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JOB TITLE: PROJECT COORDINATOR- TRAINING CENTER IN THE NATIONAL CHILD TRAUMATIC STRESS NETWORK
Child HELP Partnership (CHP) at St. John’s University is seeking a Project Coordinator for a national dissemination and training initiative.
CHP at St. John’s University was recently awarded a Treatment and Services Adaptation Center (Category II) grant by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to join the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (www.nctsn.org). The National CHP Center is training and supporting the delivery of evidence-based, culturally adapted trauma interventions for children exposed to disaster, sexual abuse, family violence, race-based trauma, COVID-19, and traumatic deaths. Through this project, major stakeholders in children’s mental health–school personnel, parents, and mental health providers–are working in partnership to create a continuum-of-care at 18 sites nationwide. The sites will be trained in CHP’s services (workshops on trauma and engagement) and interventions (Skills for Psychological Recovery, Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy).
The National CHP Center is overseen by a team of psychologists including Drs. Elissa Brown (trauma, interventions, outcomes research), Robin Goodman (grief, interventions, public education), Imad Zaheer (school-based mental health, dissemination and implementation), and Andrea Bergman (qualitative methods, emerging adulthood). The Project Coordinator reports to Dr. Brown and works with the rest of the leadership team.
The Project Coordinator is responsible for day-to-day coordination of the following training, administrative, and program evaluation tasks:
The Project Coordinator works closely with CHP leadership and staff in a supportive environment.
This is a great opportunity to:
This position will begin July 2022 and requires a two-year commitment due to the time spent on training of new staff. Work hours are Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm.
If interested, please apply and include a resume and cover letter. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Elissa Brown (email@example.com) and Sophia Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Child HELP Partnership (CHP) is designed to protect and heal children and caregivers from trauma and its emotional impact. Founded in 2001, CHP is nationally recognized as a leading source for evidence-based mental health treatment and prevention of childhood trauma. The CHP team delivers free therapy in our clinic and online for children and their parents. In addition, CHP offers educational trainings to parents, other adults caring for children, and mental health professionals. Parents and caregivers are empowered with strategies to prevent trauma. Clinicians across the country are empowered with scientifically-sound therapies that mitigate the impact of trauma
All persons hired are required to be vaccinated and boosted against the COVID-19 virus, subject to the reasonable accommodation provisions of applicable law.
This position may be relocated to any of St. John’s University’s physical locations at any time
St. John’s offers a competitive compensation program which is commensurate with your qualifications, experience, and contingent upon the departmental budget. We also offer an extremely comprehensive benefits program to meet the diverse needs of our workforce. Along with exceptional benefits such as medical, dental, life insurance, long term disability insurance, tuition remission, generous 403(b) employer contribution, employee assistance program, and liberal paid time off policies, faculty and staff can also enjoy St. John’s performing arts, libraries, bookstores, dining facilities, campus recreation and sporting events.
Any offer of employment is subject to receipt by St. John’s University of satisfactory references, verification of employment and education.
St. John’s University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from women and minorities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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