Staff Psychiatrists, San Luis Obispo
$244,128 - $293,340 annual salary (Board Certified)
$237,864 - $285,072 annual salary (Board Eligible)
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is seeking proactive, knowledgeable psychiatrists with an interest in correctional and/or forensic psychiatry to join our multidisciplinary teams. With CDCR, you will find like-minded professionals well-versed in the intricate psychiatric and medical interplay necessary to treat our diverse patient population. Here, you will see and develop treatment plans for cases you won’t encounter in any other practice. And with our strong Positive Behavioral Support Team’s assistance, you’ll be able to devote your time to practicing and honing advanced psychopharmacological skills.
California Men’s Colony is a dynamic facility located near the coastal community of San Luis Obispo. Home to Cal Poly, one of California’s premier technical universities, this friendly town has a relaxed culture with charming wineries, a thriving arts scene, and artisanal microbreweries. Here, you’ll have access to a wide variety of outdoor activities, including hiking or biking the Seven Sisters Mountains, sailing along the coast, and golfing on your choice of coastal or lakefront courses.
In return for your efforts, we offer all of the stability, benefits, and work-life balance found in a career with the State of California:
• 40-Hour workweek with flexible schedules
• Generous paid time off
• State of California Pension that vests in five years
• $10,000 Thank You Bonus to professionals newly hired with the State of California
• Paid insurance, license, and DEA renewal
• Visa sponsorship opportunities
• Paid CME with paid time off to attend
Interested in another part of California? With 35 locations, we have one that’s a perfect fit for you – contact us for more information…
Take the first step in joining this outstanding mental health team and contact LaTreese Phillips at: 916-691-4818; or: LaTreese.Phillips@cdcr.ca.gov.
You may also apply online at: www.ChangingPrisonHealthCare.org . EOE.