Psychiatrist

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation San Diego , CA 92140

Posted 3 months ago

Overview

The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is the world's leading organization singularly dedicated to combating addiction to alcohol and drugs with a full continuum of services.

Over the course of a year, we:

  • Serve over 15,000 patients annually through treatment centers in Minnesota, California, Illinois, Oregon, New York, and Florida

  • Educate over 600 professionals through our accredited Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies, Professionals in Residence program and Summer Institute for Medical Students.

  • Provide publishing books and materials for over 32,000 publishing customers

  • Provide prevention services to over 50,000 students across the United States and the world

One of our key strategic objectives is people - our employees are essential in the process of propelling our organization forward to meet the challenges and opportunities ahead. Are you ready to excel in these challenges and opportunities? Do you possess the qualities below? Join Our Team!

What are we looking for?

  • Individuals with a Client, Customer, and/or Stakeholder Focus

  • Results-oriented attitude

  • Interpersonal Skills and Teamwork

  • Courage and Commitment

  • Adaptability and Learning Agility

What do we offer?

  • Competitive Benefits (health, dental, vision, etc)

  • Paid Time-Off

  • Training Opportunities

  • Retirement Savings Plan with Employer Match

  • Tuition Reimbursement

Diverse individuals encouraged to apply.Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities

Responsibilities

As a psychiatrist at Hazelden Betty Ford, you would join a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who assess and treat patients who suffer from chemical dependency and mental disorder, and participate in enhancing mental health care delivery in a multidisciplinary, Twelve-Step based treatment environment.

Psychiatrists at Hazelden also help educate staff on best practices in the management of co-occurring disorders.

Our psychiatrist would also undertake duties as medical director of our facility, including being a presence in staffing, assessing, and treatment planning cases.

Hazelden Betty Ford Psychiatrists work collaboratively with others to ensure the best possible holistic treatment for our patients.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications:

  • Current active state MD/DO license

  • Board certified or board eligible in psychiatry

  • Competence in addiction treatment

  • Previous experience in addiction treatment, including Twelve Step approaches

  • Two years freedom from chemical use problems

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