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Peer Support Specialist

Posted: 07/22/2022

Department: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Type: Part-Time

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About the Job:

The Certified Peer Specialist assists adults with substance use disorders in recovery. This position supports the inpatient and outpatient clinical teams at MMC and the Ashland County Wellness and Recovery Court in creating a trauma-informed, safe, trusting, and healing environment that respects the perspective of the individuals they support. This position follows the Scope of Practice, Core Competencies and Code of Ethics of the Wisconsin Certified Peer Specialist and is valuable to the success of individuals with substance use disorders.

Requirements:

Shift Time: 8-hour, 12-hour shifts

Benefits and Salary:

MMC offers employees a competitive benefits package that includes:

Insurance Plans*

*eligibility criteria must be met to participate in insurance plans. Not all employees may be eligible.

403 (b) Retirement Savings Plan

All employees are eligible to participate in the savings plan. Through payroll deductions, you can elect to contribute pre-tax and/or post-tax basis towards your retirement. We offer matching contributions for eligible employees.

Paid Time Off

MMC employees receive generous time off for vacations, illness and other personal matters.

About Us

MMC is a regional medical center that serves patients from 7 counties in northwest Wisconsin and Gogebic County in Michigan.  We have more than 60 full-time physicians and specialists on-staff and over 500 employees who are dedicated to providing quality care.  Our charming city of Ashland, WI is located on the shores of Lake Superior near Bayfield and the 21 Apostle Islands, and boasts a strong community, historic charm, modern conveniences and abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation.  Our passion and driving force is to see the people of our community live healthy, productive lives.

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