Director, Adult Clinical Program Development (Remote Position)
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Equip is a virtual program helping families recover from eating disorders at home with comprehensive, gold-standard care created by experts in the field and people in recovery. Equip’s five-person care teams include dietitians, physicians, therapists, and mentors who deliver wrap-around support to provide families healing and lasting recovery.
We created Equip to increase access to evidence-based treatment for all people affected by eating disorders. In line with this mission, we are committed to partnering closely with insurance companies and ensuring our team, patients, treatment, and brand reflect the diversity of those affected by eating disorders.
About the Role:
The Director of Adult Program Development will be an experienced mental health clinician responsible for development and oversight of adult treatment programs at Equip. You will report to the VP Clinical Programs and collaborate to build evidence-based programs that support adults in reaching full recovery from their eating disorders.
The best candidate for this position will have experience in the treatment of adults with eating disorders using evidence-based treatments. You will use data to guide decisions on treatment approaches to implement with adults and will collaborate with Research teams to continue to use data to improve treatments and ensure they are meeting patients’ needs. Above all, you are someone who is motivated by the ultimate goal of delivering high quality evidence-based treatments for eating disorders so that everyone can achieve lasting recovery.
Competitive salaries and bonuses, flexible hours from home, flexible time-off, health benefits, career development opportunities, and exciting team retreats are among the myriad benefits you'll experience while working at Equip.
Equip is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.