Skills and Knowledge Required
• Coordinate programs and services in collaboration with partner organizations
• Coordinates reporting for invoicing- payroll, stipend pay, etc. 
• Record and report program and service outcomes and survey results; generate monthly, quarterly, and annual reports
• Create, establish, and adhere to budget including managing petty cash process
• Oversee staff, workshop facilitators, volunteers, interns and participants for program efficacy and adherence to agency policies and procedures
• Support staff, facilitators, volunteers, and participants in their self-guided recovery 
• Oversee facility operations and safety requirements
• Oversee the generation and dissemination of PIER activities and publicity
• Develop and maintains internal and external peer support relationships; meets one-to-one as needed; attends community meetings and events  
• Work cooperatively with P.I.E.R. partners MHA/RNNK, NorthKey, and NAMI and coordinates regular meetings to share success, barriers, and needs
• Carries out other duties as assigned, such as attending staff meetings, submitting written staff reports, contributing to the agency PR materials, and assisting with other agency activities as needed

Employment Opportunities

MHA provides an environment of hope for those employed by the agency as well as those the agency serves.  We are committed to fair, clearly stated, and supportive relationships between the organization and its staff. The organization is also committed to providing a positive, safe working environment consistent with all applicable laws and regulations of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the State of Ohio. 
MHA is an equal opportunity employer.

Our offices are located in Covington, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio- each offering locations that are located on bus lines, provide free parking for staff and an opportunity to work in a non-profit environment helping others.  Our staff are friendly and consider MHA a nice place to call their “second home.”

Look for future employment opportunities to be posted here.

To find our intern positions, choose the "get involved tab" from the home page.

 

Current Employment Opportunities:

 

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Title: P.I.E.R. Recovery Center Coordinator

Summary: A leadership position responsible for operations, services, and partnerships of the PIER Recovery Center (Consumer Operated Service).  This position increases the effectiveness and efficiency of all parts of the PIER that contribute to a success COS.  
 
Required Experience Qualifications 

• BA/BS in relevant field preferred

• KY Peer Support Specialist certification

• Supervise and work positively with diverse staff, facilitator, volunteer and member population

• Experience with mental health consumers and/or those with substance use issues

• Demonstrated sensitivity to Recovery Principles- awareness of or ability to fully embrace the principles of recovery and put them into action

• Very familiar with MH/SA resources and referral guidance, healthy lifestyle support, financial management skills, education and training resources

• Computer literate (MS office, XL spreadsheets, Access databases, power point)

• Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication and phone skills

• Well organized, excellent record keeping, and good time management skills

• Professional demeanor

• Substance use free

• Good reliable transportation (maintain auto insurance)

• Carries out other duties as assigned, such as attending staff meetings, submitting written staff reports, contributing to the agency PR materials, and assisting with other agency activities as needed

Skills and Knowledge Required

• Coordinate programs and services in collaboration with partner organizations

• Coordinates reporting for invoicing- payroll, stipend pay, etc. 

• Record and report program and service outcomes and survey results; generate monthly, quarterly, and annual reports

• Create, establish, and adhere to budget including managing petty cash process

• Oversee staff, workshop facilitators, volunteers, interns and participants for program efficacy and adherence to agency policies and procedures

• Support staff, facilitators, volunteers, and participants in their self-guided recovery 

• Oversee facility operations and safety requirements

• Oversee the generation and dissemination of PIER activities and publicity

• Develop and maintains internal and external peer support relationships; meets one-to-one as needed; attends community meetings and events  

• Work cooperatively with P.I.E.R. partners MHA/RNNK, NorthKey, and NAMI and coordinates regular meetings to share success, barriers, and needs

• Carries out other duties as assigned, such as attending staff meetings, submitting written staff reports, contributing to the agency PR materials, and assisting with other agency activities as needed

 

 
Classification: Part time, hourly, non-exempt position 
Hourly Pay Range: $14.00 – 16.00 per hour commensurate with experience   
Hours: Estimated 32 per week
Submit resume by Monday, November 26 to:
jking@mhankyswoh.org or mail to MHA, PO Box 112604, Covington, KY 41012

 

 

Title:  Peer Recovery Supporter

Summary: The Peer Recovery Supporter (PRS) provides a variety of recovery-oriented services to individuals who have self-identified as desiring peer supports, promoting greater independence, community integration and recovery from mental and substance use disorders. PRS assist with, coordinate, and oversee brief intervention, a wide range of classes, life skill activities, support groups and advocacy activities. These services contribute to the participant’s self-esteem, ability to engage in ongoing treatment, and develop/maintain healthy life styles.

Required Experience Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of certified peer recovery support specialist training. Prefer certification prior to employment, however, may be acquired upon hiring.

Skills and Knowledge Required

  • Leadership skills

  • Strong desire to work with individuals with mental health/substance use diagnosis

  • Sensitivity to people struggling with mental health and substance use diagnosis

  • Familiarity with and/or interest in furthering understanding of mental health related issues and recovery principals as well as the impact on the individual and surrounding community

  • Well organized, detail oriented, and good time management skills

  • Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills

  • Demonstrate familiarity and ability to navigate and utilize Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook); perform data entry (Access); keep good records

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Regular and timely data entry to ensure quality communication and timely reporting

  • Represent the agency in a positive, professional manner in all public and private meetings, speaking engagements and events

  • Work cooperatively and respectfully with all agency programs, co-workers, volunteers, clients, community members, and funders

  • Coordinate programs and services and build participant base/peer support relationships within and outside of the agency

  • Work within budget and funder guidelines

  • Ensures program efficacy and adherence to agency policies, procedures and safety requirements

  • Assist with publicity and outreach activities

  • Work to develop leadership and have participatory membership, voluntary participation, and sense of physical and emotional safety and competency regarding Person Centered and Peer Delivered Services.

  • Carries out other duties as assigned, including attending MHA staff meetings, actively participating in a staff committee (Education or Wellness), submitting written monthly staff reports, assisting with other agency activities as needed

Classification: PT, hourly, non-exempt

Reports to: MHA Clinical Coordinator and work site supervisor(s)

Travel: local travel only - driving and proof of insurance required

Hours:20 hours per week.

Please sumbit resume to :

kbodie@mhankyswoh.org