We are seeking a full-time postdoctoral fellow to work on a large Department of Defense grant to develop and test a brief telephone-delivered motivational enhancement intervention for military personnel who are not currently in treatment and who report symptoms of PTSD at the University of Washington Innovative Programs Research Group (IPRG).
This is a twelve month appointment with the option to renew for a 2nd year, contingent upon funding. The intended start date is late spring or summer 2019.
The Senior Fellow will oversee all components of the study, with particular emphasis on the development and implementation of the data collection, management, and analysis functions.
He/she will supervise the assessor for the purpose of ensuring adherence to assessment, tracking, and data management protocols.
The Project Director will assist in the supervision of the Counselors for the purpose of ensuring adherence to the therapy manuals.
Working with the study investigators, the he/she will conduct data analyses using appropriate statistical strategies.
The Senior Fellow will prepare regular and periodic status reports concerning participant enrollment, attendance, attrition and retention, and tracking. He/she will also hold key responsibilities in data analyses pertaining to the aims and research questions associated with the study.
Candidates should have solid research training, including evidence of scholarly productivity and some background in cognitive-behavioral therapy or motivational interviewing. Postdoctoral fellows should have completed their Ph.D. The start of the position is negotiable, with a desired start date in Spring/Summer of 2019.
Please submit a CV, three letters of recommendation, and cover letter describing research and training experience.
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