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Peer Recovery Support Specialist

Hiring a Peer Recovery Coordinator: $500 Sign on bonus!

 

Exciting opportunity for bi-lingual (English/Spanish) individual in sustained recovery from addiction to work in the addiction/recovery field. Our RASE Project office in Kissimmee/Osceola County needs an individual for a Recovery Coordinator position. Experience in the field a plus, but more important is a strong understanding of the recovery process.

 

RASE is a Recovery Community Organization that offers a competitive salary and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Job Type: Full-time – Pay: $28,000.00 – $32,000.00 per year

 

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Parental leave
  • Professional development assistance
  • Referral program
  • Retirement plan
  • Vision insurance

Palm Beach County HUB, Certified Recovery Peer Support Specialist

Job Description

Classification: Part Time.

Education/Work Experience: Minimum of 2 years of prior work within the Recovery Community. Peer Support Certification from Florida Certification Board is required.

References Needed: Three References needed. One personal and the other two must be professional.

Hours: 20 Hours (M-F) 9AM-1PM rotating w/ 1PM-5PM. Notation; Schedule is subject to change with workshops, seminars and events happing within the HUB. Flexibility is needed.

Reports To: The Certified Recovery Peer Support Specialist will report to the Site Coordinator of the Palm Beach County HUB.

Education/Work Experience: Minimum of 2 years of prior work within the Recovery Community. Peer Support Certification from Florida Certification Board is required.

References Needed: Three References needed. One personal and the other two must be professional.

Job Overview: The Peer Specialist’s role is to support others in recovery from substance use disorders. The Peer Specialist will serve as a role model, mentor, advocate and motivator to recovering individuals in order to help prevent relapse and promote long-term recovery. The Peer Specialist must demonstrate an ability to share personal recovery experiences and to develop authentic peer to-peer relationships.

Responsibilities and Duties:

1. Maintain project logs, reports and records in appropriate files and database(s).
2. Provide recovery education to service recipients for every phase of the recovery journey from pre-recovery engagement, recovery initiation, recovery stabilization, and sustained recovery maintenance.
3. Provide a model for both people in recovery and staff by demonstrating that recovery is possible.
4. Assist recovering persons to identify their personal interests, goals, strengths and weaknesses regarding recovery.
5. Assist/coach recovering persons develop their own plan for advancing their recovery; for “getting the life they want.”
6. Recovery Planning — facilitate (via personal coaching) the transition from a professionally directed service plan to a self-directed Recovery Plan. The goal should be to transition from professionally assisted recovery initiation to personally directed, community supported recovery maintenance.
7. Promote self-advocacy by assisting recovering persons to have their voices fully heard; their needs, goals and objectives established as the focal point of rehabilitation and clinical services.
8. 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.
9. Support connections to community based, mutual self-help groups. Will link individuals to the appropriate professional resources when needed. Provide vision-driven hope and encouragement for opportunities at varying levels of involvement in community-based activities (e.g., work, school, relationships, physical activity, self-directed hobbies, etc.).
10.Develop relationships with community groups/agencies in partnership with others in the agency.
11.As recovery specialist position evolves and knowledge increases, visit community resources with recovering persons to assist them in becoming familiar with potential opportunities.
12.Identify barriers (internal and external) to full participation in community resources and developing strategies to overcome those barriers.
13.Maintain contact by phone and/or e-mail with recovering person with RCI in mind to insure their ongoing success and to provide re-engagement support in partnership with others in the agency if needed. Long-term engagement, support, and encouragement.
14.Other duties as directed by staff and core leadership team.
15.Develop, implement, and promote ongoing community training opportunities at The HUB.

Salary Range: 16.60$ (Part Time – 20 Hours Weekly)

Palm Beach County HUB, Certified Recovery Peer Support Specialist

Job Description

Classification: Full Time.

Education/Work Experience: Minimum of 2 years of prior work within the Recovery Community. Peer Support Certification from Florida Certification Board is required.

References Needed: Three References needed. One personal and the other two must be professional.

Hours: 40 Hours (M-F) 9AM-1PM rotating w/ 1PM-5PM. Notation; Schedule is subject to change with workshops, seminars and events happing within the HUB. Flexibility is needed.

Reports To: The Certified Recovery Peer Support Specialist will report to the Site Coordinator of the Palm Beach County HUB.

Job Overview: The Peer Specialist’s role is to support others in recovery from substance use disorders. The Peer Specialist will serve as a role model, mentor, advocate and motivator to recovering individuals in order to help prevent relapse and promote long-term recovery. The Peer Specialist must demonstrate an ability to share personal recovery experiences and to develop authentic peer to-peer relationships.

Responsibilities and Duties:

1. Maintain project logs, reports and records in appropriate files and database(s).
2. Provide recovery education to service recipients for every phase of the recovery journey from pre-recovery engagement, recovery initiation, recovery stabilization, and sustained recovery maintenance.
3. Provide a model for both people in recovery and staff by demonstrating that recovery is possible.
4. Assist recovering persons to identify their personal interests, goals, strengths and weaknesses regarding recovery.
5. Assist/coach recovering persons develop their own plan for advancing their recovery; for “getting the life they want.”
6. Recovery Planning — facilitate (via personal coaching) the transition from a professionally directed service plan to a self-directed Recovery Plan. The goal should be to transition from professionally assisted recovery initiation to personally directed, community supported recovery
maintenance.
7. Promote self-advocacy by assisting recovering persons to have their voices fully heard; their needs, goals and objectives established as the focal point of rehabilitation and clinical services.
8. 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.
9. Support connections to community based, mutual self-help groups. Will link individuals to the appropriate professional resources when needed. Provide vision-driven hope and encouragement for opportunities at varying levels of involvement in community-based activities (e.g., work, school, relationships, physical activity, self-directed hobbies, etc.).
10.Develop relationships with community groups/agencies in partnership with others in the agency.
11.As recovery specialist position evolves and knowledge increases, visit community resources
with recovering persons to assist them in becoming familiar with potential opportunities.
12.Identify barriers (internal and external) to full participation in community resources and developing strategies to overcome those barriers.
13.Maintain contact by phone and/or e-mail with recovering person with RCI in mind to insure their ongoing success and to provide re-engagement support in partnership with others in the agency if needed. Long-term engagement, support, and encouragement.
14.Other duties as directed by staff and core leadership team.
15.Develop, implement, and promote ongoing community training opportunities at The HUB.

Salary Range: 16.60$ (Full-Time Range) Benefits will be discussed upon interview.

Job Description

Recovery Peer Specialist: Volusia Recovery Alliance

The Recovery Peer Specialist (RPS) has personal, practical knowledge and lived experience in receiving substance use disorder recovery services. The RPS will provide recovery support services to those residents of Volusia County who are in or seeking recovery from substance use disorder including their families, friends, and allies. Major focus will be on engaging those who have survived an overdose with support also given to loved ones who have lost someone to an overdose. This non-clinical position will serve as a recovery resource, role model, mentor, and advocate to those with substance use and co-occurring disorders. The RPS must demonstrate an ability to share personal recovery experiences and to develop authentic peer-to-peer relationships. The RPS will work with a diverse group of recoverees and may include recoverees in the Volusia County Jail.

Job Title: Recovery Peer Specialist

Pay: $15.00 per hour

Reports to: Peer Supervisor

Hours: 20 hours

Duties and Responsibilities:

Engagement and Outreach
⦁ Activities of engagement may include:
⦁ Brief interactions of 5 minutes or less
⦁ Moderate interactions greater than 5 -29 minutes
⦁ Longer interactions of 30 minutes or more to include linkage/resource referrals and/or recovery coaching session(s)
⦁ Attendance at outreach and Narcan events
⦁ When desired by the recoveree(s), conduct ongoing recovery coaching session(s) based on need. These sessions may occur in the County Jail as needed.
⦁ Engagement will result from a variety of sources including treatment providers, community partners. Volusia County Sheriff’s Department, Volusia Department of Corrections, VRA marketing efforts such as social media posts, bus signs, events, and other outreach activities.
⦁ May work to help people who are incarcerated and/or experience an overdose get linked to care.
⦁ Link people who overdose to Medication Assisted Treatment providers and other services in an effort to reduce barriers to recovery.
⦁ Convey hope to recoverees about their own recovery and model that recovery is possible.
⦁ Recognize when to share experiences and when to listen.
⦁ Engagement with these individuals may include linkage to the VRA hosted Bridge4Hope grief support group and our pastoral team.
⦁ Outreach to local substance use disorder providers is a critical component to leveling the silos that occur within the SUD arena that are a barrier to recovery and will comprise a large part of the peers’ weekly activities.
⦁ Describe personal recovery practices and help recoverees discover which recovery practices work for them.
⦁ Help the overdose survivor(s) when possible to develop and use a relapse prevention plan which includes reducing social needs barriers.
⦁ Administer the Recovery Capital Scale as a starting point for services needed. The Recovery Capital Scale will be used to assist recoverees in identifying wellness self-management and relapse prevention strategies.
⦁ Update the VRA resource list on a quarterly basis.
⦁ Other duties are assigned

Maintain professional responsibility

⦁ Document all interactions according to agency standards such as inputting one on one, group and event activities in the Recovery Data Platform and other tracking systems.
⦁ Use weekly supervision effectively by monitoring self and relationships.
⦁ Prepare for meetings and engage in problem-solving strategies with their supervisor.
⦁ Participate in the monthly Peer Café meeting.
⦁ Work together with other colleagues to enhance the provision of services and supports.
⦁ Participate in staff meetings and agency trainings.
⦁ Abide by the Florida Certification Board (FCB) Code of Ethics.
⦁ Maintain appropriate professional boundaries.
⦁ Respond appropriately to personal stressors, triggers, and indicators that impact their ability to perform job duties.
⦁ Recognize crisis situations, risks to the recoveree’s recovery and/or personal safety and respond appropriately.
⦁ Maintain Florida Certification Board’s continuing education requirements and seek additional training, and technical assistance as necessary.

Required Qualifications

⦁ Lived Experience: Be a self-identified current or former user of substance use disorder or cooccurring services who can relate to others who are now using those services.
⦁ Candidate must pass a level two background screening and initial and random drug screens.
⦁ Certified Recovery Peer Specialist or eligible within one year of start date or Recovery Coach Professional or eligible within one year of start date
⦁ Work/Volunteer Experience in the role of a Peer Specialist/Recovery Coach: 6 months minimum.
⦁ Experience as a Group Facilitator
⦁ Proficient in Email, Excel, Microsoft Word and virtual platforms
⦁ Knowledge of local recovery resources
⦁ High school diploma or GED
⦁ Minimum two years of recovery from SUD
⦁ Valid Driver’s License
⦁ Flexible work schedule
⦁ Volusia County Department of Corrections clearance
⦁ Willingness to adhere by strict correctional facility rules and regulations
⦁ No other mutual aid commitments at the Volusia County Department of Corrections
⦁ Training: WRAP®, Helping Others Heal or CCAR Recovery Coach Academy preferred

Working Environment and Conditions

  • Job requires sitting, standing, typing, and driving.
  • May require alternative work hours or rotating schedules.
  • Must have reliable transportation.

Please submit a resume with a cover letter to volusiarecoveryalliance@gmail.com. Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered.

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