Position available at leading peer-to-peer recovery support center in MA!
The RECOVER Project, a program of the Consortium (www.wmtcinfo.org) is seeking a full-time (40 hrs) Peer Involvement and Leadership Development Coordinator. Qualified candidates will be familiar with local recovery community and have experience in program planning and coordination. This person will supervise two Peer Coordinators and assume responsibility for peer leadership and membership development. A comprehensive understanding and personal experience with substance addiction and recovery a must. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, as well as driver’s license required. Bilingual/bicultural encouraged. Position is in Greenfield location and hours include some weekends and evenings. Email your cover letter and resume to the RECOVER Project Director, Linda Sarage, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline is 12/11/15. AA/EOE
The RECOVER Project is a safe, welcoming community that supports recovery by sharing the wisdom of our lived experience and strengthens our community through full participation. We create resource connections, advocate to overcome barriers and promote the reality that recovery is possible for all. Participate, Grow, Recover.
Join us on Thursday November 26, 2015 for The People’s Pint’s annual “Thanksgiving for the People” celebration! This year’s event will take place from from Noon-5PM at The People’s Pint, 24 Federal St. in Greenfield, MA, just down the road from the RECOVER Project. Proceeds from this “pay what you can” meal will go to benefit the RECOVER Project as well as other local charities including the Food Bank of Western MA. Fresh, local food from area farms and businesses will be served.
For more information visit Thepeoplespint.com.
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