- Provide administrative
support and coordinate peer volunteer programs such as outreach,
recruitment, retention, coaching, skill development and incentives.
- S/He will create
leadership opportunities and encourage peer volunteer participation.
- S/He will organize and
files, electronic equipment, training, workshop and resource materials,
and any publications useful for staff and members.
- S/He is responsible
for routine office tasks, including photocopying and distributing
materials for the center as necessary, typing, transcribing meeting
- Assisting the Senior
and Assistant Peer Services Coordinator in scheduling meetings and
maintaining the BCPRC calendar as needed.
mandatory eighteen (18) hour Ethics/Peer Support training.
Must have two years'
experience in the guiding principles of recovery that assist individuals to
improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and reach their
Must have two
years of management and volunteer recruitment experience.
Must have knowledge
of Microsoft Office and telephone protocol.
professional verbal and written communication skills. Bilingual, Spanish