As a key member of our administrative team, the Recovery Home Manager must be able to foster and model a culture of healing and support for our residents and staff members.
The Recovery Home Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the facility, specifically in the areas of resident and staff welfare, safety, and accountability. He/she should be a strategic problem solver, and supportive leader in order to manage, motivate and empower residents and staff.
Facilitate an innovative atmosphere that embraces an employment environment that promotes recovery and discovery, a person-centered approach to recovery/services, and cultural competence.
Collect and maintain daily logs of resident’s behavior, re-designing and updating charts when necessary.
Conduct weekly resident house meetings.
Coordinate with the Program Staff to ensure intake paper work is completed for all new residents.
Administer urinalysis and breathalyzer testing of residents in accordance with UA department best practices.
Collaborate with the Clinical Supervisor and the Executive Director to ensure the safety and accountability for each resident.
Administer and train employees of crisis management intervention strategies.
Conduct inspections of houses and follow up with residents to ensure enforcement of house and program rules at all times, including but not limited to, chores done, rooms cleaned, beds made, house cleaned, etc.
Conduct fire and emergency evacuation drills.
Supervise and provide oversight to staff.
Conduct monthly staff meetings to discuss and formulate house plans; and attend weekly counselor’s meeting.
Interview and select staff to work with residents.
Conduct annual performance evaluations, provide and coordinate in-service training to all staff in conjunction with evaluation of employees.
Ensure the facility has 24-hour staff coverage.
All other duties as assigned.
Must be able to walk up and down between two to four flights of stairs without assistance during course of an 8-hour shift.
Must be able to stand and sit for extended periods of time.
Must be able to lift a maximum of 20lbs.
Must be able to squat, bend over, lift arms overhead, sit and stand repeatedly during shift.
Vision and hearing capability (with correction), to see possible intruders, unusual noises as well as close identification of possible tampering of written information for prescriptions.
Minimum of bachelor’s degree in psychology, addictions studies or social work and CADC required; master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of 5 years’ supervisory experience in a residential facility and experience working with adult female substance abusers.
Advanced knowledge of DASA policies and procedures including licensing requirements.
Excellent organizational, problem-solving, and time management skills, including proficiency in the use of a Microsoft Office applications, Google docs/spreadsheets and related software.
Experience in maintaining and reporting statistical information and preparing technical reports.
Must be able to work a flexible rotating shift that includes nights and weekends.
Valid driver license with no suspensions in effect in the previous three (3) years prior to hire.
Additional Salary Information: Full-time with benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401k and life insurance).