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Program Manager - Second Story Program (CA) Posted 12/17/2014
Executive Director - Vermont Psychiatric Survivors (VT) Posted 12/17/2014
Program Coordinator, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Virtual) Posted 12/8/2014
Soteria Vermont Resident Support Staff (VT) Posted 12/8/2014
Associate Director of Personnel, Impact and Strategy - PEERS (CA) Posted 11/16/2014
Community Bridger - Soteria Vermont (VT) Posted 11/3/2014
House Manager - Soteria Vermont
(VT) Posted 11/3/2014
Online Peer Support Specialist (Online Position) Posted 10/28/2014
National Organizer - The Icarus Project (New York, NY [other locations possible]) Posted 10/24/2014
Executive Director, Mental Health America Oregon (OR) Posted 10/9/2014
Peer Support Specialists - Windham/Windsor Counties (VT) Posted 9/23/2014
Hearing Voices Group Developer - Community Access (NY) Posted 9/17/2014
Director of Recovery Programs (NC) Posted 9/10/2014
Bilingual Warm Line Specialist (CA) Posted 8/31/2014
Peer-to-peer leadership role @ The Western Mass RLC (MA) Posted 8/28/2014
New York City Training and Technical Assistance Facilitator position at NYAPRS (NY) Posted 8/4/2014
Peer Support Specialist - Another Way (VT) Posted 7/11/2014



Program Manager for Second Story Program (CA)

Posted 12/17/2014

About Us:

Encompass Community Services (formerly the Santa Cruz Community Counseling Center) has been serving Santa Cruz County since 1973, providing a broad spectrum of social services that heal, connect and nurture the mental, educational and social well-being of 7,500 children, individuals and families annually. As the largest community-based, nonprofit human services provider in Santa Cruz County ($23M annual budget), we deliver quality, culturally competent, cost-effective services through our four service components: Child and Family Development Programs, Community Recovery Services, Community Support Services & Youth Services.

Community Support Services (CSS) is a place of acceptance, hope and healing.  We serve individuals who are challenged by loss, poverty, and stigma associated with a diagnosis of mental illness, HIV/AIDS or experience as a foster youth. Together we build relationships that promote paths of wellness and increase community involvement.

Second Story is an innovative peer-staffed short term residential respite program (maximum stay of two weeks).  It is targeted to individuals who may be experiencing the onset of emotional distress or a mental health disruption in their life. Second Story provides a safe and supportive setting for up to 6 individuals who may need a break from their living environment in order to receive assistance to regain their balance.   The goals of Second Story are to:

  • Reduce emergency hospitalizations for individuals facing an acute psychiatric crisis
  • Foster recovery and increase meaningful choices for recovery for individuals with serious mental illness 
  • Provide innovative services by using Intentional Peer Support techniques and by employing peers as staff.  A peer is defined as a “person who can inspire hope by openly sharing their experiences of recovery from extreme emotional distress, a psychiatric diagnosis, and the consequences the disruption to their life that lasted at least three months.”

Job Summary:

We currently have a full-time opening for a manager for our Second Story program, located in Santa Cruz. Some evenings and weekends required. $4,090 - $4,415 - /month, depending upon experience.   Additional $86/month for Spanish bilingual competency. Reporting to CSS Director, under broad supervision the manager is responsible for managing the administrative, operational and programmatic functions of the Second Story House.   The manager will provide a focus on mutual learning, connection and personal growth for guests and staff members alike, using Intentional Peer Support and Trauma Informed Care principles.  She/he will establish and maintain a supportive relationship with guests and their outside support systems to assure that guests know and understand their rights, available services, and treatment options.   Special focus will be on the guest's needs related to physical and mental health and reentry into the community.   The manager will be expected to demonstrate an increased skill level and leadership qualities, and role model positive work habits.   Guest confidentiality will be maintained at all times and services will be delivered with dignity and respect for each guest.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Staff Management and Development

  1. Assure an adequate staffing pattern for the program.   Hire, train and orient all staff; develop job scripts; assure that all staff receive the basic training necessary to function competently in their jobs. Support the CSS commitment to diversity through staff training and future hires. Regularly assess staff training and development needs.
  2. Provide regular individual supervision and timely evaluations for each employee.  Conduct weekly team meetings.

Program Management

  1. The Manager will be responsible for the management and day-to-day operation of Second Story, will ensure the delivery of quality accessible trauma informed services, and will assist in the on-going design and development of this innovative program model.
  2. Coordinate outreach and educate the mental health consumer community and other service providers about Second Story’s services.  Act as liaison to County Mental Health and community agencies.    
  3. Establish a close working relationship with guests.  This relationship is important to create a safe environment and a partnership that will help the guest work toward psychiatric stability.
  4. Monitor contract goals and objectives, including the budget, to insure goals are met.
  5. Operate the facility in compliance with local and State health and safety codes and maintain the physical environment to be clean, safe, welcoming, and affirming for the staff and residents.  Participate in the effort to keep the facility clean, well maintained and running smoothly.  This may include household duties such as cooking, laundry and cleaning. 
  6. May perform clinical duties, which may include individual counseling, facilitating house meetings and groups, completing paperwork with guests, designing and conducting activity programs, and performing support services that assist guests in everyday living skills.

Qualifications:

Priority in hiring will be to Mental Health Peers.  A peer is defined as a “person who can inspire hope by openly sharing their experiences of recovery from extreme emotional distress, a psychiatric diagnosis, and the consequences of the disruption to their life that lasted at least three months.”   Please confirm your peer status in your cover letter.

Life experience as a recipient of mental health services strongly preferred.

College education or related work experience preferred.

Supervisory experience preferred.

Knowledge of Intentional Peer Support (IPS) and Seeking Safety modalities preferred.

Excellent interpersonal and written and verbal communications skills.

Demonstrated ability to organize and complete tasks, manage budgets and independently complete a wide range of projects.

Ability to represent program to the community, funding sources and interfacing agencies.

Supportive of a culturally diverse environment and staff.

Flexibility to work varied shifts, including evenings, weekends and holidays.

Demonstrated ability to constructively deal with a high degree of stress.
Ability to be a team player, maintain effective working relationships and communicate in a respectful and professional manner when dealing with fellow employees, outside agencies and residents.

Ability to maintain and clean, safe and supportive environment.

Must have a vehicle, valid CA driver’s license, vehicle insurance, and good driving record to be covered by agency insurance.

Must be able to pass a criminal record clearance.

If in recovery, two years clean and sober required upon hire date.

Our total compensation package includes a comprehensive medical and dental insurance plan, 403(b) retirement plan, paid holiday & sick time, and 17 days of paid vacation (pro-rated for part-time positions).

We are an equal opportunity employer. At Encompass we value the diversity of individuals, ideas, perspectives, insights and values, and what they bring to the workplace.

Applications are welcome from all qualified candidates. Applications will be reviewed starting January 2nd 2015.

To be considered for this position, please complete the short application beginning below, and attach your resume. A maximum of one document can be attached; therefore, if you wish to include a cover letter, you can paste it into the upcoming “enter text resume” box, or save your cover letter and resume into one document before uploading. If you do not have a resume, please provide a work history narrative, also on the "enter text resume" screen.

If you require assistance applying on-line, we have computer terminals available at our 195 Harvey West Blvd office in Santa Cruz, Tel: 831-469-1700, and at our 225 Westridge Drive location in Watsonville, Tel: 831-724-3885. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment.

If we find that your qualifications are a good fit with our current needs, you will be contacted with further instructions. Thank you for your interest in Encompass!
For specific questions about this position, please email inbal.yassur@encompasscs.org.

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Executive Director - Vermont Psychiatric Survivors (VT)

Posted 12/17/2014

Vermont Psychiatric Survivors seeks dynamic, visionary Executive Director

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION:

Vermont Psychiatric Survivors, Inc. (VPS) is an independent, survivorrun, statewide organization. Founded in 1983, we are one of the earliest survivor groups to form in the United States. We have grown from an initial budget of $75,000 to an annual budget of over $1 million.

Our primary purpose is to ensure that psychiatric survivors in Vermont have an effective voice in advancing the issues that are important to our community. To this end, VPS:

  • promotes the equal rights, participation and protection of all who have been psychiatrically labeled
  • provides "voice" statewide for individuals in the community
  • provides outreach within the community
  • provides hospital patient representation
  • provides for and supports new growth opportunities through independent project supervision
  • develops and encourages local mutual support resources, including survivorrun groups and networks
  • publishes a quarterly newspaper
  • supports employment opportunities
  • fosters leadership
  • educates statewide through a variety of programs, presentations and training opportunities.
  • advocates on local, state and federal levels through media, the legislature, and collaborative partners

JOB SUMMARY:

The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the daily operation and management of VPS. The ED works directly under board supervision and is responsible for working with the board on the Mission and Vision of the program, and for reporting back to the Board on the daily operations of the program.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Personal lived experience of mental health issues/diagnosis and an understanding of the resulting losses and marginalization
  • Good literacy/Numeracy skills
  • Leadership and Management experience
  • Policy development and management
  • Political advocacy
  • Experience working across a wide range of community sectors

SALARY RANGE: $50,000 - 60,000

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • Partnership with the Board of Directors
  • Work with Board to ensure that VPS has a clear mission, policies and strategic plan and conducts its operations accordingly.
  • Work with Board to ensure that the mission, vision, policies and plans of VPS accurately reflect the voice, needs and interests of the community.
  • Work with Board in the vision process to develop new programs which address identified needs and interests.
  • Assist the Board and its committees to access the support, information, training and technology needed to fulfill essential Board functions, including meeting agendas, committee assignments and Board member communication at/between meetings.

Partnership with the community:

  • Ensure community involvement when new programs are being developed.
  • Ensure that existing programs actually meet community needs
  • Cultivate relationships across a broad variety of community sectors, including health providers, community organizations, social services, public officials, local businesses and community members.
  • Represent VPS on the National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery, the Vermont Mental Health Transformation Council, Wellness Workforce Coalition
    and other relevant state and national committees.

Advocacy and Education:

  • Develop strategy and coordinate advocacy efforts Statewide both within VPS and in collaboration with other organizations.
  • Support the movement at media and public relations events
  • Cultivate relationships with local, state, national and international leaders, organizations and public media to advance movement interests
  • Promote collaboration with organizations with complementary agendas and cosponsor activities and events.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Leadership

  • Strong leadership skills are required. Leadership which is visionary, creative and directive would be needed to assist in rebuilding and moving forward for this older organization.
  • Demonstrated ability to "hold the big picture" for forward movement of the organization
  • Ability to work collaboratively with a large Board which has a public membership component.
  • Understanding of the consumer/survivor/peer movement and/or other social and civil rights movements, and deep personal commitment to their values.
  • Willingness to work in a mutual and transparent manner where structure is as collaborative and "flatlined" as possible.

Management

  • Experience with, and ability to, manage grants, finances, fundraising, and corporate assets.
  • Experience with developing and managing an annual budget
  • Experience with working collaboratively with a board for reporting
  • Experience with reporting and invoicing to all funders
  • Experience with working with a CPA and auditors for all financial needs.
  • Ability to identify grant opportunities and develop proposals
  • Ability to negotiate and maintain contracts with other organizations and agencies
  • Ability to network, foster relationships and build community partnerships.
  • Ability to ensure compliance with relevant laws, regulations, grant provisions and ethical standards
  • Experience and proficiency with technology? cloud software, spreadsheets etc.
  • Excellent communication and writing skills

Staff Management and Supervision

  • Experience hiring, managing training, job performance supervision, support and evaluation.
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a "team" with staff to develop and implement new methodology, programs and policies.
  • Ability to foster a workplace culture of mutual respect and shared responsibility
  • Ability to develop and maintain policies and procedures with inclusive staff and board involvement as appropriate.
  • Experience in supervising staff who hold multiple positions, with some working remotely off site throughout the State.
  • Experience with facilitating collaboration, teamwork, in a mutual and transparent way
  • Excellent self care
  • Sense of humor

To reply, send a cover letter and resume with the subject line "ED Search" by January 15, 2015 to:

jobs@vermontpsychiatricsurvivors.org

or

M. Roberts
P.O. Box 1165
Montpelier, VT 05601

Vermont Psychiatric Survivors is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from persons with lived experience of mental distress, intensity, diagnosis or treatment.

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Program Coordinator, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Virtual)

Posted 12/8/2014

Position Objective:

The Program Coordinator, Lifeline, will be directly responsible for coordinating various Lifeline Projects related to specific populations known to be at increased risk for suicide. Duties will include adapting Lifeline Best Practices for Helping Callers to specific populations (see examples below), conducting webinars and developing, collecting and maintaining related information and resources for the network members-only intranet library (“Network Resource Center”). The Program Coordinator will act as a liaison between the Lifeline and services such as the Veterans Administration’s Veteran’s Crisis Line, The Trevor Project, the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Task Force for special populations and the Lifeline Consumer Survivor Subcommittee to ensure the incorporation of the
perspective of those with lived expertise in various crisis service practice areas.

Department: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline program in the Crisis and Behavioral Health Technologies Division
Program: VCL, LifeLine
Reports to: Lifeline STP Training Manager

Major duties and responsibilities:

  • Develop, maintain and oversee the execution of program policies, procedures and outcomes related to populations
    at high-risk for suicide
  • Facilitate the adaptation of Lifeline Best Practices for Helping Callers to Specific Populations including but not
    limited to: LGBTQ, Youth, American Indian/Alaskan Natives, Military/Veterans, Suicide Attempt Survivor and
    Suicide Loss Survivors
  • Assist with coordinating and delivering Lifeline webinars related to specific populations
  • Develop content related to specific populations for the Network Resource Center
  • Assist with the development, implementation and maintenance plan for engagement of Lifeline centers through
    the Network Resource center
  • Oversee and ensure program compliance with contractual requirements
  • Coordinate and manage regular communications with external partners relevant to program
  • Recommend program design modifications as needed to ensure program supports innovations in mental health
  • Complete monthly reports
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Skills:

  • Excellent verbal and writing skills
  • Courteous and professional manner
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Communicating information to the employees/customers/clients clearly, accurately, and completely
  • Documentation and report writing skills, including policies & procedures, management reports, etc.
  • Effective time management and strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to use computers/technology including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power
    Point Outlook)

Qualifications:

A master’s degree in psychology, social work, public health or related field. Five to ten years’ experience in a behavioral health setting and/or knowledge of suicide prevention and/or crisis intervention. Fluency in Spanish or another language is a plus, but not required. Because of the focus on specific populations at high-risk for suicide, preference will be given to individuals with personal lived expertise in one or more of the specific population areas listed above. Please explain such experience in cover letter, how you have applied it in the past to your work, and how you hope to apply it in this position.

Interested applicants should send cover letter (including relevant lived experience), resume, and salary requirements to
Nikki Hoang NHoang@mhaofnyc.org.

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Soteria Vermont Resident Support Staff (VT)

Posted 12/8/2014

Pathways Vermont is always on the look-out for mission-driven, hard-working individuals to join our team. We are a staff comprised of individuals with a wide range of experience and expertise, learned inside the classroom and out. Over 50% of our staff identify as having lived experience with mental health, substance use and other life challenges. These experiences are considered to be an asset in serving the individuals who may be experiencing similar issues.

Pathways Vermont is a equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to afford equal employment opportunity to all individuals, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, gender identity or sexual orientation.

Soteria Vermont Resident Support Staff

The Company: Pathways Vermont is a dynamic nonprofit agency which believes in transforming the lives of individuals experiencing mental health and other life challenges and permanently ending homelessness. Soteria Vermont is an alternative to hospitalization for individuals experiencing an initial episode of psychosis who wish to minimize their exposure to medications. The residence is located in Burlington and has the capacity to serve up to five individuals at a given time. Pathways offers a great benefit package including dental and health insurance, generous vacation time and 12 paid holidays.

The Role: Resident Support Staff is a member of the Soteria community which includes residents, resident support staff, a community bridger, a house manager and a project director. The position is focused on essential house functions and being with residents.

Serves: Soteria VT
Supervised by: Soteria VT house manager

Responsibilities:

  • Be with residents: non-judgmental, non-directive approach of providing support and availability
    Engage in relationship building/rapport building with residents and provide service from a “choice” perspective as well as client centered, harm reduction, and strengths based approaches
  • Collaborate with residents in the formulation and review of a comprehensive care plan that is updated with the resident on a regular basis
  • Maintain written and computerized records, compile reports and complete other program documentation (including case notes, statistics, letters, petty cash receipts, etc.)
  • As requested by residents, provide one to one support with life skills and healthy choices, including but not limited to social skills, wellness, assistance with any medications and housekeeping
  • As requested by residents, assist residents to manage their monies, including assistance in computing expenses and preparing budgets
  • Coordinate and monitor referrals to community services, and advocate for client participation
    Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Excellent communication, writing, and computer skills
  • Ability to tolerate uncertainty
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to form relationships with marginalized individuals
  • Sound judgment and good problem solving skills including assessing risk factors
  • Ability to structure time, develop work priorities independently, and meet program expectations with regard to documentation
  • Valid drivers license, a reliable personal vehicle available for work purposes and current automobile insurance
  • Ability to work effectively as part of the team
  • Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds
  • Ability to share one’s own personal transformative life experiences
  • Personal experience of psychosis/extreme states will be considered an asset

Please send a cover letter and resume to admin1@pathwaysvermont.org

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Associate Director of Personnel, Impact and Strategy- PEERS (CA)

Posted 11/16/2014

Peers Envisioning and Engaging in Recovery Services (PEERS) is a consumer-run non-profit organization that offers new solutions for wellness and leads by example that mental health recovery is possible. We envision a world where people can freely choose among many recovery options that address the needs of the whole person. Our team is motivated by personal wellness and recovery and high accountability to the people and communities we serve.

PEERS is hiring an Associate Director of Personnel, Impact and Strategy. The Associate Director provides leadership, strategy, and oversight to personnel and development by working closely with the Executive Director to ensure PEERS operates within a culture of wellness and recovery, combined with sustainable programs consistent with the organization’s mission.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Personnel:

  • Maintain in-depth knowledge of current industry trends in human relations and employment law to reduce legal risks and ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Work closely with managers to evaluate the design, development, and coordination of PEERS staff structure. Ensure that programs are consistently provided from a strength-based, culturally responsive/relevant, and wellness perspective.
  • Ensure the ongoing success of all PEERS projects/programs through the supervision of mangers and admin staff using empowering strategies, including coaching, team building activities, trainings, and leadership.

Impact:

  • Work with Program Managers to monitor and report on progress of deliverable outcomes, work plans, and future planning.
  • Manage process for performance evaluation measures and procedures. Identify and coordinate trainings for staff. Promote the value of continuous learning and wellness throughout the organization.
  • Assist with fund development; partner with the senior management team, managers, and the Board of Directors to raise funds needed to seed new initiatives and sustain existing programs.
  • Seek out, honor, and promote the voice of people impacted by mental health in developing, delivering, improving, and participating in programs.

Strategy:

  • Work closely with the Executive Director and staff to develop and implement an internal strategic plan.
  • Maintain positive relationships with a diverse array of collaborative partners as needed to support strong programs and outcomes, including but not limited to peer-organizations, county agencies, consultants, educational institutions, philanthropy, participants, family members, mental health providers, and the community at large.
  • Stay abreast of the latest development in culturally relevant recovery-based mental health services and best practices approaches for reducing stigma and discrimination.
  • Anticipate and respond to changes and opportunities to the external environment, including policies, legislation, funding, etc. that affect the organization and its constituents.

SPECIFICATIONS, QUALIFICATIONS AND COMPETENCY FACTORS:

  • Experience as a mental health consumer or family member strongly preferred
  • Commitment to PEERS Mission and Values.
  • Six years experience as a successful executive leader in the non-profit, public, and/or philanthropic sector.
  • Experience working in human resources or held significant human resource and operations responsibilities in other positions.
  • A creative, entrepreneurial and strategic approach to program development, management and evaluation.
  • Experience in resource development, budgeting, fiscal accountability, and business management.
  • Advanced-Level WRAP Facilitator certification desired or willingness to be certified required.
  • Trained in crisis intervention highly desired, including eCPR certification.
  • Certified as a coach desired. Ability and willingness to coach and motivate staff; strong training skills required.
  • Strong analytical, problem solving, and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise high-level staff and projects.
  • Demonstrated ability to work successfully with diverse populations.
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative, work independently and meet deadlines.
  • Commitment to employee confidentiality and discretion.
  • Computer literacy with strong competency in all Microsoft Office suite programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

WORKING CONDITIONS and JOB SETTING

  • Program headquarters is a standard office setting on the second floor of a multi-story building, requiring use of an elevator for access.
  • Environment with diverse populations routinely coming in for workshops or trainings.
  • Innovative, mental health consumer driven organization with strong ties to the community.
    Periodic lifting up to 15 pounds is required.

For interview consideration, please submit a resume and cover letter, and your responses to the questions below. You may fax your documents to (510) 452-1645, e-mail to Kelly Dannucci at opportunities@peersnet.org; or mail to PEERS at 333 Hegenberger Road, Suite 250, Oakland CA, 94621; Attn: Kelly Dannucci. Position will remain open until filled with interviews beginning on a rolling basis as applicants respond.

APPLICATION QUESTIONS:
1. How do you empower and lead staff you supervise? Please provide specific examples?

2.What is your definition of a wellness and recovery model within the context of organization operations? Please provide specific examples.

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Community Bridger - Soteria Vermont (VT)

Posted 11/3/2014

The Company: Pathways Vermont is a dynamic nonprofit agency which believes in transforming the lives of individuals experiencing mental health and other life challenges and permanently ending homelessness. Soteria Vermont is an alternative to hospitalization for individuals experiencing an initial episode of psychosis who wish to minimize their exposure to medications. The residence is located in Burlington and has the capacity to serve up to five individuals at a given time. Pathways offers a great benefit package including dental and health insurance, generous vacation time and 12 paid holidays.

The Role: Community Bridger is a member of the Soteria community which includes residents, resident support staff, a house manager and a project director. The position is focused on assisting residents in their transition from the residence to the larger community. The community bridger also helps develop relationships with other community providers and resources. Time will be spent at Soteria with the residents as well as in the larger community after a resident transitions from the home. Transition goals will be driven by the service recipient and may include supported employment, housing support, social support and more.

Serves: Soteria VT
Supervised by: Soteria VT project director
Location: Burlington, Vermont

Responsibilities:

  • Be with residents: non-judgmental, non-directive approach of providing support and availability
  • Engage in relationship building/rapport building with residents and provide support from a “choice” perspective as well as person centered, harm reduction, and strengths based approaches
  • Establish contacts in the broader community for effective referral to other services
  • Maintain contact with current and former residents, per resident wishes that shape transition plan
  • Per resident request, meet with family or other resident support system
  • Collaborate with residents in the formulation and review of a comprehensive care plan that is updated with the resident on a regular basis
  • Maintain written and computerized records, compile reports and complete other program documentation (including care plan notes, statistics, letters, petty cash receipts, etc.)
  • As requested by residents, provide one to one support with life skills and healthy choices, including but not limited to social skills, wellness and housekeeping
  • As requested by residents, assist residents to manage their monies, including assistance in computing expenses and preparing budgets
  • Coordinate and monitor referrals to community services, and advocate for resident participation
  • Educate, inform and advocate for residents regarding potential benefits and entitlements (Social Security, public assistance, food stamps, etc.)
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Excellent communication, writing, and computer skills and the ability to work effectively as part of the team
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to form relationships with marginalized individuals
  • Sound judgment and good problem solving skills including assessing risk factors
  • Ability to structure time, develop work priorities independently, and meet program expectations with regard to documentation
  • Knowledge of community resources for physical and mental health and substance use
  • Valid drivers license, a reliable personal vehicle available for work purposes and current automobile insurance
  • Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds
  • Ability to share one’s own personal transformative life experiences
  • Personal experience of psychosis/extreme states will be considered an asset

To apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to: admin1@pathwaysvermont.org.

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House Manager - Soteria Vermont (VT)

Posted 11/3/2014

The Company: Pathways Vermont is a dynamic nonprofit agency which believes in transforming the lives of individuals experiencing mental health and other life challenges and permanently ending homelessness. Soteria Vermont is an alternative to hospitalization for individuals experiencing an initial episode of psychosis who wish to minimize their exposure to medications. The residence is located in Burlington and has the capacity to serve up to five individuals at a given time. Pathways offers a great benefit package including dental and health insurance, generous vacation time and 12 paid holidays.

The Role: House Manager is a member of the Soteria community which includes residents, resident support staff, an aftercare coordinator and a project director. The position is focused on essential house functions, supervising resident support staff and being with residents. The house manager position will include regular interactions with Soteria residents as well as administrative duties.

Serves: Soteria Vermont
Supervised by: Soteria Vermont project director
Location: Burlington, Vermont

Responsibilities:

  • Be with residents: non-judgmental, non-directive approach of providing support and availability
  • Engage in relationship building/rapport building with residents and provide services from a “choice” perspective as well as resident-centered, harm reduction, and strengths based approaches
  • Supervise day-to-day operations of the home, including but not limited to, food purchases, meal preparation and cleaning schedule
  • Supervise resident support staff and ensure adherence to Soteria model
  • Schedule staff shifts and oversee accommodations to schedule
  • Significant on-call availability required
  • Collaborate with residents in the formulation and review of a comprehensive care plan that is updated with the resident on a regular basis
  • Maintain written and computerized records, compile reports and complete other program documentation (including care plan notes, statistics, letters, petty cash receipts, etc.)
  • As requested by residents, provide one to one support with life skills and healthy choices, including but not limited to social skills, wellness and housekeeping
  • As requested by residents, assist residents to manage their monies, including assistance in computing expenses and preparing budgets
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Excellent communication, writing, and computer skills and the ability to work effectively as part of the team
  • Ability to supervise staff and delegate tasks
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to form relationships with marginalized individuals
  • Sound judgment and good problem solving skills including assessing risk factors
  • Ability to structure time, develop work priorities independently, and meet program expectations with regard to documentation
  • Valid drivers license, a reliable personal vehicle available for work purposes and current automobile insurance
  • Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds
  • Ability to share one’s own personal transformative life experiences
  • Personal experience of psychosis/extreme states will be considered an asset

To apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to: admin1@pathwaysvermont.org.

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Online Peer Support Specialist (Online Position)

Posted 10/28/2014

POSITION SUMMARY: Live Support Groups is looking for trained peer support specialists with a focus on a variety of issues to facilitate online groups. Groups include Postpartum Depression, Anxiety, Depression, and other mental health and parenting issues. LSG is 100% online meaning to work for us you would need a computer, high speed internet connection, a microphone, and speakers. Groups meet for 90 minutes weekly (with a 10 min break) and have a maximum of 25 people enrolled. LSG handles all the back end items including payment, registration, e-mails and marketing. Payment is split between LSG and the peer support specialists running the group. LSG is international and is seeking candidates who are culturally competent.

MAJOR DUTIES:

  • Act as a role model to persons in recovery to inspire hope and share life experiences as appropriate to the recovery process.
  • Identify members’ abilities, strengths and assets and assist them to recognize and use them.
  • Identify barriers to full participation and focus on strategies to overcome them.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Have experience running groups.
  • Have high speed internet connection, a microphone and a silent space to work.
  • Self-identify as current or former recipient of mental health or co-occurring services who can relate to others who are receiving those services.
  • Have a personal experience of recovery from mental health distress.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Be able to develop trusting relationships with peers.
  • Comfortable working with individuals actively experiencing symptoms of mental illness.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Competency with word processing, internet, email and social media.
  • Ability to report to work reliably and in a timely fashion.
  • At least one year of experience as a peer support specialist or one year of experience working/volunteering in a helping profession.
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check.

PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED

  • Bachelors or other advanced degree.
  • Experience working with individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

This is a per diem contractual position. Pay will depend on enrollment in the groups and each group will encompass approx 2 hours of work; 90 min in group, 15 min prior and up to 15-30 responding to potential e-mails. Health insurance and benefits are not included. Pay is split between LSG and the facilitator. LSG is focused on reaching those in need. As such, all support groups are "pay what you can" with a suggested donation of $10 each week. This job is contractual and has the potential to grow to numerous groups a week with enough member interest.

TO APPLY:

Send resume and cover letter to: peerledgroups@gmail.com.  Please address the following in your cover letter: explain how you would draw on your own life experiences in order to support others who are experiencing mental health distress.

POSITION WILL CLOSE: Ongoing

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National Organizer - The Icarus Project (New York, NY [other locations possible])

Posted 10/24/2014

The Icarus Project seeks a self-motivated, talented, strategic thinker with substantial organizing experience, a creative outlook on activism, and experience in collective decision-making to serve as our National Organizer. Experience in radical mental health organizing or with mental health systems in the United States is preferred. The ideal candidate will have a background in organizing, creating grassroots networks, and developing internal systems and infrastructure. We are looking for candidates with a strong social justice analysis and understanding of the ways mental health narratives and practices are harmful and oppressive.

The National Organizer will be part of a staff collective and will be responsible for supporting and developing a grassroots radical mental health network. The National Organizer is also responsible for maintaining relationships with allies, and developing network leaders through training, education and support. 

Responsibilities

  • Support the formation of grassroots groups focused on mental health issues through training, educational programming, organizing, and engagement with allies in the social, environmental, disability, and gender justice movements.
  • Develop a national organizing strategy in conjunction with staff collective and advisory board
  • Recruit, hire, train, and supervise part-time organizers working remotely
  • Serve as a spokesperson for Icarus on campuses, in communities, and at conferences and events
    Maintain communications related to organizing including newsletter, blog, social networking, and website
  • Support grassroots groups with regular strategic counsel, use of existing resources, and development of new ones
  • Maintain internal communication records, including managing database of contacts
  • Participate in grassroots fundraising and support other staff in grant-writing as needed

Qualifications

  • Grassroots organizing experience preferred
  • Experience developing or operating in community, regional, or national networks and coalitions
  • Experience with managing and designing campaigns and projects in collective environments
  • Excellent verbal and written English language skills
  • Spanish fluency a plus
  • Experience managing staff, volunteers, or interns
  • Comfortable working with diverse groups of people in a fast-paced and often virtual environment
  • Attention to detail
  • Hold a valid driver’s license for those unfortunate circumstances when public transport lets us down
  • Facility with technology like Skype, Google Docs, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Mailchimp, CiviCRM, and Youtube
  • Commitment to anti-oppression and mission of the organization
  • Sense of humor and a willingness to travel
  • Experience in participatory governance structures or processes

Additional Qualification

  • Experience with communications/press or online organizing, graphic design
  • Experience planning large events with multiple stakeholders, such as conferences and workshops
  • Experience working in a virtual environment with tools like blogs, email lists, and conference calls

To Apply: This is a ¾ time position--30 hours a week at $20/hour. Please email a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and three references to icarusorganizer@gmail.com by October 24, 2014. The Icarus Project is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to engaging the skills and leadership of people of color, low-income persons, LGBT persons, differently-abled people, and other people from diverse backgrounds. People from these and other traditionally marginalized backgrounds and communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Executive Director, Mental Health America Oregon (OR)

Posted 10/9/2014

Mental Health America of Oregon (MHAO) is an inclusive grassroots mental health organization dedicated to empowering consumer/survivor voices to drive services and policies that foster wellness and full participation in life choices and recovery.

MHAO seeks an Executive Director to provide leadership for our vibrant non-profit organization which provides training, technical assistance, and peer support services for people who experience mental health challenges.
We currently operate a national technical assistance center for consumer/survivors and peer-provided services (http://peerlinktac.org), coordinate a statewide network providing community education on the Affordable Care Act, and recently began a peer support program where mental health peers support others to achieve mental health recovery . We are also proud to be hosting the 2015 national Alternatives Conference.

The Executive Director:

  • Provides leadership consistent with the agency's mission in developing program, organization, and financial plans with the Board of Directors.
  • Oversees the financial health of the organization.
  • Directs fundraising and grant-writing activities to broaden MHAO's funding base.
  • Assures that MHAO has adequate infrastructure and operational policies and procedures in place to support programs.
  • Provides leadership and supervision.
  • Provides direct technical assistance, training, and other grant required needs.

Qualifications: Must identify as a consumer/survivor/person with lived experience of mental health challenges. Must have seven to ten years related experience/training including three years of progressively increasing management and supervisory experience. Bachelor's degree required; master's degree preferred in related field. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.

Compensation: This is a full-time salaried, exempt position. Salary range $60,000-$70,000 per year DOE. Benefits include combine vacation and sick leave (PTO), health, vision and dental insurance.

To apply: Please visit http://mhaoforegon.org/careers for complete job description and application instructions. Applications will be accepted through October 28, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. PST.

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Peer Support Specialists - Windham/Windsor Counties (VT)

Posted 9/23/2014

The Peer Support Specialists will be either a full time or part time positions located within Windham/Windsor Counties area as part of our Residential Services Program

The Peer Support Specialist will embody the values of mutuality, self-determination and non-judgment as she/he supports residents in obtaining the life they desire through one to one and group interactions. Willingness to self-disclose lived experience as a recipient of psychiatric inpatient and/or residential treatment and ability to use this experience to benefit residents, staff, and the community is required for this position.

Required Skills - Excellent interpersonal and critical thinking skills; ability and willingness to communicate respectfully and effectively in a multi-disciplinary environment; ability to establish trusting, respectful relationships and to convey an attitude of compassion and hope; computer literacy and ability to read/write well.

Educatiom - Experience facilitating groups preferred. Training and/or experience in peer support preferred.

Location - Windham/Windsor County areas, Vermont

To Apply - please visit https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit2/?id=10130721&t=1

Questions - 802-886-4567 ext. 2148

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Hearing Voices Group Developer - Community Access (NY)

Posted 9/17/2014

Community Access is a right-based and peer informed agency which provides housing, vocational and support services for individuals who have been diagnosed with mental health disorders.

The Hearing Voices Group Developer will improve the quality and quantity of mutual support opportunities and practices for individuals who hear voices at Community Access and in the larger NYC community.

Essential Job Functions

  • Develop, launch and sustain hearing voices groups based on the values of the Hearing Voices movement
  • Serve as lead in promoting the Hearing Voices movement to Community Access/wider NYC community
  • Create and implement outreach and marketing strategies within Community Access and in wider NYC community that engage voices hearers in the development and participation of groups
  • Attend and participate in supervision, meetings and training sessions, as required.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Have an understanding, appreciation, and commitment to the philosophy and mission of Community Access.
  • Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent (GED)
  • Lived experience with hearing voices/visions is highly desired
  • Demonstrated understanding of skills related to facilitating mental health support groups utilizing peer support values and practices
  • Community organizing, outreach and presentation skills
  • Ability to promote inclusive approach to voice hearing that respects each person’s unique experiences and understanding of their experiences
  • Ability to create flyers, brochures and other written marketing materials
  • Experience and skill in utilizing social media
  • Experience leading projects (related or unrelated to voice hearing) preferred
  • Ability to travel using public transportation to Community Access sites around NYC
  • Be creative and flexible.
  • Show initiative and be responsible for follow through.
  • Ability to maintain confidential information, as related to position.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

To apply visit the Community Access Employment page!

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Director of Recovery Programs (NC)

Posted 9/10/2014

Recovery is alive and well in Charlotte, NC with a unique leadership opportunity for the right person.  Introducing the Recovery Hub, a newly established “epicenter” of recovery, created out of a partnership between a long standing peer-run organization, Promise Resource Network (formerly Mecklenburg’s PROMISE) and a well-known recovery-oriented behavioral health agency, Meridian Behavioral Health.  Together, we aim to offer a variety of opportunities and supports for our community members that experience mental health and substance use challenges to move beyond the labels, symptoms and diagnoses to be a homeowner, have a career, gain financial freedom, complete their education, and dream BIG!

The Recovery Hub is at a place in its development that a visionary leader with a strong commitment to recovery is needed. 

Qualities of the successful candidate:

  • Inspire hope, value creativity, autonomy and use the innovative approaches to advance recovery
  • Champion recovery, challenge status quo and do it in a respectful, strategic manner
  • Offer positive solutions, able to overcome barriers to change
  • Set the expectation and model an atmosphere that is comfortable, accessible, non-judgmental,    
     welcoming, hopeful and warm
  • Humble, not ego driven or hierarchical with colleagues, people seeking support, employees and community members
  • This position is ideally suited for an extroverted, enthusiastic, organized, multi-talking, overachieving, “people-person,” who approaches work with superior level of commitment, integrity and customer service.

Skills, knowledge and experience of the successful candidate:

  • Experienced leader that models recovery values and promotes the mission and vision of the organization;
  • Possess sound problem solving and judgment to assess and respond to daily needs of employees, stakeholders and people receiving services;
  • High degree of integrity and commitment to ethical standards;
  • Systems thinker and designer that recognizes the balance between effective processes and structures and the need for flexibility, responsiveness and adaptability;
  • Demonstrated ability to foster engagement, team building and community partnership;
  • Have the ability to maintain a positive attitude and set a positive “tone” in the midst of change and development;
  • Experience serving people that have had complex mental health and substance use challenges;
  • Experience and awareness of emerging practices, promising practices and evidence-based practices;
  • Attention to detail, follow through, excellent communication and coordination skills;
  • Strong facilitation and presentation skills to small and large groups;
  • Experience with excel, powerpoint, social media and other technology.

Director Role:

  • Represent the Recovery Hub in the community with various stakeholders
  • Establish/continue an organizational culture of recovery, partnership and mutuality among colleagues, community members and people receiving support
  • Provide leadership/supervision to a diverse team of Peer Specialists, Recovery Navigators who are licensed clinicians, Program Managers and Recovery Educators
  • Ensure accountability for recovery and quality of life outcomes
  • Adjust/modify the program and design to meet the changing needs of the local community
  • Provide day to day oversight and on-going development of programs
  • Create an evaluation reporting system for data collection of all programs implemented and proposed at PRN in partnership with evaluation consultants and/or funders. This includes quantitative (hard data) and qualitative (soft data) evaluation methods.
  • Assist the Executive Director of PRN and Chief Operations Officer of Meridian with the design, development and implementation of programs and services
  • In collaboration with the PRN Executive Director and/or Meridian Chief Operations Officers recruit, interview and select qualified staff for PRN programs and the Recovery Hub that are values-based and recovery-oriented
  • Provide leadership for successful Implementation of  human resource policies, practices and procedures for new and existing program managers, recovery navigators and peer specialists
  • Establish and implement a performance enhancement system for all program managers and recovery navigators
  • Ensure employee orientation, initial and on-going professional development opportunities for employees of PRN
  • Provide guidance, training, coaching and mentoring to employees
  • Evaluates performance of management team members
  • Initiate corrective actions, progressive discipline and other personnel actions as needed
  • Update, modify and implement PRN’s policies, procedures and processes

Qualifications of the successful candidate

Preferred:

experience with peer supporters
experience working with licensed clinical employees
experience as an agency leader, administrator, or supervisor
experience with grassroots non-profit initiatives
experience with people in recovery from substance use challenges
licensure in social work, counseling or psychology (not required)
knowledge of practices, approaches and models that promote recovery

Strongly preferred:

lived experience of mental health and/or substance use recovery
experience developing and operating programs

Minimally required:

Bachelor’s degree in a human services related field
6 years of leadership experience
6 years working in the human services field with people
Clinical knowledge and experience with the behavioral health system

Application Process

Please email:

  1. A letter of interest explaining why this position is of interest to you and how you would be an asset to this initiative
  2. A description of what is recovery and a brief comparison of traditional services and recovery-based supports
  3. Your resume
Please send no later than October 1, 2014 to Cherene Allen-Caraco, Executive Director of Promise Resource Network at ccaraco@meckpromise.com with the heading Director of Recovery Programs.

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Bilingual Warm Line Specialist (CA)

Posted 8/28/2014

Join the San Francisco Bay Area’s first peer-run 24 hour/7 day per week Warm Line!

The Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF) is proud to announce implementation of the Mental Health Peer Run Warm Line!  Fully run and operated by individuals with lived experience of mental health conditions and champions of recovery, the Warm Line will provide live peer support via phone and chat.  This is a fantastic opportunity for innovators in recovery to join the Bay Area’s leading most dynamic mental health change agency.

Overview of Position:
Under supervision, the Warm Line Specialist for the San Francisco Mental Health Peer-Run Warm Line is responsible for day to day operations and oversight of the Mental Health Peer Run Warm Line with the Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF). The Peer Run Warm Line is a new multi-faceted peer support program in which trained peer staff provide live support to individuals in sub-acute crisis/distress and refer to community based resources in San Francisco via 1:1 phone and web-based technology on a 24 hour/7 day a week basis after full program implementation. The Warm Line Specialist is responsible for assisting with the development of Program Policies, Procedures, and Training Curriculum, providing outreach and communications efforts for program promotion, supervising Warm Line Counselors, assisting with staff training and development, and collecting outcome data for evaluation and quality assurance activities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supervise and provide performance management/support to Warm Line Counselors
  • Develop and manage schedules for Warm Line Counselors and ensure coverage for Warm Line Counselors and Volunteers on a 24 hour/7 day basis
  • Assist Warm Line Manager with implementation of comprehensive Warm Line Policies and Procedures, including Training Curriculum and Protocols in a Train-the-Trainer modality
  • Collaborate with county and community-based organization partners in linkage of Warm Line to other crisis triage efforts
  • Provide community outreach presentations for promotion and communication efforts
  • Provide live web/phone coverage for day-to-day operations of Warm Line
  • Collect and maintain data of calls/chat for Warm Line
  • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with project and agency partners, consumer advocates, and other key stakeholders
  • Manage shift schedules and shift changes and lead daily debrief sessions between shift changes
  • Ability to travel to local and regional training sites and meetings
  • Evening hours and weekend hours required
  • Other duties as assigned by the Warm Line Program Manager

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bilingual in Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese, or Tagalog
  • Previous experience working in a call center (hotline, warm line, etc)
  • At least 1 year of experience with peer specialist or peer support services
  • Extensive experience coordinating projects, events and trainings
  • Extensive experience with volunteer management
  • Experience working with county mental health systems
  • Deep familiarity with mental health recovery resources, consumer empowerment/advocacy and program development
  • Commitment to consumer empowerment, culturally competent services, and nonjudgmental approach
  • Highly organized and resourceful, excellent attention to detail, ability to multi-task and manage time well to accomplish all key tasks and deadlines
  • Professional computer skills including Internet, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Collaborative team working style with ability to relate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Commitment to the mission, vision and values of MHASF
  • Undergraduate degree required, Graduate degree preferred
  • Lived experience of mental health challenges/psychiatric disability required

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience with contract management and reporting.

About the Mental Health Association of San Francisco
The Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF) advances the mental health of the people of San Francisco and leads the global community in advocacy, education, research and supports that promote recovery and wellness while challenging the stigma associated with mental health conditions.  MHASF, a mental health consumer-run program, is the local affiliate of the Mental Health Association in California and National Mental Health America. People with lived experience of mental health conditions are strongly encouraged to apply.

TO APPLY:
Send the following to ATTN: Mental Health Bilingual Warm Line Specialist MHASF, 870 Market, Suite 928, SF, CA 94102, Fax: 415-421-2928 or email to melodee@mentalhealthsf.org

  1. Cover letter describing your interest in this position and MHASF
  2. Resume
  3. Sample of professional writing

*For emails please include in the subject line the position you are applying for, your last name, and the initial of your first name.

No phone calls please. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The position is open until filled.

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Peer-to-peer leadership role @ The Western Mass RLC (MA)

Posted 8/28/2014

Are you interested, or do you know someone else who might be? See below for more info!!!

30 to 40 hours salaried position. Support team members, project development and day-to-day functions at one or more of our RLC spaces and in the community throughout Hampshire and/or Hampden County. Focus may include supporting roles with our Bridger team (working in local hospitals), respite house (Northampton), and/or our centers in Holyoke and Springfield. Responsibilities will include direct supervision, team building and meeting facilitation, scheduling, budget oversight, on-call duties, training and other administrative tasks as well as some direct peer-to-peer support.

REQUIRED: Demonstrated managerial/supervisory experience; Personal experience as someone with psychiatric diagnosis, extreme states and/or a trauma history; Strong written and verbal communication skills; Computer proficiency; Access to reliable transportation that can be used at times for work purposes; Creativity, dependability, and commitment to the values of the RLC.

PREFERRED: Prior knowledge of and involvement with relevant movements, rights and advocacy work; Prior experience offering peer-to-peer support.

A PLUS: Intentional Peer Support, Hearing Voices, Alternatives to Suicide and/or Certified Peer Specialist training; Bilingual (English/Spanish or English/ASL).

Please submit a resume and letter of interest detailing how you meet the above requirements and why you are interested in this work by Tuesday, September 2nd to info@westernmassrlc.org.

Western Mass Recovery Learning Community (RLC)

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New York City Training and Technical Assistance Facilitator position at NYAPRS (NY)

Posted 8/4/2014

NYAPRS Overview

The New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (NYAPRS), a nationally acclaimed behavioral health systems change agent based in Albany, NY, is dedicated to promoting the recovery, rehabilitation, and rights of people with psychiatric disabilities or diagnoses. NYAPRS is currently seeking a Training and Technical Assistance Facilitator for the New York City/Long Island area in its Systems Transformation division.

Position Summary

Under the direction of the Senior Projects Coordinator, the Training and Technical Assistance Facilitator will develop and implement training for New York City and Long Island behavioral health providers on Recovery Innovations as part of the statewide NYAPRS Training Collective for Recovery, Rehabilitation, and Rights. This is a work-from-home position that requires extensive travel.

Requirements:

  • GED or High School Diploma, BA/BS preferred
  • Experience in formally training or leading groups preferred
  • Great oral and written communication skills
  • Facility with computers/technical equipment
  • Excellent relationship-building skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • The ability to act independently
  • Demonstrated ability to engage others in training
  • High level of accountability and initiative
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel extensively required

Personal experience with the mental health system and the ability to use that experience to enhance training preferred.

NYAPRS offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package including health coverage, retirement plan, paid time off, and paid holidays.

Interested candidates should submit an application, cover letter, resume, and wage requirements to:

HR1@nyaprs.org

- OR -

NYAPRS
Director of Human Resources
194 Washington Avenue, Suite 400
Albany, NY 12210

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Peer Support Specialist - Another Way (VT)

Posted 7/11/2014

Another Way is seeking a full-time Peer Support Specialist for our vibrant community center in Montpelier, Vermont. This position entails one on one counseling with folks with mental health, poverty, addiction, trauma issues, and facilitation of a variety of weekly groups, outings, and activities. The ideal candidate will have mental health, poverty, addictions, and/or trauma issues and the ability to work well with people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. This is a fast-paced position which requires a high degree of organization, self-direction, and flexibility. We provide a generous salary with benefit package; a fun and supportive work environment. Please submit a cover letter and resume to info@anotherwayvt.org by Friday, July 18th. If you are interested in learning more about our program, please feel free to drop by our community center located at 125 Barre Street in Montpelier, VT or visit our website at www.anotherwayvt.org.

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