The University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Social Work (SSW) has an opening for a Clinical Research Specialist to work in the Ruth Young Center for Children and Families. The Clinical Research Specialist will work collaboratively on the Maryland Human Trafficking Initiative between SSW and the Governor’s Office for Crime Control and Prevention (GOCCP). This position is responsible for providing the highest technical expertise to research programs and evaluate services, perform studies and/or projects, and oversee research activities.
The Maryland Human Trafficking Initiative for Children and Youth is led by the Ruth Young Center for Families and Children (RYC) at the SSW, in partnership with the Maryland Human Trafficking Task Force, Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention, the Maryland Department of Human Resources, the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Project partners include the SAFE Center, Maryland Administrative Office of the Courts, Healthy Teen Network, TurnAround, Inc., and the Baltimore Child Abuse Center.