Job Summary: HOUSE OF HOPE IS AN ESSENTIAL HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION AND WILL NOT CLOSE DUE TO THE PANDEMIC. As a substance use treatment facility, we are critical to the public health and safety of women and children throughout Utah. We are looking for dependable workers dedicated to rebuilding lives, strengthening families, and empowering women even during difficult times. House of Hope is dedicated to health and safety of our employees. We endeavor to provide all preventative safety measures and establish strict sanitation protocols in accordance to the Utah Department of Health.

This is a unique position that combines skills development for Women in Recovery, interior design, facility management, project management, coach and teacher. Facilitates the daily operations of four residential facilities with support of Residential Leadership Team. Includes organizing skills development projects, monitoring supplies, handling donations and storage, home improvements, checking residents in/out of facilities, frequent interactions with Clients and Staff, reporting maintenance issues, and monitoring general functioning. Responsible for assistance with annual licensure of facilities and attendance at weekly Clinical Staff Meeting. Must have ability to maintain compassion and unconditional positive regard for clients under any circumstances, great communications skills, initiative, and positive energy. Seeking compassionate, solution-focused, organized, and self-motivated individual to assure efficient operations of residents and facilities. Prefer people who are problem solvers, manage stress well and get excited about spearheading new projects to improve others quality of life. Great opportunity for those seeking to gain experience in social services or management fields.
Primary Responsibilities: Advantages of this position: Excellent hands-on training in organizational management and family social work, paid holidays, frequent challenges offer variety and creativity, great Clinical and Team support, Clinical Supervision if working toward a license, make a difference in the lives of women, mothers and young children in a residential setting.

Challenges of this position: Requires working early evening hours, some holidays, weekend, frequent challenges require problem solving and patience, requires ability to motivate groups of people to accomplish a task, schedule may vary from week to week dependent upon projects.
Desired Qualifications: Required: Must be 21, pass BCI, drug test, must have own reliable transportation, willing to work flexible hours, able to lift 40lbs, functional computer skills, great communication skills

Preferred: Bachelor's Degree in field of communications, psychology, business, social work, etc. Previous experience with non-profit or residential programs a plus.
How to Apply: To Apply: Send a cover letter explaining your interest, copy of your resume, and 3 professional references to Please indicate the job you are applying for with any contact. Thank you!
Compensation Type: Hourly wages
Hourly Wage Minimum: $14/hour
Hourly Wage Maximum: $15/hour
Salary Minimum: This is an hourly wage position.
Salary Maximum: This is an hourly wage position.
Status: Part Time
Location: Salt Lake City


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Contact Name: House of Hope