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Recovery Coach (Pool) San Diego, CA
at RI International
Essential Job Functions
- Assist Team Lead in training and supporting to staff members
- Build and maintain job partnerships with new team members
- Organize and participate in graduation ceremonies
- Assist in developing natural supports and community living by learning multiple roles (friend, spouse, employee, student, etc.) so a greater sense of identity is established
- Responsible for delivering instruction to meet a recovery and learning-centered focus.
- Model personal responsibility, self-advocacy, and hopefulness via telling of their recovery story, how needs are respectfully met, and how a belief in themselves is maintained.
- Cultivate connectedness in the person’s life (self, others, the environment, and to meaning and purpose).
- Ability to facilitate recovery education classes (i.e.: WRAP, WELL, Medication for Success, etc.)
- Other duties as assigned
- Documents relevant and required information and services provided in the identified service record (electronic or otherwise) assuring continuity of care as a tool for communication with other team members.
- Maintain and observe all HIPAA regulations that apply.
- Provide timely, quality and accurate documentation in accordance with program standards.
Safety/ Physical Environment
- Participates as a team member to provide a safe recovery environment. Utilizes infection control and other safety standards. Contributes to the cleanliness of the work place.
- Utilizes effective positive engagement and conflict resolution skills.
- Fosters personal and environmental wellness by taking care of self and maintaining environmental wellness by reporting infection and on the job injuries.
- Assesses emergency situations, notifies supervisor of actual or potential challenges, exercises judgment in stressful conditions and responds calmly and quickly. Displays teamwork during emergencies.
- Influence and improve operations which are not under direct control.
- Use problem solving methods and critical thinking to continuously improve operations.
Education, Licenses and Experience
- High school diploma or GED.
- Successfully completed Peer Employment Training Course
- At least 6 months experience providing Peer Support in a behavioral health organization
- Successful completion of Multi-State criminal background check
- Proficient in computer skills
- San Diego County resident, required
If driving is required:
- Must be 21 years of age to drive for company business;
- Must possess a valid California Drivers license
- Must be able to fulfill all of the requirements in the Driver’s Safety policy
Works in general office environment, behavioral health clinical setting, and necessary areas in the community. May have contact with individuals that are agitated or confused which is mitigated by de-escalation training. Must possess visual and audio skills to complete job duties. Schedule may include long hours, weekends and travel throughout geographic region.
Works in a standard office environment with some exposure to hazardous situations. Physical demands may include work close to the eyes and substantial motions of the wrist, hands and/or fingers. Occasional sitting, standing, walking, driving, handling, finger dexterity; eye-hand-foot coordination, use of corrected vision. May be required to lift up to twenty (20) pounds.
Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities, who are otherwise qualified, to perform the primary function.