Workforce for Student Well-Being Initiative Program Manager
The SMART Center is recruiting for a social worker with experience working in schools and certification as an Educational Staff Associate (ESA) to be the Program Manager for the new U.S. Department of Education-funded, five-year Workforce for Student Well-being (WSW) Initiative. Click here for the full announcement.
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
The SMART Center Is Seeking An Assistant Professor of Psychiatry with Expertise in School Mental Health and Implementation Science The successful candidate will contribute to several federally-funded projects, lead their own funded research, and develop and oversee the research and evaluation efforts of the SMART Center’s Training and Technical Assistance Core (TAC). Click here for the full announcement.
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral fellowship position to support multiple federally funded projects that will focus on advancing an array of federally-funded implementation research projects designed to improve the availability of high-quality social, emotional, and behavioral/mental health programming in schools. Click here for the full announcement.