Job Opportunity with Council on Accreditation of Peer Recovery Support Services (CAPRSS)

Position:  Program Development Coordinator (Part-Time)


 The Council on Accreditation of Peer Recovery Support Services (CAPRSS), a social enterprise of Faces & Voices of Recovery, is seeking a part-time Program Development Coordinator to join our team.  The Coordinator will lead an optional standards development process, engage learning community members and promote CAPRSS products and services.  Knowledge of recovery community organizations and peer based recovery support services required. Project management skills, marketing and development experience, and excellent writing skills are required.  This position is part-time (25 hours per week) based in the Washington, DC office. Potential for full-time employment in the near future. 

Job Summary

The CAPRSS Program Development Coordinator will be responsible for internal review and revision of accreditation standards for recovery community organizations providing peer recovery support services.  Additionally, the Coordinator will prepare marketing materials and presentations for promotion and marketing of CAPRSS.
Reports To
The CAPRSS Program Development Coordinator will work as part of a team, under the supervision of the CAPRSS Chief Executive.

Job Tasks & Responsibilities

Coordinate revision of core standards
  • Gather articles and resources
  • Re-activate the standards committee
  • Provide orientation and training on current standards and revision process
  • Support subcommittee work
  • Develop draft of revisions to standards and criteria
  • Obtain approval of revisions (full committee)
  • Revise core materials to reflect changes
  • Announce and publish new version of core standards
Coordinate finalization of standards in optional domains
  • Gather articles and resources
  • Support subcommittee work
  • Develop draft of standards and criteria
  • Obtain approval (full committee)
  • Develop materials to related to new domains
  • Announce and publish new optional domains and standards
Facilitate Learning Community engagement
  • Add new resources related to each domain
  • Update or weed old resources
  • Develop new online courses
Provide customer service
  • Learning community members
Promote CAPRSS products and services
  • Monthly Accreditation 101 webinars
  • Monthly Accreditation 201 webinars
  • Publish regular e-newsletters
  • Engage on social media
  • Do presentations at trade conferences and meetings
  • Significant knowledge of or experience in RCOs or peer-to-peer setting
  • Experience conducting internet-based and library research
  • Experience compiling, coding, categorizing, and verifying information or data
  • Working knowledge of how to prepare, manipulate, and manage research database
  • Experience preparing project related reports, manuscripts, and presentations
  • Experience preparing tables, graphs, fact sheets, and written reports summarizing research
  • Good writing skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Analytical and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to work independently, organizing, planning and prioritizing work
Hourly Rate based on experience.
How to Apply
To apply, please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: No phone calls please.
Council on Accreditation of Peer Recovery Support Services (CAPRSS)