Men’s or Women’s HOUSE SUPERVISOR
The Sober House Supervisor is a house supervisor who helps residents identify and achieve their goals and meet their needs through being the staff/resident liaison. In addition to acting as a safety observer for both the clients and the house. This is a highly responsible position overseeing the maintenance of the house, providing transportation for residents and assists residents in a supportive manner to follow house rules and seek assistance from staff to help the client achieve their goals.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Maintains an atmosphere of spirituality and recovery with all clients.
- Coordinate driving; drive residents to and from the house to Life Coaching and Meetings.
- Supervise client conduct, behavior and adherence to Steps to Recovery Homes policies, requirements and house rules.
- Handle all issues in a supportive and professional manner.
- Administer random client UA’s and Breathalyzers
- The position requires that the Manager will check the house for client safety, infection control issues and report any potential health or safety issues to staff immediately.
- Must have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Staff must perform bed checks on clients without waking them and report irregularities and missing clients appropriately and expediently per policy and procedure.
- Ensure integrity of the sober living program to include ‘contract’ and phase compliance. Being aware of the treatment status of ALL residents in their charge.
- Maintains healthy public relations
- Encourages and promotes teamwork and accountability among clients.
- Vehicle maintenance: This includes all vehicles owned by the Steps to Recovery Homes
- Cleanliness of vehicles needs to be maintained.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Obtains and Maintains current certifications for this position:
Must obtain Treatment Manager’s Certification from Yavapai College which includes training on the disease model of addiction, first aid, CPR, infectious disease prevention and control, crisis prevention and intervention, assistance in self-administration of medication, and establishment and maintenance of client discharge plans.
- Must have a least 1 year clean and sober and continue to be abstinent of alcohol and other mind or mood altering substance
- Knowledge and understanding the 12 step fellowships.
- Strong personal boundaries
- Must sign Code of Ethics for Steps to Recovery Homes
- Ability to handle crisis situations in a composed manner
- Team Player
- High School Diploma/GED
- Arizona Resident
- At least 21 years of Age
- Must submit to random UA’s and Breathalyzers
- Ability to withstand weather conditions
- Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
- Maintains own driving information:
- Must have valid driver’s license and insurable driving record
- Must be aware of all operations and basic safety/preventive issues of a vehicle to assure client safety.