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Peer Support Aide/ Van Driver

Volunteer Behavioral Health Care Systems -

Job DescriptionPEER SUPPORT AIDE/VAN DRIVER: Immediate opening for a part-time (approx. 20 hrs./week) Peer Support Aide/Van Driver at the Enrichment House Peer Support Center in Gallatin. The Peer Support Aide helps initiate program activities and facilitates member involvement, and is required to drive a 15-passenger van, in addition to other duties as assigned by the Director.

Job RequirementsQUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma/GED is required, along with a current Tennessee driver's license with "F" endorsement. Applicants must have a good driving record and be either former or current consumers of mental health services.

Qualifications Education: High school
Experience: No experience required

Work HoursCompensationJob typeStart Date
20 hrsDepends on ExperiencePart timeOctober 20, 2017

Company Description Serving over 55,000 people in 31 counties, Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System is a leading mental health provider in the middle, southeast, and upper cumberland regions of Tennessee. We strive to make a difference in every life. We live by our slogan, "Help Today... For a Better Tomorrow".

Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System welcomes any person seeking services for mental health conditions or addiction issues. We use a “no wrong door” approach, and serve people with co-occurring mental illness and addiction based on our core values.

Contact Information Ana Sanchez

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