We are opening up a full time, Research Study Assistant role (and possibly more positions) through WSU to work in collaboration with the UW HaRRT Center and the Seattle Indian Health Board on our Harm Reduction Talking Circles (HaRTC) project.
The Research Study Assistant will be responsible for answering our study hotline, meeting with community partners and behavioral health treatment sites; ordering, managing and shipping materials to sites; and conducting repeated study interviews with participants regarding their sense of cultural connection, their alcohol use and related harm and their health-related quality of life. Spokane-based people are urged to apply; however, there may be some opportunity for remote/teleworking for people living in Washington State.
We are looking forward to talking to applicants who have experience working in Native communities, care deeply about the Native community and are excited to support a more culturally aligned and acceptance-based way forward to working with people experiencing alcohol-related harm. Please forward the job description link below to your respective networks.
Interested applicants should additionally submit a CV and letter of interest to Dr. Lonnie Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-The HaRTC Team