Become an Employee

Residents in Recovery Society has the following employment opportunity available;



Residents in Recovery Society is a not-for-profit organization that offers support to individuals struggling with mental health and addiction issues. Providing a continuum of care for those struggling with addiction is our primary focus. Our services include both pre and post treatment sober living and a combination of face-to-face and virtual daily programming. Support for individuals throughout their first year of recovery greatly increases positive outcomes.


This is a one year maternity leave position with the possibility of it becoming permanent. The Operations Manager is responsible for maintaining adherence to, and the relevance of, Residents in Recovery policies and procedures. With a number of new locations in the works, consistency of our program in various locations will be a primary focus for this position. A background in policy development will be a asset to this position. As time permits, grant writing, community engagement and volunteer recruitment will all fall under this position as well.


This position requires the completion of a degree or diploma in Social Work or other related education, or working towards a degree and a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar role.



  • Fulfills Administrator and Client Support Worker (ACSW) duties when necessary.


  • Accurate file management.


  • Assist Executive Director with funding proposals and applications as requested.

  • Assist Executive Director in overseeing operations of varying locations.

  • Assist Executive Director in preparation of proposals for expansion opportunities.

  • Assist and support community organizations and individuals involved in newly created sober living homes.

  • Ensure the implementation and adherence of Residents in Recovery policies and procedures for all locations.


  • Support effective internal communication strategies.

  • Foster positive organizational culture through change management techniques.

  • Maintain a positive work environment.

  • Conduct orientation for new employees, volunteers and house mentors for all locations.


  • Ensure the health and safety of all clients, staff, volunteers and others visiting the center.

  • Monitor clients to ensure they are not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

  • Ensure that all reporting employees adhere to company policies and procedures related to Health and Safety.

  • Ensure that the organization and all staff are aware of and adhere to current and relevant legislation (ie. Occupational Health and Safety).

  • Work with existing landlords to coordinate repairs and maintenance as required.

  • Conducts fire and building security and safety checks.


  • Review incident reports and complete corrective actions when required.

  • Complete write-ups and warning reports for policy breaches.

  • Participate in the review and development of organization policies.

  • Ensure consistent implementation and adherence to approved policies.


  • Receive and securely file volunteer applications.

  • Complete assessment and screening processes.

  • Recruit and assign volunteer positions.

  • Schedule and conduct interviews with Executive Director.

  • Manage and supervise volunteers.

  • Coordinate volunteers for scheduled events and activities.

  • Conduct feedback and evaluation to volunteers.


  • Bank deposits as required.

  • Communication with bookkeeper to ensure accurate recording in Sage.


  • Promotes Residents in Recovery to community businesses.

  • Organizes community events when required (ie. Recovery Day).

  • Participates in community networking meetings.

  • Participate in wellness fairs, service clubs, and other events that provide an opportunity to promote our programs and center.

  • Represent the programs and point of view of the organization to agencies, organizations, and the general public.

  • Publicize the activities of the organization, it’s programs and goals.

  • Establish good working relationships and collaborative arrangements with community groups, funders, politicians, and other organizations to help achieve the goals of the organization.

  • Maintain positive relations with all lease-holders, suppliers, and community programming volunteers.


Please forward a cover letter and resume to 

Reference ID: OM-2020

Application deadline: 2020-06-19

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Salary: $20.00 to $23.00 /hour

Residents in Recovery Society

Donations can be made through the

Lloydminster Region Health Foundation

LRHF Charity #119022390

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4804 - 50th Avenue

Lloydminster, AB T9V 0W5

(877) 201-3955