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9/18/2019
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Peer Support Specialist I or II
Yamhill County | McMinnville, Oregon
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Job Description

Peer Support Specialist I or II

HS Technician (PSS I) or HS Associate (PSS II), DOE

Community Support Services

$2726- $3170/month (PSS I) or $3170- $3668/month (PSS II)

with Excellent Benefits

 

Yamhill County

Job #CS19-068

 

Our Community

Yamhill County has approximately 102,000 residents and is a very desirable place to live in the heart of the Willamette Valley wine country. Yamhill County is home to Linfield College and Chemeketa Community College in McMinnville and George Fox University and Portland Community College in Newberg. Yamhill County is centrally located in the Willamette Valley, within close proximity to the Oregon Coast, the Portland and Salem metropolitan areas, and the Oregon Cascade Mountains. Wide varieties of indoor and outdoor recreation opportunities are available. We have the benefits,

appeal and superior quality of life found in a small town community, while enjoying active social and cultural lifestyles found in larger metropolitan areas.

 

 

The Peer Support Specialist I or II

This is a regular full-time position (40 hours/week) for a Peer Support Specialist to serve individuals with serious mental illness and/or co-occurring mental health and addictions challenges. This is a graveyard position. Work schedule is Saturday 11pm-Sunday 9:30am, Sunday 11pm-Monday 9:30am, Monday 11pm-Tuesday 9:30am, Tuesday 11pm- Wednesday 9:30am. This position works with multi-disciplinary teams to assist individuals in accessing resources, addressing barriers related to their mental health, and developing skills that promote recovery and advocacy. Responsibilities include: using personal mental health experiences to provide support to individuals, assisting in utilizing recovery skills, providing linkage with local peer organizations, identifying strengths to achieve individual goals, and providing individual and group peer services. Please visit our website for full job description.

 

Yamhill County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and values diversity. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.


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