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Research Coordinator

Research Department | Baltimore, MD | Full Time

Job Description

Maryland Treatment Centers (MTC) / Mountain Manor  – Baltimore MD

Clinical Research Coordinator

MTC is seeking a full time Research Coordinator for cutting edge clinical research projects investigating pharmacological and behavioral interventions for opioid use disorder. Maryland Treatment Centers is an established regional behavioral health provider focused on clinical excellence, innovation, and scholarship. We offer a full continuum for the treatment of addictions and co-occurring disorders with a special focus on opioid use disorder. Located in West Baltimore at 3800 Frederick Avenue.


In addition to Mountain Manor’s primary clinical operations, we have an enthusiastic research team and a 20-year legacy of conducting clinical research on addictions and co-occurring disorders. Collaborators have included investigators from Friends Research Institute, Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland Baltimore, University of Maryland Baltimore County, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, and Dartmouth College. We have also conducted trials with partners at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) through the Clinical Trials Network (CTN).


Responsibilities include:

  • Coordination of and participation in all aspects of the research process for existing and upcoming clinical trials including:
    • Recruitment efforts such as advertising and screening potential participants
    • Interfacing and collaborating with existing clinical teams at the study site within a complex community addictions treatment setting
    • Participant enrollment
    • Participant tracking throughout the study
    • Data collection
    • Data entry, maintenance, and quality assurance
    • data analysis and interpretation
    • Opportunities to participate in teaching and dissemination
  • Supervision of research assistants
  • Travel to other study sites in order to perform job functions


  • Master’s degree in psychology, public health, or a related scientific field required
  • One year of experience in managing clinical trials research required
  • Demonstrated competence in oral and written communication
  • Clinical experience, interest, and licensure (e.g., LCPC, LCSW) preferred
  • Experience working in behavioral health, and especially addiction-related settings preferred