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Hope for Women is a faith-based addiction recovery program for women, helping with their transformation into a healthy and productive life, free from drugs and alcohol.

Job Title: program manager

The Program Manager assists the Executive Director with participant programming and engagement. The Program Manager is responsible for assisting with day-to-day participant­ related functions. Responsibilities include but are not limited to employment readiness, case management, and general office management.

This position is a full-time, 40-hour week position. Work hours may be flexed based on the operational needs of the program. The Program Manager may alternate weekend call with the Executive Director. The Program Manager must hold to the mission, vision, and core values of the Hope For Women program and Board of Directors. The program manager's responsibilities may include but are not limited to the duties defined in the responsibility



Responsibility Description:

Human Resources and Communications:

  • Responsible for collecting program fees and petty cash, including weekly deposits for each program participant.

  • Responsible for maintenance records on the house and vehicles.

  • Responsible for coordinating medical, dental, optical, and mental health appointments and transportation. Cultivate relationships with professionals who provide such services.

  • Responsible for purchasing weekly groceries and the participants' personal list once approved by the Executive Director.

  • Responsible for taking potential participant applications and administering the initial drug screen (if needed.)

  • Scheduling house chores.

  • Distributing medications but will not give medical advice.

  • Responsible for sorting mail and ordering office supplies.

  • Oversee the participants in getting their license and social security cards prior to working (the first 30 days).

  • Ensure the house is "tour ready" at all times.

  • Responsible for keeping confidentiality to an interagency need-to-know basis.

  • Assist with all donations, distributing to participants, and outsourcing what we can not use.

  • Encourage trust and authenticity through honesty and establishing healthy and safe boundarie

  • Attend weekly meetings with Executive Director, intern, and others as needed.

  • Assist Executive Director with delegation, and supervision of ministry operations.

  • Assist Executive Director with staff schedules which include tracking program participants' classes: Bevill State classes, parenting classes, church services, financial classes, and additional classes as assigned.

  • Assist Executive Director with implementing, evaluating, and documenting training and safety drills. Training and drills include overdose reversal, Infectious Disease Protocol, Transportation Driver, Intern, Emergency Response, and Hostile Intruder.

  • Assist Executive Director with human resources compliance.

  • Assist Executive Director with monthly progress reports to all attorneys, and court systems. Scheduling court dates and attending court if needed which will include transportation.

  • Assist Executive Director with responding to ministry correspondence (email, text messages) within one business day

  • Assist Executive Director with campus life activities including special activities such as graduation, birthdays, and monthly family visitation.

  • Assist Executive Director in teaching classes as needed and mentor participants at every opportunity using Biblical precepts, direct scriptural references, and prayer.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Valid state-issued driver's license.

  • Insurance verified clean driving record.

  • Strong interpersonal skills and speaking skills.

  • Comfortable presenting information in person or via various communication (telephone, email social media).

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office or the ability to learn and use the current software.

  • Ability to multi-task.

  • Servant leader - collaborative leader.

  • Willingness to be a team player.

  • Ability to de-escalate and resolve conflict.

  • Quick learner and ENJOYS the challenge of taking on new assignments. Strong organizational skills and calendar management.

  • Ability to recognize relapse and substance abuse issues.



If prior substance abuse disorder must have 3 or more years of sustained recovery.

Preferred 1 to 5 years of supervisory and management experience with addictive behavior in alcohol and drug abuse.

A national background check and drug testing will be required as part of the hiring process, and quarterly random drug testing will be required for the duration of employment.


The Board will receive resumes until Tuesday, June 6th. They can be dropped off at 1708 5th Avenue in Jasper, Alabama or mailed to HFW, 1708 5th Avenue, Jasper, Alabama, 35501 or emailed to 


Interview Process:

The Board will contact you to schedule a 1st Round Interview with some of the Board Members. Based on the interview you may be asked for a 2nd Interview with the entire Board.


Note: The job description and experience shown above are all-encompassing. Hope for Women reserves the right to waive any experience qualifications and adjust the job description based on the applicant's abilities.

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