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Autism Healthcare ECHO at IUSM/IUH (HANDS in Autism®)

The project for which Project Coordinators and Community Engagement Associates (CEAs) will support – Autism Healthcare ECHO at IUSM/IUH – involves the systematic development and facilitated delivery of a culturally responsive tele-mentoring program that employs a data-driven, community-engaged curriculum using the established Project ECHO1 (Project ECHO; Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) platform for content delivery. Piloting of Autism Project ECHO, among a self-selected cohort of healthcare providers serving individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), is directed towards improved perceptions, attitudes, knowledge and use of culturally responsive, evidence-based practices (EBPs) essential to successful outcomes and reduced disparities and inequities in healthcare delivery with ASD. 

Across both positions, the following skills, experience, knowledge and disposition are sought:

  • Skills: proficiency in oral and written language, strong attention to detail, ability to draft and follow procedures and protocols to maintain adherence of programming and setup for sustainability of processes,
  • Experience: IRB protocols and procedures, data collection and management, data representation, scholarly and non-scholarly writing,
  • Knowledge: foundational knowledge in disabilities or public health, basic level statistics, oral and written language (e.g., Speech, English) proficiencies,
  • Disposition: awareness of and direction towards professional goals, positive and collaborative among team members, hardworking and organized.

Autism Project ECHO through HANDS in Autism® is seeking

Project Coordinator (part-time staff, 20 hours/week):

HANDS in Autism® is seeking an individual interested in a part-time position as a Project Coordinator for the Autism Healthcare ECHO at the HANDS in Autism® Center.  Applicants may have undergraduate or graduate degrees with skills in oral and written communication, organization, problem solving, and Office computer programs to be successful in this position.  Previous experience in project coordination is a bonus. Students in good standing are welcome to apply for this part-time role.  Please contact Dr. Naomi Swiezy, Ph.D. directly at nswiezy@iupui.edu with stated interest and resume.

Specific tasks in this role may include:

  • coordination among project team members and subject matter experts as part of CME application and review,
  • payment and communications with project participants and SMEs,
  • targeted recruitment among IU Health communities statewide,
  • preparation, communications, and conduct of the tele-mentoring sessions,
  • community-engaged messaging and dissemination over the course of the project, and
  • procedures and protocols in support of and alongside the PD/PI and Co-I.

Coordination Assistant (undergraduate level standing, 15 hours/week):

The Coordination Assistant will support the Project Coordinator, Project Manager, Co-I, and PD/PI by assisting in:

  • coordination among project team members and subject matter experts as part of CME application and review,
  • payment and communications with project participants and SMEs,
  • targeted recruitment among IU Health communities statewide,
  • preparation, communications, and conduct of the tele-mentoring sessions,
  • community-engaged messaging and dissemination over the course of the project, and
  • procedures and protocols in support of and alongside the PD/PI and Co-I.

Research Assistant (graduate level standing, 15 hours/week):

Job Name: CEA Program: Autism Project ECHO Research Assistant

Job #: 5722749

The Research Assistant will support the Project Coordinator, Project Manager, Co-I, and PD/PI by:

  • work with the PD/PI and Co-I to draft and submit the IRB protocol and related documents,
  • work with the biostatistics data manager, research specialist,  PD/PI and Co-I as part of project setup and coordination to allow for accessible data collection, collation and representation conducive to ongoing and preliminary analyses and dissemination over the course of the project,
  • community-engaged messaging and dissemination over the course of the project, and
  • procedures and protocols in support of and alongside the PD/PI and Co-I.


Coordinated Care Technician

Reports to: HANDS Administrators

Works in collaboration with: Care Coordinator; Community Trainers; other HANDS providers/staff

Responsibilities:

  • Data collection across settings
  • Data entry, preparation and review of assessment and treatment materials
  • Preparation of materials and supports for home and community-based visits
  • General support to the care coordination team
  • Fluent Spanish/certification to translate is strongly desired

Qualifications:

  • Minimum a bachelor’s degree in psychology, special education, social work, or related human services field
  • Interest in providing services for individuals with developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), intellectual disabilities (ID), dual diagnoses and concomitant severe behavioral and mental health symptoms.

Job Number: 299198


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