Student Life Coordinator
Atlantic Men's Centre (Memramcook, NB)
Posted On: Thu, 09 Jun. 2022
Pay Rate: As Agreed
Hours: Full Time
Reporting To: Centre Director
WHO WE ARE
Teen Challenge Canada Inc. operates 12-month in-residence alcohol and drug addiction rehabilitation programs with centres located in Alberta, Atlantic Canada, Saskatchewan and Ontario. We offer help and hope to those struggling with alcoholism and/or addiction to other drugs through a proven faith-based program. Those struggling with addiction, their family and friends, begin their restoration at Teen Challenge.
We Are Christian We believe that God is the catalyst for change for people with life-controlling drug and alcohol problems.
We Are Committed To Those Who Are Addicted We believe that a balance of love, accountability and training are required to prepare the individual for successful re-entry into society.
We Value People Our students, donors, staff, volunteers, churches, board members and advisory councils are appreciated and worthy of respect and honour
We Are Stewards We are committed to managing wisely all resources entrusted to us recognizing that we are ultimately accountable to God.
The primary responsibility of the Student Life Coordinator is to provide coordination of student care of those who are enrolled in Teen Challenge’s 12-month faith-based rehabilitation Program. The incumbent works with the students in all areas of personal development, growth, life skills, as well as social and spiritual activities to enable the student to attain his/her full potential. Responsibilities include: promoting an environment that is supportive, nurturing, healthy and safe, while helping to ensure that the physical needs of students are met. Responsible for proper and accurate recording of all daily logs, shift reports, scheduling medical and legal appointments and activities, overseeing incoming student-related donations, and all other documentation as required.
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