Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Department of Psychiatry
Psychiatrist Job Opening at Columbia University Medical Center
Position Title(s): Instructor and Assistant Professor level positions in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC)
Job Description: Full time positions are available for outpatient psychiatrists to work within ColumbiaDoctors outpatient faculty practice. This is a vibrant and growing group practice with opportunities for peer supervision and collaboration in an academic medical center setting.
Clinical work will consist mostly of providing comprehensive psychiatric evaluations and treatments for general psychiatry. Psychiatrists focus on 30-minute visits geared towards med management, but there are opportunities for combined therapy cases as well. The setting requires flexibility, consultative skills, and action collaboration with other providers and team members. Relevant experience includes providing diagnostic psychiatric evaluations and psychopharmacologic and short-term psychotherapeutic treatments for a wide range of psychiatric diagnoses. Working collaboratively in an interdisciplinary team with strong interpersonal and communication skills is important.
Specialty experience in the following are a bonus, but not required: - Treatment-resistant depression - ECT/ketamine - Women’s mental health - Substance use disorders/addiction - X-number to prescribe buprenorphine - Clozapine - LGBT mental health - Child psychiatry - CBT/DBT skills
See our website for more information about our department: www.columbiapsychiatry.org.
To learn more about our clinical services, see our patient care website: www.columbia.doctors.org/psychiatry.
CU is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer.
Internal Number: 7168
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