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Psychiatrist in Brooklyn, New York at The Jewish Board

Date Posted: 11/24/2018

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Job Description

Looking for Psychiatrist:  Adults to work 8 hours per week or a NPPwho is available for 10 hours a week in Coney Island.

The Jewish Board delivers innovative, best-in-class mental and behavioral health services to over 45,000 New Yorkers each year.  We are unique in serving everyone from infants and their families, to children, teens, and adults. That adds up to countless opportunities to use your skills, training, and compassion to make a difference in the lives of others.  

The Jewish Board is one of New York’s best-managed nonprofits. In 2016, The Jewish Board won the annual Nonprofit Excellence Awards, sponsored by the New York Community Trust. This independent endorsement means that when you come to work at The Jewish Board, you know you’re coming to work at a well-managed, financially stable organization that’s been helping New Yorkers reach their potential for over 140 years.

We’re always looking for talented people of all cultures, religions, races, and gender expressions – so that our staff is a direct reflection of the people we serve.

As a Psychiatrist, you would be responsible for:

  • Providing psychiatric services which includes the following: provision of a full behavioral health (including health) assessment; diagnosis; treatment recommendations; treatment planning; treatment; and follow up planning.

  • Participating in shared decision making with the client, the clincal team and the staff of the homeless shelter (and other community providers)

  • Welcoming and inspiring care is provided in collaboration with clients using a recovery-based lens and is person-centered, trauma-informed, culturally competent, outcomes driven.

To qualify, you will need:

  • A Medical degree with a license to practice psychiatry in the State of New York is required.

  • A current DEA registration for prescribing controlled substances.

  • NYS OPRA status and a Health Commerce Account at the onset of employment.

  • Specialization with specific populations (such as child/adolescent) or settings and language competency for the population served may also be required.

What are you waiting for? It’s time for you to be working with the Jewish Board.