Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunity: Case Manager/Group Faciliator - The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania (Bucks County)
Post date: 10/5/16
Deadline: 1/5/07
Qualifications:

Appropriate combination of the following: Bachelor’s degree; at least one (1) year experience working in either the criminal justice or treatment system. Good organizational and people skills. Understanding of addiction.

Responsibilities:

1. Screen offenders for appropriateness in TASC participa¬tion assessing risk.
2. Implement client initial assessment.
3. Effect appropriate placement in treatment.
4. Set up and manage communication loop between TASC, treatment and the appropriate criminal justice liaison.
5. Monitor client's participation and arrange for random testing.
6. Facilitate weekly Cognitive Skills sessions as part of the monitoring process. When Cognitive Skills attendance is not possible by any client, arrange weekly, individual counseling sessions.
7. Monitor TASC/SCI group.
8. Facilitate appropriate combination of programming including: Cognitive Skills group, Relapse Prevention, monitoring and documenting participation of each client. When appropriate meet with client on individual basis to problem solve and provide feedback.
9. Input and upkeep daily all client records according to established procedures.
10. Establish and maintain a liaison between TASC and SCI. Monitor and access the SCI referral system on an ongoing basis and implement changes to assure optimum participation.
11. Establish and maintain liaison with case management services and Department of Public Welfare to ensure uninterrupted treatment funding.
12. Work with Criminal Justice Programs Manager to ensure coordination of services, and communication of activities.
13. Work within other criminal justice programs as needed.
14. Other duties as assigned by Executive Director.

To Apply

Resumes/applications can be forwarded to: jobs@councilsepa.org

Employment Opportunity: Certified Recovery Specialist - The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA)

The Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) will work in partnership with multiple project partners in Philadelphia to engage identified individuals who would benefit from recovery support services. The CRS will serve as a role model, mentor, advocate and motivator to recovering individuals and their family members to help prevent relapse and promote long-term recovery. The Recovery Specialist must demonstrate an ability to share personal recovery experiences and to develop authentic peer-to-peer relationships and have an understanding of and respect for each individual’s unique path to recovery.

Philadelphia Warm Handoff Project - The Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) will work in partnership with healthcare professionals and Warm Handoff Project Partners in Philadelphia to engage identified individuals (opioid overdose survivors, those at risk for overdose) who would benefit from recovery support services.

The Police Assisted Diversion (PAD) project is designed to implement a pre-arrest diversion program for low-level drug offenders in the city of Philadelphia. CRS staff will connect program participants with social services to address the root causes of their criminal behavior and subsequently reduce recidivism rates.

Post date: 5/14/18
Deadline: 8/14/18
Qualifications:

• Must be a Certified Recovery Specialist (or eligible to earn the CRS certification within 6 months of hire) with at least one year of experience working in behavioral health field.
• Recovery Specialist must be in recovery with at least 2 years sustained, current recovery history.
• Pennsylvania Criminal Record Check, Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and a FBI Criminal History Background Check required.
• Position is based out of Philadelphia with the expectation that the CRS will meet with eligible individuals at locations within and outside of the Philadelphia Recovery Community Center as needed. CRS must be able to work independently and collaborate with multiple “system” representatives.

Responsibilities:

• Provide peer-based recovery support: advocacy and facilitation for accessing services, coaching and encouragement to individuals contemplating or actively seeking help with substance use recovery.
• Engage in relationship building and active listening with individuals to establish rapport, as evidenced by empathetic and active listening, communicating in a non-judgmental way, recognizing addictive behavior.
• Conduct self in an ethical manner by adhering to the PCACB codes of ethics, standards of practice, and Council policy and procedures.


DAILY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Work with Warm Handoff Partners to assess, identify, engage and help individuals transition and follow through with treatment and support services. Facilitate service recipients’ opportunity to access treatment and services in order to support long term recovery.
2. Work under the guidelines of Philadelphia’s Pre-Arrest Diversion (PAD) program leadership, following policy and procedures to support the work of the PAD program.
3. As appropriate, perform drug and alcohol screening and assessment for targeted individuals to identify appropriate level of care.
4. Provide a “warm hand-off” to at-risk individuals, overdose survivors and their family members as they are brought into the hospital’s emergency department.
5. Provide recovery education for every phase of the recovery journey from pre-recovery engagement, recovery initiation, recovery stabilization, and sustained recovery maintenance.
6. Provide telephonic recovery support and recovery checkups for project participants and their family members.
7. Identify emergency or crisis situations and facilitate access to appropriate resources, negotiating and connecting individuals with resources and navigating the systems.
8. When appropriate, assist in the development and enhancement of an individual’s comprehensive individualized recovery plan, recognizing many pathways to recovery, accessing and advocating for recovery and community resources.
9. Collaborate with institutions to provide effective recovery support services to identified individuals.
10. Educate staff on referral to recovery support procedures and services.
11. Actively identify and support linkages to community resources (communities of recovery, educational, vocational, social, cultural, spiritual resources, mutual self- help groups, professional services, etc.) that support the recovering person’s goals and interests. This will involve a collaborative effort including the recovering person, agency staff and other relevant stakeholders.
12. Maintain project logs, reports and accurate records in appropriate files and database(s), adhering to program standards.
13. Maintain confidentiality regarding information received during the facilitation of recovery support services – maintain current understanding of federal, state and local confidentiality rules and regulations.
14. Engage in continuing professional development relative to recovery support services, applying practical and professional knowledge and experience.
15. Maintain CRS credential, in good standing.
16. Other duties as directed by Executive Director and/or Management Staff.

COMPENSATION: Commensurate with experience and other qualifications.

To Apply

Resumes/applications can be forwarded to: jobs@councilsepa.org

Employment Opportunity: Certified Recovery Specialists - Part-Time - Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems (Exton, PA)

Certified Recovery Specialists (CRS) are drug and alcohol peers in recovery who have been trained to help others move into and through the recovery process. The Recovery Specialist’s responsibility is to respond to calls from hospital emergency departments and engage with clients who have experienced an opiate/heroin overdose. Recovery Specialists will engage clients and establish a rapport, assist in the development of a recovery plan, and facilitate access to the appropriate resources including a warm hand-off directly to treatment when applicable.
In addition, the CRS will educate the individual, family, and community about the disease of addition and the recovery process. They will be able to engage with families to support their loved ones through the recovery process. THIS IS A PART-TIME POSITION.
Recovery Specialists will conduct self in an ethical manner by adhering to the CRS code of ethics and standards of practice, maintain confidentiality regarding information received during the facilitation of recovery support services, continue personal growth through active participation in the recovery process, and engage in continuing professional development relative to recovery support services.
As a CRS, an individual accepts and agrees that his/her experience as a person in recovery from a substance use condition will be known by their colleagues, persons served, and others with whom he/she may share that they have achieved this credential. A person with lived experience must attest that he/she has personal, lived recovery experience in a continuous manner for a minimum of 18 months to be eligible for the CRS credential. Additional education in drug and alcohol counseling, psychology, social work, and health fields/nursing are preferred but not required.

Post date: 6/11/18
Deadline: 9/11/18
To Apply

Holcomb personnel policies, procedures and practices prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, handicap, ancestry, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class. Employment opportunities shall be made available for qualified handicapped applicants and reasonable accommodation shall be made to meet the physical or mental limitations of qualified applicants or employees.
Apply:
https://re22.ultipro.com/chi1001holc/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*C305...

Contact : Carmen Winfield @302-452-3400 x131
Location: Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems
467 Creamery Way
Exton, PA 19341

Employment Opportunity: Counselor - White Deer Run (Allenwood)

COUNSELOR VACANCIES!
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN SOMEONE’S LIFE!
White Deer Run/Cove Forge Behavioral Health System is one of the leading providers of treatment for drug and alcohol addiction in Pennsylvania. The White Deer Run philosophy simply states that each patient will be treated as an individual, receiving treatment plans tailored to their specific needs.

Join our team of professionals driven by passion to make a difference in the lives of individuals affected by addiction.

Don’t miss this opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life!

Post date: 7/18/18
Deadline: 9/18/18
Qualifications:

• 2 years in the field of addiction
• Bachelor’s degree preferred
• CADC certification

Responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, the Counselor will be responsible for, but not limited to the following: treatment planning; individual counseling, group counseling; educational & didactic groups; case management; patient assessment; discharge planning.

To Apply

Please forward resume to:
Julie McElwee-HR Director
White Deer Run – Allenwood
julie.mcelwee@whitedeerrnun.com

White Deer Run is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Employment Opportunity: Drug and Alcohol Counselor - Catholic Social Services (Milford, PA)

Full time position available for a drug and alcohol counselor working within a correctional setting. This is a 40 hour position, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Post date: 5/3/18
Deadline: 8/3/18
Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college with a major in Chemical Dependency, Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Nursing (with a clinical specialty in the human services) or other related field.
All candidates must pass FBI, PA Criminal Background and Child Abuse Clearances.
The Diocese of Scranton requires that all employees complete an initial VIRTUS Training Program, designed to empower organizations and people to better control risk and improve the lives of all those who interact with the Church.
Employees will also be required to monitor the VIRTUS website and complete any internet updates as they become assigned.
Employees must also complete all other training programs, outservices, inservices, conferences, seminars, conventions, etc., as assigned by the Training Coordinator.

Responsibilities:

• Conducting screenings for determination of emergency medical needs
• Conducting substance abuse evaluations to determine the presence or absence of a substance abuse problem, and determination of level of care
• Providing direct clinical and/or supportive chemical dependency services (individual and group sessions) to aid individuals in achieving a more satisfactory adjustment to their specific problems or situations.
• Designing treatment plans by utilizing knowledge of alcohol and drug dependency, counseling, and treatment methods, tailoring approach to individual needs.
• Working in close cooperation with other social service agencies, hospitals, clinics, courts, and community resources in planning to meet the needs of clients, and assists them in utilizing their resources.
• Preparation of records as required by specific agency programs, on a timely basis as directed by the supervisor.
• Adhering to established regulations, policies and procedures of the overall agency and their specific component.
• Attending seminars, conferences and training to enhance skills and performance as directed by the supervisor.
Other duties, as assigned.

Employment Opportunity: FT Licensed Clinician - Summit Behavioral Health (Doylestown, PA)

Summit Behavioral Health programs are based on the fundamental belief that no single treatment philosophy or approach is best for everyone. Our experienced staff collaboratively creates each client's treatment plan to reflect their unique needs and empower them to succeed.
Summit Behavioral Health offers intensive outpatient, partial care, medical detox and residential programs for substance abuse treatment that is tailored to each individual's needs. By blending some of the best clinical practices and evidence-based strategies available, Summit Behavioral Health's programs treat both addiction and its underlying causes. We strive to provide a solid foundation toward recovery utilizing an integrative treatment approach.

Summit Behavioral Health is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We are seeking a Full-Time Licensed Clinician for our outpatient facility in Doylestown, PA.

Post date: 6/27/18
Deadline: 9/27/18
Qualifications:

• Master’s degree in mental health, substance abuse treatment, or related field.
• LCADC, LPC, or other substance abuse or mental health license.
• Licensed clinical professional doing work of an addiction counselor.
• Demonstrated computer proficiency.

Responsibilities:

The Clinician is responsible for providing confidential addiction counseling, education and support to individuals, families, and the community, and for promoting healthy lifestyles and healthy choices. Under the supervision of a Program Director, the Clinician will provide addiction services including, but not limited to, assessment, group, individual, and family sessions, and other modalities to clients and their families according to demonstrated competence.
DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
• Assessing clients using the ASI, CASI, or other standardized or evidence-based assessment tools and diagnosing clients for substance disorders using the DSM 5
• Obtaining previous records that are relevant to the current treatment episode
• Collaborating with the client in order to develop a written treatment plan that is client-centered and recovery oriented and includes goals and measurable objectives
• Providing the substance abuse counseling services specified in the client treatment plan
• Reviewing clients throughout the treatment episode according to ASAM, to determine the need for continued services or discharge/transfer
• Reviewing and, where necessary, revising the substance abuse counseling portion of the client treatment plan to address emerging problems
• Developing the client discharge/transfer plans to ensure movement to the appropriate levels of care
• Contacting referral sources, providing case consultation and coordination with referral sources (for example: mental health treatment providers, criminal justice agencies, schools, employers, Child Protection Services)
• Participating as a member of a multidisciplinary team for assigned clients
• Providing active case consultation
• Documenting all counseling and education services, assessments, reassessments, referrals and follow-up in the client's clinical record, providing appropriate signatures and dating of such entries, including those made in electronic records
• Positively promotes Summit Behavioral Health to prospective clients and employees.
OTHER FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Performs other duties as assigned.

To Apply

To apply, please access the Careers tab of the Summit Behavioral Health website at https://www.summitbehavioralhealth.com/

Employment Opportunity: Licensed Behavioral Health Counselor - Berks Counseling Center (Reading, PA)

Berks Counseling Center is a recovery-oriented behavioral health, physical health, and supportive services organization providing a holistic approach to a culturally and economically diverse population for the purpose of achieving a healthy and productive lifestyle.

Post date: 11/26/17
Deadline: 2/26/19
Qualifications:

LPC or LCSW with counseling experience in mental health and/or drug and alcohol required. Experience working with adolescents preferred.

All offers of employment are contingent upon the following: 1) Receipt of results of a satisfactory drug and alcohol screening test. 2) Receipt of the originals of the following background checks: PA State Police Criminal History, PA State Child Abuse, and DPW FBI Criminal History. These clearances must be valid within the 12 months prior to employment. A conviction is not a bar to employment, however a review will be conducted to make a determination of employment should a conviction be present. 3) Receipt of original documentation and verification of relevant degrees, diplomas, certificates, or licensure. 4) Confirmation that you are not on the OIG Federal Healthcare Program Exclusion from Participation list. Should you appear on this list, Berks Counseling Center is prohibited from employing you.

Responsibilities:

Part time and full time positions available for counselors licensed with LPC or LCSW. The person in this position will be responsible for providing integrated treatment supporting the needs of both behavioral and physical health care to clients admitted to Berks Counseling Center. This would include treatment modalities and supporting documentation.

To Apply

Please send completed application (found at www.berkscc.org), resume and cover letter to hr@berkscc.org or fax to 610-985-0840, attention HR.

Berks Counseling Center is an equal opportunity employer.

Employment Opportunity: Licensed Mental Health Professional - WellSpan Health (York, PA)

This position is eligible for financial incentives and a sign on bonus!
About the Position

Under general supervision, provides individual, group and/or family therapy. Provides preadmission screening to determine appropriateness for admission. Interviews patients and/or families to obtain psycho-social histories. Collaborates with the treatment team to develop a treatment plan and coordinates discharge planning.

The qualified candidate will be responsible for carrying out the following duties:

Conducts individual or group therapy sessions. Assesses patients' progress and modifies or extends treatment program accordingly.
Provides therapeutic intervention with patient and family including individual, marital, parental, family and group therapies.
Interviews patients and family members to obtain information about home environment, family relationships, health history, and patient's personality traits.
Documents current, accurate observations of care to the patient in appropriate records.
Coordinates care of assigned patients.
Assists in the implementation of education and training experience for interns and other designated students.
Prepares and maintains written documentation as required by the profession and the department.
Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span of the assigned patient population. Assesses and interprets patient age specific data and provides appropriate, age specific treatment. Provides direct patient care to assigned patient age group(s).
Demonstrates a commitment to patient, visitor and staff by: complying with all applicable safety regulations; learning the impact of medical errors and methodology that will lead to reduction of errors; reporting actual and potential errors, as well as hazardous conditions; identifying opportunities to standardize processes and "error proof" systems that will lead to increased safety; and participating in safety education programs and root cause analyses as required.
Maintains established policies and procedures, objectives, quality assessment, safety, environmental and infection control standards.
Enhances professional growth and development through participation in educational programs, current literature, inservice meetings, and workshops.
Provides outstanding service to all customers; fosters teamwork; and practices fiscal responsibility through improvement and innovation.

Post date: 6/6/18
Deadline: 9/6/18
Qualifications:

Master's Degree
Licensure in PA: Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT) or Professional Counselor (LPC)
6 - 12 months

To Apply

About WellSpan

WellSpan Health is a nationally recognized integrated health system serving the communities of central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. It comprises a multispecialty medical group, 1,200 physicians and advanced practice clinicians, a Level 1 Regional Resource Trauma Center, a regional behavioral organization, a homecare organization, six respected hospitals, more than 15,000 employees and 140 patient-care locations. We are transforming the health of our communities and educating medicine's next generation of providers and leaders.

Quality of Life in York, PA

Founded in 1741, the city of York is considered by many as the first capital of the United States. The Articles of Confederation were signed by the Second Continental Congress here in 1777. Its beautifully restored historic district is an architectural treasure. While York retains its farming and manufacturing heritage, at its heart York is a thriving cultural community that has attracted creative talent and innovative entrepreneurial investors from across the nation. The Appell Center for the Performing Arts brings headline shows and entertainment to the region. York is also home to the York Revolution, an independent professional baseball team and the 2017 Atlantic League champions. York County residents can find local employment in healthcare, manufacturing, technology, agricultural and service sectors. For the enthusiast, York offers plenty to do both indoors and out—from museums to state parks to fine dining and entertainment—all within an easy drive of major East Coast cities. (Patient population: 445,000)

Equal Opportunity Employment

WellSpan Health is an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color or any other protected class. WellSpan Health does, however, have a tobacco-free/nicotine-free hiring policy.

To apply, visit https://www.joinwellspan.org/search-careers/position/licensed-mental-hea...

Employment Opportunity: Master's Level Clinician/Counselor - New Insights II (Lemoyne, PA)

New Insights II, Inc. is seeking a Bachelor's or Master's level clinician/counselor with at least 1 year working with chemically dependent clients. CADC (certified alcohol and drug counselor) certification preferred but not required. Duties would include individual counseling and group facilitation of D&A clients.

Full time position available in our Lemoyne office.

Post date: 7/2/18
Deadline: 10/2/18
To Apply

Please feel free to visit our website and learn more about us: www.newinsights2.com

Employment Opportunity: Outpatient Substance Abuse Counselor - Catholic Social Services (Milford, PA)

Full time position for outpatient substance abuse counselor.
Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
One evening to 8:00 pm could be possible.

Post date: 5/3/18
Deadline: 8/3/18
Qualifications:

Master's Degree preferred, or Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college with a major in Chemical Dependency, Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Nursing (with a clinical specialty in the human services) or other related field.
All candidates must pass FBI, PA Criminal Background and Child Abuse Clearances.
The Diocese of Scranton requires that all employees complete an initial VIRTUS Training Program, designed to empower organizations and people to better control risk and improve the lives of all those who interact with the Church.
Employees will also be required to monitor the VIRTUS website and complete any internet updates as they become assigned.
Employees must also complete all other training programs, outservices, inservices, conferences, seminars, conventions, etc., as assigned by the Training Coordinator.

Responsibilities:

Conducting screenings for determination of emergency medical needs
Conducting substance abuse evaluations to determine the presence or absence of a substance abuse problem, and determination of level of care
Providing direct clinical and/or supportive chemical dependency services to individual clients, members of their families, and/or significant others, to aid them in achieving a more satisfactory adjustment to their specific problems or situations.
Designing treatment plans by utilizing knowledge of alcohol and drug dependency, counseling, and treatment methods, tailoring approach to individual needs.
Working in close cooperation with other social service agencies, hospitals, clinics, courts, and community resources in planning to meet the needs of clients, and assists them in utilizing their resources.
Preparing dictation and record keeping as required by specific agency programs, on a timely basis as directed by the supervisor.
Adhering to established regulations, policies and procedures of the overall agency and their specific component.
Attending seminars, conferences and training to enhance skills and performance as directed by the supervisor.
Performing in an advisory capacity to other professional staff in specialized areas through participation in conferences and meetings for purpose of diagnosis and plan of treatment.
Other duties, as assigned.

Employment Opportunity: Part-time Resident Manager - Halfway House (Farmington, PA)

Drug and Alcohol Halfway House in Farmington, PA seeking qualified candidates for open Part-time Resident Manager.

Post date: 10/14/16
Deadline: 1/14/07
Qualifications:

Candidates must possess the following:
o Valid Driver's license
o Clean driving record
o Satisfactory criminal record check
o Satisfactory ChildLine clearance
o Two satisfactory written references
o Applicant must be flexible, motivated and display a good work ethic.

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Monitoring clients, monitoring medications, light cleaning as well as transporting and accompanying clients to appointments and meetings.

To Apply

Work hours: Must be willing to work nights and weekends.

For consideration, please forward resume and cover letter to:
podell1156@gmail.com

Employment Opportunity: Substance Use Disorder Specialist – Student Life - West Virginia University (Carruth Center)

Description

The Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services is seeking applications for a Substance Use Disorder Specialist. The primary role of the Substance Use Disorder Specialist is to provide substance use counseling services including but not limited to assessment, treatment planning, short-term counseling, group therapy, psychoeducation, and case management. The Substance Use Disorder Specialist will provide mental health and substance use counseling for students with co-occurring needs and may provide substance use assessment and treatment to students mandated by the CARE team, Residence Life, the Athletic Department or the Dean of Students (e.g. SAP, AOD Amnesty, Athlete DOA assessment and treatment program) as well as students whom are self-referred.

In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will;
• Provide multiculturally-sensitive brief counseling and psychotherapy for students with diverse presenting concerns
• Conduct broader mental health intake evaluations, assessments, triages, consultation, and crisis intervention services, and participate in the staffing of the Center’s drop-in clinic and after-hours crisis phone
• Provide consultation and outreach to clients and their families, WVU faculty/staff, and the university community, that of which may specifically provide outreach and educational programming related to substance use and prevention
• Complete required Center documentation on an electronic health record system and quality assurance activities including routine monitoring and management of student treatment compliance (i.e., missed appointments, cancellations, etc.) in accordance with agency policies and state and federal regulations
• Attends case conference, committees, task forces, and the mission of the Center and Student Life.
• Provides clinical supervision to trainees and facilitates didactic seminars on a variety of clinical or professional topics including but not limited to substance use disorder assessment and treatment, recovery, addiction etc.
• Serves on AOD related department and/or university committees

Post date: 5/15/18
Deadline: 8/15/18
Qualifications:

• Completed MA/MS/MSW degree from an accredited program.
• Two (2) years of experience providing counseling for substance use and co-occurring mental health concerns, as well as substance use assessment
• Experience working with a college age population
• Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and campus policies pertaining to substance abuse and substance abuse prevention
• Licensed (or license-eligible within six months) Counselor or Social Worker (LICSW) within the State of WV.
• Certified addiction professional (or certification-eligible within six months) is preferred.
• Certified addiction professional (or certification-eligible within three years of hire) is required.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume with your application.
Background check required.

Submit Application:
https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/internal/jobdetail.ftl?job=08380&tz=...

Employment Opportunity: Volunteer Coordinator - The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania (Doylestown, PA)

The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for implementation of the volunteer program for the Philadelphia Recovery Training Center.

Post date: 5/14/18
Deadline: 8/14/18
Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience. Good communication skills, knowledge of Chemical dependence field, good computer skills, understanding of recovery issues, ability to coordinate several activities at once, work well with people and be comfortable with public speaking. Current valid Pennsylvania driver’s license, insurance and vehicle.

Responsibilities:

DAILY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Identify the volunteer needs for PRTC in coordination with the Volunteer Coordinator for the Philadelphia Recovery Community Center (PRCC) as well as with the other Volunteer Coordinators in other counties. Coordination with Philadelphia Recovery Community Center’s Senior Peer Service Coordinator for the Center’s volunteer needs.

2. Recruit, interview, screen, train, provide orientation and place volunteers for Philadelphia recovery support programs. Nurture volunteers to improve their connection to the organization.

3. Provide communications, training, and coordination and support to mobilized membership.

4. Manage PRO-ACT database with all incoming and outgoing information; data collection and reporting.

5. Community engagement and mobilization: must coincide with goals and objectives of Pro-Act, The Council, and The City of Philadelphia. Work should build on voluntary health organizational model.

6. Assure proper supervision of volunteers which also includes ensuring that each volunteer has a recovery plan and a job description as well as maintain volunteer records and schedules.

7. Uphold and model compliance with Council policies and procedures; continually review and maintain volunteer compliance and understanding of volunteer rules, roles and boundaries with regard to Council policies and procedures.

8. Coordinate/organize community events and volunteer activities, including Recovery Walks!, MLK day, ASD Alcohol Screening Day, Voter Registration, etc.

9. Maintain project logs, reports and records.

10. Assist with community awareness campaigns. Coach and provide technical assistance to campaign committees, correspondence and mailings for Philadelphia PRO-ACT committees.

11. Assist with coordination and implementation of regional and local leadership trainings.

12. Work with other staff to implement member educational series and meetings.

13. Provide training and technical assistance to established local groups.

14. Other related duties as determined and approved by Project Director.

15. Ensure that quarterly and board reports are completed and submitted to the Director.

16. Have an awareness of PRTC’s annual budget and ensure that spending needs do not exceed budget requirements.

17. Must participate in supervision with your immediate supervisor.

18. Assume the lead for the PRTC’s vision team ensuring that there is proper membership and monthly meetings.

19. Assist with other duties as decided and approved by the Director.

To Apply

Resumes/applications can be forwarded to: jobs@councilsepa.org

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