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Job Openings For:

Turning Point Center of Addison County logo

turningpointaddisonvt.org
54 A Creek Rd.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Administrative Coordinator

Location: Turning Point Center of Addison County
Job Title: Administrative Coordinator
Job Type: Full-time
Location: Middlebury, VT
Pay: $20.00 – $22.00 per hour
Expected hours: 40 per week

Administrative Coordinator Overview

The Administrative Coordinator is the point person for folks who contact Turning Point in need of more complex services, such as Recovery Coaching or services from another community organization (including treatment centers). You will be providing an intake to determine what services people are looking for and then provide a direct connection to those services. You will be collaborating with all Turning Point staff and other community partners to ensure the smoothest connection between participants and resources, as well as educating participants on options for community resources if they would like.

As an employee of Turning Point, the Administrative Coordinator provides coordination of care to those in recovery and family members of those in recovery from a substance use disorder or from any addictive behavior.

For full job description and to apply visit indeed.com

Job Openings For:

North Central Vermont Recovery Center logo

ncvrc.com
275 Brooklyn St., Suite 2
Morrisville, VT 05661

Recovery Coach in the Emergency Department (RCED)

Job Title: Recovery Coach in the Emergency Department (RCED)
Type: Per Diem/Part Time
Location: Morrisville, VT

Benefits:  Health, Vision and Dental Insurance (RCEDs working 2 or more regularly scheduled shifts per week), Paid Training  

Summary:

The Recovery Coach in the Emergency Department (RCED) is part of a team of Recovery Coaches employed by North Central Vermont Recovery Center (NCVRC) providing direct peer recovery support services to patients at Copley Hospital who have experienced an adverse substance-use-related event.  This program operates 24/7 with team members covering 12-hour on-call shifts. Each 12-hour shift may include interaction with individuals, patient family members, and hospital staff in an Emergency Department setting, performing follow-up calls to recent program participants, and staffing at the Recovery Center when applicable.  Recovery Coaches performing work outside of regular shift coverage will be compensated at an hourly rate.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct services to individuals receiving treatment at Copley Hospital following an adverse substance-use-related event 

  • Able to work a shift schedule, maintaining adequate response time to Copley Hospital (within 45 minutes) when notified of a patient requiring RCED services.   

  • Provide education on harm-reduction, overdose awareness, and on obtaining Naloxone where appropriate

  • Provide support and resource information to family members, as necessary and appropriate.

  • Enhance opportunities for individuals to become familiar with North Central Vermont Recovery Center and other local community resources available

  • Assist individuals to identify and develop natural community supports to foster independence and community integration

  • Document program participant visits and surveys through paper and electronic surveys and forms

  • Responsible for records management in our online data platform

  • Perform follow up calls to individuals who recently received RCED services

  • Promotes the RCED program and other support services offered at North Central Vermont Recovery Center with local community partners

  • Maintains collaborative relationships with local treatment teams and in-patient treatment facilities in Vermont to assist program participants with treatment needs

  • Model and exemplify recovery principles in order to show by example that recovery is possible and attainable, and utilize personal and professional experience to promote wellness and recovery

  • Abide by HIPAA, 42 CFR, and any additional regulations set forth by North Central Vermont Recovery Center and Copley Hospital 

  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • A self-identified person in recovery from a substance use disorder, who meets the requirement of 2 years of continuous SUD recovery, or who can otherwise demonstrate stability in their recovery

  • Trained Recovery Coach, or ability to attend Vermont’s Recovery Coach Academy

  • Experience with or educational background related to recovery concepts and practices of recovery that honor any pathway to recovery

  • Organized, self-motivated, creative, and committed to working in a diverse environment

  • Excellent written and oral communication

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and comfortable with working with all levels of professionals.

  • Experience with presenting both formal and informal presentations

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Workspace, as well as working with various data platforms  

  • Preferred Recovery Center experience/affiliation

  • Understanding of the Substance Use Disorder process, available treatment programs, healthcare options, social service systems and medical systems

  • Preferred Advanced motivational interviewing skills

  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team

  • A Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation

  • Employees will be required to attend various trainings, paid for by NCVRC

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Recovery Coaching Programs Manager

Location: North Central Vermont Recovery Center
Job Title:  Recovery Coaching Programs Manager
Type: Part-time

Location: North Central Vermont Recovery Center, Morrisville, VT
Benefits:  Health, Vision and Dental Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Training

Summary:

The Recovery Coaching Programs Manager ensures Recovery Coaches at North Central Vermont Recovery Center (NCVRC), and in partnership with Copley Hospital, are providing the highest level of peer recovery support services to individuals and families affected by Substance Use Disorder. 

Recovery Coaches are available for scheduled peer-to-peer Coaching sessions at NCVRC, as well as a small team of additionally trained Recovery Coaches in the Emergency Department (RCEDs) who provide 24/7/365 on-call coverage to respond to Copley Hospital to offer Recovery Coaching in a fast-paced Emergency Department setting.

Through delegation, training, support, and attention to detail, the Recovery Coaching Programs Manager is a part of an outstanding team committed to the highest standards of peer-support work at a recovery center.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assist in sustaining and growing the organization by utilizing resources within the organization and in the community

  • Supervision of Recovery Coaches at NCVRC and Copley Hospital to include the orientation, scheduling, and providing ongoing training opportunities for program staff.

  • Primary contact for NCVRC’s Recovery Coaching Program/s

  • Act as a liaison between Copley Hospital and NCVRC’s hospital-specific Recovery Coaching program (nights and weekends may apply)

  • Responsible for data collection and records management in various data platforms for overseen programs

  • Develop referral pathways to and from partner agencies/services for program participants

  • Ensure follow-up w/ program participants & facilitate connection w/ additional NCVRC and/or community partner services

  • Regularly engage in community outreach and public education about the Recovery Center

  • Create monthly Board reports, providing an overview of monthly program activities

  • Ensure participant’s confidentiality is protected; maintain locked files, and online data security protocol

Qualifications:

  • Experience with and/or clear understanding of Substance Use Disorder and the aspects of recovery from it. 

  • Knowledge and understanding of the recovery community needs

  • The ability to coordinate and manage multiple projects simultaneously

  • Experience in program development

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and comfort with working with all levels of professionals and people of all backgrounds

  • The ability to present information clearly in both formal and informal settings

  • Vermont peer Recovery Coach certification preferred, or training will be provided

  • A peer in recovery is preferred. *If in recovery, 2 years in recovery is required

  • A passion for non-profit work with this specific population 

  • Ability to motivate individuals / teams, provide constructive and supportive feedback, and adapt approaches to match various learning styles and abilities

  • Organized, self-motivated, creative, detail oriented, reliable, punctual and flexible

  • Committed to working in a diverse environment

  • Excellent organizational, verbal, and written communication skills

  • Team player with leadership abilities, as well as a capacity to engage in critical thinking and problem solving

  • Working knowledge of, or willingness to learn, computer applications such as, but not limited to Microsoft Office, Google Workspace, and Recovery Data Platform (RDP)

  • A Valid Driver’s License; reliable transportation

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Job Openings For:

Kingdom Recovery Center logo

krcstj.org
297 Summer St.
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

Emergency Department Recovery Coach

Location: Kingdon Recovery Center

Job Description:

The Emergency Department RecoveryCoach (EDRC) will, as an employee of Kingdom Recovery Center [KRC], provide direct services and support to those who have experienced an incident related to alcoholism/substance use and are being treated or have been treated at Northern Vermont Regional Hospital [NVRH]. This position reports to KRC and is Part Time and/or Per Diem. Part of each shift will also include time: interfacing with ED staff, patient families, performing follow up calls to recent patients, and staffing at the recovery center. Reports to: RCED Supervisor Status: Part-time and Per Diem Essential

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct services to individuals receiving services in the emergency room following reversal from opioid overdose, or other alcohol and/or substance-related events.
  • Provide education on overdose, and on obtaining Naloxone.
  • Provide support and resource information to family members, as necessary and appropriate.
  • Enhance opportunities for individuals to become familiar with Kingdom Recovery Center and other local community resources available.
  • Assist individuals to identify and develop natural community supports in order to foster independence and community integration.
  • Collect Data important to KRC and NVRH.
    Perform follow up calls to individuals who recently received RCEDP services.
  • Promote Emergency Department program and other support services offered at Kingdom Recovery Center with local community partners.
  • Maintain collaborative relationships with local treatment teams and in-patient treatment facilities in Vermont to assist clients with treatment needs.
  • Model and exemplify recovery principles in order to show by example that recovery is possible and attainable, and utilize personal and professional experience to promote wellness and recovery.
  • Abide by HIPAA, 42 CFR, and any additional regulations set forth by KRC and NVRH.

Required Experience:

  • A self-identified person in recovery from alcoholism/substance use disorder, who meets the abstinence requirement of at least 2 years of continuous recovery [preferred 3 – 5 years], or who can otherwise demonstrate stability in their recovery, OR
  • Experience with, or educational background of, recovery concepts and practices of recovery that honor any and all pathways to recovery.
  • Organized, self-motivated, creative, and committed to working in a radically-inclusive environment.
  • Excellent written and oral communication.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and comfort working with all levels of professionals.
  • Experience providing both formal and informal presentations.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Apps, as well as working with various data platforms.
  • Valid Driver’s License; reliable transportation and current insurance coverage.

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Preferred Recovery Center experience/affiliation.
  • Trained Recovery Coach, or willingness/ability to attend upcoming Recovery Coach Academy.
  • Understanding of the alcoholism/addiction treatment process, available treatment programs, healthcare options, social service systems and medical systems.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

Additional Requirements:

  • Applicants may be required to submit a lab certified drug test, paid for by KRC
  • Applicants must submit to a criminal background check, paid for by KRC,
  • Employees will be required to attend various trainings, paid for by KRC

Ready to apply?

Email resume and cover letter/letter of interest to mailto:[email protected] visit out website krcstj.org

Job Openings For:

Vermont Foundation of Recovery logo

vfor.org
PO Box 5490
Essex Jct., VT 05453

Essex Junction Men's House Coordinator (Full Time)

Title: House Coordinator (Full-time)

Reports to: Regional Manager

Job purpose: To provide oversight, coordination and support for VFOR house members living in one or more of our Recovery Homes.

Key responsibilities:

  • Coordinate, attend, and facilitate weekly house meeting(s).
  • Foster and maintain a living environment that is substance free and provides a healthy, non-discriminating, supportive, family-like atmosphere that values diversity.
  • Honor multiple paths to recovery.
  • Provide support and guidance to Members in their recovery, career building, and life goals.
  • Foster and maintain a working relationship with landlord(s).
  • Respond to house/apt property and member needs, including off-hours emergencies.
  • Perform all duties involved in welcoming and parting with members.
  • Maintain an alcohol and substance free environment.
  • Hold members accountable to VFOR policies and expectations including administering UAs.
  • Collect and deposit weekly membership dues as well as keep financial records.
  • Document information electronically using various computer systems.
  • Acquire, support and maintain a volunteer house mentor(s).
  • Be a member of the Operations Team if needed- including attending the weekly meeting.
  • Build relationships with the local community.
  • Regularly communicate and report pertinent information regarding houses overseen to the Regional Manager or Operations Director following agreed upon protocols.
  • Attend training to develop relevant knowledge and skills.

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes:

  • Clear, constructive communication
  • Ability to set personal and professional boundaries
  • Reliable vehicle and valid driver’s license
  • Problem solving
  • Customer service
  • Flexibility
  • Organization
  • Proficient with technology
  • Time-management
  • Ability to handle stressful situations and work well under pressure
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Lived experience in recovery from Substance Use Disorder preferred
  • Knowledge and experience managing recovery homes preferred

Scheduling:

  • Must be able to work weekends, some holidays, days, nights, and be on call for possible emergencies.

To apply: visit Indeed.com

Morrisville Women's House Coordinator (Part Time)

Title: House Coordinator (Part-time)

Reports to: Regional Manager

Job purpose: To provide oversight, coordination and support for VFOR house members living in one or more of our Recovery Homes.

Key responsibilities:

  • Coordinate, attend, and facilitate weekly house meeting(s).
  • Foster and maintain a living environment that is substance free and provides a healthy, non-discriminating, supportive, family-like atmosphere that values diversity.
  • Honor multiple paths to recovery.
  • Provide support and guidance to Members in their recovery, career building, and life goals.
  • Foster and maintain a working relationship with landlord(s).
  • Respond to house/apt property and member needs, including off-hours emergencies.
  • Perform all duties involved in welcoming and parting with members.
  • Maintain an alcohol and substance free environment.
  • Hold members accountable to VFOR policies and expectations including administering UAs.
  • Collect and deposit weekly membership dues as well as keep financial records.
  • Document information electronically using various computer systems.
  • Acquire, support and maintain a volunteer house mentor(s).
  • Be a member of the Operations Team if needed- including attending the weekly meeting.
  • Build relationships with the local community.
  • Regularly communicate and report pertinent information regarding houses overseen to the Regional Manager or Operations Director following agreed upon protocols.
  • Attend training to develop relevant knowledge and skills.

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes:

  • Clear, constructive communication
  • Ability to set personal and professional boundaries
  • Reliable vehicle and valid driver’s license
  • Problem solving
  • Customer service
  • Flexibility
  • Organization
  • Proficient with technology
  • Time-management
  • Ability to handle stressful situations and work well under pressure
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Lived experience in recovery from Substance Use Disorder preferred
  • Knowledge and experience managing recovery homes preferred

Scheduling:

  • Must be able to work weekends, some holidays, days, nights, and be on call for possible emergencies.

To apply: visit Indeed.com

Women's Regional Manager (Full-time)

Title: Regional Manager (Full-time)
Reports to: Director of Operations
Job purpose: To provide oversight, coordination and support for all aspects of VFOR recovery homes.

Key responsibilities:

  • Oversee all VFOR properties within designated portfolio and the House Coordinators who support them.
  • Foster and maintain a living environment that is substance free and provides a healthy, non-discriminating, supportive, family-like atmosphere that values diversity.
  • Honor multiple paths to recovery.
  • Support House Coordinators and hold them accountable to overseeing VFOR homes and supporting VFOR house members. Foster a positive and supportive work environment that promotes teamwork and professional growth.
  • Provide 1 on 1 training to House Coordinators on policies, day-to-day duties of their role, and any other pertinent matters.
  • Assist House Coordinators in resolving any issues that arise within a VFOR home including but not limited to structural, financial, behavioral, or personal issues.
  • Provide leadership and support during crisis situations, including emergencies, conflicts, or return to use situations, ensuring appropriate protocols are followed to safeguard member safety and well-being.
  • Hold members accountable to VFOR policies and expectations including administering UAs.
  • Support homes directly anytime House Coordinators are not available.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant laws, regulations, and certification standards.
  • Prepare regular reports on performance, outcomes, and compliance metrics.
  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of policies and procedures, implementing improvements as necessary to ensure optimal outcomes for members.
  • Regularly communicate and report pertinent information regarding homes overseen to the Director of Operations following agreed upon protocols.
  • Be a member of the Operations Team including attending the weekly meeting.
  • Build and maintain relationships with community partners, landlords, stakeholders, and referral sources to enhance support networks and resources available to members.
  • Attend training to develop relevant knowledge and skills.

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes:

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to set personal and professional boundaries
  • Demonstrated leadership experience, including staff supervision, program development, and strategic thinking
  • Compassionate, empathetic, and culturally sensitive approach to working with diverse populations with a focus on customer service
  • Organized, detail-oriented, and exhibit follow-through on tasks and goals, strong time management skills
  • Ability to handle stressful situations and work well under pressure
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to travel throughout the state as needed
  • Lived experience in recovery from substance use disorder preferred
  • Knowledge and experience operating recovery homes preferred

Scheduling:

  • Must be able to work weekends, some holidays, days, nights, and be on call for possible emergencies.

To apply: visit Indeed.com

Human Resources Manager (Full-time)

Title: Human Resources Manager (Full-time)
Reports to: Director of Finance
Job Purpose: To lead VFOR in attracting and selecting candidates, hiring and promotions, learning and development, compensation and benefits management, and information sharing.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Human Resources (HR) Manager will be responsible for overseeing all employee-related functions, including recruitment, onboarding, training, employee relations, performance management, and compliance with employment laws and regulations. This position will work closely with leadership to develop and implement HR policies and procedures that promote a positive organizational culture and support the well-being of our house members and staff. Additionally, this position will collaborate with other departments to foster a supportive, vibrant, and inclusive work environment conducive to sustainability and growth for all VFOR employees, board members, and community partners.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

1. Recruitment and Staffing: • Develop and implement recruitment strategies to attract qualified candidates for various positions within the organization.

  • Create and maintain an organizational chart, job descriptions, and staffing schedules.
  • Partner with VFOR’s leadership in the hiring process, including advertising open positions, reviewing resumes, coordinating and conducting interviews, conducting reference and background checks, and drafting offer letters.

2. Onboarding and Training:

  • Design, implement, and execute an onboarding process for new hires, ensuring they receive necessary training and resources to perform their roles effectively.
  • Develop and deliver initial and ongoing training programs on topics such as recovery support principles, trauma-informed care, ethical standards for staff members, and more.

3. Employee Relations:

  • Serve as a point of contact for employee concerns, providing guidance and support to resolve conflicts and address grievances in a timely and equitable manner.
  • Foster a positive work environment by promoting open communication, trust, and respect among staff members.

4. Performance Management:

  • Implement performance management processes, including goal setting, performance evaluations, and development plans, to support employee growth and productivity.
  • Provide coaching and feedback to staff members to help them succeed in their roles and contribute to the organization’s mission.

5. Compliance and Policy Deevelopment:

  • Ensure the employee handbook is up-to-date and VFOR is in compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, as well as industry standards and best practices.
  • Develop and maintain HR policies and procedures that reflect VFOR’s values and support its commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

6. Benefits Administration and Payroll Processing:

  • Process payroll ensuring all employees are paid accurately.
  • Administer employee benefits programs, including health insurance and leave policies, in collaboration with relevant service providers.
  • Educate staff members about available benefits and assist them with enrollment and inquiries.

7. Recordkeeping and Reporting:

  • Maintain accurate and confidential HR records, including personnel files, attendance records, and compliance documentation.
  • Create and maintain the employee handbook and organizational policies and procedures.
  • Generate reports and analyze HR metrics to identify trends, assess the effectiveness of HR initiatives, and support data-driven decision-making.

8. Collaboration and Networking:

  • Partner with VFOR’s staff and board to fully understand programs and foster learning and professional development opportunities to support staff and organizational success.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities and engage with local and regional networks to stay informed about best practices and emerging trends in HR management and recovery services.

9. Additional Responsibilities:

  • This position may entail additional duties as needed to support the evolving needs and mission of the organization.

Essential Education, Experience and Skills:

  • Personal experience with recovery from substance use disorder preferred.
  • Must support Vermont Foundation of Recovery’s mission and have a passion for recovery housing.
  • Strong interpersonal and writing skills with a focus on customer service.
  • Have knowledge and experience in human resources best practices, particularly attracting and retaining talent, benefits administration, staff and organization evaluation, professional development, and culture health.
  • Possess the leadership skills to work with and motivate staff, board members, and volunteers.
  • Have the desire to build internal and external relationships.
  • Be a “self-starter” and goal-driven.
  • Be organized, detail-oriented, and exhibit “follow through” on tasks and goals.
  • Display a positive attitude, show concern for people and community, demonstrate presence, self-confidence, common sense, and good listening ability.
  • Strong technical, computer and software skills; Experience with HR technology platforms a plus.
  • 3 or more years of experience in Human Resources, preferably for a non-profit organization.
  • 1 or more years of payroll experience, including employee benefit management.
  • Experience generating and fostering a enthusiastic work culture across all departments

To apply: visit Indeed.com

Bennington Women's House Manager (Part Time)

Title: House Coordinator
Reports to: Regional Manager

Job purpose: To provide oversight, coordination and support for VFOR house members living in one or more of our Recovery Homes.

Key responsibilities:

  • Coordinate, attend, and facilitate weekly house meeting(s).
  • Foster and maintain a living environment that is substance free and provides a healthy, non-discriminating, supportive, family-like atmosphere that values diversity.
  • Honor multiple paths to recovery.
  • Provide support and guidance to Members in their recovery, career building, and life goals.
  • Foster and maintain a working relationship with landlord(s).
  • Respond to house/apt property and member needs, including off-hours emergencies.
  • Perform all duties involved in welcoming and parting with members.
  • Maintain an alcohol and substance free environment.
  • Hold members accountable to VFOR policies and expectations including administering UAs.
  • Collect and deposit weekly membership dues as well as keep financial records.
  • Document information electronically using various computer systems.
  • Acquire, support and maintain a volunteer house mentor(s).
  • Be a member of the Operations Team if needed- including attending the weekly meeting.
  • Build relationships with the local community.
  • Regularly communicate and report pertinent information regarding houses overseen to the Regional Manager or Operations Director following agreed upon protocols.
  • Attend training to develop relevant knowledge and skills.

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes:

  • Clear, constructive communication
  • Ability to set personal and professional boundaries
  • Reliable vehicle and valid driver’s license
  • Problem solving
  • Customer service
  • Flexibility
  • Organization
  • Proficient with technology
  • Time-management
  • Ability to handle stressful situations and work well under pressure
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Lived experience in recovery from Substance Use Disorder preferred
  • Knowledge and experience managing recovery homes preferred

Scheduling:

  • Must be able to work weekends, some holidays, days, nights, and be on call for possible emergencies.

To apply: visit Indeed.com

Job Openings For:

Turning Point Center of Windham County logo

turningpointwc.org
39 Elm St., PO Box 1303
Brattleboro, VT 05301

Peer Addiction Recovery Coach

Location: Turning Point of Windham County

Turning Point of Windham County is a non-profit Recovery Center located in Brattleboro, Vermont, that provides recovery groups, individual recovery coaching, outreach, harm reduction supplies, and sober recreation and events. Our mission is to provide a peer-driven, supportive environment that promotes personal recovery for individuals in Windham County.

Peer Addiction Recovery Coach

Turning Point of Windham County Recovery Coaches will provide non-clinical services intended to aid individuals in establishing and maintaining individual recovery from substance use disorder (SUD). The recovery coach promotes a recovery-based approach to participant care with an emphasis on respect, self-direction, and empowerment by providing peer support, personal assistance, education on community resources, and other supportive services for individuals with a substance abuse disorder.

Our ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience in the recovery field or relevant background
  • Excellent boundaries
  • A solid understanding of Confidentiality
  • A balance between one’s peer support and professional requirements to reduce any potential harm
  • A “go-getter” ready to advance and spread recovery knowledge, opportunities, and hope to the community.

Peer Addiction Recovery Coach overview

Recovery Coaching is a professional peer support role credentialed through graduation from Recovery Vermont’s Recovery Coaching Academy and completion of all requirements for IC&RC certification. Some overarching job responsibilities include:

  • Provide direct recovery support services, ie. recovery coaching, recovery group facilitation, and outreach to the community.
  • Contribute to a welcoming atmosphere at Turning Point, helping keep the environment safe, comfortable and clean for guests.
  • Display a warm and welcoming demeanor toward all guests arriving at the Center; providing recovery support to visitors focused on recovery principles, strength-based and evidence-based practices learned through the variety of training opportunities provided in this position.
  • Assisting individuals to identify and develop natural community supports to foster independence and community integration.
  • Promote the array of Turning Point programs and offerings as well as resources available through local community partners.
  • Maintain collaborative relationships with local treatment teams and providers serving Vermont, to assist clients with treatment needs.
  • Model and exemplify recovery principles to show by example that recovery is possible and attainable, and utilize personal and professional experience to promote wellness and recovery.
  • Abide by HIPAA, 42 CFR Part II, and any additional regulations set forth by Turning Point and BMH.
  • Complete all necessary documentation, attend supervision, requested trainings, and participate in Turning Point events.

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • A self-identified person in recovery from a substance use disorder or other valuable lived experience who meets a minimum of 2 years of uninterrupted recovery.
  • Experience with, or educational background of, recovery concepts and practices of recovery that honor multiple pathways to recovery.
  • Organized, self-motivated, creative, and committed to working in a diverse environment.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and comfortable working with all levels of professionals.
  • Experience/comfortability with doing both formal and informal presentations.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook, as well as experience working with various data platforms.
  • Valid Driver’s License, reliable transportation, and current insurance coverage.
  • Preferred Recovery Center experience/affiliation.
  • Trained Recovery Coach (training will be provided if not certified for committed applicants).
  • Understanding of the addiction process, available treatment programs, healthcare options, social service systems and medical systems.
  • Preferred Advanced motivational interviewing skills (will train if needed).
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team in the hospital and community setting.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $20.00 per hour

Expected hours: No more than 40 per week

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance Stipend
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekends as needed

People with a criminal record are encouraged to apply

Work Location: In person

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter describing your experience and commitment to recovery support services along with 3 professional references via email to: [email protected]

Families in Recovery Program Coordinator

Job Description

Families in Recovery Program Coordinator

Turning Point of Windham County – Brattleboro, VT

  • Are you a compassionate family-oriented professional looking to serve families in the community?
  • Are you motivated to grow a community program to be the best of the best in our community?
  • Are you a person in recovery or a family member with lived experience of addiction and recovery?

If you answered yes to these questions you may be the right fit to lead the Families Program at Turning Point of Windham County, the recovery and wellness center in downtown Brattleboro!

Purpose:

The Families Program Lead works out of the Turning Point of Windham County (TPWC) center, providing program coordination focused on creating growth, awareness, education, and sustainability of partnerships and programming for parents, caregivers and family members in the community who would benefit from recovery services. This role also provides peer-recovery coach services and support to those participating in the Families in Recovery Support Program via recovery coaching and group facilitation for families. The Families in Recovery Program helps caregivers be the best they can be, while continuing to work on their recovery. Recovery groups emphasize relationships and family. This part-time position is currently grant funded and renewed annually by the Vermont Department of Health.

This position requires someone who is a go-getter, can work well independently as well as in a team, is ready to outreach and make strong connections in the community, and who cares about families experiencing challenges due to their own or a loved one’s use.

While it is ideal for candidates to be certified recovery coaches with previous coaching experience, training may be provided for the right candidate.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: From $21.00 per hour

Expected hours: 40 per week

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Vision insurance

People with a criminal record are encouraged to apply

Application Question(s):

Please make sure you have submitted an updated resume with a cover letter highlighting your interest in this position!

License/Certification:
Driver’s License (Required)

Ability to Commute:
Brattleboro, VT 05301 (Required)

Ability to Relocate:
Brattleboro, VT 05301: Relocate before starting work (Required)

Work Location: In person

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to: [email protected]

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