Job Title: Staff Clinician
PVN ID: HC-1907-003166
Category: Research

Key Features

PRIDE Health Research Consortium
Part Time
Depends on Qualifications
Closing Date
Nov 29, 2019 (Or Until Filled)


Job Description

General Description

Promoting Resiliency, Intersectionality, Diversity, and Equity (PRIDE) in Health Research Consortium of Hunter College, City University of New York, is hiring for a part-time Staff Clinician with experience in the areas of HIV/AIDS, sexual health and substance use. The mission of PRIDE ( is to support research to understand the structural, social, and psychological determinants of health disparities for sexual and gender minority (SGM) communities, to investigate the role of gender and sexuality in health, and to design and implement empirically-supported interventions to reduce disparities among these communities in pursuit of health equity.

 Staff Clinician: 

The part-time Staff Clinician (20 hours/week) will be responsible for delivering Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Interventions in NIH-funded trials focusing on sexual behavioral health, substance use, and HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment.  The Staff Clinician will also work as part of the PRIDE coding team and code intervention sessions for treatment fidelity. Finally, the Staff Clinician will work closely with the Deputy Clinical Director and Project Directors on day-to-day operations and will provide administrative assistance on study-related tasks as needed.


To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume. Only those applicants who are selected for interviews will be directly contacted.

PRIDE  is  an  equal  opportunity  employer  and  we  strongly  encourage  applications  from  individuals  from  diverse  backgrounds,  including  racial/ethnic , sexual and/or gender minorities.

Other Duties


  • A Master’s degree in a mental health field (e.g., Psychology or Mental Health Counseling), with supervised treatment hours counting towards licensure offered to competitive candidates
  • Familiarity with Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is strongly preferred
  • Previous experience providing counseling or support services to LGBTQ populations, providing substance use treatment, and experience with issues related to sexuality and sexual health is highly desired
  • An ability to work independently while managing multiple tasks
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to work as part of an interdisciplinary team including Principle Investigators, research staff, graduate students, and the rest of the clinical team
  • Bilingual applicants (Spanish and English) are strongly encouraged to apply