The Harm Reduction Outreach Worker (Relief) is responsible for delivering wrap-around support services and safe alcohol provision to participants of the St. John’s Status of Women Council’s (SJSWC’s) Managed Alcohol Program (MAP). The Outreach Worker is also involved in community engagement, education, and outreach promoting harm reduction services for women and nonbinary individuals. As a collaborative member of the SJSWC team, the MAP Harm Reduction Outreach Worker plays an integral role in MAP participants’ continuum of care.
The position will integrate participants’ goals for their own social determinants of health with MAP practices that are culturally relevant, gender-inclusive, and trauma-informed. These goals are developed alongside and implemented by the MAP Care Plan Facilitator. The Outreach Worker takes direction from the Care Plan Facilitator informing individual support and safe alcohol provision. They will also work closely with other members of the SJSWC team and build partnerships through collaboration with the greater community.
This position reports directly to the Care Plan Facilitator, and receives mentorship and direction from the MAP team.
Closing Date: July 21, 2023, 4:30 PM Newfoundland Time.
Please email a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Applications without a cover letter of some kind will not be considered