To advance issues around health equity and recovery, the Health Partnership seeks a Recovery Team Supervisor who is, well organized, self-starter, with excellent communication skills. The successful candidate will exhibit the following:
As the Peer Recovery Team Supervisor, you will play an integral role in ensuring The Health Partnership team and programs are fully supported to deliver high quality prevention and intervention services to adults and families who are system-impacted. You will manage the coordination and administration of all aspects of the peer recovery specialist programming in the Yampa Valley. Your role will include supervising, leading, planning, organizing, delivering, supporting and managing team and the program. You will ensure programs, contract, grant, in partnerships with our Compliance Specialists, as well as promote program delivery and fidelity using evidence-based and promising practices.
Your strong leadership, organizational and collaborative skills to work well under high-stress emotional experiences, high-level of empathy and ability to keep strong boundaries will enable you to thrive in this position. In this management position, you will support the mission of the agency and our partners, and act as a liaison between the peer recovery team, partners, and the agency leadership team. You will bring strong technical skills and business acumen to ensure programs are fully supported to consistently deliver high quality services with impact and excellence.
You will serve as a leader on the agencies implementation team as we launch this exciting new program with key community partners and stakeholders.
Supervision Received: The Recovery Team Supervisor is based out of the Steamboat office and supervised by the Executive Director and will supervise the peer recovery specialist and other care navigators supporting people with their recovery.
Education: Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience required.
To help people live longer, healthier lives.
The Health Partnership is known and respected throughout Northwest Colorado for compassionately connecting people to health and wellness resources, through collaboration with community partners.
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