- Maintain safe space for SCRC participants, upholding Code of Ethics and trauma-informed values
- Work collabroatively with peers to design marketing materials for print, radio, local presentations and events
- Work with peers to create and adapt presentations to various community audiences: business, healthcare, civic, academic, criminal justice
- Recruit members of the community to the SCRC
- Serve as ambassador/liaison to community agencies, consortiums, and coalitions/task forces locally, state-wide (MOAR, SOAR) and nationally (Faces and Voices of Recovery)
- CAPRSS Accreditation process coordinator
- Work with peers to enhance membership opportunities, recovery support, and knowledge of the SCRC through information sessions and outreach to community organizations, including schools, health care facilities, local businesses, area churches, civic organizations
- Coordinate peer recovery advocates to promote the SCRC and educate and inform the community about recovery obstacles and possibilities.
- Tobacco Education Coordinator for the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services.
Skills and Qualifications:
- Close familiarity with local recovery community
- Extensive knowledge of Berkshire County community, including service providers, local businesses, and community supports, etc.
- Experience in outreach and community building
- Recovery Coach training and Recovery Coach Supervisor Training
- Able to work and manage a flexible schedule including some weekends, nights, and holidays
- Strong program planning and coordination skills
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Knowledge of group dynamics and solid group facilitation skills including virtual meeting facilitation
- Understanding of or experience with peer-participatory model
- Knowledge of basic computer programs such as Word and Excel
- Experience with strength-based approach to leadership development
- Excellent interpersonal skills and strong interpersonal boundaries
- Must have lived experience with substance addiction recovery
- Health Insurance: 50%* contribution towards non-individual plan, recalculated annually at time of insurance renewal. company contributes 70%* to the premium costs on individual plans. *Up-to
- Berkshire Passport: $1000.00 Annual benefit to support participation in cultural, wellness, outdoor or fitness activities in the Berkshires.
- Health Flex Spending Account $500.00 Annual benefit that may be matched by staff. Pre-tax dollars that may be used to reimburse medical expenses not covered by insurance
- Relocation assistance up to $5,000
Travel Requirements: Occasional Travel throughout Massachusetts
Supervisory Responsibilities: Recovery Coaches
Supervised by: Assistant Director/Program Manager
To apply: send cover letter and resume to [email protected]