The Sober House Supervisor lives at the Concordance House in Elsberry, MO and provides residential supervision to participants in recovery during non-Academy hours. The Supervisor is responsible for managing the house schedule, scheduling coverage when needed, organizing participant activities, running the house meetings, and maintaining the house rules and structure. The Concordance House Supervisor also has hours at the Academy to assist participants in navigating community-based resources.
- Oversee the house staffing schedule and participant activity schedule.
- Responsible and expected to assist with troubleshooting situations that tend to arise such as curfew, re-set water pump, etc.
- Maintain and update records for each participant in CAPS as well as daily communication with the participant’s interdisciplinary team members of the participants’ progress at the Concordance House.
- Provides a debrief to other Concordance House Technician at the end of each shift.
- Maintain participant’s confidentiality.
- Conduct random room checks and searches.
- Liaison within the Concordance team for participants’ ongoing treatment and programming.
- Provides transportation to participants for appointments, AA meetings, housing appointments, etc.
- Oversees meal preparation, as well as, maintaining an inventory of house and food supplies.
- Sober House duties include but are not limited to:
- Driving participants to and from the Academy Monday thru Friday
- Wake-up calls to participants
- Driving participants to 12 step or community meetings
- Facilitating extra-curricular event
- Maintaining the house curfew
- Transporting participants to fun and leisure activities as determined by the program schedule
- Implementing house rules with participants.
- Perform random and scheduled alcohol and drug testing of participants.
Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:
- 0-2 years’ experience within a residential sober living environment
- Ability to work under adverse conditions such as constant interruptions, inappropriate behaviors, and to resolve conflict in crisis situations
- Must have at least 5 years of continuous sobriety
- Inter-personal communication skills
- Attention to detail
- Mission focus
Education and Experience:
- High School Degree (or equivalent)
- Drivers license with clean driving record
- Class E Drivers License preferred
- CPR/First Aid Certification
- Experience working with justice-involved adults or other vulnerable populations
- Lived experience preferred
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