CHDI is looking to expand our team. We are seeking candidates with the education, experience, and dedication to contribute to effective policies, systems, and practices that improve children's health and well-being.
We are currently looking to hire for the following positions:
Senior Project Coordinator: The selected candidate will work on projects related to systems of care implementation and sustainability in community-based children’s behavioral health. The Senior Project Coordinator will be responsible for directing activities for the CONNECT grant as the Project Director, working closely with state agency leaders, reporting to federal funders, collaborating with other initiative partners and subcontractors, coordinating training/technical support activities, and managing all deliverables and budgets. Click here to read the job description and application instructions.
Postdoctoral Fellowship: The selected candidate will work on one or more initiatives focused on improving children’s behavioral health in Connecticut. These include working in the areas of dissemination and sustainment of evidence-based interventions, quality improvement of children’s behavioral health services, developing trauma-informed systems and programs, and/or school-based behavioral health initiatives. Click here to read the job description and application instructions.
CHDI is committed to providing equal access to our employment environment and ensures that all employment-related decisions are in accord with the principles of equal opportunity.