Doors of Hope
Part-Time Certified Peer Recovery Specialist
Doors of Hope
The Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) will assist clients in the Doors of Hope Treatment Center and Housing program by helping to solve a variety of life-skill challenges, specifically relating to recovery from substance abuse. This position will require facilitating recovery classes, and group and individual meetings, as well as setting individualized goals and objectives to help clients with substance abuse disorders avoid relapse and build life skills.
Certified Peer Recovery Specialists will work in close connection with clients and the Doors of Hope staff members to ensure the safety and forward progress of the Doors of Hope Treatment Center and Program clients. CPRS will meet with clients on a regular basis and duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
- Establish and maintain a peer relationship rather than a hierarchical relationship with clients
- Conduct intakes and new client orientations as they pertain to recovery
- Meet with clients on a regular basis and document encounters
- Monitor client progress, document and share notes with team members
- Conduct random drug/alcohol screenings as assigned.
- Assist in providing education and motivation for clients’ successful step-work/recovery work through recovery-led groups and/or individual encounters
- Teach, model, and coach clients in recovery skills needed to maintain a healthy life in recovery (employment, housing, self-care, relationships)
- Teach, model, and coach clients in skills needed for self-management of SUD/mental health symptoms and prevention of relapse
- Share unique perspectives on recovery from mental illness or SUD by sharing from personal experience, strength, and hope, when appropriate
- Assist in identifying triggers and ways to cope with triggers/urges
- Assist in setting goals and developing a personal relapse prevention/recovery plan.
- Provide accountability/coaching for clients, relating to step-work, obtaining a sponsor, attending meetings, assignments, service work, etc.
- Meet with Clinical Supervisor, CPRS Supervisor, and Recovery Team weekly
- Assist with client corrective action plan, as needed
- Provide recovery-related programming/classes to clients
- Assist clients in completing an Autopsy of Relapse, as needed
- Perform shift tasks related to maintaining a recovery center.
- Participate in continuing education classes and supervision as required to maintain certification
- Perform other duties as assigned.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- Maintained a minimum of three years of sobriety in recovery
- Certified as a Peer Recovery Specialist; Documentation required
- Minimum 1-2 years of experience as a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist
- Must have a valid Drivers License
OTHER SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS
- Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
- Proficient computer skills
- Ability to demonstrate understanding of a variety of 12-step/Recovery programs
- Ability to document encounters with clients in a professional manner
- Ability to respectfully engage with diverse populations
- Excellent organization skills
- Ability to prioritize workload and work independently
- Must comply with drug-free workplace guidelines
- Must have CPR and Narcan training within 2 weeks of start date
- Must be TB tested yearly
Unfortunately, we do not offer benefits to part-time employees at this time.
How to Apply
Email HR at firstname.lastname@example.org -or- you can apply and submit your resume through the job posting on Indeed.
- Date Posted: October 11, 2023
- Type: Part-Time
- Job Function: Other
- Service Area: Health (Physical, Mental)
- Start Date: 10/30/2023
- Salary Range: $18.25/hr
- Working Hours: 27hrs/wk; Fri-Sun, 8:00am-5:00pm