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Hanani House is seeking a Men's House Manager

for our new location in Washington, Missouri

House Mananger
House Manager
House Manager

Job Description

The position of House Manager requires a detail-oriented individual with leadership skills and a passion for helping others recover from substance use disorders. The recovery residence Manager is a full-time, live-in professional with the responsibility of providing direct oversight for the residents of Hanani House and managing the residence. This includes duties related to administration (making sure the residents sign in and out and sign the daily signature sheet), completing the intake process for new residents, job coaching, facilitating weekly House Meetings, overseeing housekeeping responsibilities for other residents, reporting issues, administering drug and alcohol screens, and providing daily accountability for the residents.


The House Manager works directly with men in early recovery, providing structure and support to men seeking to establish stable, long-term recovery from  substance use and mental health disorders. The recovery residence House Manager works with men seeking recovery from the time they apply for entry into the program to program completion or their transition out of the program. 

The Recovery Residence Manager works as part of a team and receives regular clinical supervision to advance Missouri Credentialing Board credentials, and attends weekly staff meetings. 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 men who are working on their recovery. Candidates must also be able to effectively handle emergency/crisis situations as they arise. 

Required  Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or equivalency 

  • Must have a minimum of six (6) months or more of sustained recovery from a substance use disorder 

  • Strong desire to lead and mentor men in early recovery

  • Must be actively attending 12 step meetings, have a sponsor, and demonstrate a healthy recovery program

  • Willingness to obtain additional education including Missouri Certified Peer Specialist training, Basic First Aid, CPR, Trauma Informed Care training, Naloxone administration training, and drug testing procedures 

  • Must be able to live in a shared living environment with other men and have strong conflict resolution skills 

  • 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 

  • A valid driver’s license is required, and a willingness to obtain a Class E Driver's License 


  • Private room

  • Housing and utilities 

  • Company vehicle to transport residents and for personal use when not working

  • All required education and trainings for certification and credentialing 

  • Clinical Supervision to advance credentials on the career ladder through the Missouri Credentialing Board

  • Competitive salary

  • Advancement opportunities

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