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Northwest ATTC is currently accepting applications for a new Technology Transfer Specialist position, to coordinate our center’s workforce development efforts in Oregon and Idaho.

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Located within the UW School of Medicine, the Addiction, Drug & Alcohol Institute (ADAI) has housed the Northwest ATTC since 2017.  The Northwest ATTC is a SAMHSA-funded regional workforce development center that serves the training and technical assistance needs of the addiction workforce in HHS Region 10, encompassing the great states of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.  As a UW employee, the successful applicant will enjoy outstanding benefits, professional growth opportunities, and access to unique resources in an environment noted for diversity, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits and natural beauty.

As the Northwest ATTC Technology Transfer Specialist for Oregon/Idaho, the successful applicant will:

•   Meet regularly with representatives of Oregon and Idaho Single State Authorities (SSAs) and other key stakeholders to develop state-specific projects and activities.
•   Coordinate and provide direct educational and consultative services for behavioral health organizations and the staff they employ, in areas of demonstrated subject matter expertise such as Clinical Supervision; Motivational Interviewing; Recovery Oriented Systems of Care; and Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment
•   Assist in the development and coordination of Northwest ATTC-sponsored training and technical assistance programs, and disseminate information about them to the regional workforce.
•   Help maintain an interstate, multi-disciplinary network of project collaborators, and establish relationships with other regional training and technical assistance efforts.
•   Represent Northwest ATTC at local, state, and regional meetings and conferences


The Technology Transfer Specialist is an 80% FTE position, for which the following are prerequisites:

  • Graduate Degree in a Health Services Field
  • 2+ years Direct Clinical Service and/or Supervision of Service Providers
  • Familiarity with planning, coordinating and delivering educational processes and events.
  • Demonstrated Capability to Provide Educational and Consultative Services in Core Health Service Topics for providers serving persons with substance use disorders (e.g., MI, SBIRT, TIC, Clinical Supervision)


We are accepting applications from interested, qualified persons located anywhere in HHS Region 10.  Thanks in advance for your interest, and/or referral of interested colleagues.

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