Careers

Open Positions at Detroit Recovery Project

Thank you for your interest in the work and vision of the Detroit Recovery Project. In the words of H.E. Luccock, “No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.” DRP recognizes the importance of a team where everyone brings their best gifts and talents to impact our world. We are continually looking for qualified candidates that would suit our team. If you are interested in joining us in accomplishing our mission, please send a resume and cover letter to hr@recovery4detroit.com

 

Thank you,

Team DRP

 Current Openings: 

Procedure for Applying for a Position at Detroit Recovery Project: (No phone calls, please)

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply for available positions within our organization.

 

Please follow these steps when applying for a position and be sure to include the position in which you are applying.

  1. When applying online, email your resume to: hr@recovery4detroit.com
  2. When applying by mail, please mail to the address listed above.
  3. When applying in person, visit either our Administrative Office at: 1121 E. McNichols Road, Detroit, MI  48203
  4. Special Note:  We do not pay for employee relocation.
BCOR Project Coordinator

QUALIFICATIONS:

Project Coordinator should possess excellent skills in leadership, written and oral communication, working with volunteers, business and personnel management and computer proficiency. Strong conflict resolution and decision-making skills. Administrative ability, comprehensive knowledge of alcohol and drug abuse, knowledgeable in regard to substance abuse treatment, recovery, HIV/AIDS and current legislative issues, demonstrable management skills.

Education Requirement

Bachelor’s degree in guidance and counseling, psychology, social work, vocational rehabilitation, business or public health administration or related field required.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Must have experience working with the community and be familiar with community organizations.
  • Be comfortable providing and coordinating and facilitating training’s and continuing education opportunities.
  • Complete reports as required to the Program Director, working closely with the Program Evaluator and all program staff.
  • In conjunction with the Human Resources Department, recruit, train, evaluate and provide direct supervision of program staff. Maintains continuous assessment and provides ongoing feedback to staff regarding their performance. Completes written performance evaluations as required.
  • Market and distribute information to assure the necessary referral network and program sustainability.
  • Ensure adherence to protocols, policies and procedures of the Agency as well as the evidence-based intervention models for service planning and program implementation.
  • Attend meetings and conferences as required for assurance of current knowledge and competence.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Work involves the ability to flexible work schedule including evenings, weekends as needed.
  2. Must have reliable transportation as work involves the ability to travel throughout the metropolitan area.

EXEMPT STATUS:

This position is exempt from overtime pay provisions of the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act.

SALARY AND RELATED:

Salary is based on experience.

Detroit Recovery Project is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that engages in affirmative action to employ minority, female, protected veteran status and disabled individuals. Detroit Recovery Project is a drug-free workplace.

 

OTHER INFORMATION:

Position open: July 28, 2020
Resumes will be accepted through: August 5, 2020

Please send resumes to:

Detroit Recovery Project, Inc.
1121 E. McNichols Road
Detroit, MI  48203
Attention: Human Resources

 Current Openings: 

Procedure for Applying for a Position at Detroit Recovery Project: (No phone calls, please)

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply for available positions within our organization.

 

Please follow these steps when applying for a position and be sure to include the position in which you are applying.

  1. When applying online, email your resume to: hr@recovery4detroit.com
  2. When applying by mail, please mail to the address listed above.
  3. When applying in person, visit either our Administrative Office at: 1121 E. McNichols Road, Detroit, MI  48203
  4. Special Note:  We do not pay for employee relocation.
BCOR Project Coordinator

QUALIFICATIONS:

Project Coordinator should possess excellent skills in leadership, written and oral communication, working with volunteers, business and personnel management and computer proficiency. Strong conflict resolution and decision-making skills. Administrative ability, comprehensive knowledge of alcohol and drug abuse, knowledgeable in regard to substance abuse treatment, recovery, HIV/AIDS and current legislative issues, demonstrable management skills.

Education Requirement

Bachelor’s degree in guidance and counseling, psychology, social work, vocational rehabilitation, business or public health administration or related field required.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Must have experience working with the community and be familiar with community organizations.
  • Be comfortable providing and coordinating and facilitating training’s and continuing education opportunities.
  • Complete reports as required to the Program Director, working closely with the Program Evaluator and all program staff.
  • In conjunction with the Human Resources Department, recruit, train, evaluate and provide direct supervision of program staff. Maintains continuous assessment and provides ongoing feedback to staff regarding their performance. Completes written performance evaluations as required.
  • Market and distribute information to assure the necessary referral network and program sustainability.
  • Ensure adherence to protocols, policies and procedures of the Agency as well as the evidence-based intervention models for service planning and program implementation.
  • Attend meetings and conferences as required for assurance of current knowledge and competence.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Work involves the ability to flexible work schedule including evenings, weekends as needed.
  2. Must have reliable transportation as work involves the ability to travel throughout the metropolitan area.

EXEMPT STATUS:

This position is exempt from overtime pay provisions of the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act.

SALARY AND RELATED:

Salary is based on experience.

Detroit Recovery Project is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that engages in affirmative action to employ minority, female, protected veteran status and disabled individuals. Detroit Recovery Project is a drug-free workplace.

 

OTHER INFORMATION:

Position open: July 28, 2020
Resumes will be accepted through: August 5, 2020

Please send resumes to:

Detroit Recovery Project, Inc.
1121 E. McNichols Road
Detroit, MI  48203
Attention: Human Resources