Project Technician, Grade 16
Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc. - New York, NY

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DESCRIPTION

Part time (40%) Project Technician for a 2-year
clinical research study.

DUTIES

The Project Technician will be responsible for leading structured interventions for young adults attending a vocational training and support program in midtown Manhattan. Interventions are conducted in small groups and focus on developing skills needed for
work success.

Other responsibilities may include assisting with administrative duties pertaining to grant management.

The majority of research activities will be carried out at a Manhattan midtown based organization. Training and supervision for conducting interventions will be ongoing.

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field with at least one year experience in an appropriate field; prefer Master's degree in an appropriate field. Applicants should have experience with psychiatric populations in either a clinical or research context. Knowledge of adult neuropsychological assessment is preferred but not required.

This position involves regular and substantial contact with children. The successful candidate will be screened through the New York State Central Child Abuse Register prior to assuming any duties that will involve contact with children. There is a $25.00 fee for this service which must be paid by the successful candidate.

The Research Foundation is a private not-for-profit corporation and is not an agency or instrumentality of the State of New York. Employees of the Research Foundation are not state employees, do not participate in any state retirement system and do not receive state fringe benefits. Excellent benefits package, AA/EEO Employer.

Applications will only be accepted through website at: http://corporate.rfmh.org then click on Employment Opportunities. Applications will be accepted only during the posting dates as listed at the top of the job announcement.
The Project Technician will be responsible for leading structured interventions for young adults attending a vocational training and support program in midtown Manhattan. Interventions are conducted in small groups and focus on developing skills needed for
work success.

Other responsibilities may include assisting with administrative duties pertaining to grant management.

The majority of research activities will be carried out at a Manhattan midtown based organization. Training and supervision for conducting interventions will be ongoing.