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The Fletcher Group takes pride in hiring the industry’s finest talent to enhance the quality and capacity of recovery housing and recovery services in rural America.

Send your contact info, resume, and cover letter with the specific position you are applying for to the following email address.

mday@fletchergroup.org

Working At The Fletcher Group

The Fletcher Group is a not-for-profit formed in 2018 with the following mission:

Research and promote effective practices and public policy to improve health and well-being with a focus on addictive and lifestyle diseases, including Substance Use Disorders and other lifestyle chronic diseases.

In 2018, with funding from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration, the Fletcher Group created the Fletcher Group Rural Center Of Excellence to provide rural communities with the technical assistance, training, and research needed to expand the accessibility and quality of recovery housing as well as other programs and services supporting individuals with a Substance Use Disorder (SUD).

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Values

Because they shape our behavior and actions, values will be, as you fulfill your responsibilities, of critical importance to your success and ours.

We are currently recruiting for the following HRSA-funded positions.

Research Coordinators/Assistant (Full-time)

Assist research staff and policy analyst in carrying out defined projects. A significant aspect of these positions is to conduct literature reviews, search for policies and procedures related to recovery housing, support data collection activities, format and prepare reports and manuscripts. Responsibilities also include structure interview questions formatting and layout, recruit and follow-up with respondents for defined studies, support analysis of survey data, univariant and bivariant analysis, and summarize and maintain accurate records of interviews.

This position collaborates with other research and FGI team members across the U.S. Candidates must be able to demonstrate communication skills (oral, written, business) necessary to function effectively in a virtual work environment with internal and external clients, and work across time zones efficiently.  Familiarity with Institutional Review Boards (IRB) preferred.

Outreach and Engagement Specialist (Full-time)

Engages in outreach activities in rural communities to engage a wide range of stakeholders to expand on current community efforts, or promote development of new community initiatives, for prevention and intervention programs addressing opioid use disorders and other substance use disorders. A specific focus is establishing rural recovery residencies and addressing challenges of corrections and criminal justice in rural communities’ response to individuals experiencing homelessness and/or substance use.

This position collaborates with FGI team members across the U.S. Candidates must be able to demonstrate communication skills (oral, written, business) necessary to function effectively in a virtual work environment with internal and external clients, and work across time zones efficiently.  This position requires candidates to be able to work independently, with other team members, and facilitate project specific activities focused expanding capacity and quality of rural recovery housing.  Experience in social services, Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment, housing, or related industry preferred, not required. 

Clearing House Coordinator (Full-time)

A focus on rural RH, this position will facilitate coordination with the other Centers of Excellence to convening a national advisory broad to define scope, type of data and materials to be housed in a clearing house, location of the clearing house. The person will carry out activities as identified by the advisory board and facilitate communications between board members.  In addition, the position coordination with RCORP-TA and other National Stakeholders.

Technical Writer (Full-time) 

Primary focus to develop and promote best practice for rural RH as well as rural community stakeholders and community-based organizations, including public health and criminal justice to enhance capacity to address OUD/SUD in rural communities. Activities are directed to all RCOE collaborative projects: 1) clearing house publications–rural RH toolkits, informational and resource materials; 2) Stigma toolkits for rural RH operators; 3) COVID-19 and Vaccine Confidence resource materials. FGI activities 1) preparing and promoting resource materials on how to implement a RH in a specific state; 2) preparing and promoting resource materials on best practices for rural recovery houses.

This position collaborates with FGI team members across the U.S. Candidates must be able to demonstrate communication skills (oral, written, business) necessary to function effectively in a virtual work environment with internal and external clients, and work across time zones efficiently.  Samples of Technical Writing will be requested.  This position requires candidates to be able to work independently and with subject matter experts.

The Fletcher Group is an equal opportunity employer.

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