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Requisition Number 18-0133
Post Date 3/28/2018
Title Recovery Coach
Rate of Pay based on experience
Hours of Work days, evenings
Employee Type Fee-for-service
City Greenfield
State MA
Description The ADDICTION SERVICES RECOVERY COACHES Provide direct services in the community to adults with Substance Use Disorders in the Greenfield and Orange areas. Working with one individual at a time, establish and support the client's Recovery Plan by helping to set short term goals and motivate the person toward recovery. Develop a helpful, confidential and supportive relationship with clients and provide informal guidance, act as a sounding board, and build client's confidence and hope.
Requirements Must have lived experience and have knowledge of the needs, concerns and goals of individuals who struggle with addiction. The ideal coach will have strong interpersonal skills; empathy for others; demonstrated commitment to serving those with significant needs; flexibility and a sense of humor as well as the ability to work well within a team model and independently. Reliability and able to learn about and observe rules of confidentiality and boundaries. Must have a vehicle for work use and current driver's license. Completion of the Recovery Coach Academy and computer skills preferred but not mandatory. We offer supervisory support, regular team gatherings, and ongoing training for professional growth. Advancement opportunities are available within the CHD structure.
  • Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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