SUMMARY: The Sober Living House Technician I, II will assist the house clients and house staff with all transportation needs, supervise and manage medications, always maintain house and vehicle cleanliness and sanitary environment. Technicians hold individual responsibilities depending on the assigned working shift.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Technicians will assist Program Director and management with clients and house needs such as: driving, escorting clients to various meetings, house laundry, holding clients accountable for chores, keep vehicles clean, etc.
- Assist management in room checks and searches
- Assist in other activities as directed by Program Director and Company's Management
- Responsible and expected to assist with troubleshooting situations that tend to arise such as curfew, etc.
- Maintains and updates records for each client, including:
- Medication Logs, Client Money Logs and Shift Summaries
- Liaison within Transcend's team for patient's ongoing treatment
- Maintain patient's confidentiality
- Provides debrief to the Shift Lead at the end of each shift
- Morning Technicians are responsible:
- Drive clients to medical & scheduled appointments relevant to their recovery
- Wake-up calls to clients, supervise medications and facilitate morning meditation
- Taking clients to fun and leisure activities
- Evening Technicians are responsible:
- To drive clients to 12 step or community meetings, extra-curricular events, while maintaining the house curfew
- Transport clients to fun and leisure activities
- Supervise Medications
- All shifts perform random and scheduled alcohol and drug testing of clients
- If a Technician I, II are requested to cover an overnight shift, these responsibilities apply to such individual
- Employee is required to perform hourly supervision of the house while on shift. The overnight staff members are required to stay awake during the entirety of their shift.
- The employee is also required to provide hourly shift reports to the Program Director as directed.
This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
- 2-4 years' experience required with a Sober Living Environment
- Ability and tolerance to work under adverse conditions such as constant interruptions, inappropriate behaviors, ability to resolve conflict in crisis situations
- Valid Driver's License is Required (according to employment location)
- Clean driving record for a minimum of 5 years
- Excellent oral communications skills / Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office
- CPR/First Aid Certification is preferred for this position.
- If a candidate is actively working a Recovery and Addiction program, the candidate must have a minimum of 12 months of continuous sobriety.
- Recovery Coach Certification Preferred.
High School Degree or Equivalent is required for this position.
This position requires local driving.