New Position: South Shore Peer Recovery Center Coordinator
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This full-time position requires a unique set of skills ranging from public educator and public relations, to administrator of facilities and services, recruiter, trainer, and more. The Coordinator will be an employee of the non-profit community organization, reporting to the Board of Directors, and working closely with a variety of volunteers and the public on a daily basis. He/she is responsible for operating at all times consistent with the values of the organization and helping South Shore Peer Recovery achieve its mission to organize people in recovery from all addictions, their family members, friends and allies, to put a positive face on recovery. SSPR provides peer support, education, and advocacy opportunities; working to remove barriers to recovery; treating all with dignity and respect regardless of the pathway to recovery.
Essential Job Functions:
Develop operational systems to track activities, follow up and reporting.
Be a regularly available resource for individuals and families seeking help by developing a working knowledge of diverse recovery resources in the community, as well as resources for prevention, treatment and recovery support services, employment, housing, etc.
Work with Board of Directors and Standing Committees to accomplish strategic goals of SSPR.
Actively work to increase membership by working with key representatives of local communities and continually working to share the mission of SSPR and resources available.
Assure that all required documentation is organized, maintained and secured.
Support Finance Chair with bookkeeping, billing and recordkeeping as needed
Ensure office & equipment operates smoothly (copier, printer, phones, supplies, resource materials)
Coordinate all center activities and community meetings, working with all volunteers and partners to create a rich and vibrant environment full of recovery support opportunities.
Coordinate all PR/marketing activities assuring regular coverage for events and activities
Develop key social marketing and collateral materials for strategic messaging, continually building and maintaining contact lists.
Assure that donors/volunteers are acknowledged and engaged, coordinate/assist with events as assigned.
Develop and maintain a network of community stakeholders (hospital, treatment providers, social service organizations, local business community) to establish and maintain a strategic recovery-oriented presence and forward strategic plan
Collaborate with the statewide Recovery Community Organization, MOAR, and others to advance mutual objectives and our organizational framework in the region
Assist with grant applications, data collection, and program evaluation
Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 3-5 years of experience in field of substance use treatment, social policy, social work, criminal justice, marketing and communications, public health, or a related field. Experience with program coordination, health promotion, assessment, community organizing/capacity building, strategic planning, implementation and evaluation. Working knowledge of a variety of addiction recovery modalities and ability to articulate and oversee the delivery of multiple pathways of recovery in a community based setting.