Hiring a doctoral level faculty will help us to expand, analyze, and translate our unique contributions to the anti-trafficking and global mental health field through studies and evaluations, peer reviewed literature demonstrating our evidence-based models, and by bringing our work to national and international meetings, conferences, and training workshops. We are seeking an expert on culturally informed service provision and community outreach and will bring this lens in analyzing our programs and those of our partners.
Faculty will be responsible for ongoing and new academic collaborations with local schools of social work and graduate schools of psychology while leading efforts in developing, expanding, and assisting with primary, secondary, and tertiary anti-trafficking and violence prevention programs in the community. Faculty will study the impact of treatment, outcome, prognosis, recidivism, resilience and post traumatic rehabilitation of our patients and clients of community partners impacted by trafficking, torture or refugees/asylees. Additionally, s/he will continue to build global relationships for clinical capacity building, eco-mapping, consultation, and partnerships in high risk areas of trafficking and violence with displaced and marginalized communities including, but not limited to, post disaster, post war, and refugee camp communities.