Recovery Assistant – PROVO (FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE)
***Due to agency licensing regulations and supervision requirements, this position is open to female applicants only.***
House of Hope (HOH), a local nonprofit, empowers women, strengthens families, and promotes recovery in our community. As Utah’s oldest treatment center, we have a long legacy of employing staff who are dedicated to the mission of spreading hope, nurturing healing, and encouraging personal growth in our colleagues, our clients, and our organization. We offer a culture of camaraderie, creativity, and collaboration as we work collectively to make a difference in the lives of the families we serve.
Have you been considering going into social work, women’s services, or other non-profit service organization? We are looking for a part-time Recovery Assistant at our PROVO campus (click here to learn about Recovery Assistant positions at our Salt Lake City campuses). This position is an excellent entry level opportunity to get more experience in these areas. You will learn firsthand about women’s treatment, helping people grow in a therapeutic community, reunifying mothers and children, and most importantly—about your own strengths and challenges.
The successful House of Hope applicant will:
- Be highly motivated to learn and grow
- Be mature and dependable
- Be passionate about helping women (and their young children, ages 0-8) who are working to achieve a healthier life in recovery from substance use disorders
- Be open to feedback, willing to try new things, and enjoy multi-tasking
- Be able to model healthy human interaction, coach others on effective communication, and able to stay calm in a crisis
- Be compassionate but able to set firm limits; communicate in a calm, yet assertive manner
Do these qualifications match your education, experience, and/or skillset:
- Due to agency licensing regulations and supervision requirements, this position is open to female applicants only
- Be willing to drive own vehicle (with mileage reimbursement) or agency vans, have a current Utah driver’s license and a good driving record
- Understand professional ethics and boundaries in field of Human Services
- Be able to attend a mandatory staff meeting and training the 2nd & 4th Monday of each month from 2-4 pm (sorry, no exceptions)
- Have basic computer skills and writing ability
- Have good communication and phone skills
- Have above-average problem-solving skills, conflict-resolution abilities, and above all, a sense of humor!
- High school diploma or GED equivalency
Hours & Schedule:
Part-time. Up to 28 hours/week. May need to work some holidays.
- The following standard shifts are available at the PROVO campus (for Salt Lake City positions, please visit houseofhopeut.org/jobs/):
- Morning Shift: 12:00am to 6:00am (each day of the week)
- Day Shift: 6:00am to 12:00pm (each day of the week)
- Afternoon Shift: 12:00pm to 6:00pm (each day of the week)
- Night Shift: 6:00pm to 12:00am (each day of the week)
- This is a non-smoking work site
- Must be 21+ years old
- Must be able to pass background check and drug test
- If in recovery, must have at least two years of sobriety
- Must be vaccinated against COVID-19 and be willing to be seasonally vaccinated against the flu
- Must have personal reliable transportation and UT driver’s license
Wages & Benefits:
- $13/hour (+$1/hour wage differential for night shifts)
- Raise after six months of employment
- Paid training
- 401(k) dollar-for-dollar match up to 5% after one year of employment
- Employee recognition and other incentives
Send the following to email@example.com:
- BRIEF STATEMENT OF INTEREST (may be in body of email) indicating which position you are applying for, your schedule needs, and an explanation of why this position interests you and the skills/talents/interests that would make you a good candidate (no more than one to two paragraphs are required).
- THREE (3) PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES
House of Hope’s MISSION:
Treating substance use disorders, rebuilding lives, strengthening families, and empowering women.
House of Hope’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Statement:
We celebrate diversity by elevating empathy, encouraging inclusivity, and challenging inequity through compassion, education, awareness, and action.