Salary: $17,500/per year
City: St. Louis
This position supervises and acts as an on-site presence for the residents of the all-female sober living home called Sharon House, which is managed by Center for Women in Transition. This is a live-in position. The Resident House Manager will be provided with a fully furnished bedroom in Sharon House free of charge and will have access to amenities such as laundry and internet. The Resident House Manager will also receive compensation as a part-time employee.
The Resident House Manager will provide general oversight, leadership, and recovery support to residents of Sharon House. The Resident House Manager must commit to being on site to perform duties for a minimum of 4 hours a day, 7 days a week, between the hours of 7:00am-10:00pm, as well as being available to respond if an emergency arises outside of those hours. The house manager may have another part-time or full-time job so long as hours do not conflict with duties at the house. It is expected that the Resident House Manager will abide by house rules related to sobriety and visitors to ensure a safe environment. The Resident House Manager must be in personal recovery and peer-support specialist certified (or willing to obtain certification). The Resident House Manager will work as a part of the Center for Women in Transition’s client services team, which includes Case Managers, Behavioral Health Specialists, and more.
Requirements: 1. Must be a certified peer-support specialist or eligible (i.e. in personal recovery from a substance use and/or mental health disorder) and willing to obtain a certification at the next available training, and must have similar relevant experience.
2. Must have a minimum of two years of maintained sobriety.
3. Prior criminal justice involvement strongly preferred.
4. Must not currently be on Probation or Parole.
5. Must have leadership skills and a passion for working with women in recovery from substance use and criminal justice involvement.
6. Must have experience working with women in criminal justice system, women in crisis, or similar populations.
7. Must have excellent communication skills be proactive with problem solving and conflict management; and be able to communicate professionally and appropriately with residents.
8. Must be responsible, possess a caring and compassionate demeanor, be able to set and maintain boundaries, and be very patient.
9. Must be reliable, punctual, and able to document/log information timely and accurately.
10. Must have experience and be comfortable with leading groups.
11. Must have basic computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.)
12. Must have and/or be willing to get and maintain first aid certification.
13. Must be willing to work with a diverse group of people respectfully and nonjudgmentally
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