Implementation Science Program Assistant, The Baker Center for Children and Families
The Baker Center for Children and Families (formerly Judge Baker Children’s Center), a Harvard Medical School affiliate, is currently accepting applications for a full-time position with the Quality Care Initiative (QCI). The Baker Center is an established center of excellence for implementation, training, quality improvement, and service initiatives focused on improving behavioral health for children and adolescents. The QCI works to create access to and lasting improvements in the quality of behavioral health care and other services for all children and families through national community-based implementation and quality improvement initiatives. The Program Assistant will report to the Director of Implementation.
The Baker Center is looking for an individual who is excited about supporting a collaborative, dynamic team of professionals working to improve mental health care for youth and families. The Center offers substantial exposure and learning opportunities related to the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practices, including supporting clinical trainings and participating in organizational and community engagement activities. Individuals seeking experience in the mental health and implementation science field prior to applying to graduate school in clinical psychology or another related field are strongly encouraged to apply. A minimum two (2) year commitment is required for the position.
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