The academic research supporting Safe Streets & Second Chances is being conducted through Florida State University. We’re looking for talented researchers and project managers with a passion for criminal justice reform to join our team. Learn more about our current job opportunities below!
Reentry Project Manager
Each of the four states will have a project manager position that will oversee the research team. The project manager is responsible for ensuring that the study and practice protocol are strictly adhered to in the state. The project manager will closely supervise the state-based research and practice team. The project manager will ensure that the state level team is carrying out all phases of study protocol as required by the Florida State University Institutional Review Board to ensure compliance with protection of human subjects.
Reentry Program Specialist
The Reentry Program Specialist is responsible for coordinating and implementing reentry services with participants returning from prison to the community. Duties include developing and implementing treatment plans, including utilizing evidence-based interventions. The individual must possess a demonstrated ability to work in a highly collaborative environment. Over time, the Reentry Program Specialist will be responsible for supervising masters level social work practicum students and providing clinically related supervision.
Clinical Research Associate
The clinical research associate is responsible for ensuring that implementation of services is occurring as originally designed and that any changes that occur only occur with position of oversight team. Duties include reviewing assessment and treatment plans, monitoring the use of evidence-driven interventions, and providing feedback and training to practitioners. The individual must possess a demonstrated ability to work in a highly collaborative environment. Over time, the clinical research associate may be responsible for supervising masters level social work practicum students and providing related supervision.
Research and Assessment Specialist
The Research & Assessment Specialist position involves interviewing prisoners and those recently released from prison who are part of the randomized control trial of the 5 Key Model for Reentry Program. This person will be responsible for administering informed consent to prisoners, their families and social service workers; conducting face-to-face computer assisted personal interviews with study participants to administer behavioral health measures and clinical assessments; tracking and maintaining contact with study participants for up to 20 months after their release from prison; and carrying out all phases of study protocol as required by the Florida State University Institutional Review Board to ensure compliance with protection of human subjects.