ADMISSIONS AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR
The Admissions and Outreach Coordinator (AOC) participates in all aspects of the admissions process for new clients to Spring Lake Ranch. The AOC positively and professionally promotes Spring Lake Ranch to inquiring and/or visiting clinicians, professionals, potential clients, families, and other visitors. Shared availability for weekend and afterhours on-call admissions is required. The AOC role is responsible for routine website maintenance, website optimization, and social media updates. Additional responsibilities include general marketing, publications (e.g. newsletter, annual report, etc.), assisting with special event planning, committee participation, holiday committee/coverage, mentoring of two clients, rotating/occasional evening and weekend coverage, and periodic med room coverage and medication administration. Orientation and training are provided.
The Admissions and Outreach Coordinator, like all SLR staff, fosters the Mission of Spring Lake Ranch through daily informal/therapeutic interaction with clients. Though the AOC works primarily with the Director of Admissions, they also work very closely and collaboratively with a variety of other staff to support the recovery process and empowerment of clients and to fulfill the administrative needs of Spring Lake Ranch.
Ideal candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree, a sales or marketing background and experience with website maintenance. Experience in mental health and/or substance abuse recovery support is preferred. The AOC position is full time, primarily with day hours (8am-4pm), Mondays- Fridays, and is located at our Cuttingsville, VT location. Scheduling flexibility to participate in occasional evening, weekend, and holiday coverage as part of the larger staff rotation is necessary. Send resume to email@example.com
The Maintenance Assistant fulfills the maintenance needs of multiple buildings, vehicles, systems and grounds in our Cuttingsville location. The position is part of our seven person physical plant and housekeeping staff team, and works closely with a variety of other staff as well. The position requires general maintenance skills and ability to complete projects involving painting, carpentry, plumbing, plowing, welding and electrical.
Other responsibilities include: friendly and supportive interactions with clients; on-going communication and collaboration Physical Plant Manager and maintenance staff; communication/collaboration with other staff; ensuring safety; maintaining neat/orderly work and storage areas, and occasional attendance of meetings and trainings. Candidates must desire to work in a therapeutic environment and be excited to have casual contact with clients throughout their work day. The capacity to work independently as well as with others is very important. Good interpersonal, communication, teamwork, and empathy skills are essential. The Maintenance Assistant position is full time, primarily with day hours (8am-4pm), Mondays- Fridays. On-call rotation with occasional evening and weekend work required. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org