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Columbia University Instructor/Assistant Professor (Clinical) in New York, New York

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Job Requisition Number 0000812

Field(s) of Specialization Adult Psychiatry - CHP

Position Title Instructor/Assistant Professor (Clinical)

Department PSY Psychiatry

Division Psychiatry

Location

Summary Description

Full time positions are available for outpatient psychiatrists to work within NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital outpatient clinic settings. 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 of working in a community oriented Adult Outpatient setting within the Comprehensive HIV Program at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Join a dynamic interdisciplinary team including psychiatry, psychiatric nurse practitioner, HIV primary care providers and social workers providing integrated mental health treatment. Working in the collaborative care model, psychiatrists will partner with social workers and primary care providers to deliver mental health services. An integrated approach will also enable psychiatrists to provide psychopharmacology to patients individually. The population served includes individuals with HIV, co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders. Community based care involves the ability to connect with patients throughout the hospital spectrum of care from inpatient, emergency department, and outpatient and community settings. This is a rich training environment with opportunities to teach Columbia medical students, residents, and social work trainees.

Assistant Professor or Instructor Level requirements: Assistant professor requires board certification in psychiatry and 2-3 years post-residency clinical experience. Instructor level requires graduation from a psychiatric residency program.

Opportunities for professional development in an academic medical center include Direct patient care, team leader, teaching Columbia medical students and psychiatry residents; Bilingual English/Spanish preferred but not essential. Applicants must have a NYS license and DEA certificate. Columbia University is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer.

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

Minimum Degree Required

Minimum Educational Requirements: MD or DO from accredited institution New York State License Active DEA License ABPN Board Certification (for graduating residents/fellows, Board certification within 6 months of start date is acceptable.

Minimum Qualifications

Assistant Professor or Instructor Level requirements: Assistant professor requires board certification in psychiatry and 2-3 years post-residency clinical experience. Instructor level requires graduation from a psychiatric residency program. Applicants must have a NYS license and DEA certificate.

Preferred Qualifications

Bilingual English/Spanish preferred but not essential. 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

Additional Information

RAPS posting date 06/14/2019

Search Closing Date

Special Instructions to the Applicant

Proposed Start Date

EEO Statement

Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer —Race/Gender/Disability/Veteran.

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  • Curriculum Vitae

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