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We are currently seeking a Full-Time Clinical Research Therapist to assist with two Federally-funded projects related to substance sue. The Clinical Research Therapist will be responsible implementing manualized interventions. The delivery of the interventions will take place via telephone. The Clinical Research Therapist will be responsible for preparing materials for the study sessions, accurately completing daily paperwork, electronic notes and additional documentation needed for the study, updating study databases, following all research protocols and procedures, participating in weekly supervision, performing and documenting risk assessments and providing brief supportive counseling, as needed. Additional study tasks may be assigned if necessary. This position requires flexibility and availability to work days, evenings, and weekends, as needed, to meet study goals.
The Clinical Research Therapist will be responsible for delivering manualized therapy, preparing materials for the study sessions, accurately completing daily paperwork, electronic notes and additional documentation needed for the study, updating study databases, following all research protocols and procedures, participating in weekly supervision, performing and documenting risk assessments and providing brief supportive counseling, as needed.
Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a similar discipline, with evidence of course work in Research Methods and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is required. Appropriate licensing within the candidate’s field is preferred. Previous training and/or extensive experience working in clinical research with manualized interventions is highly preferred, 4 to 5 years of related experience required. Excellent organizational skills, professionalism, attention to detail, ability to work independently but also within a team, personable, and the ability prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines are all a must. The candidate must be able to work independently for extended periods while receiving feedback and guidance from study coordinators and faculty investigators. Experience working on a multi-disciplinary team and ability to adhere to strict confidentiality guidelines are also a necessity. Experience using MS Excel, Access and Qualtrics are preferred. Previous experience conducting health related research and/or with substance abuse or high risk populations is preferred, but not required. The job will require flexibility in order to meet project deadlines and goals; therefore, a strong ability to problem solve is highly desired.
M-F, may require some evenings and weekends
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