Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark is currently seeking a Per Diem – Staff Psychiatrist for our Providence Place program located in Jersey City, NJ. (Psychiatrist will work 6 hours a week)
Providence Place is a psychiatric community home for females, aged 15-17, referred from the State Children’s System of Care.
- Flexible/May vary – To be discussed with Hiring Manager
The Staff Psychiatrist will perform the following duties:
- Diagnoses disorders, including nature and extent, determines the appropriate course of treatment, and discusses these treatment plans with the child or adolescent, parents, and clinical team
- Prescribes and monitors medication when necessary
- Prepares written evaluations and reports as required
- Acts as an advocate for the best interests of the resident
- Provides crisis consultation and in-service training to staff as needed
- Coordinates care when transfer to or from an inpatient setting is required
- Develops and monitors the Agency’s medical policies and procedures
- Maintains medical and legal responsibility for the overall treatment provided to the residents
- Calls in prescriptions, returns client phone calls, and follows up with referral sources
- Reviews and approves the client's service plan
- Supervise the Nurse-Health Educator
- Medical Doctor degree from an accredited school
- Five years of clinical practice in the field of psychiatry
- NJ Medical Doctor’s License
- Current N.J. Controlled Dangerous Substance Registration
- Current US DEA Controlled Substance Registration
- Board certified child/adolescent psychiatrist
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