Position Title: Mobile Overdose Prevention Site Driver (Weekends)
Term Date: June 10 to October 31, 2023
Hours of Work: 16-35 hours per week
The Mobile Overdose Prevention Site (MOPS) Driver, under the general direction of the MOPS, and in accordance with the philosophy and objectives of Sunshine House, is responsible for completing tasks related to respectful operations of the MOPS Unit by engaging with community members, staff, supervisors, and volunteers in open-minded and calm manner.
The Sunshine House is a place where people can grow, and we operate from the principles of harm-reduction, inclusion, respect, and safety. This position requires in-person close contacts with community members and the successful applicant must be available on Saturdays and Sundays. Required Qualifications:
Create and maintain strong healthy boundaries.
Experience working in high pressure environment
Knowledge of drug use, specifically injection drug use.
Ability to work prioritize tasks and communicate effectively with community members, staff, and volunteers.
Possession of a Class 4 license (preferred) or a Class 5 License (required)
Excellent computer skills
Knowledge of current social issues related to homelessness, mental illness, substance use, and harm reduction.
Sunshine House seeks employees with a commitment to the Sunshine House Vision, Mission, and Guiding Principles. All positions require strong communication skills, ability to work collaboratively, and ability to take initiative. Post-Secondary education is not a requirement for employment, though it can help. Candidates with relevant lived experience will be given priority.
If you have any questions, require a full job description, or wish to submit a cover letter and resume with three references to:
Davey Cole – Mobile Overdose Prevention Site Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline: June 2, 2022