Job Information

Organization: Seneca County

Posting Start: 2024-02-13

Location: Waterloo, NY

Job Title: Psychiatrist

Posting End: 2038-02-28

A Brief Job Description:

LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM: Seneca County participates in the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment
Program for Mental/Behavioral Health Providers. Clinicians may earn up to $50,000 in loan repayment for a two-year
service commitment. Please visit for additional information.
VACANCIES: Applications will be accepted continuously with tests being scheduled by the Seneca County Personnel Office. Names
of eligibles will be inserted, according to their final rating, on such list from time to time as applicants are tested and found qualified on
the examinations held at such intervals. Eligibility is limited to a one-year period. This eligible list will be used to fill vacancies as they
occur in Seneca County.
RESIDENCY: Seneca County’s residency requirement of residency in Seneca County or contiguous county for 30 days has
been waived for this position. Candidates must be legal residents of New York State at time of application.
Preference in appointment may be given to successful candidates who have been legal residents of the municipality in which
appointment is to be made for at least one month prior to the date of application and are residents of such municipality at the
time of appointment.
SALARY: Determined by Seneca County Board of Supervisors
(A) Possession of a current valid license or temporary permit to practice medicine issued by the New York State Education
Department; AND
(B) Satisfactory completion of a training program in psychiatry approved by the American Board of Psychiatry and
Neurology; AND
(C) Three years of formal or supervised training in an in-patient or out-patient mental health program; AND
(D) One additional year of clinical experience.
 Renders psychiatric diagnostic, prescribing and ongoing medication management services for patients, utilizing the
contributions of a multi-disciplinary team;
 May be required to provide after-hours emergency psychiatric services;
 Participates in individual therapy;
 May provide referral information to alternate placement facilities;
 May participate in in-service training of various trainees and non-professionals;
 May provide medical/legal examinations and appear as an expert witness in court proceedings;
 Reviews and approves client treatment plans as needed;
 May be required to provide services at sites other than main clinic.

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Contact Information:

Richard Miller