Director of Substance Use Treatment


Division

Healthcare - Providers/Locum Tenens

Location

Brooklyn, New York

Employment Type

Permanent



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Director of Substance Use Treatment Services within Psychiatry needed for a top academic hospital in Brooklyn. Employed position with competitive compensation plan and benefits (health, dental, vision, disability), retirement plan, expenses for license/dues/CME, generous PTO plan, paid medical malpractice including tail coverage.


Compensation : $310000 - $320000
Job ID : 24431

Job Function:

  • Help create a new substance use treatment division within the framework of a well-established psychiatry department  
  • Expect 50% administrative, 50% clinical
  • Currently have two addiction-psychiatry trained physicians and social workers with addiction training to assist from the start
  • Goal to apply for integrative license to add substance abuse programming to the current clinic
  • Looking for someone to come in and work collaboratively with the Vice Chairs of Outpatient and Acute Care services to develop all policies and procedures related to this new endeavor
  • Expect largely outpatient services to start, with opportunity to build out inpatient or CPEP components of the role
  • Large residency program, need an educator willing to work with multiple disciplines
  • Procedures - suboxone, injectable naltrexone, vivitrol (NO Methadone)


Job Requirements:

  • Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship Required

    NYS license, DEA and Board Certification required

 

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