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Information Specialist


  • Manage best practices information from recovery focused national organizations (Faces and Voices of Recovery, SAMHSA, etc. and bring that information to the attention of the member recovery centers
  • Manage our social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.)
  • Write monthly newsletter for the Vermont Recovery Network
  • Help each member Recovery Center develop a yearly technical assistance plan
  • Develop a pool of consultants that support the technical assistance plans of each member recovery center
  • Help implement the yearly peer standards review
  • Collect important documents from each member recovery center and create a library/clearinghouse of information that the member recovery centers could utilize

Requirements of the job

  • Deep understanding and knowledge of substance use disorder. Lived experience a plus
  • Must be a good writer
  • Conversant with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Constant Contact, Survey Monkey, Zoom
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Understanding of Trauma Informed Care

General Information

This person will report to the executive director. Part of a three-person team leading the Vermont Recovery Network d/b/a Recovery Partners of Vermont. Currently the position is half time with possibility of becoming full time within the year. Benefits include a health care stipend, vacation, and sick time, and 9 national holidays. The job is currently remote. Email your cover letter and resume to Gary De Carolis, [email protected].