Job Openings

Director of Development (Part-Time)

Job Description

An exciting opportunity to work at Vermont Recovery Partners raising funds for peer led recovery organizations across Vermont. The ideal applicant would be someone in recovery from a substance or alcohol use disorder or family member. This is an opportunity to build this position from the ground floor. There is a willingness to train someone who has good writing skills the basics of fundraising, grant writing donor development and understanding the national foundation world and how to access it.


  • Manage a fundraising database such as Fundly
  • Write grants to state and national foundations in support of the Recovery Partners of Vermont and its member agencies
  • Develop relationships with individual donors
  • Spearhead the holiday fundraising letter campaign
  • Help member recovery organizations understand the importance of having a broad portfolio of income streams.
  • Offer workshops on fundraising, creation of a development office in recovery organizations
  • Be available for technical assistance for member recovery agencies.


  • Good writing skills
  • Able to accept donor rejection when fundraising
  • Willing to make calls to potential donors
  • Good people skills
  • Able to master various social media platforms, donor data bases, use of Microsoft word, excel, PowerPoint and Canva.
  • The ideal candidate would be a person in long term recovery or family member. At the very least someone who understands the recovery field and knowledge of a alcohol/substance use disorder.


  • Competitive wage
  • Vacation and sick leave
  • Health care stipend

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected]

Recovery Case Manager

Job Description

Are you seeking fulfillment in helping individuals recover from substance use-disorder and looking to make a ripple effect on a growing recovery community? Jenna’s Promise is seeking a self-driven, compassionate individual who lives, breathes, and spreads the hope of recovery to join the team as a Recovery Case Manager at Rae of Hope Sober Home. The Recovery Case Manager is responsible for the observation and monitoring of residents, providing them with community and connection. The Case Manager will be given the opportunity to guide, support, and influence change on a personal, local, and statewide level, as well as the ability to influence healthy behaviors, create various house activities, and be a supportive and nurturing role model in the recovery community.


  • Bachelor’s degree in human services field.
  • Historical experience supporting individuals recovering from substance use disorder or complex trauma.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced environment and conflict resolution.

Day-to-day Responsibilities

  • Resident intake and documentation
  • Medication management/ administration
  • Transport to appointments for residents when needed
  • Participate in weekly house meetings/ treatment team meetings
  • Ensuring residents are meeting recovery commitments and house requirements
  • Assigning weekly house chores and holding residents accountable
  • Breathalyzing and drug testing residences at random
  • Providing daily routine and structure to support resident’s recovery.
  • Maintain professional boundaries and communication with each resident
  • Organize weekly activities/house outings
  • Consistent communication with supervisor, including all necessary reports
  • Receive supervision from Program Manager and take necessary corrective measures in regards to project feedback and career development
  • Other duties as requested by the Program Manager or JP Board


  • Detail-oriented
  • Leadership
  • Strong communication
  • Have a passion for helping others.

Individuals in recovery are encouraged to apply.

Job Types: Full-time, Monday- Friday

Salary: $30,000-$33,000

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected]