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- Combination private/state/federal contract funds, temporary, part-time, non-tenure track, annually renewable based on performance, operational needs, and/or funding availability. Position will start at 2.5% FTE and is eligible for an increase of FTE up to 100% based on operational needs and funding availability. To begin approximately June 2018, pending position clearance and availability of funds. First review begins ten (10) working days from posting date; with continuous recruitment until filled.
- Teach/train/mentor undergraduate students, medical students (e.g., problem-based learning), residents, graduate and post-graduate students, research assistants/associates, and/or junior faculty, with focus on well-being/mental health or related field (e.g., positive youth/family development) with emphasis on prevention/intervention, mixed methods, program evaluation, health disparities, evidence-based approaches, dissemination, legislation/policy, health-based extramural funding.
- Implement, oversee daily community liaison, education/training, research, program evaluation, dissemination, policy, and/or grant-/contract-preparation support activities related to well-being/mental health. This includes programmatic and/or administrative responsibilities (e.g., budgetary/fiscal, personnel).
- Work effectively with schools/communities, agencies/organizations (e.g., youth/family), policy-makers, and other professionals in prevention/intervention, evaluation/research, dissemination, and extramural grants/contracts, including with ethnic populations (e.g., Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders, Asian Americans) and people from different professions.
- Assist and lead in dissemination efforts (including data analyses involving mixed methods, publication of scientific peer-reviewed journal articles), and extramural grant/contract pursuits.
- Fulfill other faculty duties/responsibilities of the Department of Psychiatry as assigned.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Doctorate in social sciences/public health related to prevention/intervention at the community-based level.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively interact with, teach, train, supervise, mentor, and/or collaborate/partner with a variety of individuals, including community members, agency/organizational personnel, practitioners, students/trainees, and junior researchers/faculty.
- Demonstrated scholarly achievement (e.g., presentations, publications, extramural grant/contract involvement).
- Experience overseeing/managing/implementing programmatic and evaluation/research projects working with schools/communities, agencies/organizations, practitioners/professionals, students, academicians, and/or members of government/legislative entities. This includes experience working with diverse stakeholders in the area of positive youth/family development and community engagement/partnership.
- Experience with basic technology (e.g., e-mail, Internet), Microsoft Office programs (e.g., Word,
- Excel, PowerPoint), and software programs to analyze quantitative data (e.g., Excel, SPSS).
- Certification in protection of human subjects.
- Demonstrated record of excellent evaluations on teaching of students and other trainees.
- Experience working directly with schools/communities/agencies in Hawai‘i, including youth-family-oriented ones.
- Demonstrated experience/involvement in extramurally funded evaluation/research.
- Scientific peer-reviewed publications in journals, including those related to well-being/mental health, positive youth/family development, and/or cross-cultural issues.
- Demonstrated experience working with Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and Asian American populations and the ability to be culturally sensitive.
- Earl Hishinuma, Ph.D.; 808-586-5906; HishinumaE@dop.hawaii.edu
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