Women’s Life Change Program Supervisor – Part Time

August, 29, 2017

Title: Women’s Life Change Program Supervisor
Department: Life Change Relapse Prevention Program
Reports To: Manager of the Women’s Life Change Program
FSLA Status: Hourly
Status: Part-time – 20 hours per week
Wage: $13.00 – $16.00 per hour with Paid Time Off
Schedule: 12:00 noon – 7:00 p.m. Tues, Wed, Fri or Sat (TBD)

Are you a Christian woman with a heart for ministering to women in recovery? Do you knowledge and training in relapse prevention? Do you want a part-time position working at the Eugene Mission — a wellness center for the homeless? Then please apply!!


The Women’s Life Change Program (LCP) Supervisor will provide spiritual, recovery, and social service case management and oversight to the men or women who are enrolled in the Life Change Program – a Christ-centered, 18-month residential relapse prevention program. This position also requires some public speaking and maintaining positive public relations, electronic record keeping and a variety of other duties.


• Provide leadership and case management to members of the Life Change Program.
• Maintain the structure and schedules of the LCP.
• Help with intake interviews and assess students for entry into the LCP.
• Maintain contact and relationships with outside agencies to assist students.
• Process documentation and case files to assist the student in achieving appropriate levels of progress in program.
• Use the Genesis Process curriculum to counsel students in recovery, meeting with them individually and in groups.
• Lead and monitor groups and classes for recovery, discipleship and sober living. Review the groups and classes with Program Manager.
• Help manage the regular drug testing of students.
• Monitor procedures for maintaining confidentiality.
• Monitor medications of students and dispensing procedures.
• Receive continuing education regarding recovery and addiction.
• Make public appearances as approved by the Director.
• Attend Life Change Program events.
• Attend supervision and other staff meetings as required.
• Review and prepare all outside correspondence in accordance with procedures.
• Perform any other duties assigned by the Director/Manager of the LCP.


• BS in related field or continued education in addiction counseling. CADC or equal preferred.
• A demonstrated passion for ministry, advocacy and issues surrounding homelessness and poverty.
• As the Life Change Program is Christ-centered, Supervisor must have a committed personal relationship with Jesus Christ and belong to a Christian body of believers, demonstrating appropriate behaviors and character traits of a Christian.
• Agrees with and can sign the Eugene Missions statement of Christian faith and be able to share that faith and knowledge with staff and clients.
• Have training/experience in Recovery, Human/Social Resources or other related fields.
• Note: There are two divisions of the Life Change Program – one for men; one for women. Male supervisors are hired for Men’s program; women supervisors for Women’s program.


• Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituents in a diverse community.
• Team player focused on the overall success of the organization.
• Ability to encourage and set a positive tone in the Recovery center.
• Excellent organizational and coordinating skills.
• Ability to foster a cooperative work environment.
• Ability to supervise/ train volunteers and staff to include organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work assignments.
• Knowledge of computerized information systems used in the Recovery Program, i.e. case management software and Microsoft Office suite.


• Work primarily inside in residential/office environment.
• Employee may be regularly exposed to some risk of communicable disease from guests of facility, exposure to TB and other respiratory diseases.
• Employee may come into contact with irate and irrational clients who may or may not be under the influence of mind-altering substances such as cocaine, marijuana, alcohol, etc., or be mentally or physically disabled.


• Stand, walk, and sit for long periods of time
• Occasionally required to lift up to 25 lbs
• Must be able to climb stairs
• Must have close visual acuity and manual dexterity to operate computer
• Some occasional physical activity such as folding, sorting, weeding, chopping, etc. may be required when performing community service with clients


• Drug and nicotine test
• Clean DMV record and must be insurable through Eugene Mission’s auto insurance provider


If interested in the position, please send a cover letter and resume to HR@eugenemission.org!

There will always be poor in the land. Therefore, I command you to be openhanded toward your brothers and toward the poor and needy in your land.
Deuteronomy 15:11