Jewish Family and Children’s Service, (JFCS) has been a major contributor in behavioral health within the Phoenix metropolitan for more than eighty years. A non-profit organization JFCS is dedicated to strengthening the community it serves by providing quality and compassionate behavioral health social services.
JFCS touches the lives of approximately 50,000 annually and our behavioral health outreach includes programs for counseling, mental health assessment and treatment, early childhood trauma and assessment and treatment, children’s intervention and rehabilitation services, support for victims of domestic violence, substance abuse, workforce readiness and high school equivalency exams for teens in foster care. JFCS has a dynamic employee population of 700 spread throughout five main facilities.
We are currently searching for a behavioral health board certified Psychiatrist for our West Valley Behavioral Health Clinic, located at 1840 N. 95th Avenue, Suite 146, Phoenix, AZ 85037. We have been extremely successful because of the compassionate care rendered by our medical and behavioral health staff who have it their life’s mission to serve those in need. Our organization is supported by generous donors and volunteers who believe in giving back to our great community financially and through personal time. Our goal is to ensure future success for every individual we serve. JFCS is in the business of healing lives and our work environment is laced with positive and “can do” energy as we collaborate together as a team to accomplish our service goals.
The Pyschiatrist will be responsible for providing care to clients/patients via direct services and by providing clinical leadership and consultation to the multi-disciplinary treatment team. Participates in determining the clinical program and services needed. Is directly responsible to and supervised by the Medical Director for all clinical issues and to the Clinical Director for all administrative issues.
We invite you to submit your resume through the JFCS website at www.jfcsaz.org
Completion of Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy (MD/DO) from an accredited school. Completion of a residency in Psychiatry from an approved program. Must be Board Certified or eligible by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Hold a current and valid license to practice medicine in the State of Arizona. Provide evidence of medical malpractice insurance. Maintain current D.E.A. Registration. Child/Adolescent Psychiatrists to have completed a 2-year fellowship.