Job Description Mujeres Sanas en la Frontera Program
Female Peer Recovery Coach- Part-Time Position (20 hours per week)
Duties: Be a peer recovery coach and conduct outreach services to adult Hispanic/Latina women with substance use disorders. Transport clients to and from appointments and other community sites.
Minimum Qualifications: Must be a person who is in recovery from alcohol and/or other substances for at least six (6) consecutive months (Note: In the job application, you must explain your personal recovery experience with alcohol and/or other substances and the number of months that you have been in recovery). Must be active in the recovery community (AA, NA or CA). A desire to provide women in need of recovery with the social support on an individual or group basis. Ability to communicate in both English and Spanish is required. High school diploma or GED is preferred. Some computer skills Valid TX driver’s license and reliable transportation Able to work flexible hours.
Salary Range: Salary of $10.58 to $12.02 per hour depending on experience and qualifications.
• Deadline- Until Position filled
NO PHONE CALLS
About SCAN, Inc. Serving Children and Adults in Need (SCAN) was officially formed in 1982 as Stop Child Abuse and Neglect in Laredo, Texas. Today, SCAN is a community-based, nonprofit social services organization with a 35-year history of providing a variety of comprehensive and culturally sensitive services to a population that is almost 95% Hispanic and which resides along the Texas-Mexico Border in Southwest Texas. SCAN programs provide diverse prevention, intervention, and treatment services for children, adolescents, adults, and families. At SCAN, our passion is helping people, and we constantly strive to foster the healthy development of families in the communities that we serve. With a budget of more than $10 million, SCAN has more than 40 programs providing services in 16 different counties.
Counties are: Cameron, Dimmit, Duval, Frio, Hidalgo, Jim Hogg, Kleberg, LaSalle, Maverick, Real, Starr, Uvalde, Val Verde, Webb, Zapata and Zavala.