Job Opening

Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center has a job opening for a qualified Clinical Psychology physician in Alhambra, CA

Job Details



Flexible Start Time Between 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM 8 Hour Shifts | Alternative Schedule Available Working 9 Hours Monday - Thursday with Every Other Friday Off


Call Schedule:

No Call

Loan Repayment


Salary up to $104,000 Based on Experience


Medical, dental, and vision free of charge to employee (Buy-up options available for dependents)
Life insurance - 1x annual salary
Long term disability
Pension plan - 9% of salary is added to pension with no match or contribution required; voluntary contributions up to 15%
Voluntary benefits include additional life insurance, critical illness insurance, short term disability, legal & ID theft services
12 days sick time
Vacation time- first year 1 week; first year-seventh year 3 weeks, eighth year-fourteenth year 4 weeks; fifteenth year-twentieth year 5 weeks; twenty first year+ 6 weeks
4 days PTO
13 Holidays
Annual merit increases of 5%
Parking pass paid by ELARC
Practice Type: Employee

Setting: Outpatient

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Additional Info:

Ph.D. in Psychology
3 years of professional experience serving persons with developmental disabilities required.
License as clinical psychologists
Spanish or Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese) speaking highly preferred
Must be able to see all ages; patient population is 3 years and up

Will provide consultative services to consumers, families, and staff regarding psychological and behavioral services and issues.
Will participate in program evaluation and planning; coordinates the provision of psychological services by contract and vendor providers; reviews records pertaining to applicant's or consumer's psychological history.
Integrates psychological information from all sources to assist in determining applicant's eligibility for services; provides consultation to staff in developing and maintaining plans for consumer care and recommends appropriate community programs and resources.

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