The East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP) is a non-profit organization in Alameda County that aims
to reduce the impact of substance abuse, mental illness, and incarceration in our community. We have offered a
wide range of programs since 1989. We provide or coordinate comprehensive, high quality services that address
the full spectrum of needs: treatment, education, employment, medical care and housing. We currently have three
locations in Alameda County, Downtown Oakland, West Oakland and Hayward. “EBCRP’s Mission is to
support the well being of the community by providing comprehensive services for mental health,
tobacco, alcohol, and other drug abuse and related health problems. We offer housing and employment
services as a means to wellness and self-sufficiency. We respect and encourage the strengths of
individuals and families, and their ability to make healthier choices.”
We are seeking an On-Call Monitor who will be responsible for the supervision of women and/or children, during
any of the three weekday or weekend shifts (day, evening, and overnight) in our residential substance abuse
program. The On-call Counselor will be a key member in our Project Pride program. He/she will report directly
to the Supervising Counselor.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Ensure the established structure is followed during shift.
Responsible for securing the facility and monitoring building access.
Participate in training and staff meetings as directed.
Professional conduct and professional code of ethics is required to ensure clients confidentiality.
Document appropriately in the staff log recording significant incidents and activities.
Participate in Shift Change Meetings
Contact the appropriate Project Pride staff in case of emergency, as well as any help as needed, e.g. law
enforcement, fire and medical response
Assist in the management, maintenance, and up-keep of the program
Facilitate residents’ completion of house jobs and cooking tasks by working with them, acting as a coach and
teacher as their skill development
Assist in monitoring residents’ own medication as prescribed by their physicians per agency policies and
Ability to work with a respectful and welcoming attitude with children and populations of women with
substance abuse, mental health, or criminal justice issues.
Collect UA samples in a respectful manner using the guidelines provided
Make rounds during shift, i.e., walk through the facility, perform room checks.
Follow the Agency’s policies and procedures and those of Project Pride
Other duties as assigned.
Two years experience as a facility monitor in a residential setting.
Strong interpersonal skills and must be reliable, committed and flexible and able to work shifts on short notice
for staff sick leave and vacations including holidays.
Ability to relate to clients in a welcoming, warm and empathetic manner
Good writing and computer skills.
TB test and health screen required
CPR/First Aid certificate required
Pre-employment drug screen and background clearance required
Qualified to drive agency vehicle
Sensitivity to cultural, social, ethnic and gender issues
Compensation: $14.50 per hour. This is a non-exempt, on-call position. Schedule as needed to fill shift
EBCRP is an equal opportunity employer strongly committed to hiring a diverse and multicultural staff. If
interested in this job opening, please send a resume and cover letter via email, mail or fax to: Varsha Patel at
email@example.com or 510-446-7191. No phone calls please. To learn more about the Agency, please visit us at