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State of Hawaii
Department of Health
Child & Adolescent Mental Health Div

Forensic Psychiatrist
(Non-Civil Service Position)

Seeking psychiatrist with evidence based forensic-related mental health experience with adolescents.

Duties: provide direct forensic-related psychiatric services primarily for incarcerated youth at the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facilities and the detention facilities. Psychiatric evaluations; medication evaluation and monitoring; risk assessments; crisis interventions; supervision and training; Clinical leadership; and multi-disciplinary collaboration in a juvenile justice setting are essential.

Requirements: Hawaii licensure, M.D. or D.O, and federal/state controlled substances licenses. Must be able to meet the CAMHD credentialing requirements, prefer 3 – 5 yrs. exp. and must be able to work flexible hours. Child psychiatry residency training required and prefer eligibility or certification in child and adolescent psychiatry, experience and boards in related subspecialties of psychiatry (forensics or addictions). Appropriate substitutions allowed. Salary is commensurate with education and experience.

For program information: Call Rachael Guay at (808) 266-8922.

TO APPLY: Send or fax a cover letter referencing Forensic Psychiatrist; your CV, salary history, and three letters of reference to address/fax number listed below.

Psychiatric Specialist
(Non-Civil Service Position)

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division (CAMHD) of the State of Hawaii, Department of Health has Child Psychiatry openings on the islands of Oahu (Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility and Oahu Family Guidance Center) and Hawaii(Hawaii Family Guidance Center – Hilo, Kona).

The successful applicant for the child and adolescent psychiatry positions will join our multi-disciplinary, mental health teams to provide mental health services for youth and their families in the Hawaii Child and Adolescent Mental Health System of Care. A valid license to drive in the State of Hawaii and the ability to travel to different areas are required as visits to youth(s) in various treatment settings and rural clinics are a responsibility of these positions.

This position requires: Hawaii licensure as a M.D. or D.O. and training in child and adolescent psychiatry. ABPN board eligibility in child and adolescent psychiatry is a must, and board certification is preferred. Federal and state controlled substances licenses are required. Applicants must provide documentation to meet the Department of Health credentialing requirements for employment. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. The successful applicant is expected to meet the requirements for clinical faculty within the Department of Psychiatry of the UH John A. Burns School of Medicine.

For program information: Call John O. Viesselman, M.D., CAMHD Medical Director at (808) 733-9230.

TO APPLY: Send or fax a cover letter referencing “Hawaii FGC Clinical Director” position title; your CV, salary history, and three letters of reference to:

CAMHD Personnel
3627 Kilauea Ave, Room 107
Honolulu, HI 96816 or Fax 733-8492

Closing date: April 30, 2007