Join the Integrated Prevention Advisory Group
The Army I-PAG is hiring professionals for various positions to support critical efforts to prevent self-harm behavior, substance abuse, sexual harassment and sexual assault across the service. Check USAJOBS.Gov for vacancies and more information. Recruitment and/or relocation/student-loan-repayment incentives may be included.
Supervisory Prevention Specialist
Serve as a supervisory prevention specialist responsible for oversight of integrated primary prevention workforce staff and overall responsibility for successful coordination and execution of comprehensive primary prevention efforts through coalitions and partnerships.
Prevention Evaluation Specialist
Oversee the evaluation of all primary prevention activities, including the development of effective data collection methods, monitoring systems and reporting systems.
Prevention Integrator (Multidisciplinary)
Serve as a senior adviser and consultant for integrated primary prevention, with responsibility for integrating, overseeing, planning and evaluating the United States Army Reserve (USAR) primary prevention efforts. Analyze USAR primary prevention-related plans and prepare specific analyses crossing all program director areas of interest.
Prevention Integrator (Substance Abuse)
Serves as the primary prevention integrator, with primary responsibility of integrating primary prevention, overseeing, planning and evaluating the U.S. Army Reserve’s (USAR) primary prevention efforts pertaining to substance abuse behavior.
Prevention Integrator (Self-harm Behavior)
Serves as the primary prevention integrator, with primary responsibility of integrating primary prevention, overseeing, planning and evaluating the U.S. Army Reserve’s (USAR) primary prevention efforts pertaining to violent behaviors and self-harm behavior.
Prevention Implementation Specialist
Serves as a prevention implementation specialist, assisting in implementing at-risk-behavior prevention activities within assigned organization designed to improve and enhance the readiness of the Army workforce.
This position serves as an investigative analyst and criminal intelligence subject-matter expert (SME) at Headquarters, Department of the Army, for the prevention workforce director. Conducts analyses that assist in the detection of harmful behaviors, crime trends, modus operandi, crime conducive conditions and quality-of-life matters; provides statistical data for use in planning the most effective use of prevention resources.