Manager - Collegiate Recovery Program
Posted 05/11/2023 | 09/14/2023
Organization: Greenville Technical College
Organization Address: 506 S. Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville, SC 29607
• Directs and promotes all Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) student engagement activities that promote healthy relationships, academic excellence, and socialization for recovery-oriented living.
• Plans and implements education prevention, intervention outreach programs and initiatives that address student health, wellness, health promotion, and risk reduction associated with alcohol and other drug use and mental health recovery.
• Develops the CRP's strategic plans to accomplish goals and objectives annually.
• Coordinates, implements, and evaluates the delivery of appropriate recovery support services.
• Designs methods to evaluate the effectiveness of the program on the students and develops methodology to track recovering students after graduation.
• Hires and trains CRP personnel, supervises and evaluates CRP staff, and ensures professional development opportunities for staff.
• Monitors the annual budget each year; makes budgetary adjustments as needed and approved; and provides monthly reports to the Dean/Associate Dean of Students, DAODAS, and college administration as requested.
• Connects and coordinates with community agencies and organizations to provide non-grant-funded services for students served in the CRP.
• Writes proposals to seek additional funds for the CRP as needed.
• Serves in the role of educator, counselor, group facilitator, and mentor to students in the CRP; structures and supervises peer-to-peer activities; and instructs workshops and courses for recovering students.
• Performs other duties as assigned
• Bachelor's degree and experience in student services programs.
• Experience working with recovering populations; motivating individuals to achieve goals; and supervising staff.
• Must possess a valid driver's license and be able to drive a college van for transporting students to activities.
• Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, Counseling, Social Work, Psychology, Student Personnel Services, or a closely related field, with an emphasis on extensive coursework in addiction studies and/or mental health counseling.
• Experience with grant writing.
• Highly organized and detail-oriented, proficient in Microsoft Office, and good public speaking skills.
Salary: $43,030 - $61,323
Application Deadline: 09/14/2023Apply Now