Exciting Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Opportunities!
Applicants are eligible for a hiring bonus $$$, plus an additional $50,000 in student loan reimbursement!
About the Organization:
Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Services (CABHS) provides person centered mental health services to children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 18 who have a serious emotional disturbance and whose needs may exceed the resource capacities of their families and local communities. Children and adolescents from throughout the state are referred by county social services, corrections, private hospitals, parents, treatment facilities, schools, and third party payers. Willmar is prepared to treat young people with highly complex diagnostic and treatment needs. The average length of stay is in the range of 25 to 45 days at the 16 bed facility. We have excellent support staff and a collegial working environment.
About the Opportunity:
We have a great opportunity for a highly motivated and talented Psychiatrist to lead a group of dedicated staff committed to delivering exceptional mental health care to a complex pediatric population. Our multidisciplinary employees bring a wealth of education and experience to the task of mental health service; their efforts are invaluable to the ongoing mission of the organization. Be part of a team that works continually to improve and excel in the mental health care field!
Willmar is surrounded by a multitude of recreational lakes, recreational trails and provides a growing housing and job market. Willmar has been dubbed the 19th most livable metropolitan city in the Nation of Life in America’s Small - Cities category and made Demographics “dream town” list. It offers the metropolitan conveniences while maintaining a small – town feel. The Willmar Lakes Area is located 90 miles west of the Twin Cities on Highway 12.
The State of Minnesota offers excellent employee benefits, such as a hiring incentives, student loan reimbursement program and relocation reimbursement. We believe and practice work- life balance! Other benefits would include:
Health and dental insurance
11 paid holidays per year
Health care saving plan
Affordable dependent care
Pension and retirement saving plan
Board eligible or board certified Psychiatrist
An unrestricted State of Minnesota medical license - or willingness to apply for a State of Minnesota medical license
About MN Deparement of Human Services - Direct Care and Treatment Division
Department of Human Services operates an array of residential and treatment programs serving people with mental illness, developmental disabilities and chemical dependency. Currently, about 3,500 employees provide these services at nearly 200 sites statewide (PDF). Admission to these programs is by referral. Referrals generally come from county social services, the courts or other health care providers. About 11,000 people receive direct care services from the department each year.
This information is intended to help patients and their families learn more about the following programs:
Adult mental health services, Child and adolescent services, Chemical dependency treatment services, Community dental clinics, Community, residential and vocational services for individuals with developmental disabilities and/or mental illnesses and Forensic services.