Requisition Number: PA032-RECSP-H-03-2020-01
Job Title: Recovery Specialist
City: Philadelphia
State: PA

Minimum Degree Required: A - High School/GED
Minimum Years of Experience: 2
Salary Range: $14.25

Recovery Specialist

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Description/Job Summary

NEW START II RECOVERY SPECIALIST
                                    

Assist maintaining the physical plant by monitoring and Inspecting their household chores.
Model and Assist with completing proper program household tasks.
Maintain the program logbooks daily.                           
Implement daily program schedule by ensuring task are completed as assigned by Administrative Staff.
Support client safety and apply counseling provisions when needed.  
 
   

Model and assist with meal planning, and food inventory.

Support with the creation of a grocery-shopping list and shopping as assigned by the Administrative staff.
Support and assist with monitoring of meal preparation.
Support the implementation of the Nutrition Program.
Monitor and supervise with mealtime organization.
Monitor the food and household needs, goods, and program meal budget.
Support and monitor client food and financial contributions to the program.
Manage and support clients with proper food handling, and skills.
Monitor and manage proper storage and safety of all household goods.
 
     
Support and Collaborate with the Nurses to assist clients with securing prescriptions when needed.                      
Support with life skills challenges, and concerns i.e, ensure appointments are met and process challenges    
Maintain proper safety techniques while managing hazardous materials.
Collect and document urine samples as assigned.
Retrieve and review medication upon delivery and drop offs when needed
Monitor, review, and collaborate with nursing staff upon client self-delivery of mediation to the program.

  Staff collaboration on client-individualized treatment needs and schedules changes.  
  Assist in conflict resolution.
  Provide crisis intervention.
  Participate in Program milieu
  Conduct and Facilitate, attend and/or assist with educational groups and meetings (e.g., AA, and NA Meeting, Community Meeting)
  Actively support in socialization and recreational activities during programming.
  Document educational groups and any other significant contact.
  Conduct, facilitate and document fire drills.
          
 

Responsibilities/Duties

Assist maintaining the physical plant by monitoring and Inspecting their household chores.
Model and Assist with completing proper program household tasks.
Maintain the program logbooks daily.                           
Implement daily program schedule by ensuring task are completed as assigned by Administrative Staff.
Support client safety and apply counseling provisions when needed.  
 
   

Model and assist with meal planning, and food inventory.

Support with the creation of a grocery-shopping list and shopping as assigned by the Administrative staff.
Support and assist with monitoring of meal preparation.
Support the implementation of the Nutrition Program.
Monitor and supervise with mealtime organization.
Monitor the food and household needs, goods, and program meal budget.
Support and monitor client food and financial contributions to the program.
Manage and support clients with proper food handling, and skills.
Monitor and manage proper storage and safety of all household goods.
 
     
Support and Collaborate with the Nurses to assist clients with securing prescriptions when needed.                      
Support with life skills challenges, and concerns i.e, ensure appointments are met and process challenges    
Maintain proper safety techniques while managing hazardous materials.
Collect and document urine samples as assigned.
Retrieve and review medication upon delivery and drop offs when needed
Monitor, review, and collaborate with nursing staff upon client self-delivery of mediation to the program.

  Staff collaboration on client-individualized treatment needs and schedules changes.  
  Assist in conflict resolution.
  Provide crisis intervention.
  Participate in Program milieu
  Conduct and Facilitate, attend and/or assist with educational groups and meetings (e.g., AA, and NA Meeting, Community Meeting)
  

Required Experience

2 years preferred D& A experience

Required Education

 High School Graduate or G.E.D

Required Qualifications

Valid Driver's License

Program Summary

New Start II Recovery Program



Resources for Human Development, is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran or disability status.


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Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.