About CHDI

Job Opportunities

CHDI was named one of the Best Places to Work in Connecticut

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CHDI is looking to expand our team. We are seeking candidates with the dedication and demonstrated ability to contribute to effective policies, systems, and practices that improve children's behavioral health and well-being. 

CURRENT OPENINGS
 
  • Project Coordinator for Youth and Family Engagement - The Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) is seeking a Project Coordinator to work on youth and family engagement projects related to school and community-based systems of care implementation and sustainability in children’s behavioral health. CHDI works to improve the quality of behavioral health services for Connecticut children and serves as the statewide Coordinating Center for the Connecting Children and Families to Care Initiative (CONNECT) and the School-Based Diversion Initiative (SBDI).
  • Senior Project Coordinator/Project Coordinator - The Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) is seeking a Senior Project Coordinator or Project Coordinator to work on projects related to evidence-based practice dissemination and quality improvement initiatives in children’s behavioral health programs. 
  • Project Coordinator/Senior Project Coordinator - Workforce Development - The Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) is seeking a Senior Project Coordinator or Project Coordinator to work on projects related to strengthening Connecticut’s children’s behavioral health system, and improving the supply, recruitment, retention, competencies and diversity of its workforce. 
  • Project Coordinator School Based InitiativesThe Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) is seeking a Project Coordinator to work on the School-Based Diversion Initiative (SBDI) and other projects related to development, implementation, and sustainability of comprehensive school mental health initiatives. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for project management activities, coordination of trainings and grant meetings, program implementation, and quality improvement activities in the school mental health program area. 

CHDI is committed to providing equal access to our employment environment and ensues that  all employment-related decisions are in accord with the principles of equal opportunity.

 
CHDI’s core values of anti-racism, respect, accountability, collaboration, and equitable action have been intentionally and collaboratively designed to reflect the culture we strive to embody and the ways that we approach our work.  Learn more about CHDI's commitment to anti-racism and equity.