Join a team of dedicated professionals with Catholic Charities Family Counseling and Guidance Clinic located in Danvers.
We are seeking a Fee-for Service (10 hours per month) Child Psychiatrist or Nurse Practitioner.
Professional responsibilities include meeting with children and adolescents for psychiatric evaluations; treatment planning and prescribing and managing medication in a clinical office environment.
The Nurse Practitioner is required to adhere to all DEA and FDA regulations regarding prescriptions of medications and will maintain and keep current all professional licenses.
Qualifications include a Psychiatrist, Nurse Practitioner or Medical Doctor with appropriate residency training to practice child and adolescent psychiatry or psychiatric nursing.
Board certification preferred.
A current valid DEA license.
A medical license in good standing with the Massachusetts Board of Registration.
Two to three years of prior experience performing evaluations, treatment planning and prescribing to children and adolescents.
Must be able to sit for extended periods of time.
Excellent typing and computer skills.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Keen attention to detail.
At Catholic Charities we are committed to the wellbeing of our clients and employees.
We are a fully licensed mental health clinic serving individuals seeking treatment without regard to age, race, religion, gender, ethnic background, or sexual orientation.
Please send your resume and letter of interest
Please reference job # 8034
We are an equal opportunity employer
No phone calls please
Internal Number: 8034
About Catholic Charities of Boston
As one of the largest providers of social services in Massachusetts, Catholic Charities responds to the needs of the poor and working poor, provides supportive services to children and families, and assists refugees and immigrants as they become active participants in their communities. We offer approximately 140 programs and services in 40 locations across Eastern Massachusetts, which allows us to help nearly 200,000 people each year. This work accomplishes our mission of building a just and compassionate society rooted in the dignity of all people.