With the rise of substance use and abuse in the collegiate community and the subsequent increases in addiction and alcoholism amongst this age group, many colleges across the country are moving to a Collegiate Recovery Community model to assist and support the ongoing recovery and success of those students affected by this public health pandemic.
The UNC -CH Collegiate Recovery Coordinator will serve as the inaugural staff to review national best practices in the field, develop a replication strategic plan for UNC -CH, coordinate an advisory committee and working group to implement such strategies, develop a confidential database of students in recovery for both mutual support and fellowship, plan and implement educational and social programs for this community, assist in developing marketing and development materials for this program, and overall assist the Director of Wellness in providing services to students and others in the campus community related to recovery matters.
The Coordinator is a half-time, temporary, 20-hour per week position, reporting directly to the Director of Student Wellness Services.
Education and Experience
Viable candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree, be familiar with or engaged in twelve step recovery programs, and be familiar with UNC -CH or other higher education settings.
Previous work in a service capacity to people is desired, and strong organizational and independent work skills are essential.
Special Physical and Mental Requirements
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