Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of The American College of Psychiatrists 2023 Annual Meeting
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Faculty position at Washington University St Louis
Washington University WashU Psychiatry is looking for individuals who want to make a positive impact in clinical work or research.
Please reach out to me (Eric Lenze, chair of Psychiatry) if you might be interested in a faculty position at one of the top departments in the country.
Director of the UCSF General Psychiatry Residency Training Program
UCSF The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (DPBS) is seeking a Director for our ACGME-accredited general residency training program.
The training director leads a residency dedicated to developing the next generation of leaders in academic and public psychiatry. The general adult residency program admits 16 applicants per year. The overarching purpose of the Director of the residency training program is to develop and implement innovative models of training, curriculum development, and scholarship at UCSF. The program includes multiple sites, including UCSF Health, the San Francisco VA Health Care System, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, and our community-based sites. The department, including all our training programs are deeply committed to social justice, diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism.
Child Psychiatrist—Pediatric Academic Medical Center
Nemours Children’s Health Child psychiatrist needed for combination of inpatient and ambulatory practices in an excellent academic high reliability tertiary/quaternary care pediatric hospital. Work with world class physicians and staff in a high functioning pediatric academic medical center. This medium-sized hospital center is on an estate situated between 2 major northeast cities. And this position will provide for solid, sustainable career development through mentorship, specialization and expansion of services.
Director of Neuropsychiatry
Cleveland Clinic The Cleveland Clinic’s Neurological Institute announces a search for a Director of Neuropsychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry and Psychology. The Department is one of four departments within the Neurological Institute (the other three are the Departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation). A new Center of Neuropsychiatry will be established to complement the existing Centers of Adult Behavioral Health, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and Alcohol and Drug Recovery that fold under the Department of Psychiatry and Psychology.
This Endowed Chair leadership position in Neuropsychiatry will guide and mentor the Department of Psychiatry and Psychology in endeavors that transcend clinical and research activities with key Neurological Institutes stakeholders, including Center for Brain Health, Epilepsy Center, Multiple Sclerosis Center, Center for Comprehensive Pain Recovery, and Center for Neurological Restoration (Movement Disorders). Advanced behavioral health therapies, including neuromodulation, will fall under the purview of this position. The access to cutting edge electrophysiology, imaging, and genomics expertise within the Neurological Institute will set the foundation for exciting interdisciplinary care and discovery. In addition, this leader will be instrumental in recruitment of top clinician scientists that will be part of the new, state of the art, 1 million square foot, Neurological Institute building, to be completed in 2026.
SAVAHCS - Tucson VA As a Behavioral Health Interdisciplinary Program (BHIP) psychiatrist at the SAVAHCS you will provide outpatient care to Veterans with mental health and substance use disorders as part of an integrated team of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, and clinical pharmacists. Our psychiatrists have an assigned Care Coordinator who triages walk-in patients, answers patient phone calls, and serves as a physician extender as appropriate. Intakes are scheduled for 60 minutes, follow ups are 30 minutes. Our psychiatrists are scheduled for 6 clinical hours per day. Call is limited to 3-4 weeks per year of home call (psychiatry resident is first call) and in-house rounding on the weekend. Weekend days are compensated by having weekdays off. Alternative working conditions, such as telework and compressed tours will be considered. Teaching opportunities with the University of Arizona Medical School are available.
Portland VA Health Care System - Mental Health Medical Director
Portland VA Health Care System The VA Portland Health Care System (VAPORHCS) in Portland, Oregon seeks a board-certified psychiatrist or psychologist to serve as the Mental Health Clinical Director for the Mental Health Division. VAPORHCS is a large quaternary care (1A) facility serving over 95,000 Veterans.
The Clinical Director is an integral part of a Mental Health Leadership team that includes the Nursing and Administrative Directors. Together this triad oversees a division of ~400 employees. Operations include a 21-bed inpatient unit, an ECT/TMS program, 29-bed Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program, and 7 outpatient clinics spread throughout central and northwestern Oregon. The Clinical Director reports directly to the Chief of Staff.
VAPORHCS is a major teaching and research site affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). VAPORHCS hosts ~ 2,000 health professional learners and ranks in the top 10 nationwide among VAs in research grant support, with >170 investigators in basic science, clinical, and health services research and > 1000 active protocols. The MH Division trains over 170 learners from various disciplines and has 16 funded principal investigators receiving over $8 million in yearly funding from the VA, NIH, DOD, and others.
The desired Clinical Director has a strong clinical, administrative, and academic background; and can provide oversight of day-to-day operations, be clinically active, can successfully coordinate a broad continuum of programs (including research and education), and can work well within a senior management team. The incumbent must be committed to professional enrichment, merit promotion, equal employment opportunity, and positive labor relations. An OHSU academic appointment will be commensurate with experience.
Please send CV and cover letter to Steven Dobscha, M.D., (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 31, 2023. Applicants must be US citizens. Relocation/recruitment incentives may be authorized for a highly qualified candidate.
Outpatient Psychiatrist -- University of Arizona (Tucson)
University of Arizona and Banner Health The weather during ACP is an anomaly: It is sunny 360 days of the year in Tucson!
Our Practice: Banner - University Medicine Behavioral Health Clinic provides superior psychiatric and behavioral healthcare for residents of Arizona and surrounding states. Our department of psychiatry strives to achieve four goals: 1) Provide the best care possible to our patients and their families today; 2) Prepare the next generation of resident physicians to provide better care in the future; 3) Produce the advancements in knowledge required to improve our ability to diagnose, treat, and ultimately prevent mental illness, and 4) Engage with diverse stakeholders to assure we are meeting the needs of the communities we treat as we pursue social justice and health equity. Our hospital and clinics combines psychiatric and behavioral health services in one location for both inpatients and outpatients and includes both an emergency department dedicated to handling acute mentally ill patients and the Center for Interventional Psychiatry and Neurotherapeutics which offers ECT, rTMS, esketamine, and IV ketamine. Our behavioral health clinics provide comprehensive outpatient mental health services for adults and children, including consultations, evaluations, and treatments by psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, and supervised trainees.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist -- University of Arizona (Tucson)
University of Arizona College of Medicine and Banner Health It really is sunny 360 days of the year in Tucson!!!
Join our dynamic team in Tucson, AZ! The Department of Psychiatry at the Banner – University Medicine Behavioral Health Clinic is seeking a fellowship-trained Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist to join our dynamic department. The selected individual will be responsible for the clinical care of child and adolescent behavioral patients at the innovative Banner – University Medicine Behavioral Health Clinic in Tucson, Arizona. Clinical responsibilities include outpatient care and shared call coverage (taken from home), and opportunities to participate in Consult/Liaison service. Academic/Research time available based upon interests. With thriving resident and fellowship training programs, an enthusiastic commitment to didactic teaching and educational programming is desired. The qualified candidate will receive a faculty appointment at the University of Arizona consistent with their credentials.
Faculty position at UTHealth Houston
UTHealth Houston We have clinical faculty openings for inpatient psychiatry at our new 264 bed academic psychiatric facility. We also are looking for board certified forensic psychiatrists for our competency restoration units.
Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow
University of Arizona PGY 5 position at the University of Arizona department of Psychiatry one year ACGME accredited training in Geriatric Psychiatry
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
University of Kansas -Wichita Join our growing department and help with our newly accredited child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship in a livable,diverse, accessible small city. Duties are by negotiation with opportunities in inpatient, residential, outpatient, school based mental health and other areas to craft a satisfying career that addresses disparities in care and your own interests. Mentoring in research and scholarly activity is available. BC/BE; H1B visa and public loan forgiveness.
Residency Training Director
VA Boston Healthcare System / Harvard Medical School VA BOSTON IS RECRUITING A PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR THE HARVARD SOUTH SHORE PSYCHIATRY RESIDENCY TRAINING PROGRAM!
VA Boston Healthcare System is seeking candidates with a strong record of academic excellence and leadership experience in graduate medical education to lead our Psychiatry training program and coordinate psychiatry training with our affiliate training programs. The Harvard South Shore Psychiatry Program is a large (32 Residents), ACGME-accredited residency affiliated with the VA/Harvard Medical School Department of Psychiatry and enjoys a rich clinical environment and outstanding faculty dedicated to clinical research and teaching.
VA Boston is a top-ranked tertiary referral academic medical center dually affiliated with Harvard Medical School (HMS) and Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM). VA Boston includes three major medical centers and five community-based clinics serving over 65,000 Veterans annually. We provide the full spectrum of well-integrated and patient-focused inpatient, residential and specialty outpatient services for Veterans. Areas of academic excellence include programs for posttraumatic stress disorders, addictions, serious mental illness, suicide prevention, women’s mental health, and treatment for returning Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan.
The VA Boston Healthcare System is an Affirmative Action / Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Women, under-represented minority candidates, Veterans and their family members are strongly encouraged to apply. The successful candidate must be a US Citizen. This position offers a highly competitive VA salary, a generous leave and benefits package, Educational Debt Reduction Program, and a faculty appointment commensurate with your experience. Please email your letter of interest, CV, and three references to BostonPsychiatryPositions@va.gov Learn about VA Boston Healthcare System at: http://www.boston.va.gov/ Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
T32 postdoctoral fellowship at Mount Sinai in New York city
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai We have 1 slot available for our T32 postdoctoral fellowship program at the Department of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: Training the New Generation of Clinical Neuroscientists (Training-CN), funded by the National Institute of Mental Health.
We are recruiting for 1 postdoctoral position with a start date of July 1, 2023. Appointments will be for 2 years, with an optional 3rd year after competitive review.