Confidential

Confidential Charlotte, NC, USA
Jul 17, 2018
Full time
Job Description Our client is looking to fill an open position. The Career Counselor help people with job-related issues, such as finding work and setting career goals. They take a person's education level, work history, personality, interests and skills into account and suggest careers that match his or her background and abilities. Duties include: They will examine client records, conduct interviews and adminster tests to gather information that assists them in helping clients choose careers. Career counselors will help people develop career plans, teach people job search techniques and inform people about the labor market. They also keep records of their clients' job applications, cover letters and resumes. Assisting the clients to take decisions about their career and helping them in the job search process. Help clients enhance their job search skills and preparing them for the interviews and meetings. Skill Requirement: A good approachable personality coupled with impeccable communication skills. He/She must also be a patient listener with great analytical ability. He/She must be able to understand the needs of the client and provide the required moral support to the client to make the right career choice. Resumes will be reviewed and initial interviews will be set up. Company Description Equal Opportunity Employer
Confidential Bronx, NY, USA
Jul 14, 2018
Full time
Job Description A psychiatrist helps patients by evaluating medical and psychosocial conditions; developing and implementing treatment plans, including prescription of psychotropic medications; monitoring and evaluating treatment results as well as utilizing other alternatives to medication. We are seeking a psychiatrist to join our expanding care team located in the Bronx, NY and provide patients with high-quality treatment and diagnostic services. The ideal candidate is an intuitive healthcare professional whose diagnostic abilities are only matched by their concern for their patients. What You'll Do Evaluates patients by interviewing patient, family, and other persons; conducting physical examinations; observing behaviors; reviewing medical history and related documents; selecting, administering, and interpreting psychological tests; ordering laboratory tests and evaluating results. Develops treatment plans by determining nature and extent of cognitive, emotional, developmental, social, and behavioral disorders; establishing treatment goals and methodologies. Treats patients by utilizing psychotherapeutic methods and medications; discussing progress toward goals with patients; providing instructions; monitoring effect of medications; supervising staff provision of services. Maintains interdisciplinary treatment by reviewing treatment plans and progress; consulting and collaborating with primary care physicians, mental health therapists, nurses, and other health care providers. Develops and runs group therapy sessions for the needed areas of focus for the practice and the community. Assists with marketing and growing the practice and working with other physicians in the community. Assures quality and safe service for patients and staff by enforcing policies, procedures, standards, rules, Joint Commission for Accreditation of Health Care Organizations requirements, and legal regulations; participating in utilization reviews; remaining available for emergency consultations. Improves staff competence by providing training and discussions regarding the interrelationship between psychosocial and physiological problems, psychotropic medications, crisis intervention, and related issues. Maintains historical records by documenting symptoms, medications, and treatment events; writing summaries. Updates job knowledge by participating in continuing medical educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations. Enhances department and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. Skills/Qualifications: Documentation Skills, Analyzing Information, Decision Making, Listening, Verbal Communication, Patient Services, Mental Health, Psychiatry, Building Relationships, Discretion, Bedside Manner What You'll Have A Medical degree with a license to practice psychiatry in the State of New York is required. Candidate must have completed a residency in General Psychiatry and be board certified (or board eligible with a plan for certification). Experience with Adult and geriatric populations Bilingual Spanish/English Minimum 2-year outpatient facility experience