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Clinical Behavioral Health Provider

Organization: Willow Midwife Center for Birth and Wellness

Post until: August 22, 2021

Subject to change. Job descriptions are reviewed annually for accuracy during employee review process.

Position: Clinical Behavioral Health Provider

Reports to: Director of Operations

Status: Part time or full time

Estimated Weekly Hours: 20 hours minimum

Benfits Eligible: No

Location: In Office/Birth Center

Website: https://willowbirthcenteraz.com/

About Willow AZ:

Willow Midwife Center for Birth & Wellness AZ is a freestanding birth center in Mesa, owned and run by Certified Nurse-Midwives. Willow was founded in 2016 to offer evidence-based, person-centered, comprehensive, individualized care for women including maternity care, labor & birth services, and wellness care. We have an additional office in central Phoenix. In 2017, with the help of Dr. Cara English, we were able to integrate behavioral health services for our clients, to fill a gap in mental health services for mothers who experience perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, as well as their spouses, partners, families, and children.

We are a human-centered organization. This means that we value each person that we serve and hold our staff in high regard, as humans and as family members who are balancing many life responsibilities including work. That said, we have a strong commitment to the work that we do and hold ourselves highly accountable to doing what we’ve said we’ll do for our patients, partners, and one another. All team members share input and recommendations, and are expected to do their best so that we can provide the best help to our patients possible. Information is openly accessible and issues are processed and resolved within regular operational meetings. Our work environment is drama-free.

Job Summary, Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Willow AZ seeks independently licensed psychologists, counselors, and social workers specializing in maternal mental health. Willow’s Team is dedicated to offering treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, marital/relational difficulties, and identity/role adjustment disorders in pregnant and postpartum women, and their partners/spouses. Referrals to appropriate care are also given for their children, and family caregivers. Mental health screening, assessment, and treatment services are provided either in person at an integrated, free-standing birth center as part of the perinatal medical team or via telehealth appointments. In exchange for a two-year commitment at Willow AZ (full or part time), we will cover the cost of attendance at the Postpartum Support International 2-day training in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. Must have experience in valid, evidence-based treatment methodologies for perinatal women and their partners/spouses, be empaneled with major insurance companies or eligible, and have a passion for treating and advocating for mothers and their families.

Required Skills:

● Independently licensed (preferred) or licensed associate level mental health provider (Doctor of Behavioral Health, psychologist, counselor, social worker, or MFT)

● Minimum of 3 years experience as a behavioral health provider in a community or medical setting. Experience in integrated care settings is preferred

● Knowledge and understanding of population health challenges for perinatal women and families, including mental health challenges and co-occurring health challenges, fertility, pregnancy & infant loss, and paternal postnatal depression

● Completion of Postpartum Support International 2-day Training in PMADs prior to serving patients (this can be completed after date of hire if necessary)

● Knowledge of complementary community resources and referrals

● Experience in CPT and ICD-10 coding for mental health, and electronic medical record documentation using a SOAP note

● Professional and friendly interpersonal skills

● Strong commitment to drama-free work environment and multidisciplinary team functioning

● PResponsible protection and use of confidential information

● Ability to manage multiple tasks and triage urgency

● Strong written and verbal skills, quick response to communication from owners, colleagues, and other providers

Education & Work Authorization Requirements:

● Counselor/Social Work Minimum: Completed master’s degree in a behavioral health field and licensed at or above associate level by Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners

● Doctor of Behavioral Health Minimum: Completed master’s degree and licensed (independently or at associate level) in behavioral health field by Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners and one year minimum completed in a DBH degree program

● Psychologist Minimum: Completed doctoral degree in psychology (Ph.D or Psy.D) and independently licensed by Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners

● Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States

Technical Specifications:

● Providers must bring own device. Minimum device specs: iOS device (iPad or laptop) or Chromebook/laptop and smartphone (iPhone or Android).

● Required use of provided cloud-based electronic health record for charting and billing

● Must be proficient in use of Microsoft Word and Excel, including Google Drive applications and cloud-based storage, email, and messaging

Compensation: $60-$75 per visit to start, based on qualifications and experience with an increase after 90 days with demonstrated success and fit to Willow culture/team.

Only qualified candidates will be considered. Applicants to provide proof of authorization to work in US, licensure, and CV indicating education and experience for past five years. Letters of reference encouraged.

Please send resume to: info@willowbirthcenteraz.com

(LMSW) Licensed Master Social Worker

Organization: Lighthouse Health

Post until: August 15, 2021

Job Title: (LMSW) Licensed Master Social Worker (70/30 Split)

Company: Lighthouse Health

Job Location: Arizona

Remote work allowed: Yes

Pay: (70/30 Split)

Job Type: Full-time, Part-time

Job Description:

Lighthouse Health is proudly client-oriented and is striving towards bringing full or part-time Mental Health Professionals on board to bring assistance and treatment options to those in need of help in a number of locations which otherwise might not have the best access. Our practice is actively expanding in Massachusetts, Michigan, Arizona, and Hawaii. We utilize in person and telehealth to work in high population areas while utilizing our employee numbers to assist rural and remote locations to access services at a higher rate.

Benefits: Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, Retirement plan IRA 3% matching. 70-30 split.

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, provide psychological assessment and diagnosis, of individuals, group,and family therapy, case management services, referral, and follow-up to acute, chronic, or moderately disturbed mentally ill clients and/or patients and consultation. We have availability for many focus areas. General counseling is a primary target during the first year in-state. Though we work with practitioners based on their area of expertise and market to fill their caseload.

Responsibilities:

● We work with your preferred specialty areas: (such as, evaluations, therapy, demographics,) as we incorporate your workload into our team

● Perform therapy through preferred specialty areas to patients and/or perform comprehensive evaluations which include an evaluation of emotional, behavioral, and mental status, current psychological or physical symptoms, and functioning, as well as reviewing other relevant health histories.

● Develop psychotherapeutic treatment plans based on evidence-based standards of care and practice guidelines, (which may include but not limited to: making appropriate referrals, monitoring responses, documenting appropriately, and managing follow-up appointments.)

● Review relevant literature, synthesize evidence-based materials, and translate complex behavioral health concepts.

● Licensed Master Social Workers should be comfortable working both independently and alongside other team members and should be able to conduct case management and other administrative tasks as needed (which may include but not limited to: Providing timely and accurate charting of clinical encounters through our Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR). Accurately coding clinical encounters with CPT and diagnosis codes.)

● Actively seek to secure additional social and healthcare services for patients through state and federal programs like Medicaid, Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and through community-based organizations.

Experience and Skills:

● Candidates must have a minimum of a masters degree and should be licensed or license-eligible in the state they are applying for, any other state licenses can be kept active and utilized via telehealth if desired. The credentialing process may take some time so we do ask that you stay at your current job until we are ready to take you onto our team.

● 3 or more years of experience.

● Able to work independently with full caseload. We can work with practitioners who have some current caseload, and help develop patient load.

● Strongly developed interpersonal skills, including being able to relate to their patients needs and troubles in order to help them through their crises.

● Empathy to identify with patients’ experiences to help them understand what is causing them to feel a certain way.

● Show the highest levels of trustworthiness to keep information confidential, as patients will tell the counselors their most private thoughts and secrets.

● Professional communication skills and to have the ability to know when to talk and when to listen to create a safe environment for the patients.

● Must be authorized to work in the United States.

For additional information about our company, visit us at: https://lighthousehealth.wixsite.com/home Or email us at lighthousehealthhr@gmail.com

(LCSW) Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Organization: Lighthouse Health

Post until: August 15, 2021

Job Title: (LCSW) Licensed Clinical Social Worker (70/30 Split)

Company: Lighthouse Health

Job Location: Arizona

Remote work allowed: Yes

Pay: (70/30 Split)

Job Type: Full-time, Part-time

Job Description:

Lighthouse Health is proudly client-oriented and is striving towards bringing full or part-time Mental Health Professionals on board to bring assistance and treatment options to those in need of help in a number of locations which otherwise might not have the best access. Our practice is actively expanding in Massachusetts, Michigan, Arizona, and Hawaii. We utilize in person and telehealth to work in high population areas while utilizing our employee numbers to assist rural and remote locations to access services at a higher rate.

Benefits: Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, Retirement plan IRA 3% matching. 70-30 split.

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, provide psychological assessment and diagnosis, of individuals, group,and family therapy, case management services, referral, and follow-up to acute, chronic, or moderately disturbed mentally ill clients and/or patients and consultation. We have availability for many focus areas. General counseling is a primary target during the first year in-state. Though we work with practitioners based on their area of expertise and market to fill their caseload.

Responsibilities:

● We work with your preferred specialty areas: (such as, evaluations, therapy, demographics,) as we incorporate your workload into our team

● Perform therapy through preferred specialty areas to patients and/or perform comprehensive evaluations which include an evaluation of emotional, behavioral, and mental status, current psychological or physical symptoms, and functioning, as well as reviewing other relevant health histories.

● Develop psychotherapeutic treatment plans based on evidence-based standards of care and practice guidelines, (which may include but not limited to: making appropriate referrals, monitoring responses, documenting appropriately, and managing follow-up appointments.)

● Review relevant literature, synthesize evidence-based materials, and translate complex behavioral health concepts.

● Licensed Clinical Social Workers should be comfortable working both independently and alongside other team members and should be able to conduct case management and other administrative tasks as needed (which may include but not limited to: Providing timely and accurate charting of clinical encounters through our Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR). Accurately coding clinical encounters with CPT and diagnosis codes.)

● Actively seek to secure additional social and healthcare services for patients through state and federal programs like Medicaid, Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and through community-based organizations.

Experience and Skills:

● Candidates must have a minimum of a masters degree and should be licensed or license-eligible in the state they are applying for, any other state licenses can be kept active and utilized via telehealth if desired. The credentialing process may take some time so we do ask that you stay at your current job until we are ready to take you onto our team.

● 3 or more years of experience.

● Able to work independently with full caseload. We can work with practitioners who have some current caseload, and help develop patient load.

● Strongly developed interpersonal skills, including being able to relate to their patients needs and troubles in order to help them through their crises.

● Empathy to identify with patients’ experiences to help them understand what is causing them to feel a certain way.

● Show the highest levels of trustworthiness to keep information confidential, as patients will tell the counselors their most private thoughts and secrets.

● Professional communication skills and to have the ability to know when to talk and when to listen to create a safe environment for the patients.

● Must be authorized to work in the United States.

For additional information about our company, visit us at: https://lighthousehealth.wixsite.com/home Or email us at lighthousehealthhr@gmail.com

((LMHC) Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Organization: Lighthouse Health

Post until: August 15, 2021

Job Title: (LPC) Licensed Professional Counselor (70/30 Split)

Company: Lighthouse Health

Job Location: Arizona

Remote work allowed: Yes

Pay: (70/30 Split)

Job Type: Full-time, Part-time

Job Description:

Lighthouse Health is proudly client-oriented and is striving towards bringing full or part-time Mental Health Professionals on board to bring assistance and treatment options to those in need of help in a number of locations which otherwise might not have the best access. Our practice is actively expanding in Massachusetts, Michigan, Arizona, and Hawaii. We utilize in person and telehealth to work in high population areas while utilizing our employee numbers to assist rural and remote locations to access services at a higher rate.

Benefits: Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, Retirement plan IRA 3% matching. 70-30 split.

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, provide psychological assessment and diagnosis, of individuals, group,and family therapy, case management services, referral, and follow-up to acute, chronic, or moderately disturbed mentally ill clients and/or patients and consultation. We have availability for many focus areas. General counseling is a primary target during the first year in-state. Though we work with practitioners based on their area of expertise and market to fill their caseload.

Responsibilities:

● We work with your preferred specialty areas: (such as, evaluations, therapy, demographics,) as we incorporate your workload into our team

● Perform therapy through preferred specialty areas to patients and/or perform comprehensive evaluations which include an evaluation of emotional, behavioral, and mental status, current psychological or physical symptoms, and functioning, as well as reviewing other relevant health histories.

● Develop psychotherapeutic treatment plans based on evidence-based standards of care and practice guidelines, (which may include but not limited to: making appropriate referrals, monitoring responses, documenting appropriately, and managing follow-up appointments.)

● Review relevant literature, synthesize evidence-based materials, and translate complex behavioral health concepts.

● Licensed Mental Health Counselors should be comfortable working both independently and alongside other team members and should be able to conduct case management and other administrative tasks as needed (which may include but not limited to: Providing timely and accurate charting of clinical encounters through our Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR). Accurately coding clinical encounters with CPT and diagnosis codes.)

Experience and Skills:

● Candidates must have a minimum of a masters degree and should be licensed or license-eligible in the state they are applying for, any other state licenses can be kept active and utilized via telehealth if desired. The credentialing process may take some time so we do ask that you stay at your current job until we are ready to take you onto our team.

● 3 or more years of experience.

● Able to work independently with full caseload. We can work with practitioners who have some current caseload, and help develop patient load.

● Strongly developed interpersonal skills, including being able to relate to their patients needs and troubles in order to help them through their crises.

● Empathy to identify with patients’ experiences to help them understand what is causing them to feel a certain way.

● Show the highest levels of trustworthiness to keep information confidential, as patients will tell the counselors their most private thoughts and secrets.

● Professional communication skills and to have the ability to know when to talk and when to listen to create a safe environment for the patients.

● Must be authorized to work in the United States.

For additional information about our company, visit us at: https://lighthousehealth.wixsite.com/home Or email us at lighthousehealthhr@gmail.com

(LPC) Licensed Professional Counselor

Organization: Lighthouse Health

Post until: August 15, 2021

Job Title: (LPC) Licensed Professional Counselor (70/30 Split)

Company: Lighthouse Health

Job Location: Arizona

Remote work allowed: Yes

Pay: (70/30 Split)

Job Type: Full-time, Part-time

Job Description:

Lighthouse Health is proudly client-oriented and is striving towards bringing full or part-time Mental Health Professionals on board to bring assistance and treatment options to those in need of help in a number of locations which otherwise might not have the best access. Our practice is actively expanding in Massachusetts, Michigan, Arizona, and Hawaii. We utilize in person and telehealth to work in high population areas while utilizing our employee numbers to assist rural and remote locations to access services at a higher rate.

Benefits: Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, Retirement plan IRA 3% matching. 70-30 split.

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, provide psychological assessment and diagnosis, of individuals, group, and family therapy, case management services, referral, and follow-up to acute, chronic, or moderately disturbed mentally ill clients and/or patients and consultation. We have availability for many focus areas. General counseling is a primary target during the first year in-state. Though we work with practitioners based on their area of expertise and market to fill their caseload.

Responsibilities:

● We work with your preferred specialty areas: (such as, evaluations, therapy, demographics,) as we incorporate your workload into our team

● Perform therapy through preferred specialty areas to patients and/or perform comprehensive evaluations which include an evaluation of emotional, behavioral, and mental status, current psychological or physical symptoms, and functioning, as well as reviewing other relevant health histories.

● Develop psychotherapeutic treatment plans based on evidence-based standards of care and practice guidelines, (which may include but not limited to: making appropriate referrals, monitoring responses, documenting appropriately, and managing follow-up appointments.)

● Review relevant literature, synthesize evidence-based materials, and translate complex behavioral health concepts.

● Licensed Professional Counselors should be comfortable working both independently and alongside other team members and should be able to conduct case management and other administrative tasks as needed (which may include but not limited to: Providing timely and accurate charting of clinical encounters through our Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR). Accurately coding clinical encounters with CPT and diagnosis codes.)

Experience and Skills:

● Candidates must have a minimum of a masters degree and should be licensed or license-eligible in the state they are applying for, any other state licenses can be kept active and utilized via telehealth if desired. The credentialing process may take some time so we do ask that you stay at your current job until we are ready to take you onto our team.

● 3 or more years of experience.

● Able to work independently with full caseload. We can work with practitioners who have some current caseload, and help develop patient load.

● Strongly developed interpersonal skills, including being able to relate to their patients needs and troubles in order to help them through their crises.

● Empathy to identify with patients’ experiences to help them understand what is causing them to feel a certain way.

● Show the highest levels of trustworthiness to keep information confidential, as patients will tell the counselors their most private thoughts and secrets.

● Professional communication skills and to have the ability to know when to talk and when to listen to create a safe environment for the patients.

● Must be authorized to work in the United States.

For additional information about our company, visit us at: https://lighthousehealth.wixsite.com/home Or email us at lighthousehealthhr@gmail.com

Psychiatrist

Organization: Lighthouse Health

Post until: August 15, 2021

Job Title: Psychiatrist (70/30 Split)

Company: Lighthouse Health

Job Location: Arizona

Remote work allowed: Yes

Pay: (70/30 Split)

Job Type: Full-time, Part-time

Job Description:

Lighthouse Health is proudly client-oriented and is striving towards bringing full or part-time Mental Health Professionals on board to bring assistance and treatment options to those in need of help in a number of locations which otherwise might not have the best access. Our practice is actively expanding in Massachusetts, Michigan, Arizona, and Hawaii. We utilize in person and telehealth to work in high population areas while utilizing our employee numbers to assist rural and remote locations to access services at a higher rate.

Benefits: Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, Retirement plan IRA 3% matching. 70-30 split.

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, provide psychological assessment and diagnosis, of individuals, group, and family therapy, case management services, referral, and follow-up to acute, chronic, or moderately disturbed mentally ill clients and/or patients and consultation. We have availability for many focus areas. General counseling is a primary target during the first year in-state. Though we work with practitioners based on their area of expertise and market to fill their caseload.

Responsibilities:

● We work with your preferred specialty areas: (such as, evaluations, therapy, demographics,) as we incorporate your workload into our team

● Perform therapy through preferred specialty areas to patients and/or perform comprehensive evaluations which include an evaluation of emotional, behavioral, and mental status, current psychological or physical symptoms, and functioning, as well as reviewing other relevant health histories.

● Develop treatment plans based on evidence-based standards of care and practice guidelines, (which may include but not limited to: making appropriate referrals, monitoring responses, documenting appropriately, and managing follow-up appointments.)

● Review relevant literature, synthesize evidence-based materials, and translate complex behavioral health concepts.

● Psychiatrists should be comfortable working both independently and alongside other team members and should be able to conduct case management and other administrative tasks as needed (which may include but not limited to: Providing timely and accurate charting of clinical encounters through our Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR). Accurately coding clinical encounters with CPT and diagnosis codes.)

Experience and Skills:

● Candidates must have a minimum of a masters degree and should be licensed or license-eligible in the state they are applying for, any other state licenses can be kept active and utilized via telehealth if desired. The credentialing process may take some time so we do ask that you stay at your current job until we are ready to take you onto our team.

● 3 or more years of experience.

● Able to work independently with full caseload. We can work with practitioners who have some current caseload, and help develop patient load.

● Strongly developed interpersonal skills, including being able to relate to their patients needs and troubles in order to help them through their crises.

● Empathy to identify with patients’ experiences to help them understand what is causing them to feel a certain way.

● Show the highest levels of trustworthiness to keep information confidential, as patients will tell the counselors their most private thoughts and secrets.

● Professional communication skills and to have the ability to know when to talk and when to listen to create a safe environment for the patients.

● Must be authorized to work in the United States.

For additional information about our company, visit us at: https://lighthousehealth.wixsite.com/home Or email us at lighthousehealthhr@gmail.com

(LP) Licensed Psychologist

Organization: Lighthouse Health

Post until: August 15, 2021

(LP) Job Title: Licensed Psychologist (70/30 Split)

Company: Lighthouse Health

Job Location: Arizona

Remote work allowed: Yes

Pay: (70/30 Split)

Job Type: Full-time, Part-time

Job Description:

Lighthouse Health is proudly client-oriented and is striving towards bringing full or part-time Mental Health Professionals on board to bring assistance and treatment options to those in need of help in a number of locations which otherwise might not have the best access. Our practice is actively expanding in Massachusetts, Michigan, Arizona, and Hawaii. We utilize in person and telehealth to work in high population areas while utilizing our employee numbers to assist rural and remote locations to access services at a higher rate.

Benefits: Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, Retirement plan IRA 3% matching. 70-30 split.

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, provide psychological assessment and diagnosis, of individuals, group, and family therapy, case management services, referral, and follow-up to acute, chronic, or moderately disturbed mentally ill clients and/or patients and consultation. We have availability for many focus areas. General counseling is a primary target during the first year in-state. Though we work with practitioners based on their area of expertise and market to fill their caseload.

Responsibilities:

● We work with your preferred specialty areas: (such as, evaluations, therapy, demographics,) as we incorporate your workload into our team

● Perform therapy through preferred specialty areas to patients and/or perform comprehensive evaluations which include an evaluation of emotional, behavioral, and mental status, current psychological or physical symptoms, and functioning, as well as reviewing other relevant health histories.

● Develop treatment plans based on evidence-based standards of care and practice guidelines, (which may include but not limited to: making appropriate referrals, monitoring responses, documenting appropriately, and managing follow-up appointments.)

● Review relevant literature, synthesize evidence-based materials, and translate complex behavioral health concepts.

● Psychologists should be comfortable working both independently and alongside other team members and should be able to conduct case management and other administrative tasks as needed (which may include but not limited to: Providing timely and accurate charting of clinical encounters through our Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR). Accurately coding clinical encounters with CPT and diagnosis codes.)

Experience and Skills:

● Candidates must have a minimum of a masters degree and should be licensed or license-eligible in the state they are applying for, any other state licenses can be kept active and utilized via telehealth if desired. The credentialing process may take some time so we do ask that you stay at your current job until we are ready to take you onto our team.

● 3 or more years of experience.

● Able to work independently with full caseload. We can work with practitioners who have some current caseload, and help develop patient load.

● Strongly developed interpersonal skills, including being able to relate to their patients needs and troubles in order to help them through their crises.

● Empathy to identify with patients’ experiences to help them understand what is causing them to feel a certain way.

● Show the highest levels of trustworthiness to keep information confidential, as patients will tell the counselors their most private thoughts and secrets.

● Professional communication skills and to have the ability to know when to talk and when to listen to create a safe environment for the patients.

● Must be authorized to work in the United States.

For additional information about our company, visit us at: https://lighthousehealth.wixsite.com/home

Bilingual Clinical Psychologist

Organization: University of New Mexico

Post until: August 12, 2021

University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Job Title: Bilingual Clinical Psychologist – Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Description:

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center is accepting applications for an academic faculty bilingual clinical child psychologist, suitable for appointment at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank. The assignment will be through the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. The position will include clinical, training, and scholarly activities. The principal location of practice will be in our acute inpatient care facility, although opportunities for work in outpatient clinics also exist.

More specifically, roles and responsibilities of this position will be as follows. In the realm of clinical care, this individual will provide direct care to patients in our inpatient setting, to include but not be limited to: provision of psychological testing; directly working with clinically diverse and complex patients and their families; serving as psychologist on interdisciplinary treatment teams to provide consultation services during rounds or other clinical venues; and actively participating in the further enhancement and implementation of the Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT) Informed Inpatient Model, currently under development. With regard to learners, this individual will actively participate in UNM’s APA-approved Psychology Internship Program by providing supervision and didactic seminars to Psychology Interns. Additionally, this individual will support the training of Child Psychiatry Fellows, Social Work Interns, and Counselor Interns in collaboration with their primary supervisors. Scholarly activities also are available, particularly fidelity, outcome, and efficacy studies. The position offers a multi-cultural clinical care experience, an opportunity for interdisciplinary scholarly activities and research opportunities as well as the potential for leadership and administrative development in a large University Health Sciences Center. Albuquerque is New Mexico’s largest city and is located in the heart of the Rio Grande Valley with stunning natural beauty. We are eager to put together the right package for an individual with a passion for child, adolescent and transitional age psychology and an interest in joining a team of talented, caring and committed faculty members. Salary and academic rank are commensurate with experience and academic background.

Application process:

For complete details about this position and to apply, access the posting directly at: https://unm.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/18/home/requisition/13897?c=unm

A complete application will include a cover letter addressing each of the minimum and preferred qualifications and describing the applicant’s accomplishments and future goals; a current CV; and the names, addresses and contact information for three professional references.

This position will remain open until filled. A selection committee will invite the most promising applicants for interviews.

For Additional Information Contact:

V. Ann Waldorf, PhD

Vice Chair for Behavioral Sciences

vwaldorf@salud.unm.edu

UNM’s confidentiality policy (“Disclosure of Information about Candidates for Employment,” UNM Board of Regents’ Policy 6.7) which includes information about public disclosure of documents submitted by applicants, is located at https://policy.unm.edu/regents-policies/section-6/6-7.html The University of New Mexico is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer/Educator.

Clinical Child Psychologist

Organization: University of New Mexico

Post until: August 12, 2021

University of New Mexico School of Medicine

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Job Title: Clinical Child Psychologist, Open Rank

Description:

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center is eager to put together the right package for an individual with a passion for clinical child psychology and academics, coupled with an interest in joining a team of talented,caring and dedicated faculty members. Applications are being accepted for an academic faculty clinical child psychologist, suitable for appointment at the Assistant, Associate, or full Professor rank. A position is currently available in the Child and Adolescent Division outpatient service. Research involvement is possible for applicants with the appropriate background. This position includes both clinical and academic opportunities.

As a member of our supportive and collegial department, the person selected will have opportunities for multi-cultural clinical care with an emphasis on the treatment of marginalized populations. Scholarly activities are available, including collaboration with colleagues across the health sciences campus and in rural communities across the state. There is potential for professional development in leadership and administration within the UNM Health Sciences Center. Educational activities include teaching and administration of seminars,mentoring and supervision of trainees in our APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Internship Program, well as medical students, residents, fellows, trainees in related disciplines, and participation in educational committees. Salary and academic rank are commensurate with experience and academic background. Known for its natural beauty and temperate climate, Albuquerque is New Mexico’s largest city and sits at the base of the Sandia Mountains on the edge of the Rio Grande Valley. With its rich multicultural history, active arts community, and proximity to Santa Fe and Taos, Albuquerque is home to the University of New Mexico, Kirtland Air Force Base, Sandia National Laboratories, Intel and the Isotopes.

Applicant Qualifications:

A demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and student success, as well as working with broadly diverse communities.

This position will remain open until filled. A selection committee will invite the most promising applicants for interviews.

Application process:

For complete details about this position and to apply, access the posting directly on UNM Jobs at https://unm.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/18/home/requisition/15822?c=unm

A complete application will include a cover letter addressing each of the minimum and preferred qualifications; a current CV; and the names, addresses and contact information for three professional references.

For Additional Information Contact:

V. Ann Waldorf, PhD

Vice Chair for Behavioral Sciences

vwaldorf@salud.unm.edu

UNM’s confidentiality policy (“Disclosure of Information about Candidates for Employment,” UNM Board of Regents’ Policy 6.7) includes information about public disclosure of documents submitted by applicants and is located at https://policy.unm.edu/regents-policies/section-6/6-7.html The University of New Mexico is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer/Educator.

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