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ISSUP supports the professional development of those working within substance use prevention, treatment and recovery. Here you will find information about available positions in the field from around the globe. We welcome ISSUP members to share advertisements for current vacancies in this category. Log in and post your job to the ISSUP job board.

Associate Research Fellow - Deakin University

  • Location: أستراليا
  • Area of Work: Research
  • Closing date:
  • Based in Geelong, HERB Barwon Health
  • Part-time (0.8 FTE) and Fixed-term until May 2025
  • Level A $76,985 - $103,493 + 17% Superannuation (pro rata, part time)

About the role:

You will be assisting with the day-to-day operations of the Tina trial, a clinical trial focusing on a new medication for methamphetamine 'ice' use. The main responsibilities include recruiting and interviewing potential participants, screening them for suitability, enrolling eligible participants, and collecting data as per the trial protocol. The position also involves data entry and management, handling biological samples, assisting with recruitment strategies, attending project meetings, and undertaking research tasks such as report preparation. This is a multi-site trial, requiring collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of researchers and clinicians. The role will be primarily based at IMPACT, Geelong, with field travel required for participant assessments and collaboration with other services.

As an Associate Research Fellow, you will:

  • Conduct high-quality research, scholarship and creative activities generating high impact outputs, with mentorship.
  • Engage collaboratively to participate in novel and high-quality research or creative activities.
  • Communicate outputs, including as part of team.
  • Ensure impact of academic activity on the field and the community.
  • Support applications for funding for research and creative activities.
  • Begin building body of work and reputation and recognition for quality, excellence and impact.
  • Participate in intra- and inter-disciplinary research collaborations.
Submitted on الأحد 9th يونيو 2024 - 21:06

Integrated Mental Health and Substance Misuse Team Leader - NHS Garth

  • Location: المملكة المتحدة
  • Area of Work: Programme Delivery
  • Closing date:

We have one Band 6 vacancy within our Integrated Mental Health & Substance Misuse Team at HMP Garth.

The successful applicants will assist in the overall delivery of care to patients within the mental health and clinical substance misuse team of HMP Garth.

You will be responsible for the care needs and the development, implementation, and evaluation of programmes of care for mental health and clinical substance misuse.

The successful applicant is required to demonstrate a “can- do” attitude, be resilient and possess excellent leadership qualities.

Healthcare services operate 7 days a week and the successful applicants would need to be flexible in their approach to meeting the demands of the service.

The successful candidate will assist the Team  Manager and Senior Management to lead and develop a team of healthcare staff and visiting professionals.

They will work towards providing the highest standard of care for the prison population ensuring consistent and effective nursing practice as well as operational activity.

 

Main duties of the job

  • To lead and manage  referrals into the service , arrange assessments, prioritise Crisis intervention.
  •  Prioritise and organise teams workload.
  • Provide expert clinical leadership to the team, ensuring delivery of effective clinical expertise and advice to the team, including the provision direction and participation.
  • To manage and take responsibility for a defined caseload and ensure full compliance with the CPA, Safeguarding, Vulnerable Adults and other policies at all times.
  • To ensure a culture of care is evident within the  team where clinical staff enable and empower service users.
  • Provide professional supervision and management supervision to an agreed number of nurses within the team.
  • Provide expert support to nurses in:-
    • Completing needs assessment to service users.
    • In risk assessment and management.
    • In crisis planning and management.
    • In assessing and responding to patient/ carer’s needs.
    • In care planning and review of care plans.
Submitted on الأحد 9th يونيو 2024 - 20:31

رئيس فرع الاتصالات (GS-15) - NIDA

  • Location:
  • Area of Work: Programme Delivery
  • Closing date:

سيقوم المعهد الوطني لإساءة استعمال المخدرات بتعيين رئيس فرع لفرع الاتصالات (CB) في مكتب سياسة العلوم والاتصالات (OSPC).  تتمثل مهمة OSPC في قيادة الجهود الاستراتيجية ل NDA لإبلاغ سياسة وممارسات الصحة العامة من خلال ضمان أن المعهد هو المصدر الموثوق به للمعلومات العلمية حول تعاطي المخدرات والإدمان.

يعتمد تحقيق مهام NIDA's و OSPC على التفاعل الفعال مع مجموعة متنوعة من الجماهير الوطنية والدولية حول أهداف المعهد وسياساته وبرامجه وإنجازاته وغيرها من المعلومات ذات الصلة. وتشمل هذه الجماهير الباحثين العلميين والأطباء وغيرهم من مقدمي الرعاية الصحية وصانعي السياسات والجمهور ووسائل الإعلام والأشخاص ذوي الخبرة الحية والحية في تعاطي المخدرات والمنظمات التطوعية والمهنية. ويقوم فرع الاتصالات، المسؤول عن تيسير هذه التفاعلات: (1) بأنشطة التوعية الإعلامية التي تضطلع بها الوكالة الوطنية للتنمية الدولية؛ و (2) يضطلع بأنشطة التوعية الإعلامية. (2) الرد على استفسارات المعلومات من الجمهور ؛ (3) يقود أنشطة NIDA's الإعلامية وحملات التثقيف العام ؛ (4) ينسق تطوير المحتوى ومراجعة رسائل NIDA المنشورة على الجمهور ؛ (5) تقييم الاحتياجات وتصميم مواد الاتصالات لمجموعات سكانية محددة ؛ (6) يتعاون مع الوكالات الفيدرالية الأخرى لتعزيز نشر وتطبيق أبحاث NIDA ؛ (7) يقود تطوير وتصميم وإدارة النشر والتوعية الرقمية للمعهد ؛ و (8) يشرف على الإدارة الفنية والمراقبة والصيانة والتنسيق لشبكة الويب ووسائل التواصل الاجتماعي والعمليات السمعية والبصرية الخاصة ب NIDA.

ويقدم رئيس فرع الاتصالات تقاريره إلى مدير OSPC ، ويقدم مشورة موثوقة وخبيرة لقيادة NIDA ، ويقدم مساهمات كبيرة في تطوير وتنفيذ استراتيجيات وأنشطة الاتصال والتوعية في NIDA. يعمل شاغل الوظيفة كقائد اتصالات للمعهد ، وغالبا ما يعمل مباشرة مع مدير NIDA لدعم وتشكيل أنشطة الاتصالات.

عند فتحه ، سيتم نشر هذا المنصب على موقع وظائف الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية (https://www.usajobs.gov/).

لمزيد من المعلومات حول هذا المنصب ، اتصل بمدير OSPC جينيفر أ. هوبين ، دكتوراه ، في jennifer [dot] hobin [at] nih [dot] gov (jennifer[dot]hobin[at]nih[dot]gov).

Submitted on الجمعة 31st مايو 2024 - 09:50

Programme Officer (Drug Control and Crime Prevention) - UNODC

  • Location: النمسا
  • Area of Work: Programme Delivery
  • Closing date:

This position is located in the Regional Section for Africa and the Middle East (RSAME), Division for Operations (DO), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Vienna. The Programme Officer (Drug Control and Crime Prevention) will report to the Chief of RSAME. S/he will work in close consultation with UNODC field offices in Middle East and North Africa, including the Office for the Gulf Cooperation Council Region (OGCCR). S/he will also closely liaise with the Programme Offices in Middle East and North Africa. For more information on UNODC, please visit the following website: www.unodc.org

Within assigned authority, the Programme Officer (Drug Control and Crime Prevention) will be responsible for the following specific duties: - Support and manage the strategic direction for UNODC in the Middle East and North Africa Region including the identification of approaches and modalities to operationalize UNODC’s objectives set out under the Regional Framework for the Arab States (2023-2028) and the Strategic Partnership with the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries taking into consideration linkages to the Strategic Vision for Africa (SVA 2030). - Support the conceptualization, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the UNODC integrated programmes in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. - Participate in strategic planning, development, management and implementation of the UNODC work in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. - Lead and/or participate in programming, support, needs assessment and other technical missions, including provision of guidance to external consultants, government officials and other parties. - Promote and facilitate coordination in the context of the UNODC Strategic Partnership with the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries (GCC) by ensuring proper consultation internally and externally with Government counterparts; providing guidance on integrated programming; implementation and monitoring of UNODC’s interventions under its pillars with emphasis on South-South collaboration among countries in the MENA region as well as with African countries. - Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of the programmes and projects under the Regional Framework for the Arab State as well as the Strategic Partnership with the GCC countries; monitor and analyze programme/project development and implementation; identify problems and issues to be addressed and initiate corrective actions; ensure follow-up actions; as well as the regular auditing in order to ensure reliability and validity and to assess the system's internal controls. - Contribute to fund-raising in relation to drug, crime, corruption and terrorism-related projects and programmes by preparing the materials and participating in major donor meetings; building support for cost-sharing contributions from the Governments, identifying other alternative funding sources for UNODC projects and activities. - Coordinate fundraising efforts through the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries, being both donors and recipients of UNODC’s technical assistance particularly for the SVA 2030; by identifying funding opportunities; preparing briefing packages, facilitating donor meetings including in Arabic language as well as leading fundraising missions to the Gulf region in coordination the relevant field office and regional and global programmes. - Act as a focal and quality assurance person for the reporting on project progress, and liaise with UNODC fund-raisers, donors and potential partners regularly. - Promote opportunities for partnerships with strategic regional organizations and institutions in the MENA region; provide advice on appropriate methods for engagement; participate in the planning of joint initiatives responding to identified needs within UNODC’s mandate. - Liaise on substantive issues with counterparts in the UN System, both in Vienna and in the field, officials of other international and regional organizations and specialized agencies; follow up on the UNODC decisions and actions with their officials. - Prepare country specific briefs for the Executive Director in relation to bilateral meetings with senior and high-level officials from the MENA region and official visits to the countries of the region, including soliciting input and coordination in- house from relevant thematic divisions and field offices, and the preparation of the mission programme and related correspondence to national counterparts (in Arabic and/or English language). - Act as focal point within the Regional Section for official written communication/responses to and by the Executive Director (in Arabic) in relation to various engagements and cooperation modalities with Member States of the MENA region. - Organize and prepare written outputs, e.g. draft background papers, analysis, sections of reports and studies, inputs to publications, etc. Organize and coordinate the preparation of and draft/consolidate the reports to the Constituencies and other legislative and technical bodies as well as their subsidiary bodies, such as the UN Security Council, the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND), the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ). - Act as a focal point of expertise for Senior Management regarding geopolitical developments in the MENA region including by preparing briefs and position papers highlighting potential of such developments on UNODC’s field presence, programme implementation, donor relations and any strategic opportunities for engagement. - Collect and analyze data to identify trends or patterns and provide insight through graphs, charts, tables and reports using data visualization methods to enable data-driven planning, decision-making, presentation and reporting. - Establish/maintain coordination mechanisms with the Arab Permanent Missions in Vienna including provision, in Arabic, of briefings, advice and updates on key programmatic developments at country level as well as regionally to ensure clear communication and continued support to UNODC’s work in the MENA region. - Liaise with colleagues in the field offices and supervise junior Professional and GS staff as well as UNVs, interns etc.. - Perform other work-related duties as assigned.

Submitted on الجمعة 31st مايو 2024 - 09:37

Seconded national expert on law enforcement - EMCDDA

  • Location: البرتغال
  • Area of Work: Programme Delivery
  • Closing date:

The job holder will work as an SNE under the supervision of the Head of the drug markets, crime and supply reduction sector within the risks to public safety and security unit. The SNE will contribute to the development, further enhancement and promotion of the competences of the EMCDDA in the area of drug supply and drug supply reduction, in particular regarding the practices of law enforcement. The post supports the EMCDDA's strategy to contribute to a more secure Europe. In order to ensure effective execution of tasks, the vehicular language for this post has been defined as English.

Submitted on الاثنين 27th مايو 2024 - 11:08

Visiting Instructor, Counseling - Purdue University Northwest

  • Location: الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية
  • Area of Work: Training/Further Education
  • Closing date:

Job Summary

The College of Humanities, Education, and Social Sciences at Purdue University Northwest announces an exciting opportunity to apply for one of two Visiting Faculty positions in our CACREP Accredited Master of Science in Education, Mental Health Counseling Program to start August 2024. The successful candidate will teach graduate courses, participate in program governance as a core faculty member, provide supervision for graduate student therapists, and have the opportunity to collaborate on research or develop new projects. The initial contract term is for one academic year with potential for renewal. This is a full-time position that comes with benefits appropriate to the position.

Position Responsibilities & Description

The successful candidate will serve as a core faculty member for the 2024-2025 Academic Year (meeting CACREP faculty eligibility requirements) in our in-person accredited program. Standard expectations of the position include that the incumbent will: (a) teach graduate level courses within the counseling program; (b) cultivate and maintain relationships with supervisors in community mental health agencies and schools through providing supervision and clinical oversight for students in internships; (c) participate in program governance (e.g. work collaboratively on accreditation and program improvement efforts); (d) collaborate with faculty within and outside of the School of Education and Counseling on scholarly activities; and (e) participate in beneficial service to the school, college, university, community, and profession. Of particular interest are candidates who would be excited, willing, and/or able to teach courses such as Counseling Children & Adolescents, Counseling and Psychopathology, Crisis Intervention, Human Growth & Development, Research, Addictions, or Counseling Theory.

University Profile

Purdue University Northwest (PNW), a premier metropolitan university located in Northwest Indiana, is dedicated to empowering transformational change in its students on its two campuses in Hammond and Westville, Indiana. Part of the Purdue University system and offering more than 70 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, PNW is committed to academic excellence, supports growth, and celebrates diversity. PNW’s colleges, schools and centers are distinguished through prestigious accreditations, national recognitions, and competitive rankings.

Submitted on الاثنين 27th مايو 2024 - 10:45

Consultant in Addictions Psychiatry (Substance Use Services) - NHS Scotland

  • Location: المملكة المتحدة
  • Area of Work: Programme Delivery
  • Closing date:

In NHS Forth Valley we know the radical and transformational difference Psychiatrists make to the lives of their patients. This is why we have developed, and will always strive to maintain, a system that allows them to do this work. In NHS Forth Valley we passionately believe in joined-up, holistic care across the whole patient journey. We have a dynamic Consultant workforce and due to the relatively small size and adaptability of our health board our Psychiatrists are able to become effective leaders who can drive through positive changes. 

Scotland is in the midst of a public health emergency regarding drug related deaths. Tackling this will require multiple interventions across all parts of our society. We will support our Consultants in Addictions Psychiatry to help lead this national response. Our Consultants are employed by the NHS, but as the clinical experts in their field they will guide and inform which services are commissioned from the third sector. As a dynamic, flexible organisation we are keen to pilot innovative ways to tackle the scourge of drug related deaths. We will support our Consultants to contribute to the emerging national strategies for tackling drug related deaths and to develop links with Higher Education Institutions to build the evidence base.  Locally we have strong links with the University of Stirling where the public health research in this area is making a significant contribution to the development of national strategy.  The service will support SPA time for Consultants to lead on projects aligned with addressing this public health crisis, such as the expansion of injectable buprenorphine and new ways of working to safely manage benzodiazepine use / dependency in conjunction with delivery and implementation of the MAT (Medicated Assisted Treatment) standards.

The Substance Use Service has a large work component in relation to alcohol use disorders. There is an alcohol dedicated team within SUS South which the successful candidate would work closely with .Part of the task will be to sign off on patients requiring inpatient detoxification from alcohol in the local Mental Health Unit using the one dedicated bed. There is also a role in supporting home detoxification from alcohol when this can be safely done. Alcohol patients will be seen by the Consultant in relation to the use of protective medications and for assessment and treatment of psychiatric comorbidity .The successful candidate would also contribute to the planning of an expansion in our alcohol treatment system utilising a group programme for those who have successfully detoxified.

We are in an exciting place with regards to Psychiatry in Forth Valley. Within the next 3 years we will be able to evidence we have the best mental health services in Scotland. To achieve this goal our Consultants will have sufficient SPA time in their job plans to help all of our services become accredited (for providing excellent care) according to the Royal College of Psychiatrists Centre for Quality Improvement Accreditation Standards.

We are passionate about attracting the brightest and best students into Psychiatry and developing them into Consultants who will serve the needs of Scotland. Our local teaching and training programmes have been nationally recognised and we are keen to expand them further. Our service is currently developing roles for Advanced Nurse and Pharmacist Practitioners and the post-holder will have opportunities for supervision of these colleagues and guiding the development of the roles. Our vision is that those with addiction issues in Forth Valley will always access first rate services, and interact with clinicians who understand their issues, without judgement, wherever they present in our health and social care system. Training all our staff in addiction issues and breaking down the barriers between the different parts of our system will be key to this. We will support time for these and other teaching and training opportunities. The post holder will be working with a Consultant Addiction Psychiatrist with a national profile in Medical Education and so would have immediate links to regional and national teaching opportunities. 

We are also able to offer innovative and bespoke job roles for candidates interested in combining sessions in addictions with sessions in other specialities, including general adult and forensic.  In particular, we are keen to explore developing roles across both substance use and general adult settings, to support our existing programme of joint working and improved interface in these areas.   We will work with the successful candidate to develop a suitable job plan.

Forth Valley offers an unrivalled quality of life. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty which includes Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Historic Stirling ‘the gateway to the Highlands’ has local state schools that consistently feature in the top 20 of national league tables. Scotland’s major cities, Glasgow & Edinburgh are within one hour’s travel. Substantial relocation packages are available. We welcome applications from candidates wishing to work both full time and less than full time. We can also offer flexible working hours, including the option of shorter ‘family-friendly’ working days.  The size of our health board allows us to be flexible and responsive. We are keen to continue to develop ways of working that allow our Psychiatrists to have an optimal work life balance.

Applicants are encouraged to visit the department and meet key staff (this can be arranged in person or facilitated online). Informal enquiries should be directed to Gillian Baillie-Sharp, Clinical Director Substance Use Service, gillian [dot] baillie-sharp [at] nhs [dot] scot.

To apply for this post, please visit the job posting on the NHS Scotland Job Train website. Applicants should have full GMC registration and a licence to practise. Applicants will be in possession of the MRCPsych or equivalent, registered with the General Medical Council and on the Specialist Register or be within 6 months of the anticipated award of a CCT at the time of interview or have a certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR). Applicants are required to have evidence of recent continued academic and professional development. Excellent, communication, listening and organisational skills are essential.

Submitted on الاثنين 27th مايو 2024 - 10:43

موظف برامج - مكتب الأمم المتحدة المعني بالمخدرات والجريمة

  • Location:
  • Area of Work: Programme Delivery
  • Closing date:

تقع هذه الوظيفة في قسم الوقاية والعلاج وإعادة التأهيل (PTRS) ، فرع المخدرات والمختبرات والخدمات العلمية (DLSSB) ، شعبة تحليل السياسات والشؤون العامة (DPA) التابعة لمكتب الأمم المتحدة المعني بالمخدرات والجريمة (UNODC) في فيينا ، النمسا. وسيعمل موظف البرامج تحت الإشراف المباشر لمنسق برنامج الوقاية والتوجيه العام لرئيس الجمعية العامة للإبلاغ عن بعد. لمزيد من المعلومات عن مكتب الأمم المتحدة المعني بالمخدرات والجريمة، يرجى زيارة www.unodc.org

وفي إطار السلطة المسندة إليه، سيكون موظف البرامج مسؤولا عن الواجبات المحددة التالية:

  • تقديم الدعم في تنسيق التنفيذ والتقييم الميدانيين لبرنامج الوقاية خاصة فيما يتعلق بالمهارات الأسرية والبرمجة الحياتية والمهارات؛ مراقبة وتحليل تطوير المشروع وتنفيذه ؛ مراجعة الوثائق والتقارير ذات الصلة ؛ تحديد المشاكل والقضايا التي يتعين معالجتها والشروع في الإجراءات التصحيحية ؛ الاتصال بالأطراف ذات الصلة ؛ ضمان إجراءات المتابعة ؛
  • أداء مهام الدعم التقني لبرمجة الوقاية، بالتشاور مع الممثلين الميدانيين المعنيين لمكتب الأمم المتحدة المعني بالمخدرات والجريمة وبالتعاون مع النظراء الحكوميين في المناطق الجغرافية والبلدان التي يعينها رئيس القسم بالتشاور مع منسق برنامج الوقاية. ويشمل ذلك التخطيط لحلقات العمل وتيسيرها وحضور جلسات تفاعلية أخرى والمساعدة في وضع اتفاقات شراكة تنفيذية ومفاهيم مشاريع في مجال خفض الطلب على المخدرات مع النظراء الحكوميين؛
  • تحديد والدخول في اتفاق مع مؤسسات البحوث الدولية لدعم تكييف ورصد وتقييم برامج الوقاية القائمة على الأدلة ؛
  • بدء وتنسيق أنشطة التوعية؛ عقد ورش عمل تدريبية وندوات وما إلى ذلك ؛ تقديم عروض تقديمية حول الموضوعات / الأنشطة المخصصة ؛ العمل كخبير و / أو مشرف في ورش العمل والندوات والدورات التدريبية والاجتماعات ؛
  • تقديم المشورة للمدربين والخبراء وأخصائيي الكمبيوتر والاستشاريين وغيرهم من الأشخاص ذوي الخبرة في استعداداتهم لأنشطة المشروع والمشاركة فيها ؛
  • دعم تطوير السياسات، بما في ذلك استعراض وتحليل القضايا والاتجاهات، وإعداد التقييمات أو غيرها من الأنشطة البحثية والدراسات. تنظيم وإعداد النواتج المكتوبة، مثل مشاريع ورقات المعلومات الأساسية، والتحليلات، وأقسام التقارير والدراسات، والمدخلات في المنشورات، وما إلى ذلك؛
  • قيادة و / أو المشاركة في بعثات ميدانية كبيرة ومعقدة ، بما في ذلك توفير التوجيه للاستشاريين الخارجيين والمسؤولين الحكوميين والأطراف الأخرى وصياغة ملخصات البعثات ، وما إلى ذلك ؛
  • تنسيق الأنشطة المتعلقة بتمويل الميزانية (إعداد البرامج / المشاريع وتقديمها، والتقارير المرحلية، والبيانات المالية، وما إلى ذلك) وإعداد الوثائق/التقارير ذات الصلة (إعلان التبرعات، وبرنامج العمل، والميزانية البرنامجية، وما إلى ذلك)؛
  • تقديم الدعم الفني للاجتماعات الاستشارية وغيرها من الاجتماعات والمؤتمرات وما إلى ذلك، لتشمل اقتراح مواضيع جدول الأعمال، وتحديد المشاركين، وإعداد الوثائق والعروض، وما إلى ذلك؛
  • المشاركة في توظيف وتدريب وتوجيه موظفي المشروع العاملين في إطار برنامج الوقاية العالمي في المكاتب الميدانية ذات الصلة ؛ تقديم المشورة للمدربين والخبراء وأخصائيي الكمبيوتر والاستشاريين وغيرهم من الخبراء في استعداداتهم لأنشطة المشروع والمشاركة فيها؛
  • جمع البيانات وتحليلها لتحديد الاتجاهات أو الأنماط وتقديم رؤى من خلال الرسوم البيانية والمخططات والجداول والتقارير باستخدام أساليب تصور البيانات لتمكين التخطيط المستند إلى البيانات واتخاذ القرار والعرض التقديمي وإعداد التقارير.
  • أداء واجبات أخرى متعلقة بالعمل كما هو مطلوب من قبل القسم.
Submitted on الأحد 12th مايو 2024 - 12:42

Director of Addiction Psychiatry, Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor - Stony Brook University

  • Location: الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية
  • Area of Work: Research
  • Closing date:

Suffolk County, New York, where Stony Brook University is situated, is currently facing a growing opioid epidemic. This, in addition to the other substance Use Disorders, has led to the need for a Director of Addiction Psychiatry. Stony Brook University Hospital, as well as community hospitals that are part of Stony Brook Medicine that operate NYS licensed SUD inpatient and outpatient programs, will require a coordinated effort to help address the county-wide problem.

The Director will be tasked with providing the clinical, educational and research programs for substances of abuse and coordinate efforts between hospitals and clinics. The Director will work with the Hospitals and the School of Medicine to provide comprehensive services across the spectrum. The Director will routinely collaborate with internal and external stakeholders when developing programs and moving the community toward a prevention model. The Director will be expected to recruit and retain junior and mid-level clinicians and scientists, and work collaboratively with faculty and staff at affiliated institutions.

Submitted on الخميس 25th أبريل 2024 - 13:16