Required: Bachelor’s degree in behavioral health, social work, or related field; minimum of 3 years of experience in counseling and/or case management; knowledge of local resources; interviewing and interpersonal relationship skills; organization and leadership skills; flexibility; evangelical Christian.
Preferred: Master’s degree in counseling, social work, behavioral health or related field; understanding of and experience with homeless population, substance use disorder, and mental health disorders; bi-lingual/Spanish a plus.
Special Skills Required:
Demonstrates counseling capability in accordance with standards for the position. Extensive knowledge of various counseling practices utilized when treating clients experiencing mental health challenges, sexual abuse, substance use disorder and addictive behavior.
(The nature of physical effort leading to physical fatigue) caring for guests can be physically and emotionally demanding. This individual is expected to maintain a clean work area. This individual will come in contact with guests who are ill and/or contagious, and must take precautions to ensure the health and safety of all children, parents, staff and themselves.
(Conditions that may lead to mental or emotional fatigue) caring for guests is emotionally taxing. The individual must ensure that guests are supervised, and that guests are involved in safe and appropriate activities. At times there will be a number of situations happening at once, and this individual must be prepared to handle those situations at all times, including accidents and emergencies.
Full-time non-exempt 40 hours per week; eligible for paid time off; eligible for benefits
Recovery Services Coordinator
Responsibilities & Duties
Client Services (80%)
- Assess program candidates for program candidacy
- Develop individual treatment plans and review them regularly with students
- Provide individual and group counseling as needed for recovery and relapse prevention
- Oversee the Transition House
- Attend staff meetings, community meetings, team meetings and other meetings as directed
- Teach classes for students as assigned
- Provide one to one client mentoring as assigned
- Facilitate AfterCare Activities as requested
- Refer students to outside agencies (CPS, Adult Probation, Social Service Agencies, etc.)
- Advocate and collaborate with such agencies as needed for student care
- Provide crisis intervention and conflict resolution as needed
- Consult Recovery Services Coordinator and Women’s Center Director as needed regarding program and student care
- Document and file all interactions related to student care
- Maintain attendance records for classes and groups
- Write correspondence for students: referral letters, letter of reference, etc.
- Document Discharge Summaries as needed
- Educate students in tools from the Genesis Relapse Prevention Process
- Uphold the Grace-Based Accountability Process with students/guests
- Accompany students on periodic outings, service projects and retreats
- Participate in the process of developing Christian disciples
- Pray with, advise and direct the efforts of students relating to spiritual, personal and program needs
- Conduct in-service trainings for staff as needed
- Educate staff in tools from the Genesis Relapse Prevention Process
- Uphold the Grace-Based Accountability Process with staff
- Reinforce professional standards
- Prepare staff handouts, emails, and other communications
- Coordinate efforts with all staff as needed
- Attend professional training and networking opportunities as directed
- Oversee assigned volunteers/students (train, monitor, evaluate, general interaction, etc.)
- Other duties as assigned by Recovery Services Coordinator or Women Recovery Center Director
Gospel Rescue Mission is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit religious organization that provides social service programs to the homeless and working poor populations. Everything we do in this ministry should be centered in the will of God and in honoring the name of Jesus Christ.
Employees of Gospel Rescue Mission Choose To Participate in our Grace Based Environment by:
- Role modeling Christ-like attributes and values through our personal actions, words, and attitudes.
- Maintaining a safe, transparent, and healing environment that is based on Grace, Truth, and Love, and encourages trust and authenticity without fear.
- Embracing the accountability process, that leads to self-evaluation personally and for guests and students.
- Teaching and mentoring students and guests in every opportunity by using Biblical precepts.
- Building healthy, loving, and compassionate relationships with guests, students, and staff while establishing healthy and safe boundaries.
- Maintaining a personal lifestyle of integrity, honesty, and responsibility.
- Praying with guests, students, and staff.
- Agreeing in principle and in practice with the statements of Vision, Mission and Values of the Gospel Rescue Mission of Tucson.
It is the policy of Gospel Rescue Mission to complete a background check, drug test and motor vehicle authorization on applicants in the conditional offer stage.