Primary Responsibilities include:
- Maintain and update policies
and procedures for the operation of the program, in compliance with all
applicable regulations or funder requirements.
- Supervise program staff, including but not limited to: approving/denying
all leave requests; reviewing and approving time sheets; monitoring
interactions with clients; ensuring that staff attend all required
trainings and meetings; and completing initial and annual performance
- Hold regular staff meetings to share information and program
updates as well as clinical and peer supervision as needed.
- Screen resumes, interview applicants, and hire and onboard staff
as openings become available.
- Interview and supervise volunteers or interns, as applicable.
- Accurately complete program/agency paperwork and submit by
- Ensure billable services are well documented and appropriately
billed in a timely manner. Maximize
billable activities for Peer and Open Access services.
- Implement specific programs, groups and activities
to meet program and community needs.
- Monitor and track service delivery, complete
monthly reporting to funding sources.
- Serve as point of contact for incoming referrals and community correspondence.
- Implement and monitor tracking tool for 30, 60, and 90 day peer
follow-up with service recipients.
- Responsible for maintaining the program schedule and managing
absences, ensuring that all shifts are adequately covered.
Qualifications and Requirements include:
- Bachelor's degree in health and human
service field OR Equivalent experience required, Master's degree in
counseling or social work preferred.
- Qualified Health Professional required.
- Experience supervising NYS Certified
Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) preferred.
- Familiarity with recovery and substance
use treatment services. Knowledge
of local community.
- Full-time, 35 hours per week. Evenings
and weekends required.
- Medical, Dental, Life STD/LTD Insurance, and Employer contributed Pension (403.b). Accessibility to other voluntary benefits (Cancer Care, TDA, etc.)
- Accessibility to other voluntary benefits including tax deferred annuity and AFLAC personal accident insurance, cancer care, supplemental dental and supplemental life insurance.
- 20 vacation days, 12 sick days, 4 personal days, 11 holidays and 2 floating holidays per year.