Outreach Coordinator

Burlington County Recovery Resource Center

Location: Mount Holly, NJ

Part Time

Essential Job Functions

Outreach Coordinator will work with the Senior Peer Services Coordinator to organize peer volunteer activities, perform outreach and recruitment, participant retention, coaching, skill development. The Outreach Coordinator will create leadership opportunities and encourage peer volunteer participation.

The CARES Burlington RRC provides a continuum of care that includes an array of services that support individuals seeking or in recovery from substance use and misuse. Services include but not be limited to linkage between treatment agencies and the RRC for sustained recovery to prevent recurrence of substance use, support of individuals in their recovery to provide them a sense of hope, and navigation to treatment.


    • Lived experience with substance use or misuse and recovery. 

    • Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS), CPRS eligible or willingness to work toward certification.

Please send your resume and cover letter to Christopher Goeke at Cgoeke@mcpik.org.

BCOR Project Coordinator

Job Location: Rockaway, NJ

Full Time

The Building Communities of Recovery (BCOR) Project Coordinator must have a working knowledge of SAMHSA’s Four Dimensions that Support a Life in Recovery as well as that of the drug and alcohol treatment system and a demonstrated commitment to the recovery community. The Project Coordinator must have a demonstrated track record of success with large scale project management and the ability to work in a fast-paced multi-level environment across a large geographic area in the northern part of New Jersey. Familiarity with the diverse communities of New Jersey is essential to success. The BCOR Project Coordinator’s primary role is to lead and coordinate the BCOR Grant Project and successfully achieve all grant deliverables within the given timelines and budget constraints as stipulated in the Annex A. Additionally, the BCOR Project Coordinator must demonstrate an ability to share personal recovery experiences and to develop authentic peer-to-peer relationships.

Essential Job Functions

Operations Management

  1. Develop and execute operational plan that manifests the goals set forth in BCOR grant narrative and Annex A.
  2. Ensure that all services meet or exceed the expectations of the funder and those receiving them.
  3. Oversee the efficient delivery of all training and internship opportunities.

 Program Implementation and Management

  1. Implement the deliverables of the BCOR project and work with the project evaluators to document and report all outcomes and other deliverables as identifies by SAMHSA.
  2. Manage the day-to-day delivery of the programs and services of the project.
  3. Ensure 100% compliance with all grant requirements including but not limited to reporting, annex A’s, etc.

 Community Relations/Advocacy

  1. Communicate with community stakeholders to keep them informed of the work of the project and to identify and effectively respond to changes in the community served by the project.
  2. Establish good working relationships and collaborative arrangements with community groups, funders, politicians, and other organizations to help achieve the goals of the BCOR Project.


    • Bachelor’s degree, Masters preferred in psychology, counseling, social science, or other appropriate area.
    • Certification as a CPRS, CPS, CADC, LCADC, MSW, LSW, LCSW, or LPC
    • Demonstrable Project Management experience required.
    • A lived experience with problematic substance use and recovery required.

Please send your resume and cover letter to Christopher Goeke at Cgoeke@mcpik.org.

Associate Peer Coordinator

Location: Rockaway, NJ

Full Time

The ideal candidate possesses or is actively working towards their certification as a Peer Recovery Specialist in NJ, is a person in stable long-term recovery or someone with lived experience, and has experience working with the recovery community in some capacity.

Essential Job Functions

This key position will function to provide Peer-to-Peer recovery support services to individuals who request assistance as part of several community-based initiatives both ongoing and planned within the region. The ideal candidate is a member of the North Jersey community, familiar with, and knowledgeable of the available resources both in and out of the immediate area.


    • High School Diploma Required
    • Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS)

Please send your resume and cover letter to Karen Plaistowe at Kplaistowe@mcpik.org.

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