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Staff Psychiatrist, Correctional & Rehabilitative Services (Safety)

Department Name: California Correctional Health Care ServicesRegion: Bay AreaTime Base/FT/PT: Part TimeClosing Date/FFD: Until Filled
Staff Psychiatrist
$122,064 - $146,670 (Board Certified)
$118,932 - $142,536 (Board Eligible)
Are you a dedicated psychiatrist with an interest in correctional and/or forensic psychiatry? Would you like to join a truly collaborative multidisciplinary health care team? A career with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation offers the opportunity to practice alongside other like-minded professionals well-versed in the intricate psychiatric and medical interplay necessary to treat our diverse patient population. Here, you will see and develop treatment plans for cases you wont encounter in any other practice. Plus, with our strong Behavioral Support Teams assistance, youll be able to devote your time to practicing and honing advanced pharmacological skills.
We currently have opportunities at Salinas Valley State Prison, located in Monterey Countys Soledad. Youll have access to all of the activities, history, and cultural events of Monterey, Big Sur, and Carmel-by-the-Sea. Plus, with the positive work/life balance youll find with CCHCS, youll be able to enjoy them!
In return for your efforts, we offer:
40-hour workweek with flexible schedules
Generous paid time off and holiday schedule
State of California pension that vests in five years
401(k) and 457(b) options tax defer up to $35k per year!
Paid insurance, license, and DEA renewal
Visa sponsorship opportunities
CME annual stipend of $1,000 with paid time off to attend
$10,000 Thank You Bonus to professionals newly hired with the
State of California
Take the first step in joining this outstanding multi-disciplinary team and contact LaTreese Phillips, at 916.691.4818 or by email at LaTreese.Phillips@cdcr.ca.gov.
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