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Seasonal Sales Associates– To help sell merchandise at the Nutcracker performances.
Academy Class Monitors– To assist with student drop off, pick-up and Academy COVID-19 safety protocols.
Customer Service Representatives– To help sell tickets to performances
Public Relations Manager– As the Public Relations Manager, you will maximize Houston Ballet’s external presence in the media and assist the Director of Marketing & PR in all projects for the Marketing and PR Department.
Company Pianist– The Company Pianist plays for ballet rehearsals and classes.
Young People in Recovery –
Chapter Lead, Hilton Program
MUST BE LOCATED IN HOUSTON, TX
Organization and Program Overview:
Young People in Recovery envisions a world where all young people have the resources they need to thrive in recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol.
YPR’s mission is to provide the life skills and peer supports to help people recover from substance use disorder and reach their full potential.
Visit the YPR website at www.youngpeopleinrecovery.org for additional information.
Chapter Vision and Overview:
Young People in Recovery Chapters support people in or seeking recovery by providing community-based recovery support services. Chapters also advocate on the local and state levels for more access to these services and other effective recovery resources. This peer-based network relies on quarterly workshops, monthly pro-social events, and regular all-recovery meetings.
Note: This position is part-time, at 20 hrs/week
- All communications from any YPR Employee must be responded to within 24 business hours, unless extenuating circumstances regarding schedules are agreed upon in advance between you and your supervisor. This includes text, phone, email, slack, etc.
- Complete YPR’s online orientation and study YPR Leadership Handbook
- Oversee all contractual Chapter events and operations including all-recovery meetings, prosocial events, chapter workshops, and advocacy events
- Communicate weekly with National Chapter Coordinator
- Recruit Chapter Members and develop local Chapter Leadership Team
- Communicate weekly with Chapter Leadership Team
- Engage in grassroots community outreach via emails, phone calls and face-to-face meetings
- Utilize the YPR Connect portal to submit past event reports and funding requests
- Register Chapter leaders, members and supporters through the appropriate platforms (YPR Connect/YPR website)
- Secure free or inexpensive venue space for Chapter meetings and events
- Collaborate with other YPR Chapter Leads for statewide joint events and advocacy efforts
- Support and encourage the many pathways of recovery
- Comply with all YPR reporting procedures, most notably ADP time-tracking and expense reporting
- Marginal/incidental functions and other related tasks, as assigned.