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Associate Program Director of the Adult Residency Program

The University of Texas at Austin

Position Description

The Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin, in conjunction with the Seton Healthcare Family, is seeking an exceptional leader to serve as Associate Program Director of the Adult Residency Program in the Department of Psychiatry. The Associate Program Director, under the direction of the Program Director, will play an integral role in helping the Department build a nationally-recognized training model for innovative, valued-based mental health care delivery and illness prevention with an emphasis on vulnerable persons and those suffering health disparities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

§ Overseeing the development of academic career training paths (scholarly, research or clinical-educator) with the adult psychiatry residency training program.

§ Working closely with the Program Director, Educational Council, Associate Chair for Education to develop original programming for all learning experiences including, but not limited to, curriculum, rotations, supervision and mentoring for the residency program.

§ Preparing for and participating in both internal and external evaluation reviews of the residency program and responding to any concerns or deficiencies that arise.

§ Completing semi-annual reviews of residents, as directed by the Program Director, including review of resident evaluations and overall progress in training.

§ Designing and regularly reporting metrics related to the performance of educational training programs for the purposes of ongoing tracking and performance improvement

§ Participating in resident recruitment efforts and working with the program director, coordinator and chief residents to plan and implement educational and program events throughout the academic year.

These duties are not expected to be full-time, so the candidate will also support 50% of him/herself through clinical or extramurally funded research with the clinical effort at either consult/liaison services, ED or outpatient clinic.


Required qualifications:

§ Medical degree from an accredited medical school with board certification in Psychiatry.

§ Substantial record of leadership and achievement in academic medicine

§ Significant experience with educational and training programs in Psychiatry

§ Eligible for appointment as Assistant, Associate or Full Professor.

§ Eligible for credentialing and privileging by the Seton Healthcare Family

§ Will possess valid Texas Medical License and state and/or federal license for administration of narcotics.

Preferred qualifications:

§ Experience with value-based care delivery and integrated practice models

§ Knowledge of educational psychology and application of adult learning theory in the development of curricula and instructional design

Specific Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

§ Effective professional management skills, including the ability to plan, organize and schedule work with a focus on key priorities and deadlines

§ Excellent communication skills

§ Ability to build and lead high-performing teams, providing clear direction and guidance

§ Sound judgement in decision-making

§ Flexibility and adaptability to change

Application Instructions

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

The University of Texas at Austin, as an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, or veteran status in employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions.

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Chief Medical Officer – Community Healthlink

Worcester, MA

UMass Memorial Health Care’s Department of Psychiatry and its Community Healthlink (CHL) member institution is looking for a chief medical officer to help lead the largest provider of mental health services in Central Massachusetts.  The position involves supervision of a large group of professionals and participation in the executive team’s strategic, program and organizational development efforts.  The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated commitment and passion for community psychiatry and an interest in a leadership role in advocating and promoting the wellbeing of traditionally underserved populations. 

CHL has a long tradition of bringing excellent mental health and substance use disorder services to our city and region, from its inception as a community mental health agency to its current role as a key member organization at UMMHC. Its 1300 employees serve over 22,000 individuals each year and its programs assist patients across the life span. Medical staff are faculty members of the UMass Department of Psychiatry and employees of the medical group practice—they are vital contributors to the department’s missions of training, research, and clinical excellence.  We believe this position will be a terrific opportunity for individuals committed to serving their community through the provision of high quality psychiatric care as part of mission driven team.

To learn more about our Community Healthlink locations, please visit our website

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae addressed to:

Alan P. Brown, MD

Vice Chairman of UMMS Department of Psychiatry for BH Integration and Population Health

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Family Medicine and Community Health

c/o: Jessica Saintelus, Physician Recruiter

As the leading employer in the Worcester area, we seek talent and ideas from individuals of varied backgrounds and viewpoints.

Associate/Assistant Professor

Associate Program Director of the Behavioral Health Initiative-

Geisigner Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSOM) is searching for a candidate who meets criteria for either assistant or associate professor in the field of psychiatry. The candidate should possess a medical degree (M.D., D.O., M.B.B.S. or equivalent), have ACGME approved residencey training and be board certified in psychiatry. This position is responsible for providing supervision of psychiatry residents in a clinical setting and other clinical and/or community activities. The exact distribution of effort will be dependent on the interest, experience and education of the candidate.

The individual will work closely with the Associate Dean and Executive Director of the Behavioral Health Initiative (BHI) as the Associate Program Director of the Behavioral Health Initiative. The BHI is a unique collaboration between GCSOM and North Eastern PA community (NEPA) to develop and implement clinical, educational and research programs that will improve the quality of behavioral healthcare in NEPA. The BHI is a central pillar of the medical school making GCSOM truly unique among all US medical schools. A candidate with a strong community psychiatry background is a plus along with demonstrated scholarly work and interest in system improvement, population health, education and training, and research collaboration. Added qualifications in Addictions, Child, Forensics, Community, Consultation-Liaison will be of added benefit to candidates. The GCSOM and the larger Geisinger Health System are nationally regarded as innovation hubs closely aligned with its communities. There are strong programs in genomics, population health, healthcare delivery, quality improvement, and training and education. The integration of behavioral health into physical health is a priority. The successful candidate must have a record of excellence in working with medical students, residents, and interdisciplinary colleagues.

This position is required to conduct business in a professional and cordial manner that will uphold the integrity and reputation of GCSOM. This position maintains a thorough working knowledge of and adheres to the policies, regulations, and procedures of GCSOM.


The Assistant/Associate Professor is responsible for the following essential functions/responsibilities:

1. The candidate will spend the equivalent of 2 days, or 4 half-days (40%), per week supervising/ mentoring Wright Center/Geisinger psychiatric residents and medical students as core faculty at the Wright Center or other sites where such residents and students rotate.The Wright Center’s programs and unique initiatives will allow residents to care for our underserved populations while learning to navigate different clinical practices, team dynamics and multiple electronic medical record systems. In this environment, the multidisciplinary approach and diverse faculty will help prepare residents for the complex healthcare landscape and developthe candidates skills as a physician leader. The Wright Center provides a strong resident experience with a solid cohort of future psychiatrists.

2. The candidate will have responsibilities involving the Behavioral Health Initiative as well as potential research partnership in the Resilience Initiative. Other research may be clinical, the scholarship of education, and/or other appropriate research directions.

3. Provide direct teaching, instruction, supervision and facilitation for medical students and residents.

4. Maintain professional growth and development through seminars, trainings, workshops, current literature, and professional affiliations regarding trends and practices in teaching small group, team-based, and case-based learning.

5. Perform other duties as assigned by Chair of Medical Education Department (DME) and/or Vice Chair of Medical Education Department (DME).

6. Attends and prepares materials for Clerkship Education Days for that specialty. Participates in and designs orientation to the clerkships and procedural workshops.


  • Candidates should be trained in an ACGME-approved residency in psychiatry. Boarded in Psychiatry Fellowship training in a psychiatric subspecialty would be preferred, particularly if it were it in the field of addiction, geriatrics, neuropsychiatry, child, forensics or community psychiatry.

  • The incoming candidate will have graduated from an ACGME-approved residency with excellent letters of reference.

  • Candidates with post-graduate experience in academic health systems with a demonstrated record of scholarly activity will be preferred. Scholarly activity through teaching and education, clinical and/or basic research, academic-quality publications, and research are examples of preferred activities. Post-graduate leadership positions will be highly desired.

For more information please contact:

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Program Psychiatrist – Dallas, Texas

Child and Family Guidance Center (CFGC) currently has a permanent contract position open on the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team. The ACT Psychiatrist's primary purpose is to provide comprehensive community support and treatment program for adults with serious and persistent mental illness who have not responded to traditional modes of treatment. Will work closely with a multi-disciplinary team, and function as a team leader and clinical supervisor. Position is for 16 – 24 hours per week.


    • Board certification in Psychiatry or board eligibility

    • Valid license to practice medicine in Texas

    • MD/DO from an accredited medical college & completion of residency program in psychiatry

    • ACT experience preferred


Dallas, Texas (Oak Cliff area)


Established in 1896, Child & Family Guidance Center (CFGC) is a registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation. The agency is the oldest child guidance center in Texas and 2nd oldest in the nation. Serving over 10,000 individuals a year, this includes over 6,000 children. CFGC is dedicated to providing services to adults and children experiencing mental illness. We offer a wide array of all encompassing services including: Clinical Assessment, Psychiatric Evaluation, Case Management, Medication Management, Individualized Counseling Services, Family Counseling Services, Rehabilitation Services, Parenting Classes, Social Studies, & Divorce Education.


To apply or get more information contact: Todd Wright at twright@childrenandfamilies.orgor (817) 271-4495

Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist - NYC

New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center (NYPCC) is a leading non-profit organization in New York that has been caring for the community for over 40 years. We are founded on the belief that everyone, no matter age, race or socioeconomic status, is entitled to the best possible mental health treatment. Comprising of a network of seven treatment facilities within Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx, we assist children, families, and individuals with behavioral and emotional challenges in becoming more productive, independent members of society.

What we offer:

  • Excellent Salary & Bonuses

  • Amazing Culture

  • Flexible Schedule

  • Opportunity to give back to the community

  • Job Stability and Growth Opportunities (40 Years in the industry)

We are currently seeking warm and empathetic Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists to join our growing Clinical Team. Our centers are located at 2857 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn (East New York), 102 Pilling St., Brooklyn (Bushwick), and 579 Courtlandt Ave., Bronx (South Bronx).


  • Responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders of recipients under his/her care

  • Provide medication therapy and medication education as required

  • Participate in the development of, and is a signatory of treatment plans

  • Conduct mental status examinations

  • Review and approves discharge plan


  • Graduate of a medical school approved by the New York State Education Department

  • Completion of approved residency in Psychiatry

  • Licensed to practice medicine in New York State

  • Certified or eligible to be certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

  • New York State License to practice medicine, in good standing

  • Bilingual English/Spanish speaking a plus

  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to work collaboratively with other disciplines, including clinical and clerical staff

  • Excellent assessment, diagnostic and psychopharmacological treatment skills

  • Strong clinical skills working with individuals with mental illness, including both individual and group psychotherapy

  • Strong dedication to workplace mentorship, education and team-based care

Compensation commensurate with experience and qualifications. Benefits are available for full-time positions including Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Salary Increases, Bonuses, 403b Retirement Plan and more. In addition, our licensed professionals have free access to our online Continuing Education Courses. Perkins and other loan forgiveness may also be available, in addition to our Student Loan Pay Down incentive.

New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center is a fast-paced, energetic, dynamic environment that employs people with a passion for our mission. We offer a very competitive salary and flexible hours.

NYPCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

For more information or to apply, please contact Delilah Nossa, Human Resources Manager, at or 917-485-4077.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Program Psychiatrists - NYC


CMHS currently has 4 permanent positions open for various Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Programs. The ACT Psychiatrist's primary purpose is to provide comprehensive community support and treatment program for adults with serious and persistent mental illness who have not responded to traditional modes of treatment. Will work closely with a multi-disciplinary team, and function as a team leader/ clinical supervisor.


  • Board certification in Psychiatry or board eligibility

  • Valid license to practice medicine in New York State

  • MD/DO from an accredited medical college & completion of residency program in psychiatry


Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan and Queens (positions open in all the 4 locations)


One of the largest not-for-profit home & community based healthcare organizations in United States. They have over 125 years legacy of serving the needs of New Yorkers, promoting health and well-being of patients and their families by providing high-quality, compassionate care in their homes and communities.

Since 1986, their division of Community Mental Health Services (CMHS) has provided mental health care to people in New York City who suffer from mental illness and substance abuse disorders. CMHS is built on the tradition of leadership in public health and community outreach, while utilizing three key elements of community mental health outreach:

  • Outreach: Services are usually provided at home or in the community

  • Multidisciplinary teams: Social Workers, Social Work Assistants, Peer Specialists, Psychiatric Nurses, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, and Psychiatrists

  • Biopsychosocial model: All services are clinically oriented and based on assessment of each client’s multi-system needs

Today CMHS:

  • Is one of the largest mental health care providers in the United States devoted primarily to providing care in home or wherever we may find the person in need of services

  • Operates 25 mental health programs providing care to approximately 15,000 clients annually

  • Programs include assertive community treatment teams (ACT), mobile crisis teams, children’s mental health services, health homes, substance use case management, geriatric mental health case management, and others

  • With a mission to provide consistent, coordinated health care to communities that is high quality and cost effective, the programs include teams that provide direct psychiatric care to clients, and CMHS Psychiatrists are critically important to this mission.

Excellent salary and comprehensive benefits package includes:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance

  • Work life balance with paid time offs /holidays/paid vacation /sick leave

  • Retirement Plan/Disability/Retirement saving plan

  • Tuition reimbursement

  • Flexible schedule with 3-4 days working week

  • Steady patient flow with maximum case load of 68 clients/month

  • Active academic/research centric work environment

*Our client is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply or get more information contact: Smriti Kangovi on or

(929) 274-2354.