The Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine is seeking a full-time Clinical Instructor to work within the Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health's Institute for Best Practices. The Institute for Best Practices provides training, consultation, and evaluations in support of evidence-based practices across North Carolina and beyond, with specific emphasis on Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of supported employment, and other community-based housing support teams.
This position will serve as a Consultant/Trainer within the Institute for Best Practices. Job duties will include providing remote and onsite coaching and support to teams in the field to enhance practice; assisting with both remote and onsite program fidelity evaluations; developing written reports that entail quality improvement feedback to providers; and assisting other trainers in developing training curriculum and delivering training both in-person and virtually (e.g., webinars).
Successful candidates will have direct experience providing, and/or leading, community-based teams. Successful candidates will have a strong interpersonal style that facilitates stakeholder engagement, and is person-centered, strength-based, and recovery-oriented. Successful candidates will have strong writing skills and time management skills. This position will require some in-state travel. The Institute for Best Practices office is located in Carrboro, NC; however remote candidates are encouraged to apply as there is the option to operate remotely. Candidates located in central and eastern North Carolina are encouraged to apply.
Education and Experience:
Experience in conducting program evaluations, including fidelity reviews, as well as offering training/consultation is highly desired. The Institute for Best Practices continues to strive to have a compliment of trainers and consultants with a range of experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives. Candidates that meet the above qualifications and have or had certification as a peer support specialist are strongly encouraged to apply.
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