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Assistant Director of ADAPT (A Division for Advancing Prevention and Treatment)
Center for Drug Policy and Enforcement
Vacancy Number 301089
Position Type: Regular, full-time exempt position with full, competitive benefits package
Opens: 09/01/20 Closes: Open Until Filled
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications
The Assistant Director of ADAPT (A Division for Advancing Prevention & Treatment) position will report directly to the ADAPT Director to support ADAPT operations through continuous quality improvement efforts; management of ADAPT’s training and TA products, scheduling, and dissemination; provision of training and technical assistance in areas of expertise; and shared administrative responsibilities. The Assistant Director will work with the ADAPT Director to ensure ADAPT is fulfilling its stated objectives and completing all requirements in a timely and effective manner. The Assistant Director will be a direct liaison with the larger University of Baltimore academic community and support the growth and development of ADAPT as both a regional and national resource for substance use prevention. The Assistant Director will supervise the ADAPT Technical Assistance Program Manager, graduate assistants, students, and volunteers. Position is contingent upon funding.
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* Quality assurance efforts for ADAPT and its TA participants including: 1) fidelity checks for prevention evidence-based practices, 2) adherence to ADAPT policies and procedures, 3) monitoring of systems- and micro-level evaluations of ADAPT and its TA participants.
* Development, coordination and dissemination of training and technical assistance opportunities via social media, website, and other venues.
* Provision of technical assistance in areas of expertise including 1) coordination of ADAPT’s teleECHO hub and 2) training, implementation, and evaluation consultation.
* Oversight and supervision of ADAPT employees, volunteers, graduate assistants, and students.
* Monitor and reconcile financial spending for ADAPT technical assistance requests and offerings.
* Management of ADAPT’s resource tools including the Prevention Intervention Resource Center and Prevention Assessment Mapping tools.
* Integration of ADAPT into the larger University of Baltimore community. Collaborate with W/B HIDTA and UB departments to provide a connected platform for 1) preparation of the future workforce in public health and public safety and 2) collaborative achievement of similar goals.
Required and Preferred Qualifications
Education: Masters or Doctorate in a behavioral health profession such as psychology, psychiatric nursing, or counseling is required. Clinical psychology degree and subject matter expert in at least one area of substance use prevention is preferred.
Experience: At least 5 years’ related experience is required. Experience in a management or supervisory role for substance use prevention is preferred. Experience leading a teleECHO hub is preferred. Substantial expertise in the implementation, training, evaluation and financing of substance use prevention evidence-based practices across the lifespan is preferred. Experience as a project director or project investigator for federal grants is preferred. Experience with diverse practice settings including work with individuals who are justice-system involved is preferred. Experience with disseminating outcomes as demonstrated through a strong publication and presentation record is preferred.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Ideally, would be an ECHO Institute-approved administrator and licensed as a behavioral health professional such as a clinical psychologist, psychiatric nurse, or licensed clinical social worker.
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