Evening Monitor

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OrganizationGeorgia's Friends, Inc.
TypePart Time
Application DeadlineJanuary 15, 2022
College Degree Required?No
Salary Range$15/hr
Phone(434) 284-7817


The evening monitor provides program services to the residents of Georgia’s House during the evening hours. This position reports to the executive director but works closely with other staff and the lead resident to provide these services. The evening monitor helps maintain a safe, secure, and supportive environment for all residents.

Georgia’s Friends provides programs and services in the Charlottesville-Albemarle community to help women suffering from substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health challenges. Georgia’s House, the signature initiative, provides hope and healing through a safe, therapeutic and structured home for women in recovery.


Job Duties

  • Provide ongoing peer support for up to 11 current residents. Encourage residents to work their recovery programs and give residents positive feedback on their successes in recovery.
  • Conduct drug tests and immediately report suspected alcohol or drug use to staff.
  • Ensure that residents complete their house care tasks.
  • Drive residents to 12-step meetings and to grocery store as needed.
  • Update staff every evening on each resident’s progress or barriers to their recovery,
  • Help mediate and/or identify conflicts between/among residents and any facility or house maintenance issues that need to be reported to staff.

Skills Required

  • Three years’ experience in workplace setting.
  • Experience with and understanding of addiction and recovery.
  • Professional demeanor and excellent communication skills.
  • Successful candidate must own their own car, have a valid driver’s license, have automobile insurance, and be willing and able to transport residents to 12-step meetings and other necessary appointments during work hours.
  • Personal or professional experience in a recovery residence environment is a plus.\

Education & Training

  • High school diploma or equivalent is required.
  • Peer recovery specialist training or certification is a plus.
  • Advanced degree or coursework in social work, mental health counseling, addiction counseling, or related fields is a plus.

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