Recovery Advocate Supervisor
Reporting to the House Manager, the Recovery Advocate Supervisor is responsible
for assisting in ensuring the safety, security and efficiency of facility and
support staff for assigned shift/team.
- Daytime, Evening, Overnight, and Weekends
in the interviewing and hiring of Recovery Advocates (all shifts).
day-to-day supervision of all Recovery Advocates and adolescent clients in a
therapeutic community. Provides
spontaneous and unscheduled attendance and review of all treatment components.
the House Manager to ensure the safety, security, and efficiency of the
facility at all times. Conducts
contraband searches in accordance with policy and procedures
client supervision in a safe, therapeutic setting. Documents room/bed checks and facility checks
as required by policies and procedures.
clients in the self-administration of medication and documents appropriately as
needed. Ensures all required medication
reconciliations are completed and performs daily checks to prevent medication
and facilitates the occurrence of shift change.
Ensures that all occurrences/incidents are documented appropriately,
facility and cabinets are secure, supplies are stocked for next shift, and that
all keys and other property are accounted.
Reports and checks for damages, safety issues, or other program/facility
in scheduling fire, tornado, and all other required drills per facility
licensure and documents as appropriate.
with and conducts investigations of major incidents in the community as
with staff scheduling to ensure adequate direct care staffing to provide
support and security to the treatment community within state and federal
utilizes, and assists the House Manager with training staff on the treatment
method for adolescent substance abuse treatment. Provides on-the-spot job support and training
of staff in the utilized model.
to client safety ratio requirements and flexibility with scheduling
School Diploma or equivalent
years' experience working with youth, preferably in a residential treatment
maintain a valid Texas Drivers' License, have proof of automobile insurance and
maintain a safe driving record based on Phoenix House policy
of client safety ratio requirements and flexibility with scheduling
in MS Office systems
to utilize an electronic healthcare record
and maintain effective working relationships with others
effectively with others both orally and in writing
to work effectively in a fast-paced changing environment
to establish and consistently enforce appropriate boundaries with patients
to model positive behavior and demeanor
of addiction, co-occurring models, and treatment modalities
of adolescent development and family systems
time management and organizational skills
to be flexible; problem solver, self-directed; customer service-oriented, and
and ability to engage and develop rapport with patients and families of various
in Spanish preferred
Job Location: Austin, TX
Job ID: 26