Accessible Via Public Transportation?:
This site is accessible via public transportation
If Yes, What Line/Route?:
See Jacksonville Transportation Authority: https://www.jtafla.com/ for bus schedule The My JTA app is available on Google Play and Apple iPhone App Store.
Does This Position Require a Personal Vehicle?:
Preferred, not required
Organization Dress Code::
A. Prohibited attire for all staff includes:
• Tank/Halter/Tube tops
• Heels exceeding two (2) inches in height
• Pictures, logos, emblems or writing that depicts illegal activities, violence, alcohol, tobacco, profanity or nudity
• Ball caps or visors worn indoors
• Very short dresses, skirts or shorts
• Low-cut blouses revealing cleavage
• Low-rise pants revealing the back or undergarments
• Thin dresses/skirts without slips
• Excessively wrinkled or dirty clothing
• No dangling earrings, necklaces, bracelets or heavy rings are allowed. Jewelry shall be conservative and shall be kept to a minimum (small hoops or studs).
• No visible body piercing other than earrings are allowed
B. Daily hygiene should be a normal practice of all staff.
The Supervisor will be the final arbitrator regarding questions of appropriate attire and will send home any employee, without pay, until adherence with the dress code is achieved.
Expected Service Schedule::
Members will generally be scheduled to serve 8 hours per day with a 1-hour lunch break Mondays through Fridays during regular business hours as follows:
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 8:30am – 5:30pm
Wed: 10:00am – 7:00pm (the MAT clinic is open late on Wednesdays to accommodate patient needs)
As part of the patient education component of this program, the members may be asked to deliver patient/family health/nutrition education workshops or informational sessions one Saturday per month; time off during the regular service week will be provided to accommodate for any weekend time served. These workshops can be scheduled around the members’ NHC group service project obligations.
Organization Description and Mission::
Gateway is a private non-profit drug and alcohol rehabilitation agency committed to building better communities by taking action against drug addiction. Our wide range of services includes e-therapy, residential and outpatient treatment programs for adults, adolescents, women with children, transitional recovery housing and more. Gateway is a recognized leader providing comprehensive prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery support services for adolescents, adults, and families suffering from addiction. Gateway’s continuum of treatment includes medically managed protocols and stable living environments where individuals and families learn to live a successful recovery model. Gateway’s staff includes MDs, PAs, RNs, Licensed Mental Health Counselors/ Social Workers, and BA/MA Certified Addiction Professionals and counselors.
Gateway’s mission is to deliver effective treatment and recovery services using proven steps to help people suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction, and related mental health issues.