Clinical Assistant Professor
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Application Deadline: 02/06/2013
The Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine is seeking a full-time, fixed-term position at the Clinical Assistant Professor level for the role of Staff Psychiatrist for the UNC Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team operating in Wake County. The ACT Team provides comprehensive psychiatric and rehabilitative services to approximately 50 individuals with severe and persistent mental illness as well as co-morbid developmental disabilities or substance use disorders. The psychiatrist will provide clinical leadership to the multidisciplinary ACT Team, and is responsible for clinical oversight and implementation of treatment and interventions. The psychiatrist will conduct psychiatric assessments, manage treatment, medications, and other interventions, and assess physical health needs. The psychiatrist will also provide training and clinical supervision to residents, medical students, and other mental health trainees and collaborate on relevant research projects.
Education Requirements: Applicant must hold an MD. Completion of an approved psychiatric residency program, BC/BE, and a North Carolina medical license is required.
Qualification and Experience:
Experience working with severe mental illness, and/or developmental disabilities in a community setting, ideally with an ACT team. Also, excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required and the applicant must have the ability to work flexibly within a team setting. Must have a valid NC driver’s license.
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