Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of VIRTUAL Peer Support Professional Symposium
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Youth Recovery Coach
Peer 180 RCO FT- Develop new programming with Transitional Adolescent Youth (18-23) & Adolescent Youth (14-17) to provide SUD recovery supports. Contact Angie Bertrand, Executive Director at email below for full descriptin.
Peer Coach Program Supervisor
Peer 180 RCO FT- provide oversight & ongoing development of Peer Coaching program at Peer 180 RCO. Please contact Angie Bertrand at email below for job description. In Grand Junction CO
Native Spanish Speaking Peer Support Specialist
Culinary Hospitality Outreach and Wellness ExPOS Job Description
CHOW is seeking a compassionate native Spanish speaker that is a certified peer supporter to assist and guide our members. In this role, you will be required to attend CHOW groups. This position also requires the knowledge of local and national resources to provide community-based resources.
Ours is a unique community of hospitality professionals. A year of work in the hospitality field is required. To ensure success as a CHOW peer supporter, you should be empathetic and possess exceptional interpersonal communication skills. An ideal peer support specialist should be able to easily identify warning signs in members and provide effective interventions and emotional support. In this role, it will be important to establish firm personal and ethical boundaries.
CHOW Peer Responsibilities:
Attending weekly CHOW meetings, virtual or in-person. Documenting the number of attendees. Allowing an extra 30 minutes after a meeting to give additional support to members, as needed. Knowledge of local and national resources to assist members (Crisis, Unite Us, Detox, etc…). Willingness to learn to use and understand health information technology, i.e. GPRA Works with individuals and groups to provide personalized outreach, support, and education; introduces concepts of mental health, recovery, and wellness in hospitality settings. CHOW Peer Requirements:
High school diploma or GED. CPFS or NCPS certification preferred but not necessary, we can train the right candidate At least one year in the hospitality industry. Open minded and willing to accept all pathways to recovery. Lived experience with mental health conditions, substance abuse, or trauma. Excellent communication skills and experience with group meetings. Highly compassionate.
Crossroads Turning Points pt peer position evenings weekends
PACE- Crossroads Turning Points covering some southern most counties