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Dept of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, ARTS has an opening for a full-time University Staff (unclassified) Peer Recovery Specialist – Health Care Tech I position.
This class series uses three levels in the Health Care Services Occupational Group and describes
technical health care work. Positions in this series provide support in delivering psychiatric,
developmentally disabled, special education, or nursing care and therapeutic treatment to an
assigned client population. Duties include supervising clients in a variety of settings;
observing and reporting client behavior, physical condition, reactions to medications;
participating as a team member in group therapy sessions; performing preventative and
practical nursing procedures, such as taking and recording client’s vital signs; teaching basic living
skills, hygiene, and social skills and explaining various routines and expectations; providing
immediate crisis intervention when required; and maintaining a safe, therapeutic environment.
Those positions with required licensure may administer prescribed treatments and
medications under the supervision of a registered nurse. Some positions may work in
security settings where the positions follow policies and procedures to ensure the safety of
themselves and others. By CRS
12-42-101 et. seq., and CRS 12-38-101 et. seq., a license is required for some positions.