We're Hiring a
Recovery Residence Manager
Hanani House is seeking a Recovery Residence Manager at our all-female Recovery Residence in Augusta, Missouri.
This position requires a detail-oriented individual with leadership skills and a passion for helping others recover from a substance use disorder. The Recovery Residence Manager is a full-time, live-in professional with the responsibility of managing and coordinating the Recovery Residence. This includes duties related to administration, housekeeping, and daily living. This position works directly with women in early recovery, providing structure and support to women seeking to establish stable long-term recovery from a substance use disorder.
The Recovery Residence Manager works with women seeking recovery from the time they apply for entry into the program to program completion, or transition to housing in the community. The Hanani House Recovery Program includes a 90 Day Recovery Workbook that each resident is responsible for completing within the first 90 days of residency.
The Recovery Residence Manager oversees daily operations of the Recovery Residence. This includes managing and coordinating daily housekeeping tasks, leading weekly “House Meetings,” conducting inspections, and making arrangements for random drug testing. This position is also involved in supporting residents to develop recovery plans and teaching residents skills needed to live in recovery.
The Recovery Residence Manager works as part of a team and receives regular non-clinical supervision. Candidates for this position must be able to maintain organized records, communicate effectively both orally and in writing, and be able to interact appropriately and professionally with women who are working on their recovery. Candidates must also be able to effectively handle emergency/crisis situations as they arise.
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High School Diploma or GED
Must have 1 or more years of sustained recovery from a substance use disorder
Willingness to obtain additional education including Missouri Certified Peer Specialist training, Basic First Aid, CPR, Mental Health First Aid, and drug testing procedures
Must be able to live in a shared living environment with other women
Requires maintaining a visible presence in the Recovery Residence, including being present in the residence at night.
Basic computer and keyboarding skills (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Drive)
Knowledge of community and recovery resources
Must have own transportation, a valid driver’s license, and current car insurance