Research Scientist

Responsibilities Apply advanced statistical, scientific and technical expertise to implement clinical and institutional research projects to advance the mission of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Disseminate results through verbal and/or written reports, white papers, scholarly publications and conference presentations. Lead a team comprised of Research Assistants, a Librarian, and other research department staff as assigned to ensure that all projects proceed in a timely and efficient manner. Serve as a research faculty member within the Graduate School, participating in committees and teams, as assigned, and teaching the research course. Conduct research projects to fulfill the organization's strategic and operational goals Secure funding to support research Report, publish, present, and disseminate research results Provide leadership and supervision to Research Assistants and other research department staff to ensure that all projects proceed in a timely and efficient manner Collaborate with other internal and/or external researchers Serve as a research faculty member in the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies Assure a safe and secure environment for patients, staff, guests and visitors.  Maintain privacy, security, and confidentiality for all patients (past and present, based on federal and state regulations and Hazelden policies   Qualifications Required Qualifications: Doctoral degree in clinical psychology or related field completed within a scientist or scientist practitioner program Completed doctoral level coursework in research design, methodology, and advanced statistics Minimum of 2 years of psychosocial treatment research activity  Excellent written and verbal skills   Preferred Qualifications: Prior supervision and leadership experience Current professional license (i.e., Psychology) 2018-6892
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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