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Program Manager: Indiana Association of Peer Recovery Support Services (IAPRSS)

Reports to: Director-IAPRSS, other executive leadership staff as designated

Job Summary:
To provide management and efforts to daily activities for various efforts related to the advancement of the peer recovery support services profession. This may include:

  1. Meeting grant funding requirement
  2. Identifying new, and innovative ways, to advance the peer recovery support profession
  3. Providing support, navigation and education specific to the peer recovery support profession
  4. Provide guidance and support to aspiring and current peer recovery support professionals
  5. Assist with administrative duties and other duties as assigned

Specific Duties:
Principal Duties

  • Oversee daily activities of IAPRSS such as:
    • Provide consultative assistance to organizations and communities regarding education on the role of peers, implementation of peer services, supporting and improving current peer programs or other services/supports identified through assistance process
    • Peer recovery support professional development for aspiring and current peer recovery support professionals
    • Any other identified efforts or services to advance, support and/or educate the peer recovery support profession
  • Oversee and ensure administrative duties are completed
  • Point of contact for program efforts and activities
  • Ensure project reporting and documentation is completed, and accurate

Subsidiary Activities

  • Complete other duties assigned by Director-IAPRSS or other leadership staff.

Job Requirements:

  • Valid driver’s license and reliable personal transportation for county and/or statewide travel
  • Ability to work nights/weekends, as needed
  • Reliable access to stable hi-speed internet connection in private setting, and reliable personal smartphone


  • CAPRC II credential; additionally, CHW/CRS and/or NCPRSS credential preferred
  • Previous supervisory experience preferred
  • Experience providing direct peer recovery support services
  • Knowledge of and experience with local and statewide recovery community and resources
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Strong time management skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Ability to work in the community
  • Strong computer skills, including MS Office (minimally email, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), database development and maintenance (preferred)
  • Strong cultural literacy (bi-lingual preferred yet not expected)
  • Experience with policy/procedure development preferred

Please submit resumes to Marla Greenway at mgreenway@mhai.net

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