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Job Title: Technology Transfer Stimulant Specialist (TTSS)
Status: Independent Contractor (M-F) Compensation Range: $68,000 – $73,000
The Danya Institute is expanding seeking to hire a highly-motivated and experienced program specialist as a consultant to fill its new Technology Transfer Stimulant Specialist (TTSS) for the Opioid Response Network. This position will be part of a team responsible for the planning, development, and implementation of training and technical assistance (T/TA) services related to the treatment of stimulant use disorders for in the HHS 3 Region 3 Central East (Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia). The TTS will implement quality assurance processes to ensure the provision of training and technical assistance and request deliverables; identify subject matter experts; and assisting with wide-ranging project activities including, research, manage data collection, and virtual hosting. The TTSS will serve as a Stimulant Expert and contact/liaison with local State Agencies in support of their stimulant related initiatives. This position is 100% funded through a contract and is contingent upon available funding.
Location: Remotely from HHS Region 3 states Travel: Occasional travel to Silver Spring, Maryland, and HHS Region states, post COVID-19 restrictions.
Job Title: Training and Technical Assistance Manager
Status: Full-time (M-F)/ Salaried Salary Range: $61,786 – $68,000
Under the direction of the Project Director of the Central East Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC), the Training and Technical Assistance Manager (TAM) serves as the point of contact for all training/technical assistance (T/TA) activities for the PTTC. This position is 100% funded through a cooperative agreement and is contingent upon available funding. The TAM will work closely with Directors to leads large-scale and specialized consultation, training, and coaching efforts on substance abuse prevention interventions and other topics relevant to substance use disorders (SUDs). Responsibilities include but are not limited to: implementing quality assurance processes to ensure the provision of training and technical assistance and contract deliverables; identify key trainings to implement, design the most complex curricula, evaluate, and develop tools to better assess training and other workforce development activities; and assisting with wide-ranging project activities including, research, manage data collection, and virtual hosting. Additionally, the TAM coordinates the flow of information from multiple sources, prioritizes activities, coordinates responses, and ensures the appropriate follow-up of assigned tasks. This position is 100% funded through a contract and is contingent upon available funding.
The Danya Institute is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, or protected veteran status.