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Peer Mentor Supervisor

De Paul Treatment Centers, 1312 SW Washington St, Portland, OR, 97205

Job - Non-Profit

Close Date: 07/31/2020

Looking for a meaningful career? At De Paul, we employ a team of passionate, diverse and caring people who are committed to carrying out our mission to create freedom from addiction for individuals, families, and communities. We are seeking dedicated individuals to join our experienced team of professionals in the fight to overcome the stigma of addiction and mental health. Come join one of Oregon’s largest and most reputable providers of substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health treatment for adults and youth!
We offer competitive wages, continuing education training (including CEUs), opportunities for internal career advancement as well as a generous and comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k with a 6% match, 4 weeks of paid vacation & sick leave plus 10 paid holidays and loan forgiveness for qualified medical and clinical positions!
• Position Title: Peer Mentor Supervisor
• Employment Status: Full-time, exempt
• Shift: Day
• Pay: $39,000-$42,000.00 annually


The role of the Peer Mentor Supervisor is to provide mentoring, guidance and support for substance-related and/or mental health disorders. The Peer Mentor Supervisor works in concert with other staff representing other services in this continuum of care. Tasks are to be completed with little follow up from the Outpatient Program Manager. Support takes the form of teamwork, weekly team meeting, and bi-weekly supervision (group or individual) from the Outpatient Program Manager. Functions as a lead support to Outpatient Program Manager, Trains, coaches, and supervises Peer Mentors, Conducts employment interviews with applicants and supports the Outpatient Program Manager in selecting appropriate applicants for hire.

All Peer Mentors need to be certified through a recognized certification board that may include and is not limited to MHACBO, NAADAC, and/or the State of Oregon.
We encourage applications from those in recovery, but we require 2+ years of continuous sobriety. A DHS criminal background investigation is conducted on all new employees. Convictions are evaluated for each position and are not necessarily disqualifying.

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De Paul is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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