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Number: 2380
Date: 2/17/17
Position Title: Clinical Screener/Recruiter
Project:  Community Wise
Center/Institute: Center on Community and Health Disparities Research
Location: Integrity House, Newark, NJ                
Salary: $17 per hour
Position type: Part-time, 10 hours per week (about 25% effort)

Final Date for Receipt of Applications: 3/3/17


This position requires approximately 10 hours of effort per week, on average, for a period of approximately 6 months. However, actual hours and the duration of the position may change, depending on project progress.


-   Administer clinical screening assessment to potential study participants    
-   Monitor participant safety and ensure adherence to Institutional Review Board protocol
-   Liaison with local agencies, CBOs, drug treatment programs and other organizations and institutions to identify and recruit participants for Community Wise
-   Assist in the identification of areas where appropriate participants can be found
-   Maintain records of field operations and activities
-   Perform other related duties as required


-   Master’s degree in social work, public health or a related field, or current enrollment in a Master’s level program.
-   Previous outreach or recruiting experience a plus

Special Skills:                                                                                              
-   Clinical experience with substance-using populations
-   Familiarity with Newark, NJ preferred
-   Strong organizational skills
-   Ability to work without direct supervision 
-   Knowledge of Excel preferred
-   Competence in social media is preferred

To apply online, : Click Here
Or, send cover letter and resume to:

Christina Inyang