Research Study Coordinator 1

Job: Research Study Coordinator 1

Back to All >

Location: Seattle, WA USA

Deadline: 05/08/2018


Sponsor: University of Washington, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences


This position will provide research, data, and administrative coordination and support to various program evaluations, research studies, and development projects within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, located off campus on Eastlake Ave. These projects are a set of related community research & evaluation projects focusing on the implementation and outcomes of the “wraparound process". Wraparound is an intensive, individualized care management process for children with serious emotional and behavioral problems and their families. Working under the general direction of a Principle Investigator & Research Manager, provides overall coordination of several significant research projects. Assists in developing research designs, data collection methods and strategies for data management. Coordinates multiple data collection efforts which may include other collaborating agencies or institutions. Recruit or oversee the recruitment and interviewing of human subjects. Writes and edits technical reports and manuscripts for publication or presentation. Provides technical assistance to users of the Wraparound Fidelity Assessment System and its associated technologies ( The person who fills this position will also work on a National Training & Technical Assistance Center grant collaboration funded by SAMHSA. The Wraparound Evaluation & Research Team (WERT) will be working in partnership with over a dozen other nationwide stakeholders in maintaining the TA Center, as well as develop and disseminate TA materials to System of Care grantees and non-grantees alike. Other projects on which this individual work will include other federally-funded projects and will include compilation, cleaning and analysis of outcomes, training satisfaction and other data from multiple sites nationally implementing Wraparound and other evidence-based practices for youth. This position may require some travel.

April 24, 2018