Job Opening

East Cliff Family Health Center has a job opening for a qualified Clinical Psychology physician in Santa Cruz, CA

Job Details

Full Time

Hours:

32 Hours per Week | 8 AM - 5 PM | Flexible

Employed

New Graduates

Languages Required:

Spanish

Call Schedule:

No Call

Loan Repayment

Compensation:


$51,417 - $77,829/Year for FT Employee
Based on Experience and Licensure
Bilingual Pay Differential


Benefits:

Loan Repayment Through NHSC (HPSA Scores: 18 Primary Care, 21 Mental Health, 25 Dental) and the State
PTO 15 Days with Annual Increases After 1st Year, for 40 Hour/Week Employees
9 Paid Holidays plus Birthday Holiday
401k with 2% Employer Match
Health Insurance with Employer Contribution
Employer Paid Dental, Vision, Life, and AD&D
Employee Assistance Program
FSA
Domestic Partner Health Benefits
CME is Negotiable, Depending on Licensure
Wellness Membership Reimbursement
Employee Referral Program
Hardship Loan Program
Optional Benefits Include: Pet Insurance, Additional Life Insurance, Accident and Critical Illness Insurance
Practice Type: Employee

Setting: Community Health / Outpatient

Accepts:
J1 Visa
H1B Visa


Requires:
BE
BC


Additional Info:

HealthySteps is an evidence-based, interdisciplinary pediatric primary care program that promotes positive parenting and healthy development for babies and toddlers, with an emphasis on families living in low-income communities.
The entire practice works together to implement the HealthySteps model, with leadership from a Physician Champion and the HealthySteps Specialist who is integrated into the primary care team.
EMR: eClinicalWorks

Qualifications:
Master's degree in psychology, social work, counseling, early childhood education, or related field preferred but not required.
Prefer licensed professional.
Bilingual in English and Spanish required. Bicultural preferred.
Experience and knowledge about early childhood growth and development, parent-child relationships, child health infant mental health, and family systems.
Experience evaluating the growth and development of infants and children under five years of age.

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