Position Title: Human Resource Coordinator/Accounting Assistant
Reports To: Finance Director
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
The Human Resource Coordinator/Accounting Assistant provides HR coordination and accounting support to the Finance Director. This position requires the handling of complex, highly confidential information including human resource documents and personnel files.
- Human Resource duties to include but are not limited to: all required steps for onboarding; processing of confidential paperwork; benefit administration; utilization and proper training of all staff with third party software systems including online timekeeping; paid time off accruals and online benefit packages.
- Maintain and update annual paperwork for personnel files.
- Monitor and update labor laws and required postings and policies related to HR to ensure compliance.
- Accounting Responsibilities to include but are not limited to: accounts payable, cash receipts, bank deposits, data entry of bi-weekly payroll processing and some purchasing.
- Maintain, create and update accounting and HR filing systems as well as fiscal policies and procedures.
- Performs other job responsibilities at the request of the Finance Director.
- Associates Degree in Accounting or Business is preferred.
- Minimum 3-5 years accounting and/or HR experience. Experience with non-profit environment preferred.
- Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point & Publisher).
- Time management, attention to detail and confidentiality is a must.
- Excellent organizational skills; ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, self-directed.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule, inclusive of occasional evening and/or weekend events.
- Ability to model behavior consistent with the mission of The Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Council.
- Current valid driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and vehicle availability
All interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to
Finance@preventioncouncil.orgby Friday, September 18, 2020
Position Title: Street Outreach CRPA
Reports To: Director of Healing Springs Recovery Center
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
This is a 1 FTE position and requires CRPA status. The Street Outreach CRPA will work with the Continuum of Care outreach team serving Saratoga County. As part of the team, s/he will provide integrated services to individuals that are homeless or under-housed, as well as having an addiction issue. The CRPA will use their lived experience as the basis for promoting recovery, offering person-centered support, advocacy, skill development, and referral. Contact will occur via direct contact within the community, at Healing Springs Recovery Center, or telephonically. In addition, the CRPA will be expected to actively participate in community outreach programs including, but not limited to, addiction awareness panels and community meetings.
Duties and responsibilities
-Assist individuals with Substance Use Disorder in various settings (such as out within the community, at another agency, emergency department)
-Effectively engage with individuals who want to enter into recovery
-Work within a team and maintain a collaborative relationship with all outside groups and agencies
-Support clients in pre-crisis or crisis situations
-Teach participants recovery skills, based on shared life experiences
-Link participants with needed community resources and treatment services
-Help participants transition from inpatient to community settings, as needed
-Share information with participants about benefits, entitlements and other supports
-Participate in community outreach events and training sessions to increase public understanding of addiction and recovery
-Provide Narcan training for individuals/groups.
-Provide outreach to help participants connect with desired and appropriate services
-Attend weekly team meetings with outreach team from other agencies and with Healing Springs
-Complete all reports and paperwork in a timely manner
-Successful recovery from addiction (three years preferred)
-Certified as a Peer Recovery Advocate (substance use)
-Ability to model behavior consistent with the mission of the Prevention Council and the Healing Springs Recovery Community Center
-Understanding and knowledge of homelessness or under housed as well as services available preferred
-Excellent written and oral communication skills
-Excellent organizational skills, including but not limited to the ability to manage multiple demands simultaneously
-Willingness to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends
-Ability to travel throughout Saratoga County (requires current, valid Driver License, proof of vehicle insurance and access to vehicle
All interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, September 18, 2020
The Prevention Council is an equal opportunity employer