have excellent written and verbal skills; also must be proficient in MS Word/Excel and have knowledge of office filling procedures. Incumbent must also adhere to confidentiality policies, maintain professional boundaries, be able to multi task and work with various organizations and agencies. Knowledge of mental health and other co-occurring behaviors and familiarity with the Tri-city Recovery community is preferred. A bilingual (English, Spanish) candidate is preferred.
Work hours 4 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. up to 21 hours per week and hours will vary based on program needs.
Starting hourly rate is $12.00.
Position above requires valid VA Driver's License with a point balance of -6 or higher, pre employment extensive backgrounds check and drug screening.
District 19 is committed to developing a multi-cultural workplace. Minorities and persons with disabilities seeking career advancement are encouraged to apply. EOE.

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