Community Jobs

Chief Medical Officer

UT Health San Antonio, TX

The Department of Psychiatry in the Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio is seeking a Psychiatrist to serve as the Chief Medical Officer of the Center for Health Care Services (CHCS). The CHCS is the Local Mental Health Authority of Bexar County, Texas. CHCS’s mission is to improve the lives of people living with mental health disorders, substance use challenges and intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing the resources and support necessary to help them on their road to recovery. More information about CHCS is available at

The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at CHSC has oversight of all licensed clinical services provided throughout the organization and is responsible for effective and efficient leadership of provider performance. This position is accountable to the CEO for developing and implementing CHCS medical services strategies and, in conjunction with divisional VPs, establishing and implementing strategies and performance standards, monitoring and applying continuous improvement processes to achieve expected high quality medical outcomes while appropriately managing compliance and risk. This position also provides high level oversight for all waivers, grants and collaborative efforts involving more than one division and creates and maintains relationships with other academic and community based organizations on a local, state and national level. A full list of duties and responsibilities will be provided on request.

The individual will be a member of the faculty of the Department of Psychiatry at UT Health San Antonio and serve on a full time basis of CMO of CHCS under a contract between CHCS and UT Health San Antonio.

Applicants should have substantial medical administrative experience as well as expertise in the treatment of the serious mentally ill. Applicants must be eligible to obtain a Texas medical license and Board Certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. In addition, candidates must be eligible for clinical privileges with the University Health System and the Center for Health Care Services under the appropriate staff category and must agree to abide by those privileges as outlined by the current bylaws of the institution. Applications will be accepted until suitable qualified candidates are found.

Interested individuals should upload their curriculum vitae electronically via the UT Health candidate portal at

Adult Community Psychiatrist

Rochester, MN

Mayo Clinic’s Department of Psychiatry and Psychology in collaboration with Olmsted County Social Services in Rochester, Minnesota, is seeking an outstanding psychiatrist to join our Adult Psychiatry outpatient practice team. In this unique collaboration with Olmsted County Social Services, this clinical position involves the provision of psychiatric services for the Assertive Community Treatment Team, Rapid Access Clinic, and a proposed future Crisis Evaluation Service. The position requires extensive collaboration with established county programs and multidisciplinary care providers. As a full member of the Mayo Clinic Department of Psychiatry and Psychology, inpatient rotations and outpatient clinical services at Mayo Clinic Rochester will be an important part of the clinical experiences. This position includes a faculty appointment in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science with opportunities to supervise and mentor students and residents and to conduct and participate in research activities relevant to community psychiatry.

Qualified candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Eligible for licensure in the state of Minnesota
  • Board-certified/board- eligible through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Psychiatry
  • Experience in community psychiatry practice is welcomed but not required

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Outpatient Psychiatrist- Audubon Clinic


We are looking for a part time (20 hours/week) outpatient psychiatrist for the Audubon Clinic.

The Audubon Clinic is an outpatient clinic in Northern Manhattan that is part of the Washington Heights Community Service at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. Our mission is to provide culturally sensitive, recovery-oriented, evidence based treatment of the highest quality to all of our patients. Patients' diagnoses include primarily psychotic, mood and anxiety disorders. Psychiatrists follow patients in both an outpatient and day treatment program and we provide services to people regardless of their ability to pay. Both individual and group treatment is available, treatment is provided in a team setting and all patients have case managers. There are opportunities for teaching and supervising Columbia medical students and Columbia psychiatry residents, academic projects, and a faculty appointment at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University. The clinic is open on weekdays and closed on evenings and weekends. The service includes a 21 bed inpatient unit at NYSPI, where clinic patients are generally hospitalized when in need of inpatient treatment, which greatly facilitates coordination of care. Recovery based services are a priority, with encouragement for innovative approaches to care. Many of the patients are Spanish speaking and Spanish language proficiency is desirable. The psychiatrist will be employed by the New York State Office of Mental Health and as such, entitled to generous New York State union and retirement benefits. Salaries are competitive. The psychiatrist can apply for student loan repayment through the National Health Service Corps loan repayment program (we are a NHSC approved site), an OMH psychiatrist loan repayment program to repay qualified educational loans up to $150,000 in exchange for a five year service commitment to OMH or the Doctors Across New York loan repayment program. The psychiatrist can apply for student loan repayment through New York State and (we are a NHSC approved site) and/or Doctors Across New York loan repayment program.

Read more about our clinic and our great outcomes on WHCS!

For more information, please contact, Jean-Marie Bradford, MD at or 646-774-5120


Jean-Marie Bradford, MD

Director, Washington Heights Community Service

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University Medical Center

New York State Psychiatric Institute